sgreene820 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 11 21:30:28 UTC 2020
I never got it to work, but I had the extra complication of a secondary
backend. I don't think the published walk through is current and it could
be written better.
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On Fri, Sep 11, 2020 at 3:34 PM Mike Hodson <mystica at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 11, 2020 at 1:18 PM Daryl McDonald <darylangela at gmail.com>
>> I've been following the Wiki to configure automatic shutdown and
>> wakeup with rtc clock, but I can't get this accomplished:
>> 'Then add mythtv and any other uses you wish to the "wheel" group.'
>> There is no Wheel Group, is this even relevant? I'm logging out (because
>> I'm using the "check_login.sh") but the box does not shut down (it passed
>> the previous test in the wiki). I'm using myth v 31 on Ubuntu 20.04
>> combined FE/BE. TIA Daryl
> "wheel" is either an old UNIX or BSD convention that has been in most new
> distributions replaced with the "sudo" group.\
> Not quite sure what your level of familiarity is with *nix, but basically
> 2 lines above that in the wiki it basically reads "do whatever is needed to
> make the mythtv user able to run sudo without a password, perhaps for 1
> command, or everything by using the (theoretically) preexisting group that
> has historically done this (wheel)".
> Hope this helps,
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