[mythtv-users] rpms for mythtv 0.15
mmatsuzaki at kahala.net
Fri May 28 21:00:36 EDT 2004
Yep, worked for me. Everything back up and running 0.14 ---> 0.15 in
less than half an hour over a 802.11b wireless adapter.
Mahalos to Issac, Axel, Jarod, et al.
On Fri, 2004-05-28 at 04:12, Josh Burks wrote:
> Since my kernel and ivtv drivers are very stable (by my standards, I
> reboot once a month for good measure), here are the steps I took to
> Note: I build my system following Jarod's Guide back in Feb, and I'm
> using ATrpms for my rpm repo.
> 1. Stop the frontend and the backend.
> 2. apt-get update
> 3. apt-get install wget
> 4. apt-get install mythtv-suite
> 5. mythtvsetup, answered "no" to both questions, and after I setup a
> DataDirect account
> 6. mythfilldatabase, grabbed 12 days worth of programs for ~75
> channels in about 2 minutes.
> 7. start the backend
> 8. start the frontend
> 9. verify all went well, and it went better than expected!
> I opted to try to upgrade without upgrading my kernel and ivtv
> drivers, because last time (back in Feb.) when I attempted to upgrade
> the whole system, I broke everything. So I started from scratch, and
> glad I did.
> I hope yours goes as well as my (the whole process took me 15 minutes
> Josh Burks
> Dan Boger wrote:
> > On Fri, May 28, 2004 at 03:12:03PM +0200, Axel Thimm wrote:
> > > the Red Hat and Fedora Core rpms for mythtv, all add-ons, themes
> > > etc. have been uploaded to the usual places.
> > >
> > > http://ATrpms.net/name/
> > >
> > > Notes:
> > > o RH7.3 has not been rebuild for 0.15, since there are some C99
> > > constructs the RH73-gcc compiler cannot cope with.
> > > o Fedora Core 2 rpms are also available
> > > o mythtvsetup is in its own rpm now.
> > >
> > > Many thanks to Isaac and the developer crew, as well as Jarod for his
> > > excellent guide, and the testers and reporters of the CVS rpms.
> > >
> > Thanks for putting these up! Now I can attempt to upgrade from 0.14 to
> > 0.15. Does anyone have an idea which would be "easier":
> > - Should I just put in a new drive in the system, and do a clean install
> > (allowing me to back out to 0.14 if need be)
> > or
> > - Should I just run and apt-get dist-upgrade and let the magic happen?
> > Thanks for any suggestions!
> > Dan
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