On Wed, Jan 17, 2007 at 10:16:55PM +0200, Kartsa wrote:
> >Please compile softdevice and vdr with -g, or at the very least do not
> >strip them. We're interested in the function names.
> What do you mean by -g? Where does that option go? I must point out that
> I am quite a novice in linuxe still.
The -g option of gcc requests the inclusion of debugging symbols to the
executable. Without -g, symbols with static linkage would be excluded
from the object files. AFAIK, also the native cc of proprietary Unix
platforms follow that convention.
> >I would suspect that you haven't set up TCP/IP networking before
> >starting vdr for the first time.
> I did make a working linux box with all updates before even installing vdr.
Can you add the line
(/sbin/ifconfig; /sbin/route -n) > /tmp/inet.txt
to the script that starts vdr, right before the vdr command? That would
answer my question if TCP/IP networking is set up before vdr is started
for the first time.
> I made a test and recompiled vdr and plugins and put starting command in
> rc.local. Now it starts ok and cpu load is about 60%. But if I let FC6
> initscript start vdr I get 99%cpu load on startup.
This is another hint that the original init script might be run before
configuring TCP/IP networking.
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