[mythtv-users] protocol version mismatch, what's the best solution?
ijr at case.edu
Tue Oct 3 19:18:48 UTC 2006
On Tuesday 03 October 2006 2:23 pm, William Munson wrote:
> Kelly Reed Schuerman wrote:
> > I started out with myth 4 years ago compiling everything but have
> > since moved to binary packages, but this upgrade has brought me back
> > to compiling which I haven't done for some time so I have some
> > questions.
> > I am having the protocol version mismatch issue with FC5 atrpms binary
> > backend (protocol 31) and Ubuntu Dapper source build frontend
> > (protocol 30). I built from source on the frontend in hopes that it
> > would use protocol 31.
> > What is the best solution?
> > Build the FC5 backend from source to back it off to protocol 30? Will
> > there be any database version issues with this method? Is it possible
> > to load an older binary build for FC5 to back it off to protocol 30,
> > if so how do you specify that build with yum? Also, any database
> > issues?
> > Are there any binary packages for Ubuntu for protocol 31? Is there a
> > source package somewhere that will compile to protocol 31?
> You will need to build the 0.20-fixes branch to get a compatible proto
> 31 frontend. The poor choice to change protocols without changing the
> release rev is causing many problems for those who install packages.
How exactly do you propose to deal with different package maintainers
packaging different bits of (unreleased, pulled from svn) code? If I were
put out 0.20.1 right now from the fixes branch, that won't change the
situation at all.
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