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su -c "gpodder -r" youruser
su -c "python /path/to/script/gdfs-init.py --yes /mnt/device/yourdevice/public/data/videos/podcastlink" youruser > /dev/null
Attempting to create socket on host 192.168.80.1 port 3461 ... OK.
Reason: (111) Connection refused
Closing socket ... OK.
Ok,I'll answer the ones I know.
I'm off to MediaMarkt later on to get my bits and pieces to start the first part of my MCE system
I just need to confirm some things though.
1) I'm going for a dedicated core. As long as linux will run on it, I'm ok right? The motherboard concerns are only for MDs and hybrids? 2Gb RAM is more than enough, correct?
3) I don't want to draw a distinction between ripped content, stuff downloaded from a torrent and stuff recorded off-air. I'm thinking of a BIG HDD for media and then a smaller one for OS / swap etc. Where in the Linux directory stucture should I mount my media drive? I'm assuming /home, but is this where VDR puts it's stuff too? (I know about the auto-mount, but, like I said, I want my TV recordings to make use of the same available space as my other sourced media. Alternatively, should I just go for one big drive (or array) rather than splitting off the OS?)