[mythtv-users] When does nvram-wakeup run?
dowobeha at gmail.com
Mon Nov 22 21:20:08 UTC 2004
> On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 15:28:39 -0600, Lane Schwartz <dowobeha at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm trying (unsuccessfully) to set nvram-wakeup to automatically wake
> > my Myth box up.
> > I can successfully run nvram-wakeup as root from the command line.
> > Doing so will set the BIOS wakeup time, and if I shut down, the box
> > will wake up at the assigned time.
> > Here's the command I use to set wakeup for 10 mins from now:
> > [root at myth root]# nvram-wakeup -s $((`date +%s` + 10 * 60))
> > I can't seem to get Myth to run nvram-wakeup.
> > I have set the values in mythtvsetup as follows:
> > Wakeup time format: time_t
> > Set wakeuptime command: nvram_wakeup -s $time
> > Myth never seems to set the wakeup time. Does anyone know when it
> > should be set? Or better, can anyone share their working configuration
> > settings?
> > Thanks,
> > Lane
On Fri, 19 Nov 2004 07:59:30 +0000, Ashley Bostock <abostock at gmail.com> wrote:
> Idle timeout: mines set at 50 (this is the time myth will wait for
> while doing nothing before it shutsdown)
> Max wait for recording: mines set at 15 (means myth wont shutdown if
> another recording is scheduled within the next 15mins
> Startup before record: mines set at 120 (gives at least
> 2mins to boot up before a recording)
> Wakeup time format:
> Set wakeuptime command:
> sudo /usr/local/bin/nvram-wakeup -s $time
> Server halt command:
> sudo /sbin/shutdown -h 0
> Pre Shutdown check-command:
> exit 0
> Your probably missing the pre shutdown check command.
> nvram-wakeup is run by myth just before it shutsdown the machine.
Well, that works - for half of it. My myth box can now shut itself down.
It still doesn't properly set the wakeup time, which is really odd
since it works when I run nvram-wakeup manually....
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