Am 26.05.2016 um 17:36 schrieb glenvt18:
> I know about the dynamite plugin, but 1) it does much more then this, 2)
> still requires a VDR patch, which is bigger, 3) doesn't work reliably
> for me and 4) I think this functionality should be part of the VDR
> core.

 I agree with you. I hope, dynamite was a little inspiration for you. :)

 I plan (for several years now, sadly) to break out the udev-part of dynamite 
to make the vdr more dynamic in device
management. The idle-part is a good first step in that direction.

> +  virtual void PowerDown(bool On) {};
> +       ///< Actually powers the device down/up.

 I think the name of the parameter is a bit misleading. With On == true you 
mean, that the device is powered down.
 Either rename the parameter to "Down" or the function to something like 


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