I installed the hd-idle package but it does not seem to spin down my discs when I set it to spin down all disks after 10 min.
So I would like to simply run the command
hd-idle -i 600
at every boot/reboot.
Normally this could be achieved via cron by using
@reboot hd-idle -i 600
but this does not work.
Can someone tell me how I can have the simple hd-idle command be run at every boot/reboot?
the lazy thing ti do is setup luci-app-hd-idle
& use the menu in luci
oh some usb to ide adapters don't work btw
/etc/rc.local for running scripts on boot, but the luci-app-hd-idle sounds better.
The luci-app-hd-idle does not seem to work. Discs are not spinning down.
If call hd-idle manually and let it run, it works flawlessly. So I just need to make sure it is started whenever the system is started.
Normally you could use the LuCI built in Scheduler, but that does not seem to understand "@reboot".