2007/11/21, Klaus Schmidinger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > They have saved quite a few recordings for me. > But since they are so "idiotic" (which, I guess, makes me the idiot, > since I've implemented them), I'll make them configurable soon.
Oh, sorry, I didn't mean it personally (really!). I was just a bit mad at the time of writing. The automatic restarts might be good for some situations (like bad drivers) but definately not for others, like this. And, if there is something wrong, _primarily_ one should seek out why and what is wrong, not start restarting applications... but as you stated for some situations that might be a workaround for some situations (albeit temporary until there's a real fix for the cause). Overall, VDR is a very nice project! And, one must remember that 1.5.x is the development branch (IIRC). Anyways, I think there's something else going on, too. I checked my syslogs, and I haven't had this problem before 18.11.2007 (my syslogs range back some weeks-months, and I do recordings of certain programmes with and without subtitles weekly). On 18.11. I upgraded to 1.5.11 from 1.5.10, and afterwards, ALL recordings with subtitles have had these restarts. I get no such problems if I'm recording a channel without subtitles or just watch a program with subtitles (or without). But, I need to verify this. I've had too few regordings after 18.11. (maybe 2-4), it could have been just bad transmissions (weirdly coincidentally, if they were just now and on several channels). Though, I'm quite busy on these few days / weeks but I'll get back when I've done some more investigations and testings what is going on. In the meantime, just wanted to drop a note here, in case someone is hit by a similar problem =). And, Klaus, keep up the work with VDR! - Ville -- Ville Aakko - [EMAIL PROTECTED] _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr