I now have a recording which has an a with two dots above it in its name but I can't get sweeper to crash..
Did it leave behind a .hmt file in the root folder ?
I noticed a lone .hmt file in the root folder and tried to delete it with webif but couldn’t. I wondered if series filler or sweeper left it behind. (It had an accent over the E).
So I have tried to record a few programs with accents and have noticed some problems with sweeper. Although this probably wont affect the majority (or any ) other users I thought you might like to know. I was only experimenting and it is not causing any real issues. I really like sweeper and am happy with how it works as it is.
When I telnet into the HDR I list the files in the media file and there is this .hmt file with no other corresponding ts , nts or thm file.
RT?? News_ Nine O'Clock_20131104_2100.hmt
I tried to remove this file using the rm command in telnet but it did not respond. I could not erase the file from webif.
I had to use a wild card to get rid of it :
humax# rm -i '/media/My Video/_OTHER/RT'*
rm: remove '/media/My Video/_OTHER/RTÃ News_ Nine O'Clock_20131104_2100.hmt'? y
The recordings that the hmt file referred to were moved to the specified folder with sweeper but strangely were marked as only one minute long. Also the time never changed from 0:00 when paused throughout the moved recording.
Also I got the following error on webif when I tried to get the media details of the webif file :
Runtime Error: file.jim:14: could not read "/media/My Video/_OTHER/RTÃ News_ Nine O'Clock_20131104_2100.ts": No such file or directory in procedure 'file' called at file "file.jim", line 14