Plugin: Shutdown computer via UPNP

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Re: Plugin: Shutdown computer via UPNP

Postby Duckz » Wed Jan 26, 2011 9:40 am

So how does this plugin actually work?

Once something has finished playing, it will automatically shutdown, or it adds an option in the XMB?
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Re: Plugin: Shutdown computer via UPNP

Postby chocolateboy » Tue Apr 05, 2011 6:29 pm

A Linux build has been posted here.
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Re: Plugin: Shutdown computer via UPNP

Postby marco275 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 6:36 pm

Unfortionatly, this plugin has started to interfere with the video settings folder since the last couple of PMS releases.
Making the video settings folder disappear when this plugin is installed.
Maybe this plugin needs some update to be competable again.
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Re: Plugin: Shutdown computer via UPNP

Postby SharkHunter » Wed Jan 04, 2012 7:18 pm

marco275 wrote:Unfortionatly, this plugin has started to interfere with the video settings folder since the last couple of PMS releases.
Making the video settings folder disappear when this plugin is installed.
Maybe this plugin needs some update to be competable again.


Or since basically all plugins are effected by the latest changes in PMS core the PMS core should revert the changes that makes them unuseable...
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Re: Plugin: Shutdown computer via UPNP

Postby lightglitch » Wed Jan 04, 2012 7:42 pm

SharkHunter wrote:
marco275 wrote:Unfortionatly, this plugin has started to interfere with the video settings folder since the last couple of PMS releases.
Making the video settings folder disappear when this plugin is installed.
Maybe this plugin needs some update to be competable again.


Or since basically all plugins are effected by the latest changes in PMS core the PMS core should revert the changes that makes them unuseable...


Or fix the PMS core.
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Re: Plugin: Shutdown computer via UPNP

Postby SharkHunter » Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:02 pm

That was what I meant....
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Re: Plugin: Shutdown computer via UPNP

Postby marco275 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:31 pm

Not if the changes in the core makes PMS function better I think.
The plugin itself works, it only makes the video settings folder disappear so i'm guessing there's only a minor change required.
Unfortionatly i'm not a programmer so i'm just guessing as i said. ;)
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Re: Plugin: Shutdown computer via UPNP

Postby SharkHunter » Wed Jan 04, 2012 9:01 pm

This pertaicular fix doen't make PMS better in my opinion. And it is not a minor change since the whole refresh/discover process changed. I know and I'm a programmer but programming is close to religion so what is hell for one is heaven for another :)
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Re: Plugin: Shutdown computer via UPNP

Postby marco275 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 1:07 am

SharkHunter wrote:This pertaicular fix doen't make PMS better in my opinion. And it is not a minor change since the whole refresh/discover process changed. I know and I'm a programmer but programming is close to religion so what is hell for one is heaven for another :)


Maybe someone who's heaven it is can fix it then. :)
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Re: Plugin: Shutdown computer via UPNP

Postby marco275 » Fri Jan 27, 2012 10:22 am

Am I the only person that uses this plugin or with whom it's no longer working?
Now each time I want to shut down my server I have to startup my laptop to acces it with RDT.
So if there's someone who can fix this plugin i would be very greatful.

thnx.
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