Posts by eolos68

    In /etc/init.d open rcS with an editor and search for "/var/etc/init"
    That will give you an idea when init is called during boot.


    If you are not happy with that another trick is to use your emu startup script and call your script through that


    For example if you use CCcam then edit /var/script/CCcam_2.1.2_cam.sh like this




    The emu start up script is the last one called during the boot sequence


    This is an idea that just popped in to my head... i didnt test it but it should work just fine

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    Originally posted by darius2kiwisouci
    Have you tried :

    wget -q -O - "http://root:mypassword@127.0.0.1/web/message?text=Restarting%20cam"$CAMD_NA
    ME"&type=1&timeout=5"


    ?


    Code
    wget -q -O - "http://root:mypassword@127.0.0.1/web/message?text=Restarting%20cam"$CAMD_NAME"&type=1&timeout=5"


    Yes that will work if you declare your variable like this


    Code
    CAMD_NAME=%20MboxG%20v0.4.0023-4

    A hot fudge sunday is nice.... this is a work of art ;)
    But then again its no big surprice since it is made by Nemesis
    Congrats m8
    Just a suggestion... there's a little bit to much yellow
    I think that something like this would look much better
    I am not very good with photoshop... this is the best i could come up with
    Like i said... just a suggestion

    It will install on Gemini just fine.
    There is not need for it to have a .bz2 extension.... .gz will do the job
    Just make sure you have the files in the correct subdirectories like explained above and that you have given the correct attributes


    Tested and it works.


    regards
    eolos68

    Create a directory in /tmp and name it for example mytargz
    Inside this directory you must create the correct subdirectories for each file...
    Lets say you want to create a tarball for newcamd... create the following subdirectories...
    /tmp/mytargz/var/bin
    /tmp/mytargz/var/tuxbox/config/newcamd
    Place the newcamd binary in /tmp/mytargz/var/bin and the configs in
    /tmp/mytargz/var/tuxbox/config/newcamd
    Dont forget to give 755 to the binary


    Then run the following commands


    cd /tmp/mytargz
    tar -cvf mytargz.tar var/
    gzip mytargz.tar


    Thats it...
    Your tarball will be created in /tmp/mytargz