Rob Davis wrote: > Having read the "Using VDR on Mac OS" threads, I have tried out > streamdev-client (had been using the server quite often) no a DVB-less > system. I am running this under gentoo which creates a VDR process in > the bootup, then I use vdr-sxfe to display on the screen. > > I have managed to get this working by copying the channels.conf over > from the original vdr-server, however, when I close vdr-sxfe, the VDR > server on the streamdev-client machine doesn't release the stream, which > means that no one else can change channel. Is there a way to release > the stream to allow channel changing on the server without closing the > second vdr process (which would require root access). > > I figured if I had a local dvb card then switching channels to something > local would do it, but I don't, and won't when I get this running on OsX.
Further to my own email, I think I need a dud channels.conf channel that i can select to put the client in suspend mode. However, everytime I try something I get "channel not available"... Is this the right track? -- Latest news on http://www.streetcredo.org.uk/rob Rob Davis _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr