Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-12 Thread Simon Baxter
I am making some experiment with Oxine. I did also try Freevo. I find Oxine much lighter and much easier to configure. sp Hi again. I've now resolved my problems compiling oxine - the SF download now works for ver 0.7.1 Question now... How do you do combined LIRC support for VDR within

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-11 Thread Stephan Loescher
Simon Baxter [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi! How do I do this? I've been looking at modifying xinitrc and xinitrc-common to remove the desktop manager, but this seems a bit brutal. I only use X without any desktop. In my runvdr-script I do a startx with this ~/.xinitrc: vdr-sxfe --lirc

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-08 Thread Simon Baxter
I am making some experiment with Oxine. I did also try Freevo. I find Oxine much lighter and much easier to configure. sp I can't get oxine compiled - get stuck at: checking for cdio_open in -lcdio... no configure: error: *** Please install libcdio first! *** [EMAIL PROTECTED] oxine]# rpm

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-08 Thread Ville Skyttä
On Tuesday 08 April 2008, Simon Baxter wrote: checking for cdio_open in -lcdio... no configure: error: *** Please install libcdio first! *** [EMAIL PROTECTED] oxine]# rpm -qa | grep libcdio libcdio-0.78.2-2.fc6 yum install libcdio-devel ___ vdr

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-08 Thread Simon Baxter
On Tuesday 08 April 2008, Simon Baxter wrote: checking for cdio_open in -lcdio... no configure: error: *** Please install libcdio first! *** [EMAIL PROTECTED] oxine]# rpm -qa | grep libcdio libcdio-0.78.2-2.fc6 yum install libcdio-devel Ah idiot error! Now I have a new error against

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-07 Thread syrius . ml
Boguslaw Juza [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi Look at http://freevo.sourceforge.net/ - it is the frontend for home cinema linux PC. It starts Xserver itself, you don't need gdm, gnome etc... I'm using it and Im very glad :). I removed freevo TV config and I set xine for VDR as a external

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-07 Thread Jörg Knitter
Petri Helin wrote: [...] start up a fluxbox session. The fluxbox session runs a start up script which starts vdr-sxfe, which connect to the xineliboutput plugin. [...] One general question: Is vdr-sxfe reliable enough on bad-weather-conditions? I have played around last week with

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-07 Thread Petri Helin
On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 12:22 PM, Jörg Knitter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Petri Helin wrote: [...] start up a fluxbox session. The fluxbox session runs a start up script which starts vdr-sxfe, which connect to the xineliboutput plugin. [...] One general question: Is vdr-sxfe

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-07 Thread serge pecher
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Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-07 Thread syrius . ml
Jörg Knitter [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Petri Helin wrote: [...] start up a fluxbox session. The fluxbox session runs a start up script which starts vdr-sxfe, which connect to the xineliboutput plugin. [...] One general question: Is vdr-sxfe reliable enough on bad-weather-conditions?

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-06 Thread Clemens Kirchgatterer
Simon Baxter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How do I do this? I've been looking at modifying xinitrc and xinitrc-common to remove the desktop manager, but this seems a bit brutal. not at all. this is the way it is supposed to be. i would edit /etc/initd.d/xdm (or whatever it is called on your

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-06 Thread Jean-Claude Repetto
Simon Baxter a écrit : Hi group My VDR box currently starts up like a regular Fedora Core user, auto-logs-in and starts xine - much like I expect most of you do. Hi, I think most VDR users are using a full featured DVB card, so they don't need X. Jean-Claude

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-06 Thread VDR User
On Sun, Apr 6, 2008 at 9:57 AM, Jean-Claude Repetto [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think most VDR users are using a full featured DVB card, so they don't need X. There are very many users who do not use a full featured card! Please don't discourage him from finding answers to his questions!

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-06 Thread syrius . ml
VDR User [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Sun, Apr 6, 2008 at 9:57 AM, Jean-Claude Repetto [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think most VDR users are using a full featured DVB card, so they don't need X. There are very many users who do not use a full featured card! Please don't discourage him from

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-06 Thread Seppo Ingalsuo
Here is something about my HTPC setup, hopefully gives some help or food for thought to set up your system [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: To go back to the subject, gdm and kdm allow you to autologon an user. The next step would be to run vdr from .xsession for ex. For gdm, add these lines to

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-06 Thread Petri Helin
Simon Baxter wrote: Hi group My VDR box currently starts up like a regular Fedora Core user, auto-logs-in and starts xine - much like I expect most of you do. I'm looking for a way to make all the X startup and log in invisible to the user. This is where my knowledge of X and gnome

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-06 Thread Steffen Barszus
Seppo Ingalsuo schrieb: Here is something about my HTPC setup, hopefully gives some help or food for thought to set up your system [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: To go back to the subject, gdm and kdm allow you to autologon an user. The next step would be to run vdr from .xsession for ex.

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-06 Thread Diego Pierotto
Simon Baxter ha scritto: Hi group My VDR box currently starts up like a regular Fedora Core user, auto-logs-in and starts xine - much like I expect most of you do. I'm looking for a way to make all the X startup and log in invisible to the user. This is where my knowledge

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-06 Thread JJussi
To go back to the subject, gdm and kdm allow you to autologon an user. The next step would be to run vdr from .xsession for ex. I use kdm and kde with autologon.. Starting needed stuff (like vdr-sxfe) in directory .kde/Autostart/. vdr-sxfe starts at first desktop in fullscreen mode and rest of

Re: [vdr] VDR as a set top box

2008-04-06 Thread Boguslaw Juza
Hi Look at http://freevo.sourceforge.net/ - it is the frontend for home cinema linux PC. It starts Xserver itself, you don't need gdm, gnome etc... I'm using it and Im very glad :). I removed freevo TV config and I set xine for VDR as a external command in freevo. It works nice and looks