On Sat, Oct 09, 2010 at 10:43:10PM +0200, Luca Olivetti wrote:
> 
> Yes, but I could only test it with plain dvb-s, no dvb-s2.
> Also, it doesn't to a blind scan, it needs a transponder.ini file for 
> each satellite that you want to scan.
> You can download those file, e.g, from
> http://www.fastsatfinder.com/transponders.html#transponders-sorted

Strange, I tried to start it with :

./vdr -c /etc/vdr -w 90 -l 3 -s 'sudo /usr/local/bin/vdrpoweroff.sh' -P'xine 
-r' -P'actuator -s'

But nothing happen (and no vdr runs) : isn't that the right way to start
it ?
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