Am 17.10.2013 19:09, schrieb Torsten Mohr: > If nothing happens and nobody is logged in i shut down the VDR after 30 > minutes. So a value of 180 would prevent a shutdown after 30 minutes of > inactivity?
Yes and no. It depends on whether VDR thinks there's someone watching, in that case VDR shuts down after 3 hours, or not, causing VDR to shut down after 6 minutes. Three ways(*) lead to VDR believing that no one is watching: First, not hitting a key for 3 hours, second, hitting the power key while recording or other internal things that don't allow for instant shutdown, or third, starting VDR close to a scheduled timer event. As long as VDR thinks no one is watching, and nothing important is scheduled soon, VDR tries to shut down every 6 minutes. (*) Actually, there's a fourth, hackish way: Write the current epoch time into setup.conf as NextWakeupTime, before VDR starts. Just in case you do know that VDR was started somehow automatically. Cheers, Udo _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr