Am 08.03.2013 19:35, schrieb Stephan Loescher: > When you use the suggested solution with unionfs, then the client uses > the servers setup/timers/epg/etc. because it sees them in its > /video-directory.
Only until the first write, after that the client will continue with its local writable copy. It is generally possible (and in a network shared environment also a good idea) to have config files in a different place, and just recordings within /video. If you definitely want shared (read-only) config files, I'd suggest using symbolic links, like /etc/vdr/channels.conf -> /net/media/data/vdr-config/channels.conf. Solves a lot of problems, like clients trying to record the same as the server because of same timers.conf, or not having to configure streamdev-client on the server. Cheers, Udo _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr