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Users / Re: New update for schedules direct
« on: September 06, 2007, 03:50:09 pm »
Install died somewhere in the middle, had to delete the .lck file to get it going again.
UI1 never showed the Yes/No buttons, just the text on the Hybrid Core. I had another orbiter I fired up, and the upgrade message was fine in UI2.
MythTV install went ok after the reboot, is it really a 20.2 or something hacked together?

Reboot/Install took a very long time due to having around 30k media files (video, TV, music, etc) and it looked like it re-imported or verified every one on the reboot.

MythTV old guide sources were removed from the setup, but not from the myth database. I had to erase all video sources to clean this up.

1 of 2 schedules downloaded successfully, the 2nd refuses to import. It is set up correctly in Schedules Direct, but after downloading all the data it pops up "0 of 0 shows" to import. Will keep working on this as all my HD tuners are off line now.

Standalone Myth front end on Gentoo, and using the ebuild prior to the 20.2 release still works to connect.

Users / Re: New update for schedules direct
« on: September 03, 2007, 08:18:56 pm »
Same issue here no response from the "" host entry.

There is an "" DNS entry to a different address (, I wonder if the host entry is supposed to replace that (when the new server is up)

Developers / Re: Compiling LinuxMCE version of MythTV
« on: August 30, 2007, 06:02:30 am »
I have a gentoo frontend connected to the core.

Try the following package:
     Installed versions:  0.20.1_p14146(07:02:21 08/09/07)

It's working just fine to the LinuxMCE core machine.

Might want to toss it into your /etc/modules file so it will auto-magically restart on boot.

Just wanted to add to the list the info on the ubuntu MythTV 20.2 packages posted to the MythTV user list:

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