[mythtv-users] XBOX Frontend question (actually a debian question!)

Zak onlydarksets at mahshie.net
Tue Aug 30 12:09:14 UTC 2005


Yes - thank you!

David Bennett wrote:

>Perfect! Thank you very much.
>I will try it and get back to everyone and let you know how it went.
>
>I'm also glad to have the explanation of how Debian's init scripts work.
>
>Sincerely,
>david
>
>
>On 8/30/05, chris at cpr.homelinux.net <chris at cpr.homelinux.net> wrote:
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>>On Mon, Aug 29, 2005 at 10:58:48AM -0400, Zak wrote:
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>>
>>>Did you see my last email (attached) about rc.sysinit?
>>>      
>>>
>>Jarod's guide assumes you're using Red Hat.  Debian doesn't use
>>rc.sysinit but instead places scripts in /etc/init.d and uses symbolic
>>links from the /etc/rc?.d directories to control when they are called.
>>The files in /etc/rcS.d are called at boot, and then the rc0.d through
>>rc6.d files are called when entering and leaving various runlevels.
>>Each time there is a level change, the script manager looks in the old
>>runlevel for scripts starting with "K" and compares them with the
>>scripts starting with "S" in the new runlevel.  It then ignores the
>>matching pairs and calls the rest in alphabetical order, passing a
>>"stop" argument to the "K" scripts and a "start" argument to all the "S"
>>scripts.
>>
>>If someone wants to mount MythTV shares when entering runlevel 5 and
>>unmount them in all other runlevels then the
>>/etc/init.d/mount_MythTV_shares script would look like:
>>
>>#/bin/sh
>># mount/unmount MythTV shares
>>PATH=/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin
>>case "$1" in
>>    start)
>>        echo -n "Mounting MythTV shares..."
>>        smbmount {service} {mount-point} [-o options]
>>        echo "done."
>>        ;;
>>    stop)
>>        echo -n "Unmounting MythTV shares..."
>>        umount {mount-point}
>>        echo "done."
>>        ;;
>>    *)
>>        echo "Usage: $0 {start|stop}"
>>        exit 1
>>        ;;
>>esac
>>exit 0
>>
>>(with the appropriate substitutions) and the symbolic links would be:
>>/etc/rc0.d/K10mount_MythTV_shares -> /etc/init.d/mount_MythTV_shares
>>/etc/rc1.d/K10mount_MythTV_shares -> /etc/init.d/mount_MythTV_shares
>>/etc/rc2.d/K10mount_MythTV_shares -> /etc/init.d/mount_MythTV_shares
>>/etc/rc3.d/K10mount_MythTV_shares -> /etc/init.d/mount_MythTV_shares
>>/etc/rc4.d/K10mount_MythTV_shares -> /etc/init.d/mount_MythTV_shares
>>/etc/rc5.d/S90mount_MythTV_shares -> /etc/init.d/mount_MythTV_shares
>>/etc/rc6.d/K10mount_MythTV_shares -> /etc/init.d/mount_MythTV_shares
>>
>>The two-digit numeric value following the S or K is used to sequence the
>>scripts so that dependencies are observed.  You would choose values that
>>ensure that this script would mount the shares after the network was
>>configured but before the Myth front-end was started and unmount the
>>shares only after the Myth front-end had stopped.
>>
>>--
>>A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
>>Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
>>A: Top-posting.
>>Q: What is the most annoying thing on usenet and in e-mail?
>>
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