[mythtv-users] "Unable to find mythcommflag" in 0.17
david at thegeorges.us
Tue Apr 5 16:32:53 UTC 2005
On 4/5/2005 12:00 PM, mythtv-users.mythtv.org at tgice.com wrote:
> Chris Pinkham wrote:
>> This error message means mythbackend can't find mythcommflag, so even
>> though mythcommflag is in _your_ PATH, it evidently isn't in the PATH
>> of the user running mythbackend or the script that is running
> No, mythcommflag (in /usr/local/bin) is in root's PATH, and root is
> running mythbackend. I don't see anything in my init.d script for
> mythbackend that would change the default root PATH available.
If you are running a RedHat/Fedora based system (and possibly others)
the PATH is reset in /etc/init.d/functions. Look for a line near the
top that looks like this:
Add the following to /etc/sysconfig/mythbackend:
Of course there are several other solutions also.
>> Search for this error message on the mailing lists and you'll find
>> several solutions.
> Search where? I plugged "ERROR: Unable to find mythcommflag" and "to
> find mythcommflag" into Google, restricted to gossamer-threads.com and
> also unrestricted and didn't find more than a single hit on the dev
> list noting some CVS commit or something. Am I misspelling
> something? Am I searching in the wrong area?
HDTV capable frontend I am working on (now with a picture)
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