[mythtv-users] global shutdown, wakeup and reboot problem (0.19 svn)
realtega at gmail.com
Fri Sep 22 23:02:31 UTC 2006
I think (as you told me) that mythwelcome should be what I need.
I'm trying to configure it. What should I do to use the wakeup function
after global shutdown?
Now I've set in mythwelcome:
- the nvram command - sudo acpi_wakeup.sh $time (I set /proc/acpi/alarm
because my motherboard doesn't support nvram)
-the reboot command (sudo /sbin/reboot)
- the shutdown command (sudo /sbin/poweroff)
- the frontend coommand (mythfrontend)
In the mythbackend setup I've set:
- wakeup time format yyyy-MM-ddThh:mm
- wakeuptime command (sudo acpi_wakeup.sh $time)
- server halt command (sudo mythshutdown --shutdown)
- pre shutdown command (sudo mythshutdown --check)
The user that run mythbackend, mythfrontend and mythwelcom has full
permission with sudo.
I can poweroff trought mythwelcome with success
The problem is that unfortunately the system doesn't wakeup.
How can I debug mythwelcome to know what command are run? Which command
set the wakeup time and when?
Il giorno ven, 15/09/2006 alle 06.51 +1000, Phill Edwards ha scritto:
> > The prompt never offers to shutdown a machine that's running both a
> > frontend and a backend.
> > Perhaps MythWelcome is what you want? (I don't know because I don't
> > (yet) use it.)
> I started using mythwelcome this week. Before this I was using a
> mish-mash of scripts that I had written which accomplish the same
> thing but not in such an elegant way so I can really recommend
> mythwelcome. It has an option on a pop-up menu to "Shutdown Now" which
> should achieve what you want.
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