On Thu, 8 Feb 2007, VDR User wrote:

There is no reason to behave otherwise unless it's done thru some kind of
"auto-shutoff? [y/n]" setting.  With a setting like that I suppose you could
specify to shut off at a certain time of the day or user-defined timeout
period.  But force a shutdown because the user hasn't interacted with vdr?

I still cannot follow your reasoning as the user can already disable the automatic shutdown feature. Do you want to remove this option completely, rename it or change its' behaviour? The shutdown could be changed to a standby/powersave mode: the stream decoding will be turned off instead of poweroff.

VDR's MANUAL: "Setting MinUserInactivity to 0 disables the automatic shutdown, while still retaining the possibility to manually shutdown the computer."

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rofa

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