[mythtv-users] MythTV on Slackware 10.2?
fairlane at springcom.com
Tue Sep 26 02:19:05 UTC 2006
I've done it on slack 10.1, but it's been a while. I don't think it would be
too hard to write one, I found it very easy. I like slack because I prefer
to compile from scratch over rpms. But I can understand in today's world
that this might not be very desirable. Good luck I'd love to read it when
you get it done.
On Sunday 24 September 2006 07:11 pm, Eric Holt wrote:
> Hey folks. New to the list, my first post actually. Glad to see theres
> so much traffic on here. I've already saved a few posts that I think
> could come in handy with tips and tricks later on! So thanks ;)
> I built my HTPC just about two months ago and I love it. I have a
> PVR-150, a small square Chenming case dvd burner good speakers and a 19"
> LCD monitor as my display at the moment. I'm running KnoppMyth.
> However, I'm interested in getting my hands dirty and attempting to
> install the latest MythTV ontop of a fresh install of Slackware 10.2.
> Slackware is the distro I know the best and infact I'm pretty darn
> familiar with it. I have servers built for clients that I maintain
> based on Slackware and its just an extremely fast, stable OS.
> I've searched for some guides or how-to's on installing MythTV on
> Slackware, but they're all old, using Slackware 9.xx. I'm not sure
> exactly how much would be different, but I'm sure the "process" would be
> nearly the same. However, before I begin, does anyone have an updated
> guide or how-to on installing MythTV 0.20 on Slackware 10.2?
> If there isnt one, I'd be willing to write one up, as I do it. I'm not
> the best "technical writer" in the world, but I'm sure I could put
> something together. Eventually ;) I'd prefer to start with someones
> newer guide if there is one, so that I have minimal downtime for my HTPC
> box. I'd hate to get halfway in and get stuck for a day or two not
> having the box up and running and not be able to record any shows.
> Thanks in advance... I appreciate any information or suggestions anyone
> could provide. Also thanks for a great product, MythTV is awesome!
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