[mythtv-users] major regressions in 0.22

Michael T. Dean mtdean at thirdcontact.com
Wed Jan 13 19:55:36 UTC 2010


On 01/13/2010 02:48 PM, Jarod Wilson wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 2:31 PM, Michael T. Dean wrote:
>   
>> On 01/13/2010 02:16 PM, Dan Ritter wrote:
>>     
>>> I moved my storage disks and my firewire card to a new machine,
>>> put in a new system disk, and loaded up MythBuntu 9.10.
>>>
>>> Everything came across successfully (HDHR works, ScheduleDirect
>>> works, recordings are in place) except...
>>>
>>> FireWire recordings from my 6200-series STB went from failing
>>> once every 20-30 recordings to failing 99% of the time.
>>>
>>> I tried Steven Adeff's priming script, to no avail.
>>>
>>> Even when I get a good connection and recording, I'm pretty much
>>> guaranteed not to get one the next time around.
>>>
>>> Where should I begin looking? I've read the wiki entries on
>>> firewire priming, and tried them. It usually fails. This was all
>>> working on 0.21.
>>>       
>> s/major regressions in 0.22/major regressions when my distro changed
>> firewire stacks or something/
>>
>> (get that blame away from our feet :)
>>     
> More to the point, are you sure this is really a mythtv regression,
> and not a firewire driver or library regression (or something else),
> since you updated your entire distro?
>
> I'm not even sure which firewire stack *buntu runs anymore.

Yeah, I probably kicked that blame away a bit prematurely as I don't 
know anything about *buntu.

Thanks for the translation, Jarod.

Mike


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