[mythtv-users] Remote control not working in MythWelcome after hibernate
derliebegott at gmail.com
Tue Jan 15 10:38:16 UTC 2008
2008/1/15, MPR List <mpr.list at googlemail.com>:
> On 1/15/08, Bryan Bennetts <bryan.bennetts at gmail.com> wrote:
> > FWIW, the countdown shouldn't be starting at all. If the machine is
> > successfully waking up to start recordings it means that mythWelcome is
> > correctly setting the wakeup time? If that's the case when you manually
> > power up mythWelcome performs a check between the current time and the next
> > scheduled wakeup time, if the difference is greater than a given threshold it
> > *should* just start the FE automagically. Of course, there is the chance you
> > are manually powering up within the threshold period, at which point all bets
> > are off and you'd get the case you are seeing.
> I have unchecked the option to start the FE automatically if the
> machine is powered on manually because this makes MythWelcome crash
> when I exit the frontend again. That may or may not be related.
> Waking up for recordings works so far, only there is no way to start
> the Frontend from Mythwelcome if I start the MythBox manually.
> > IIRC you can tell hibernate to stop services before going to sleep and restart
> > them afterwards, you *may* get some mileage stopping lirc/mythbackend and
> > restarting them or possibly removing the event handling module and
> > re-inserting it? I guess experimentation would be the key.
> Well, I am stopping lirc and mythbackend and unloading all the DVB
> modules before hibernate, other wise it would not work at all. I can
> not confirm what Ma wrote that mytfrontend would not react to lirc
> being restarted, might be different with the lirc_imon module, which I
> do not use for the remote (yet).
You want to say that when you kill lircd process and start it again,
you do not have to restart mythfrontend?
I am also removing lirc modules ... maybe I should try without removing them
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