HDPARM, autostart.sh, more then (2) external drives
#1
i cant find the answer to my noob question,

I use the following in my autostart.sh to put SDA1 drive to sleep:
#!/bin/sh
(sleep 60;
hdparm -S 60 /dev/sda1
)&

which works, but how do i code a second drive? SDB2?

I have tried different variations of the code, i'm successful in getting SDB2 to sleep, but SDA1 gets skipped and keeps running, for example
#!/bin/sh
(sleep 60;
hdparm -S 60 /dev/sda1;
hdparm -S 60 /dev/sdb2;
)&

its got to be something small, i just can't figure it out. Any suggestions would be apreciated
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#2
None of this has anything to do with Kodi.  You should be addressing this with the developer of the OS you are using.
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#3
(2019-07-06, 17:45)ActionA Wrote: None of this has anything to do with Kodi.  You should be addressing this with the developer of the OS you are using.

ok, i thought i had posted in the correct area with it being Kodi\libeelec, let me see if i can delete this posting and check with OS
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#4
You can't, but I can. So I'll move it to off-topic.
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