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technosaurus


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PostPosted: Sun 23 Oct 2011, 20:31    Post subject:  

Maybe not by the time they get to this page.
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Mercedes350se

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PostPosted: Fri 03 Feb 2012, 22:15    Post subject: save-dvb question  

I found this script at:

http://turtlespond.net/scripts/scripts/save-dvb

but it states, in part, "Scheduling is via atd ... ".

Searching I found this site:

http://www.simplehelp.net/2009/05/04/how-to-schedule-tasks-on-linux-using-the-at-command/

Unfortunately my full 3.01 HDD install does not seem to have this command.

What can I do?

Edit: I found this tutorial quite interesting because it does, in part, what I hope to achieve eventually.

http://turtlespond.net/bash_scripting_tute/00-index.html

It may be of some use to some one else.
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PostPosted: Sat 04 Feb 2012, 22:16    Post subject:  

at/atd is similar to cron/crond

see also:
http://www.wensley.org.uk/dvb
http://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg.html#Video-and-Audio-grabbing
(I don't know a light command line way to change channels though... )

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PostPosted: Sat 04 Feb 2012, 22:32    Post subject:  

*Pass..
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PostPosted: Sun 05 Feb 2012, 01:35    Post subject:  

technosaurus wrote:
at/atd is similar to cron/crond ...


Thank you. I understand that in this script the command is used for one time "scheduling" of the recording function.

So what I need to be able to do is:

1. monitor the time presumably of the RTC - I do not want to download any programs to connect to a time server i.e. up to me to ensure that the RTC is reasonably correct.

2. when the scheduled start time is reached recording will start, and

3. when the duration/stop time is reached stop recording.
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PostPosted: Sun 05 Feb 2012, 03:47    Post subject:  

I kinda have a daemon process script in my head but I am not at a linux box to test, maybe someone who is can fix my best guess

Code:
while : do
sleep 1 &
sPID=$!
read TIME < /proc/$sPID/stime
case "$TIME" in
$MYSTARTTIME)record >file.mp2 &
  rPID=$!
  sleep 30
  ;;
$MYENDTIME)kill $rPID
  ;;
esac
sleep 30
done

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PostPosted: Mon 06 Feb 2012, 02:03    Post subject:  

Let me state that I am a bash neophyte so I have been "playing" with the above script but I keep getting the error message:

syntax error near unexpected token `done'

Would somebody analyse the script and advise. Please.
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PostPosted: Mon 06 Feb 2012, 02:53    Post subject:  

sorry about that, my memory failed me

first I forgot to put the : in parens (Smile

I was in C mode and thinking of stat/lstat and that they would correspond to the /proc/PID ... but they are in /proc/PID/stat in a difficult to interpret way (seconds since epoch)

the equivalent is
stat -c %y /proc/pid

but if you are going to do that, you may as well just use date

-sorry, couldn't do a shell only version (well not quickly or easy to follow)

see date --help for the formats

ex.
date +%D@%R
will give you
month/day/year@military time

which will let you do
STARTTIME="05/05/12@22:30"


CURRENTTIME=`date +%D@%R`

if [ "$STARTTIME" == "$CURRENTTIME" ]; then
#your record code here &
rPID=$!
fi

if [ "$STOPTIME" == "$CURRENTTIME" ]; then
kill $rPID
fi

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PostPosted: Tue 07 Feb 2012, 01:22    Post subject:  

It appears that there is no provision for CURRENTTIME to be "polled" until such time that it equals STARTTIME or am I missing something?
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PostPosted: Mon 20 Feb 2012, 09:51    Post subject:  

Mercedes350se wrote:
Let me state that I am a bash neophyte so I have been "playing" with the above script but I keep getting the error message:

syntax error near unexpected token `done'

Would somebody analyse the script and advise. Please.

I fixed the while loop. But can't comment on the rest. Smile

Code:
while true
do
sleep 1 &
sPID=$!
read TIME < /proc/$sPID/stime
case "$TIME" in
$MYSTARTTIME)record >file.mp2 &
  rPID=$!
  sleep 30
  ;;
$MYENDTIME)kill $rPID
  ;;
esac
sleep 30
done
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PostPosted: Mon 20 Feb 2012, 11:21    Post subject: Re: save-dvb question  

Mercedes350se wrote:
I found this script at:

http://turtlespond.net/scripts/scripts/save-dvb

but it states, in part, "Scheduling is via atd ... ".

Searching I found this site:

http://www.simplehelp.net/2009/05/04/how-to-schedule-tasks-on-linux-using-the-at-command/

Unfortunately my full 3.01 HDD install does not seem to have this command.

What can I do?


Puppy has the pschedule command.

Also see How to set a cron job.
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PostPosted: Tue 21 Feb 2012, 02:32    Post subject:  

Shep,

Thank you for your input.

Regarding pschedule command and cron - it looks as though these are to schedule tasks on a regular basis rather than, in my case, simply recording "as needed".
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PostPosted: Tue 28 Feb 2012, 19:33    Post subject:  

Mercedes350se wrote:
Regarding pschedule command and cron - it looks as though these are to schedule tasks on a regular basis rather than, in my case, simply recording "as needed".

To install the "at" scheduler follow the links. http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=76335
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PostPosted: Tue 28 Feb 2012, 20:21    Post subject:  

Shep,

Thanks. One more question - where do I extract it to?
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PostPosted: Tue 28 Feb 2012, 22:25    Post subject:  

Mercedes350se wrote:
where do I extract it to?

It's a single binary file, so wherever you like. Cool

If you type echo $PATH you'll see the directories that are set to be searched for a command, so any of those will do.

IMO /usr/local/bin sounds appropriate
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