[mythtv-users] MythWeb question
nate.strickland at gmail.com
Thu Nov 18 20:20:40 UTC 2004
I simply use apache's .htaccess for auth, as I figure that people have
better things to do than hack that simply to delete my tv shows, and
that if they did, it wouldn't be that big a loss anyhow.
On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 14:43:30 -0500, Christopher Flynn
<flynnguy at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 12:41:10 -0600, mjc <mjchiasson at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I know this might seem a little odd but I was wondering if anyone has
> > set up their MythWeb server to be accessible from an Internet web
> > page?
> Isn't this kindof the whole point of mythweb?
> > I want to set mine up so that my wife and I can be able to set our
> > mythbox to record programs while we are away at work. I have to linux
> > boxes running on my home lan: one my web server and one my mythbox. I
> > am running Myth v.16 right now, and MythWeb is accessible from any
> > computer in our house.
> Well I'm guessing your real question is that you have port 80 used for
> linux box 1 and you want to still access your mythtv box. If that's
> the case, just setup apache on your mythtv box to use a different
> port. Alternatively there is probably a way to tell mythweb to look on
> another server for the mysql database and nfs mount the directories
> for recordings.
> > I just wanted to know if anyone had any ideas, short of VNC using SSH.
> > Thanks in advance.
> I wouldn't use vnc but I would use ssh's excellent port forwarding
> abilities. That's how I do it so my router only has port 22 open and
> no one else can access it. Alternatively you can edit the .htaccess
> file to have usenames and passwords.
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