epgsearchblacklists.conf(5) Blacklist


You can create blacklists in epgsearch and use them in searchtimers.

A blacklist entry is like a normal searchtimer which is saved in the file epgsearchblacklists.conf.

While editing an searchtimer you can select one ore more blacklist entries.


Searchtimer ``Action'' use blacklist ``Damme''.

Blacklist entry ``Damme'' searches ``Damme''

First the searchtimer searches all films with ``Action''.

Then for each search result epgsearch will test if the result matches against ``Damme''. If so, the result will be dismissed.


This file uses the same syntax as epgsearch.conf except that theres no <use as searchtimer> field. So there's a shift by one field from this position. Because that, see "epgsearch.conf(5)".

AUTHOR (man pages)

Mike Constabel <epgsearch (at) constabel (dot) net>


Copyright (C) 2004-2010 Christian Wieninger

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