On Sun, 2007-06-17 at 12:48 +0200, Simon Natterer wrote: > Petri Hintukainen wrote: > > But, if you need to have independently controlled clients with own video > > and OSD, you need to run several instances of VDR - it doesn't matter if > > you run all VDR instances on server or at each client. I run several VDR > > instances on the server: > > - less maintenance, only one installation of VDR and > > plugins required > > - allows using diskless clients (and with less memory) > > - Faster cutting / DVD burning / ... as there is no > > network between VDR and disks > > - no need to export/mount /video to every client > > - ... > > > > > Nice setup! What kind of remote control do you use on the clients > running xine and how does it work to send the command to the vdr session?
LIRC, vdr-sxfe forwards LIRC commands from remote system to VDR (--lirc option). Keyboard works too, and I belive any device accessible thru /dev/event interface should work with evdev <-> lirc forwarding daemon. - Petri _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr