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This spec is for building MythTV RPM packages from a git checkout.
 
 
This spec is for building MythTV RPM packages from a subversion checkout.
 
 
It should be used along with the build_myth.sh shell script included
 
It should be used along with the build_myth.sh shell script included
at the bottom of this page.
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at the following link: https://github.com/MythTV/packaging/tree/master/rpm
 
 
Both of these ( the mentioned shell script, and the .spec file) are now primarily located in the subversion repository, and thus the latest version is available for download from this link:
 
http://svn.mythtv.org/svn/trunk/packaging/rpm/   The version/s shown below may be "older", and should not be considered the "definitive source".  edits made below may be lost.
 
  
This will presumably work with any version of fedora from version 5
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This will presumably work with any version of fedora from version 5 onward, and expects that you are pulling your packages from RPMFusion.
onward, and expects that you are pulling your packages from livna/rpmfusion.
 
If you use [[ATrpms]], you will probably need to rename a couple of the dependencies
 
to compensate for their different naming scheme.
 
  
 
Please read the documentation at the top of the file before using it.
 
Please read the documentation at the top of the file before using it.
  
 
[[Category:Scripts]]
 
[[Category:Scripts]]

Latest revision as of 16:07, 4 August 2017

This spec is for building MythTV RPM packages from a git checkout. It should be used along with the build_myth.sh shell script included at the following link: https://github.com/MythTV/packaging/tree/master/rpm

This will presumably work with any version of fedora from version 5 onward, and expects that you are pulling your packages from RPMFusion.

Please read the documentation at the top of the file before using it.