Recently installed the 0810 and had a few issues trying to get MythTV to work. Initially it failed to download, then after trying the below code (found in a Viking post via google) I was able to get the MythTV setup option in Computing and Mythweb up and running.
I had to remove some modules first (mythtv common) as it had 0.23 installed and this was conflicting with the mythtv backend it was trying to download. Once I removed it the below seemed to get me most of the way there:
apt-get install mythtv-backend=2:0.22.0-fixes22779-0ubuntu0 mythtv-common=2:0.22.0-fixes22779-0ubuntu0 mythtv-database=2:0.22.0-fixes22779-0ubuntu0 mythtv-frontend=2:0.22.0-fixes22779-0ubuntu0 mythtv-transcode-utils=2:0.22.0-fixes22779-0ubuntu0 libmyth-0.22-0=2:0.22.0-fixes22779-0ubuntu0
apt-get install mythweb=2:0.22.0-fixes22785-0ubuntu0
- MD (Hybrid device for me) :
apt-get install mythtv-frontend=2:0.22.0-fixes22779-0ubuntu0 libmyth-perl=2:0.22.0-fixes22779-0ubuntu0 libmyth-python=2:0.22.0-fixes22779-0ubuntu0
This also downgraded the libmyth-perl and libmyth-python that was installed by default.
Now I can record shows via Mythweb and play them back via the Media player within LinuxMCE, but if I try and launch TV via the Media scenarios I get the error:"I cannot play this media. Perhaps there is not a valid device in this entertainment area capable of playing it."
I figure this manual fix has screwed something up but I am not sure what?
MythTV Player appears as a device under the onscreen orbiter for the hybrid. Is there something else I can do? Ideas, suggestions?
: Incidentally the sudo /usr/pluto/bin/Diskless_CreateTBZ.sh is still spitting out the mythtv error:
E: Broken packages
#### Package pluto-mythtv-player failed (/tmp/tmp.RNVXu16861) - We wait 10sec and try again - to stop retrying press Ctrl-C.
Editing the source list didn't seem to help (as per Wiki http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Error_Running_Diskless_CreateTBZ.sh