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This is a Tutorial to installing MythTV on a new installed Debian SID Machine.
 
This is a Tutorial to installing MythTV on a new installed Debian SID Machine.
  
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  apt-get install mysql-server
 
  apt-get install mysql-server
  
Dont forget to set a mysql root user password:
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Don't forget to set a mysql root user password if you haven't already done so while performing the installation:
  
 
  mysqladmin -u root password yourpasswordhere
 
  mysqladmin -u root password yourpasswordhere
  
 
Next, we need to add 2 more sources to our sources.list:
 
Next, we need to add 2 more sources to our sources.list:
  deb http://www.debian-multimedia.org/ sid main  
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  deb http://www.deb-multimedia.org/ sid main  
  deb-src http://www.debian-multimedia.org/ sid main
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  deb-src http://www.deb-multimedia.org/ sid main
  
 
Now, get the rest of the needed packages to build myth via:
 
Now, get the rest of the needed packages to build myth via:
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== Getting MythTV ==
 
== Getting MythTV ==
  
Now you can get mythtv sources, but unless you have a really good reason to use the latest version from sid maybe you should just:
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Unless you have a really good reason not to, you should probably just get the packaged version issuing:
 
  apt-get install mythtv
 
  apt-get install mythtv
 
and if you want extras you can search for them with apt-cache search mythtv
 
and if you want extras you can search for them with apt-cache search mythtv
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There are a few prerequisites that are needed when compiling MythTV from source.
 
There are a few prerequisites that are needed when compiling MythTV from source.
  
  $ sudo apt-get install libqt3-mt-mysql sudo screen
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  # apt-get install libqt3-mt-mysql sudo screen libfreetype6-dev liblame-dev
  
MythTV recommends that you create a mythtv user to compile and configure your MythTV installation. As root, do the following:
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MythTV recommends that you create a mythtv user to compile and configure your MythTV installation. This will prevent making mistakes that could render your computer unusable (i.e. doing a rm -rf * in the wrong directory). As root, do the following:
  
 
  # useradd -m mythtv
 
  # useradd -m mythtv
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  # visudo
 
  # visudo
  
Then add this line to the document (if you're in vi, press i, then type/paste the line, then press Esc and type ZZ then return):
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Then add this line to the document (if you're in vi, press i, then type/paste the line, then press Esc, type ZZ and press return):
 
  mythtv  ALL=(ALL) ALL
 
  mythtv  ALL=(ALL) ALL
  
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  $ mkdir mythtv_build
 
  $ mkdir mythtv_build
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$ cd mythtv_build
 
  $ svn co http://cvs.mythtv.org/svn/trunk/mythtv
 
  $ svn co http://cvs.mythtv.org/svn/trunk/mythtv
  
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  $ cd mythtv
 
  $ cd mythtv
  
When then start a screen so that we can leave the computer (close the ssh session) easily while the compilation takes place.
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Then start screen so that you can leave the computer (close the ssh session) easily while the compilation takes place.
  
 
  $ screen
 
  $ screen
  
If you can to leave the computer, just press Ctlr-A then press d. The screen will disappear from the screen but continue to run in the background. The get the screen back, type
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If you want to leave the computer, just press Ctlr-A then press d. The screen will disappear from the screen but continue to run in the background. The get the screen back, type
  
 
  $ screen -r
 
  $ screen -r
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The configure line above is only an example. In this example, the installation is configured to be under '''/usr/local'''. If you want to put it somewhere else, you can alter the '''--prefix''' argument. Run ./configure --help to see what options are available and necessary for you.
 
The configure line above is only an example. In this example, the installation is configured to be under '''/usr/local'''. If you want to put it somewhere else, you can alter the '''--prefix''' argument. Run ./configure --help to see what options are available and necessary for you.
  
To build the plugins, do the same thing, but using
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You will need to apt-get these packages to build all the plugins:
  
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$ sudo apt-get install libcdparanoia0-dev libmad0-dev libid3tag0-dev kdelibs4-dev libflac++-dev libxvmc-dev
 
  $ cd ..
 
  $ cd ..
 
  $ svn co http://cvs.mythtv.org/svn/trunk/mythplugins
 
  $ svn co http://cvs.mythtv.org/svn/trunk/mythplugins
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$ cd mythplugins
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$ ./configure --prefix=/usr/local
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$ make
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$ sudo make install
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Finally, you can build the themes using
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$ cd ..
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$ svn co http://cvs.mythtv.org/svn/trunk/myththemes
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$ cd myththemes
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$ ./configure --prefix=/usr/local
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$ make
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$ sudo make install
  
You will need to apt-get these packages to build all the plugins:
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MythWeb is really nice to have, and you can install it like so:
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$ cd ..
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$ sudo cp -r mythplugins/mythweb /var/www/
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You may need to edit the configuration file
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$ sudo nano /var/www/mythweb/mythweb.conf.apache
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change <Directory "/var/www/html" > to <Directory "/var/www/mythweb" >
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Next you will need to copy the configuration file to the httpd
  
  $ sudo apt-get install libcdparanoia0-dev libmad0-dev libid3tag0-dev kdelibs4-dev libflac++-dev liblame-dev libxvmc-dev
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$ sudo cp /var/www/mythweb/mythweb.conf.apache /etc/apache/conf.d/mythweb.conf
  
Finally, you can build the themes using
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You then need to make sure your web server can write to the 'data' directory in mythweb
  
  svn co http://cvs.mythtv.org/svn/trunk/myththemes
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$ sudo chgrp -R www-data /var/www/mythweb/data
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$ sudo chmod g+rw /var/www/mythweb/data
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$ sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
  
 
=== Building from packaged source ===
 
=== Building from packaged source ===
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Now you can setup mythbackend via mythtv-setup (there you will be prompted to seleted the user and password to access the database: use user root and the password you have selected earlier).
 
