> 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 breaks.
> >
> > Is it possible to deny the delete of this directory?
> Eeeek! Also makes permissions a bit more complex than just changing 
> ownership to the non-vdr user.
> Can you put the directory elsewhere and use a symbolic link in /video, and 
> check it exists before running vdrconvert?
Nope, vdr even kills symlinked directories.
This can cause quie a fuzz if you link system directories.
I even have this when symlinking /cdrom [/dev/cdrom] for access to vdr files on 
Also here it's extremely advisable to have a dummy file at the mount point 
location to have vdr keeping his fingers off the mount point.

Just a suggestion: a sensible means of access rights would be a good think for 
VDR to do.
It's very critical to setup a system using externally stored vdr files when VDR 
kills every empty directory mercyless.

regards Peter

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