Marko Mäkelä kirjoitti:
On Fri, Jan 26, 2007 at 08:44:50PM +0200, Kartsa wrote:
Marko Mäkelä kirjoitti:
I meant that vdr probably should be started later in the boot process
than TCP/IP networking.
Ok, then I misunderstood. I did try to make vdr start later by changing its start order Now anyway network is started before vdr.
I actually fixed this now by not letting vdr start by the system init but added "/etc/init.d/vdr start" in rc.local. Maybe the 550 PIII is just too slow in an environment where is matrox G400 and DirectFB :)


Possibly.  I'm using softdevice-dfb on Matrox G450, but the processor is
a 900 MHz Celeron.  I found the VGA output to be 10% or 20% less CPU
intensive than the TV output, which I am currently using.
Vdr is taking about 60% of cpu time with softdevice on my 550MHz PIII. I ment that maybe 550 is too slow when vdr is started in the system initialization causing network to start slower and thus making it a problem. Maybe if I had waited long enough it would have stabilized.

\\Kartsa

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