[mythtv-users] Wat causes fluxstartup.sh to run?

kanetse@gmail.com kane.tse at gmail.com
Tue Oct 9 18:30:39 UTC 2007


I think that the window manager (fluxbox?) is saving your session; so
when you start up the next time, it remembers that mythfrontend was
running and starts it again.  Then it starts up another instance as
instructed by fluxstartup.sh.

On 10/9/07, Ron Heron <ronheron at gmail.com> wrote:
> RN wrote:
>
> >
> > When I edit the fluxstartup.sh file on my xbox
> > (xebian), I wind up with 2 copies of the frontend
> > loading.  (I'm just putting "mythfrontend &" at the
> > end of the file.)
>
>
> I've noted that not only does mythfrontend have 2 tasks on my xbox(es), but
> any task started by fluxstartup.sh is duplicated.
>
> I followed the xbox/mythfrontend install instructions from the MythTV on
> Xebian HOWTO
> http://www.xbox-linux.org/wiki/MythTV_on_Xebian_HOWTO and
> added both "irexec &" and "mythfrontend &"  after the line that starts
> "xtdesk" in fluxstartup.sh.
>
> killing one of the duplicate mythfrontend tasks or one each of the xtdesk,
> irexec and mythfrontend tasks does not seem to leave any problems in using
> mythfrontend on the xbox.
>
> Killing the duplicate mythfrontend clears up a lot of performance and other
> "wierd" behaviour on xbox mythfrontends.
>
> -Ron
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