Using mplayer with seme desktop symbols for streaming stations and wlan :-)
lothar.behrens at lollisoft.de
Sun Jan 4 10:28:21 CET 2009
I think that the problem of the error message is not killing mplayer, but the
script gets reported to stop unexpectly. Propably there should be
Chris Samuel wrote:
> On Sun, 4 Jan 2009 11:17:56 am Daniel Nöthen wrote:
>> What you probably mean is the killall -SIGKILL command which kills the
>> process without giving it the chance for run any cleanup routines.
> It depends on what the programmer has specified signal handlers for, so if
> they'd coded something just to deal with a user getting disconnected
> but not for ^C (SIGTERM) then you're better off sending that program
> rather than SIGTERM.
> Not to mention submitting a patch make it handle SIGTERM too.. ;-)
> Fortunately mplayer does the right thing in this case.
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