[mythtv-users] mythbackend broken on Debian Lenny
jimham at porcine.com
Mon Jul 21 00:14:27 UTC 2008
Well, I think I've found the answer, see below.
>I've been running Myth for several weeks on a Debian Lenny box. It's been
>working so well that I've decommissioned my old Tivo.
>This morning when I updated Lenny the backend was uninstalled because of
>dependency problems (I think). It looks like mythbackend depends on
>trancode, which depends on liblame0. liblame0 now won't install without
>uninstalling almost all video apps. Do I have this right? Can anyone shed
>light on this?
-->>quoted from debian-multimedia.org<----
No my repository for Lenny isn't broken. I've changed the liblame0 libray
name to libmp3lame0, and some pakcages are not yet in Lenny, so some others
packages aren't installable (mythtv for example).
For now mencoder, mplayer-nogui, transcode and xvidcap aren't installable
mplayer-nogui should be installable the 21 July.
transcode should be installable the 23 July.
xvidcap should be installable the 26 July.
You can follow the unstable lenny transition here or also read my the
related entry in my FAQ
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