Hi, Am 29.01.2015 um 18:28 schrieb VDR User: > VDR-2.1.7 added the following: > > - VDR now reads command line options from *.conf files in > /etc/vdr/conf.d (thanks > to Lars Hanisch). See vdr.1 and vdr.5 for details. > > It seems like this is a welcome change. I plan on moving my command > line options into a single .conf I can share with all my VDR clients > for convenience, and to simplify my tv script. But, I also take > advantage of the ONEDIR option in Make.config because it's easier for > me to keep track of & backup all of VDRs files. And I hate having > files spread all over the place anyways. For those unfamiliar: > > # Use 'make ONEDIR=1' to have all data in one single directory: > ifdef ONEDIR > VIDEODIR = /video > CACHEDIR = $(VIDEODIR) > CONFDIR = $(VIDEODIR) > RESDIR = $(VIDEODIR) > endif > > To stay in line with the idea that ONEDIR actually keeps all data in > one single directory, it makes sense that $ARGSDIR (where the conf.d > files would otherwise go) be included as well. Otherwise, ONEDIR isn't > actually consolidating all VDR data. > > I'm proposing adding ARGSDIR = $(VIDEODIR) to the ONEDIR ifdef. If > anyone can think of a good reason not to do this, please voice your > opinion.
Klaus forwarded this to vdr-portal.de. I think vdr 2.1.8 will include a patch to add ARGSDIR = $(VIDEODIR)/conf.d to the ONEDIR case. Because vdr reads all *.conf files from ARGSDIR, you cannot use VIDEODIR because of setup.conf, channels.conf etc. And I should have documented this feature in more detail (and I will do), as time permits next week. Lars. > > Thanks > > _______________________________________________ > vdr mailing list > email@example.com > http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr > _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr