[mythtv-users] mythfronend stuttering
kirby at magnaspeed.net
Tue Jan 17 05:40:06 UTC 2006
John P Poet wrote:
>On 1/16/06, Reuben Perelman <reub2000 at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> John P Poet wrote:
>> On 1/16/06, Reuben Perelman <reub2000 at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> When I run mythfront end on my computer (mythbackend is running on
>>another computer connected to my tv) mythfrontend has short little
>>pasues every couple seconds. My computer is connected to the computer
>>running mythbackend through gigabit ethernet, which should be overkill
>>for mythtv. Mythfrontend runns perfectly on the same computer running
>>mythbackend. Both computers run gentoo linux with ck kernels. What is
>>the problem here?
>> Are you running SVN? If so, I can send you a patch which *might* help.
>> I'm using 0.18.1
>> Also, you can try compling with -Os instead of -O3. I have found that
>> How do I compile one package liky mythtv with -0s using portage?
>Sorry, can't help you there. I have never used Gentoo. If you were
>building from the SVN tree, I could help.
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You can change the 'global' compiler option settings in
/etc/make.conf.... You can change that file, emerge mythtv, and then
change it back (or leave it). I run gentoo also, but am running pretty
much the latest svn... All I did was fetched the latest svn, ran
.configure with some 'key' options (I use: ./configure --enable-xvmc
--enable-opengl-vsync --enable-dvd --enable-dvb --enable-proc-opt), then
qmake mythtv.pro, make, and finally make install. The only difference I
found was that gentoo puts the Mythtv programs in /usr/bin, and making
'directly' from svn puts them in /usr/local/bin....
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