On 07.11.2009 02:07, HighlyCaffeinated wrote: > I've got an unusual situation with my VDR installation that has me > completely stumped. > My /video0 directory is located on a 1TB ext2 filesystem. When I perform > an 'ls-al' I get an > incomplete list of the directories located there. If I open that > filesystem on a Windows box via Samba, I see > that two recent directories have been created that the 'ls' does not > show me. The directories are named > COO66K~7 <mailto:email@example.com>(a CSI recording) and N3OZM1~R (an NCIS > recording) in Windows. I can drill > down into either directory and find the expected filesystem structure > and two recordings that we > had thought had failed. They are only visible through Windows/Samba. I > can copy the contents > of the directory to a Windows box and then copy them back to VDR (with a > new folder name) > and they play normally. As Debian refuses to acknowledge their > existence, I cannot rename or > delete the directories and I cannot copy data from the subdirectories. I > have tried masking the > tilde in the filenames, and that didn't change anything as I suspect the > filenames are instead REALLY long. > I am running vdr 1.7.7 with ATSC tuners and the ATSCepg plugin, and the > system regularly > creates successful recordings. > Anyone with a pointer on how to deal with this and what may be causing > such an odd > set of circumstances? e2fsck didn't find anything it considered to be > bothersome.
Can you check the syslog file to see what names VDR used to create the recording directories? Klaus _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr