[mythtv-users] Added a second Tuner
philledwards at gmail.com
Sun Feb 27 21:56:18 UTC 2005
> > > Earlier in the thread you mentioned your mythrestart script, because I
> > > was having trouble with the one from Jarod's guide. Well, I have them
> > > both working now, whichever one I choose to use will stop the frontend
> > > or start it if it is not running.
> > > However, upon startup, two instances of mythfrontend will start up.
> > > This causes all sorts of audio and video problems when I don't realize
> > > that it's happened. Once I shutdown one of the instances, everything
> > > is fine again.
> > >
> > > When I reboot, only one mythfrontend is started. However, I don't know
> > > where it is coming from. I originally fixed this by commenting it out
> > > in my myth-load.sh script, because a few days back I was having
> > > trouble with two instances starting at boot. I think this is
> > > contributing to the problem with the power button script, but since I
> > > can't figure out how mythfrontend is being run, I'm just not sure.
> > >
> > > Any suggestions on where to look? This is making me nutz.
> > >
> > > Garry
> > >
> > perhaps in /etc/rc.d/rc.local ?
> Sorry, I guess I should have mentioned where I HAD looked for it. The
> backend gets started in rc.local, but not the frontend. I've also
> looked in rc.sysinit, no luck there either.
> Is there a backend setting that auto starts the frontend, perhaps in
Possibly in KDE Autostart somewhere, or .xinitrc perhaps?
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