[mythtv-users] upgrading from 0.18 to 0.20[Scanned]
matt.jarvis at imagesound.co.uk
Tue Nov 7 11:08:00 UTC 2006
Hoping someone here can advise me on upgrading from 0.18 to 0.20. Been
using mythtv for about the last 3 1/2 years, but recently have done less
updating on my home system as it all works well and we use it every day.
I have a 600GB raid 5 backend server in my basement with four freeview
receivers in it ( two PCI hauppauge nova-t, one usb2 nova-t and one
usb1.1 nova-t ) and several frontends around the house, some running
minimyth, some wireless and some wired on cat5. As there have been
pretty major changes, particularly in DVB-T which we use exclusively,
I've held off upgrading as everything was working ok. I now find myself
two major versions behind, with a pretty major task to upgrade
It's now got to the stage I would like to go straight up to 0.20 fixes,
and have it all compiled and ready to roll. Just wanted to know if
anyone using DVB-T in the UK can confirm if it all works ok, and let me
know any issues to watch out for before upgrading. I seem to remember
some discussion about myth protocol versus network mounted filesystems ?
There was also some issues with tuning timing on nova-t's if I remember
correctly, with a configuration setting in the setup screen ?
As I said I haven't been closely following the users list for a while,
so I hope someone can give me some guidance here.
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