[mythtv-users] -[S]- mythtvsetup on debian (ubuntu) missing

Michael Fox fox.michael at gmail.com
Fri Jan 13 01:55:45 UTC 2006

On 1/13/06, John Biundo <johnbiundo at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Raphael Pooser wrote:
> > far as I know it's not "bundled", certainly not in hoary that I've been
> > using.  You can get it from repositories though, so almost as good as
> > being bundled.  Those .18.1 repository builds were reported as broke for
> > breezy though, so not really bundled at all.  Maybe they're fixed now,
> > or maybe the guy who started the thread compiled the .18.1 source.
> > Raphael
> More:
> As Raphael said, not bundled. But available by enabling the universe
> repository.  Google on the Ubuntu web site for "universe" and you'll
> find plenty of stuff to tell you how to enable it.
> Question: Raphael, do you recall any details, or perhaps a reference, to
> what was broke with the 18.1 repository builds?  I've had a few
> mysterious things happen, but haven't seen any references to build
> problems before your post. Would love to connect up with others who may
> be having similar issues.

I am using Ubuntu Breezy and whatever version of Mythtv thats
currently in universe/multi-verse repository. I believe its 18.1, and
it works prefectly.

I am just having nuvexport issues, since the mjpegtools package on
Breezy has issues with nuvexport complaiing about the version of

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