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Monday, July 18th 2011, 6:18pm

yaVDR server and client separately

Hello @ll.

is it possible to seperately install server and client instance in yavdr? if yes, how should I do it?
between clent and server is about 110m LAN cable. i cannot use normal sat install, because of large lenght of cable.

I have to separate the part of the server from the client.
Zotac IONITX A-E Dual Core 2x1,6 GHz, 2G RAM, 1XHDD samsung 1T, TBS5921 QBOX III DVB-S2, Maxter Plus HID Device as Remote Control (elmak.pl)
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This post has been edited 2 times, last edit by "tuksmr" (Jul 18th 2011, 6:49pm)


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Monday, July 18th 2011, 6:33pm

You can set up a "headless" (if no local user interface is needed) yaVDR on your server and connect a client via vdr-plugin-streamdev-client to it (just change /etc/vdr/svdrphosts.conf and /etc/vdr/plugins/streamdev-server/allowedhosts.conf on your Server to permit access for your client and copy a valid /var/lib/vdr/channels.conf from your server to the client).
Recordings can be done on server and/or client ( vdr-plugin-remotetimers is reccomended as a streamdev-client instance is not able to do recordings from more than one channel at once ).
Using NFS will allow you to share them between both yaVDR PCs.
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Monday, July 18th 2011, 6:47pm

Thanks for quick reply.
But how can i set up a "headless"? installer doesn't contain a "server/client" option :(

on server i need:
- vdr - to serve channels to clinet

on client i need:
- vdr as clinet (plugin or somelse)
- xbmc

i prefer recordings on client, buf if it were posibble on both it would be perfect.

or should i install yaVDR on two hosts and select proper software for each instance?
Zotac IONITX A-E Dual Core 2x1,6 GHz, 2G RAM, 1XHDD samsung 1T, TBS5921 QBOX III DVB-S2, Maxter Plus HID Device as Remote Control (elmak.pl)
yaVDR 64bit

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Monday, July 18th 2011, 7:01pm

The default installation fits all needs on server side. You can set headless mode after first boot in your servers webfrontend.
If you don't want a full yaVDR on your server try a minimal Ubuntu 10.04 LTS installation and install all needed VDR stuff from the yaVDR PPAs: https://launchpad.net/~yavdr/+archive/stable-vdr
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Meine VDRs

VDR 1: Point of View Ion-330-1 (Intel Atom 330@1,6 GHz). 2GB, 2TB HDD, KNC One DVB-C, Sundtek MediaTV Pro (DVB-C), Atric IR-Einschalter Rev.5, yaVDR 0.5 testing
VDR 2: Acer Revo 3610, 4GB Ram, 1x HDD 320 GB, Pinnacle PCTV SAT 452e, Medion X10, YaVDR 0.5
VDR 3: Intel DH67BL, Celeron 540, 4 GB Ram, POV Geforce 210 512 MB, 500 GB, DD Duo-flex CT, Arch LInux, VDR 2.1.6, CIR-Empfänger
Client 1: Raspberry Pi Model B, Arch Linux ARM, VDR 2.1.6
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Monday, July 18th 2011, 7:03pm

Ok, thanks
i take to work.
greet
Zotac IONITX A-E Dual Core 2x1,6 GHz, 2G RAM, 1XHDD samsung 1T, TBS5921 QBOX III DVB-S2, Maxter Plus HID Device as Remote Control (elmak.pl)
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