Rebooting problems with /dev/cxm0
Erin E Conn
econn at nc.rr.com
Tue Apr 25 03:02:33 UTC 2006
R. B. Riddick wrote:
> I attached a variation of my very special cxm-data-transfer-program, that just
> copies the data to your disc (hopefully in the right order... :-)).
> After examining some areas of the code (just in case I am evil), it can be
> compiled with
> c++ -o dd3 dd3.c -O3
> and it can be tested with
> ./dd3 /dev/cxm0 <outputfile> <time of day in sec since 1970 when to stop>
> ./dd3 /dev/cxm0 /tmp/blubberblah.mpg 1146862400
> where the seconds since 1970 can be found via
> date +%s
> which gives the current time in seconds since 1970 or via
> date -j +%s 2000
> which gives the seconds since 1970 when it is 8 p.m. today.
> I hope, I got the license right... It should be a BSD license or so...
> In my opinion this dd3.c tool should result in more stability (currently more
> then 66 days uptime...)...
Thanks, but no joy. Got the same lockup with this program that I get
with straight mplayer. Still, thanks for sending it, and maybe I can get
some clues by examining more closely what this program does.
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