[EMAIL PROTECTED] schrieb am 18.10.2006 20:03:15:
> I'm trying to use the autotimer so I can enter in my favorite shows and
> have them automatically recorded. (I think this is functionality VDR
> itself needs to have but that is another discussion).
I think the epg-search plugin already provides a similar autotimer functionality but I never used this yet.
> If I use the search box on the bottom, left, vdradmin-am 3.4.7b lists the
> show I want. If I click AutoTimer, type in the same search pattern (i.e.
> Star Trek Next Generation), enable Title, Subtitle, Description and then
> hit "Test", nothing is listed.
> What am I missing here? Is there a plug-in needed on vdr to make this
I use autotimeredit plugin to do this from VDR and it works.
But I also had some problems using timers from vdradmin-am.
Could be some format or access right problem between vdradmin and vdr.
My vdr runs as root at the timer.conf is always created by VDR owned by root.
So I guess there are same access problems for my configuration
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