Re: [vdr] VDR deletes directories

2006-10-22 Thread Johannes Schoeller
hi klaus i run a plain-vanilla vdr (1.4.3) now and all those empty directories are gone. so it's definetly NO BUG in vdr. i assume it's bigpatch's fault. :( regards hannes Johannes Schoeller wrote: Matthias Fechner wrote: Hi, I have the problem that VDR deletes directories in my /video0

Re: Re: [vdr] VDR deletes directories

2006-10-17 Thread peter . dittmann
On Monday 09 October 2006 15:50, Matthias Fechner wrote: Hi, I have the problem that VDR deletes directories in my /video0 or /video1 ... which not belongs to VDR. I use vdrconvert to convert my VDR recordings to DVDs so I have a directory /video1/filme which VDR deletes and

Re: [vdr] VDR deletes directories

2006-10-16 Thread Johannes Schoeller
Jon Burgess wrote: On Sat, 2006-10-14 at 09:11 +0200, Johannes Schoeller wrote: Reinhard Walter Buchner wrote: Hi Udo, Reinhard Walter Buchner wrote: I have the same problem (still using an older version of VDR, tho). VDR does delete the contents of the directory, but it doesn't always

Re: [vdr] VDR deletes directories

2006-10-14 Thread Klaus Schmidinger
Johannes Schoeller wrote: ... it's SO good to hear that i'm not alone with that 'problem'. in the #vdrportal irc noone had that problem. i have video[0123] nfs-mounted. vdr runs as root. vdr creates all these directories and this is what syslog says: Oct 10 00:10:02 vdr vdr: [3933] remove

Re: [vdr] VDR deletes directories

2006-10-14 Thread Jon Burgess
On Sat, 2006-10-14 at 09:11 +0200, Johannes Schoeller wrote: Reinhard Walter Buchner wrote: Hi Udo, Reinhard Walter Buchner wrote: I have the same problem (still using an older version of VDR, tho). VDR does delete the contents of the directory, but it doesn't always delete the

Re: [vdr] VDR deletes directories

2006-10-13 Thread Johannes Schoeller
Matthias Fechner wrote: Hi, I have the problem that VDR deletes directories in my /video0 or /video1 ... which not belongs to VDR. I use vdrconvert to convert my VDR recordings to DVDs so I have a directory /video1/filme which VDR deletes and vdrconvert breaks. Is it possible to deny

Re: [vdr] VDR deletes directories

2006-10-13 Thread Klaus Schmidinger
Johannes Schoeller wrote: ... i wish vdr would delete .del directories ;) here it doesn't clean up emtpy directories. never found out why. so i made a cronjob that does that for me ... VDR removed .del directories just fine: Oct 10 22:17:40 video vdr: [29329] removing

Re: [vdr] VDR deletes directories

2006-10-13 Thread Reinhard Walter Buchner
Hi Klaus, Johannes, Johannes Schoeller wrote: ... i wish vdr would delete .del directories ;) here it doesn't clean up emtpy directories. never found out why. so i made a cronjob that does that for me ... VDR removed .del directories just fine: Oct 10 22:17:40 video vdr: [29329] removing

Re: [vdr] VDR deletes directories

2006-10-13 Thread Udo Richter
Reinhard Walter Buchner wrote: I have the same problem (still using an older version of VDR, tho). VDR does delete the contents of the directory, but it doesn't always delete the primary directory below 'video'. In your example you (or in my case me ;o)) still have

Re: [vdr] VDR deletes directories

2006-10-13 Thread Reinhard Walter Buchner
Hi Udo, Reinhard Walter Buchner wrote: I have the same problem (still using an older version of VDR, tho). VDR does delete the contents of the directory, but it doesn't always delete the primary directory below 'video'. In your example you (or in my case me ;o)) still have

Re: [vdr] VDR deletes directories

2006-10-09 Thread Laz
On Monday 09 October 2006 15:50, Matthias Fechner wrote: Hi, I have the problem that VDR deletes directories in my /video0 or /video1 ... which not belongs to VDR. I use vdrconvert to convert my VDR recordings to DVDs so I have a directory /video1/filme which VDR deletes and vdrconvert

Re: [vdr] VDR deletes directories

2006-10-09 Thread Christian Wieninger
Hi, Matthias Fechner schrieb: Hi, I have the problem that VDR deletes directories in my /video0 or /video1 ... which not belongs to VDR. IIRC VDR only deletes empty directories. So simply put a dummy file with zero length in it. BR, Christian