[mythtv-users] Mythvideo & Mythmusic database
Dr. C Mythology
drcphd at gmail.com
Thu Aug 25 20:28:43 UTC 2005
Yeah, that's possible.
Make your frontend machine connect to the backend mysql database.
In the mythfrontend setup, go to 'General' and set 'Host name' to the
IP of your backend machine. Check if he user/password is correct.
Also make sure the mythtv mysql user is allowed to connect from
outside the localhost. On your backend machine, do this:
$ mysql -uroot -p
$ use mysql
$ SELECT User,Host,Password FROM user;
If you have only one mythtv entry with 'localhost' as host:
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON mythconverg.* TO 'mythtv'@'<frontend ip>'
IDENTIFIED BY '<same password>'
On 8/25/05, Justin Hornsby <justin.hornsby2 at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> I don't think I've ever seen anyone ask this, so here goes:
> Is there a way of having common video & music database entries for all
> frontends, as opposed to each machine having its own playlists & video
> lists etc?
> I have my music & videos stored on the backend machine, which is shared
> with NFS to everything else on the network.
> I sometimes use the backend machine for playing music in my computer
> room & I've set up playlists there. But obviously when I go downstairs
> the playlists aren't available on that frontend.
> I know I can go into the video or playlist tables & copy or edit the
> entries to change the hostname association, but is there a 'wildcard' I
> can use in the table so a playlist (or video list) will show on more
> than one machine? If not a wildcard, then a general setting to change
> to have 'public' lists rather than 'per-machine'....
> Thanks in advance
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