[mythtv-users] [Fwd: Re: Mythwelcome and ACPI wake up]
fb517255 at skynet.be
fb517255 at skynet.be
Thu Nov 8 20:32:24 UTC 2007
On Thu, 2007-11-08 at 18:18 +0000, Paul Harrison wrote:
> fb517255 at skynet.be wrote:
> > Gents,
> > It's already a long time that I am trying to make a nice mythtv box.
> > Almost everything works correctly except the mythwelcome part.
> > What's happening? When mythtv does a shutdown it writes
> > to /roc/acpi/alarm and my pc wakes up correctly on the desired time.In
> > the start-up of the user I have made mythwelcome start automatically.
> > The strange this is that I don't have the mythwelcome screen but only
> > the mythfrontend which blocks the pc to do a shutdown after the
> > recording. What's going wrong?
> > Can somebody point me in the right direction please.
> > command used for start-up (added in .gnomerc)
> > sleep 10 && mythfrontend -v all > /tmp/mythfrontend.log 2>&1&
> > (log to big to be attached but I don't see anything special i it.)
> You should be starting mythwelcome here or is this a typo? mythwelcome
> will start mythfrontend for you if there are no recordings taking place.
the worst thing is that it isn't a typo, I changed the start-up script
Retested and after an auto start-up I have my gnome session but no
mythwelcome on my screen. The log of mythwelcome is created so it has
in the back-end log I found this line
2007-11-08 21:06:05.394 Recording starts soon, AUTO-Startup assumed
I don't understand.
PS: thanks to everybody for the fast reply.
> > in the logfile mythbacked.log I found something like recordingstarting
> > in less as 15 min so auto start-up assumed.
> > mythwelcome settings:
> > nvram-wakeup command: sudo /usr/binMythWakeTime.sh
> > command to reboot: sudo shutdown -h -r -now
> > command to run to start the frontend: /usr/bin/mythfrontend
> > mythtv-setup settings
> > idle timeout: 300
> > max. wait time fro recording:5
> > Startup before rec:300
> > wakeup time format: yyyy-MM-dd hh:mm:ss
> > Set wakeuptime command: sudo /usr/binMythWakeTime.sh $time
> > server halt command: sudo mythshutdown --shutdown
> > The script /usr/binMythWakeTime.sh is a simple batch that writes its
> > arguments to /proc/acpi/alarm which seems to work as the pc wakes
> > correctly.
> > All help appreciated,
> > Matthews
> Paul H.
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