[mythtv-users] 2 Backends,
1 backend use the serial port of the other?
myth.meister at gmail.com
Mon Dec 19 11:56:22 EST 2005
Derek is right, a shell script over ssh should do the trick. To allow one
box to talk to the other with a password you need to set up an RSA key
pair. Look here:
Beyond the initial connection your on your own, there may be some scripting
magic needed that is outside my know-how.
On 12/19/05, Derek Battams <derek at battams.ca> wrote:
> Quoting Jason Sharpe <mythtv.list at gmail.com>:
> >> Message: 3
> >> Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2005 00:30:31 -0600
> >> From: Kevin Kuphal < kuphal at dls.net>
> >> Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] 2 Backends, 1 backend use the serial port
> >> of the other?
> >> To: Discussion about mythtv <mythtv-users at mythtv.org >
> >> Message-ID: <43A65387.4010406 at dls.net>
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> >> Jason Sharpe wrote:
> >> > Being a linux newbie I am probly asking a basic question, but with
> >> > PVR-250 in my slave BE is there a way to have my slave BE use the
> >> > serial port on my master BE to blast to control the DishNetwork box?
> Just a quick thought. If you really wanted the master to IR blast for
> the slave then you could setup the channel change script for the slave
> to simply be an ssh /telnet call to the master, which then calls the
> actual channel change script. It's reliability and responsiveness
> could be questioned, but assuming it's a wired ethernet connection
> between the two then I think the call would be reliable. The only draw
> back is that it might be a few extra seconds to change channels.
> Just an idea...
> - Derek
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