[mythtv-users] Help running mythtv-setup
kenni at kelu.dk
Fri Mar 9 18:50:45 UTC 2012
Den 09/03/2012 14.57 skrev "James Klaas" <jklaas at appalachian.dyndns.org>:
> On Thu, Mar 8, 2012 at 7:47 PM, James Linder <jam at tigger.ws> wrote:
> > On 09/03/2012, at 2:16 AM, mythtv-users-request at mythtv.org wrote:
> >> Hi. My upgrade/reinstallation of MythTV seems to be going backwards.
> >> I'm a little frustrated at this point.
> >> I keep getting sidetracked by apparently irrelevant errors.
> >> I removed all the database files, I removed all the packages and tried
> >> starting over from scratch. I reinstalled the Ubuntu packages from
> >> the mythbuntu packages using 0.25 since I've got a Ceton.
> >> When I run mythtv-setup, I get the Country/Language dialog, but
> >> there's no Language list. Looking in the kern.log I see lots of
> >> errors about libQtCore.so.4.6.2 segfaulting.
> >> Can anyone help. This should be as clean an install as installing
> > >From your postings it would seem that you are not a wizz that can
install a myth system with his eyes closed so why would you be playing with
> > Standard (say 10.04 cause I've done that) ubuntu JustWorks when you
install the myth packages.
> > I've not tried but am confident that mythbuntu makes it very easy too.
> > Once you have a working 0.24 system THEN get bold and play
> > Using your ProductionSystem as a play ground will cause scratched knees
> > James
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> I am actually quite experienced with Myth, I just haven't had an
> active system for a few years. Why take a condescending attitude
> James, if you're not going to offer a constructive suggestion? It's
> very irritating.
> I'll be trying what Michael Watson said:
> > ... setting up a Backend only (No Frontend). I found that I needed to
install the frontend package
> > before I could set the Country/Language properly.)
> Unfortunately it's things like this that also irritate me, I shouldn't
> have to install the frontend to configure a backend only. You can't
> have mythweather without the front end either. Why would I need to do
> that at all on a backend-only system with mythweather on the web
> interface. I'm willing to deal with quirks like this, but if I don't
> know about them, it's pointless. This essentially a bare install.
> Whether the software is "beta" or not (the language issue happened in
> the 0.24 packages too), it shouldn't happen on a bare install.
You can't really call it a clean install if you're running with an old (and
partly broken) database and haven't cleaned out your ~/.mythtv directories.
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