[mythtv-users] Is Upgrading to SVN Worth The Trouble?
james at logicland.co.uk
Mon Jun 5 13:13:56 UTC 2006
Erm, I think you have to use Myth frontends and backends which use the same
"version". It is possible, but you need a frontend which uses the same
protocol version (just my name for it, don't know the real name), as the
backend. The version numbers aren't the SVN revision numbers. All I know is
that v0.19 uses numbers around 25-30.
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[mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Richard Freeman
Sent: 05 June 2006 02:41
To: Discussion about mythtv
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Is Upgrading to SVN Worth The Trouble?
James Buckley wrote:
> Personally I'd highly recommend it. Some of the things I noticed include:
Can I upgrade a single front-end / mythweb to take advantage of the
MythArchive support, or does the backend need to be upgraded as well?
If I upgrade the backend do I need to upgrade all my front-ends as well?
This is the main thing preventing me from using MythArchive at the
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