Author Topic: 10.04 - Plug and play detection scripts running every bootup  (Read 822 times)

Avner

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Hello,

I'm trying to stabilize an lmce1004 system which I just installed.

With every bootup I get a flood of Media Plug-in scripts that are running and overloading the system.
Scripts like HAI_Omni_RS232.sh
I want to stabilize the boot up sequence by disabling these scripts first. Later on, I can add them as needed.
I tried to disable some of services by doing:

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update-rc.d -f mediatomb remove
update-rc.d -f update-media remove
update-rc.d -f asterisk remove
(I could not find a mythtv-backend service in /etc/init.d/)

But the Plug and play detection scripts keep running with every bootup.
How can I disable the plug and play devices / services and the mythtv-backend service, so that they don't run during bootup?

Thanks,
Avner
Asus P5GD2-X, Intel i915P/G, Pentium 4 3.2 GHz, 2.5GB, nvidia Geforce 8800, Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-1850

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Re: 10.04 - Plug and play detection scripts running every bootup
« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2013, 08:34:35 pm »
Don't fight the system :p

In web admin select the MD in question, and check "Dont Detect Serial Devices".