[mythtv-users] Kill frontend when TV is turned off.

Craig Van Tassle craig at codestorm.org
Fri Jan 22 04:23:01 UTC 2010

My TV is a 42PG20. Very nice I like it a lot. Only gripe is the build
in speakers can be a bit weak at times. 
On Fri, 22 Jan 2010
14:55:52 +1100 "Martin Ravell" <martin.ravell at rave-tech.com.au> wrote:

> >> My Samsung has a serial "service" port, but I can't find any
> >> information about it in the manual or online.  Where did you get
> >> your details from - or was it documented in the manual already?
> >
> >Yes, the complete protocol was documented in the owners manual. Port
> >config (baud rate, data/parity/stop bits), carriage return hex code,
> >command codes, expected responses...everything. I was incredibly
> >shocked. The only thing I had to figure out was how to setup the
> >software.
> >
> >-- 
> >Ron
> Would you mind telling us the make and model of your TV Ron?
> I'm in the market and that sort of feature is something to consider
> when purchasing.
> Regards
> Marty
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