File sysconfig.vdr of Package vdr

## Path:        Applications/VDR
## Description: VDR digital video recorder configuration
## ServiceRestart: vdr
## Type:        string
## Default:
#
# list of plugins to load, separated by space. If a plugin needs
# additional commandline arguments, they can be specified in
# VDR_PLUGIN_ARGS_pluginname. E.g. if you have plugins called foo
# and bar and foo wants the parameters -a and -b, you would set
# VDR_PLUGINS="foo bar" and VDR_PLUGIN_ARGS_foo="-a -b".
VDR_PLUGINS=""

## Type:        string
## Default:     "/etc/vdr"
#
# directory where vdr stores its config files. vdr defaults to /var/spool/video
# but we prefer /etc/vdr
VDR_CONFIGDIR="/etc/vdr"

## Type:        string
## Default:
#
# amount of log messages, see vdr --help
VDR_LOGLEVEL=

## Type:        integer
## Default:
#
# which port to listen vor SVDRP commands, 0 to disable
VDR_SVDRP_PORT=

## Type:        integer
## Default:     0
#
# watchdog timeout in seconds
VDR_WATCHDOG=0

## Type:        yesno
## Default:     no
#
# set to yes to start vdr with muted sound. no to enable sound
VDR_MUTE=no

## Type:        string
## Default:
#
# numbers of dvb cards which vdr should use, separated by space
# which means vdr will use all
VDR_CARDS=""

## Type:        list(fast,normal)
## Default:     "normal"
#
# set to fast to have vdr shutdown immediately (using the example script).
VDR_SHUTDOWN="normal"

## Type:        string
## Default:
#
# shutdown script for vdr, e.g. /etc/vdr/shutdown.sh
# see /usr/share/doc/packages/vdr/INSTALL
VDR_SHUTDOWN_SCRIPT=

## Type:        string
## Default:
#
# record script for vdr, e.g. /etc/vdr/record.sh
# see /usr/share/doc/packages/vdr/INSTALL
VDR_RECORD_SCRIPT=

## Type:        integer
## Default:     3
#
# vdr is allowed to die at most VDR_MAX_RESTART times in VDR_RESTART_INTERVAL
# seconds
VDR_MAX_RESTART=3

## Type:        integer
## Default:     60
#
# vdr is allowed to die at most VDR_MAX_RESTART times in VDR_RESTART_INTERVAL
# seconds
VDR_RESTART_INTERVAL=60

## Type:        string
## Default:
#
# if vdr dies too often, an email will is sent to this address 
VDR_FAIL_MAILTO=

## Type:        integer
## Default:     0
#
# reboot after specified number of seconds if vdr died too often, zero to not
# reboot
VDR_FAIL_BOOT=0

## Type:        integer
## Default:     9
#
# start vdr on the specified terminal. Note that 1-6 is usually occupied by
# gettys, 7 is reserved for X and 10 is used for logging messages
VDR_VTNUMBER=9

## Type:        yesno
## Default:     no
#
# switch to vdr terminal on boot
VDR_SWITCHVT=no

## Type:        string
## Default:
#
# additional arguments passed to vdr binary
VDR_ADDITIONAL_ARGS=

## Type:        yesno
## Default:     no
#
# reload dvb drivers if vdr crashes
VDR_RELOADDVB=