[mythtv-users] Help with mythweb please

Mercury Morris mercury.morris at gmail.com
Wed Dec 20 18:27:15 UTC 2006

On 12/19/06, Chris Petersen <lists at forevermore.net> wrote:
> Mercury Morris wrote:
> > Perhaps one day, there will be Wiki pages such as "Mythweb on Fedora",
> > "Mythweb on Ubuntu", etc., supplied by folks who have successfully matched
> > their specific Linux distribution to your Mythweb plugin.
> Well, which one are you running?  Fedora 5+ should work fine with that
> file, and I did my best to make sure that ubuntu would work, too.
> *Especially* after I just disabled the compression stuff, which was the
> only section that required modules that .20 didn't.
> Also, by installing the svn version, you should already be aware that
> you are participating in the process if smoothing out kinks in the
> install process, etc.


I am running Fedora Core 5, installing the SVN version of Mythweb.

And as you indicate, I will contribute my experience getting Mythweb
to work on Fedora Core, just as soon as I succeed in doing so.

First tho, I would just like to get Mythweb working in the simplest way
possible.  At this point, the easiest way for me is to try the ".htaccess"
file method (I have not yet worked on it).

Other posters in this thread have indicated that I will have to study
Apache before I can understand how to code the mythweb.apache.conf,
and then copy/move it to /etc/httpd/conf.d/mythweb.conf.

So, if I get ".htaccess" to work, then I will have something to fall back on
as I experiment with mythweb.apache.conf.  After I succeed with the
mythweb.apache.conf file, I will be glad to post all the steps I went thru
in getting it to work.


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