get-iplayer-web-pvr:1935 - Debian
Roger Burton West
roger at firedrake.org
Mon Jul 9 05:44:10 EDT 2012
On Fri, Jul 06, 2012 at 07:13:36PM +0100, M2 wrote:
>>On 05/07/2012 21:17, M2 wrote:
>>>Is there a way to run get-iplayer-web-pvr on Raspberry Pi on boot up and
>>>access the PVR page from local network http://RaspberryPi:1935/
>>>but it does not work :(
>>The default settings have the Web PVR Manager listen on IP address
>>127.0.0.1, which will make it unavailable to the local network. You
>>probably just need to have it listen on an address accessible from
>>your LAN. You can change the listen address in:
>Thank you for your reply, this is brilliant.
>Does anyone over here know hot to make the WEB-PVR start on boot up
>on headless machine (Raspberry Pi) in Debian 6.0.5?
This isn't a step-by-step guide, just an outline:
- create an /etc/init.d/webpvr startup script (look at
/etc/init.d/skeleton and the other files in that directory). You'll need
to fork the web-pvr process off into the background, because that script
must exit. Ideally it should be able to stop the web-pvr too.
- use update-rc.d to set that script to be run at startup.
# update-rc.d webpvr defaults
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