File: vdr-nvram-wakeup.conf

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#
# Configuration file for the VDR nvram-wakeup shutdown hook
# 
# This is NOT the nvram-wakeup configuration file, which you can find in
# /etc/nvram-wakeup.conf and which must be set in COMMANDLINE (see below),
# if your mainboard ins not detected automatically.
#

# Set to "yes" to enable nvram-wakeup for VDR
#
ENABLED="no" 

# Here you can specify additional command line parameters, that will be passed
# to nvram-wakeup.
#
# i.e.:
#       COMMANDLINE="-I ecs_k7s5au"              # mainboard of type K7S5au
#       COMMANDLINE="-C /etc/nvram-wakeup.conf"  # use config file
#
# see "man nvram-wakeup"
#
COMMANDLINE=""

# If your mainboard needs to reboot before shutting down, set the command(s) to
# do this here. i.e.:
#
# for lilo:
# SPECIALSHUTDOWN="lilo -R PowerOff; reboot"
#
# for grub2:
# SPECIALSHUTDOWN="grub-editenv /boot/grub/grubenv set nvram_halt_once=1; reboot"
#
SPECIALSHUTDOWN=""

# To force a reboot whenever nvram-wakeup sets the time, independently of
# whether a reboot is required, enable this option.
#
# FORCE_REBOOT="yes"
#

# If you want your VDR machine to wakeup in regular intervals (i.e. for
# updating EPG data), specify a day interval and a wakeup time:
#
REGULAR_DAYS=0	     # 0=disabled, 1=each day, 2=each 2'nd day, 3=...
REGULAR_TIME=01:00   # HH:MM