[mythtv-users] .20 RPMS / or time to go source? Thoughts?
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Mon Sep 11 13:44:04 UTC 2006
I've been building the SVN mythtv stuff on my x86_64 and i686 FC5 boxes
for a while now. Builds fine from the svn stuff on FC5.
I haven't tried to make RPMs yet. Does anyone now how easy it is
to build MythTV RPMs from a script?
On 9/11/06, Stuart Larson <halcyon at obfus.com> wrote:
> > As I eagerly await the .20 RPMS I am thinking maybe it is time to just
> > compile instead from now on.
> > I am interested in users experiences with this. Ease of compile on
> > FC5, upgrade etc...
> > It is certainly nice to rpm -Uvh things in, but I wanted to know if
> > there are any advantages/disadvantages to this?
> > Just on a general reliability/WAF/not much time to maintain kind of
> > thread....
> > Thanks for the .20 release. Fantastic.
> > I have not seen the .20 RPMS yet. Axel? Just wondering on release of
> > those too...
> > Mark
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> It'll probably be a bit before RPMS are out, but Axel's pretty quick :D
> I've been compiling since mid .19-fixes, checked out from SVN. While the
> instructions aren't on svn.mythtv.org yet, just substitute 20 for 19 in
> the svn co command, and build from instructions on the wiki. Not hard at
> all, as long as you have the build dependancies installed. (I'm building
> on Ubuntu, but should be similar deps)
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