Now you can setup mythbackend via mythtv-setup (there you will be prompted to seleted the user and password to access the database: use user root and the password you have selected earlier).
  
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Latest revision as of 14:30, 14 November 2012

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This is a Tutorial to installing MythTV on a new installed Debian SID Machine.

Getting the necessary Debian Packages

Install the mysql server:

apt-get install mysql-server

Don't forget to set a mysql root user password if you haven't already done so while performing the installation:

mysqladmin -u root password yourpasswordhere

Next, we need to add 2 more sources to our sources.list:

deb http://www.deb-multimedia.org/ sid main 
deb-src http://www.deb-multimedia.org/ sid main

Now, get the rest of the needed packages to build myth via:

apt-get update
apt-get build-dep mythtv

Getting MythTV

Unless you have a really good reason not to, you should probably just get the packaged version issuing:

apt-get install mythtv

and if you want extras you can search for them with apt-cache search mythtv

Building yourself (experts)

Building from upstream

There are a few prerequisites that are needed when compiling MythTV from source.

# apt-get install libqt3-mt-mysql sudo screen libfreetype6-dev liblame-dev

MythTV recommends that you create a mythtv user to compile and configure your MythTV installation. This will prevent making mistakes that could render your computer unusable (i.e. doing a rm -rf * in the wrong directory). As root, do the following:

# useradd -m mythtv
# passwd mythtv
# visudo

Then add this line to the document (if you're in vi, press i, then type/paste the line, then press Esc, type ZZ and press return):

mythtv  ALL=(ALL) ALL

Now login (using ssh or directly on the computer) with the mythtv user and do the following:

$ mkdir mythtv_build
$ cd mythtv_build
$ svn co http://cvs.mythtv.org/svn/trunk/mythtv

This creates a folder called mythtv where the actual sources are in.

$ cd mythtv

Then start screen so that you can leave the computer (close the ssh session) easily while the compilation takes place.

$ screen

If you want to leave the computer, just press Ctlr-A then press d. The screen will disappear from the screen but continue to run in the background. The get the screen back, type

$ screen -r

and the screen will reappear.

Now compile MythTV with something like:

$ ./configure --prefix=/usr/local --enable-dvb
$ make
$ sudo make install

The configure line above is only an example. In this example, the installation is configured to be under /usr/local. If you want to put it somewhere else, you can alter the --prefix argument. Run ./configure --help to see what options are available and necessary for you.

You will need to apt-get these packages to build all the plugins:

$ sudo apt-get install libcdparanoia0-dev libmad0-dev libid3tag0-dev kdelibs4-dev libflac++-dev libxvmc-dev
$ cd ..
$ svn co http://cvs.mythtv.org/svn/trunk/mythplugins
$ cd mythplugins
$ ./configure --prefix=/usr/local
$ make
$ sudo make install

Finally, you can build the themes using

$ cd ..
$ svn co http://cvs.mythtv.org/svn/trunk/myththemes
$ cd myththemes
$ ./configure --prefix=/usr/local
$ make
$ sudo make install

MythWeb is really nice to have, and you can install it like so:

$ cd ..
$ sudo cp -r mythplugins/mythweb /var/www/

You may need to edit the configuration file

$ sudo nano /var/www/mythweb/mythweb.conf.apache

change <Directory "/var/www/html" > to <Directory "/var/www/mythweb" >

Next you will need to copy the configuration file to the httpd

$ sudo cp /var/www/mythweb/mythweb.conf.apache /etc/apache/conf.d/mythweb.conf

You then need to make sure your web server can write to the 'data' directory in mythweb

$ sudo chgrp -R www-data /var/www/mythweb/data
$ sudo chmod g+rw /var/www/mythweb/data
$ sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

Building from packaged source

If you include the following two lines in /etc/apt/sources.list

deb http://www.debian-multimedia.org sid main
deb-src http://www.debian-multimedia.org sid main

then you can use the usual

apt-get source mythtv mythplugins myththemes

to retrieve Christian Marillat's source packages, followed by (as superuser)

apt-get build-dep mythtv mythplugins myththemes

to setup the build dependencies. Now you can build with the usual

dpkg-buildpackage -uc -b -rfakeroot

as usual (in each of the three created directories).


Creating the database

Now create the database..

  mysql --user=root --password < /usr/share/mythtv/sql/mc.sql

Starting MythTV

Now you can setup mythbackend via mythtv-setup (there you will be prompted to seleted the user and password to access the database: use user root and the password you have selected earlier).