[mythtv-users] best setup in my case
jayaeu at gmail.com
Tue Sep 28 02:05:29 EDT 2004
I see. I haven't really found the time to get to know the database
structure MythTV uses, so I'll stick with the setup GUI for the time
Thanks for the SSH hint, I'll try that out ASAP! I really should have
gotten myself a 24 unit rack instead of the 12 unit one I have now. Oh
On Mon, 27 Sep 2004 15:43:16 +0000, Paul Woodward
<paul_woodward at fastnet.co.uk> wrote:
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: Albert Ulmer [mailto:jayaeu at gmail.com]
> >Sent: Monday, September 27, 2004 03:12 PM
> >To: mythtv-users at mythtv.org
> >Subject: [mythtv-users] best setup in my case
> >I'm evaluating MythTV for use as my main TV recording and viewing
> >software. I've got every room networked with everything terminating in
> >a 19" rack in my closet, where I also have cable access.
> 19" rack is the way to go!
> >I'd like to run a few networked frontends without a TV capture card
> >which are connect to the backend over the network.
> >1. Is this possible at all? Can the frontends get live video streams
> >from the backend's TV capture card?
> Yes, although only one front end can access the TV card at any point in time. The rest can view recordings etc.
> >2. Is there any way to run the backend in "headless" mode, without a
> >TV or monitor connected? How can I make changes to the configuration
> >of MythTV without myth-setup?
> Yes, if you want to make setup changes, X windows forwarding from another linux box is the way to go. The setup program which you need to edit channels (can be done in database) or add TV cards (also can be done in the database) is a GUI program. ssh -X <ip address> will auto set up the forwarding for you.
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