[mythtv-users] New machine, transferring over
rbsteffes at gmail.com
Thu Oct 7 05:32:25 UTC 2004
On Tue, 5 Oct 2004 18:13:17 -0700, Jarod Wilson <jcw at wilsonet.com> wrote:
> On Tuesday 05 October 2004 17:34, Ryan Steffes wrote:
> > I hope this is as easy as it sounds in my head. I'm waiting on my CPU
> > to arrive from newegg before putting together a dedicated MythTv
> > machine in the living room. I've already resized the video partition
> > to take up just 150 out of my 200 gigs and I've made a partition for
> > the music I'm going to make it serve. I left about 15 gigs for system
> > and a small user file space for my wife. What I'm going to have to do
> > is take the hard drive and the capture card out of my current machine
> > and put them into the new machine.
> > Here's my plan:
> > Install Linux fresh.
> > Install MythTV on the new machine from the source I have running on
> > this machine.
> > Mount the video partition in the same place (/home/video) as it's mounted
> > now Copy the database over
> > Follow the steps to change the hostname
> > Change the settings for the master server in setup
> > It seems like it should be easy. Anyone spot any glaring stupidity?
> That's pretty much all there is to it. I've done the same thing a few times
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Ok, the transfer of the disk seemed to go smoothly. I didn't quite
follow the directions on changing the hostname, instead I did it mysql
updating hostname in a couple tables ( capturecard, jumppoints,
recorded, settings I think that's it). Everything SEEMS to be going
good, with one problem: Output is screwy. It seems every other
horizontal line is a green line.
I had this problem before, and if I remember right it just kinda
magically went away. Now it's back on the new hardware, and I don't
know what to do to fix it! I installed nvidia's latest drivers. I'm
running mythbackend version: 0.16.20040906-1
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