[mythtv-users] Installing my pchdtv-5500 working..
matthew at dansereau.com
Sat Apr 28 04:36:41 UTC 2007
Thanks for the info.
Jarod provided me with info "off-list": to a YUM update for my current
It worked great.
But on a side-note I am interested in the info you gave.
I believe that SVN is like installing from source (./make ./build ./install)
-- am I right?
If I am mixing apples and oranges here, the rest of the questions may not
make sence (I apologize in advance).
I have not had much luck with SVN (let me guess it needs to be installed
'yum install svn'?).
Is it a matter of prefference or is there actually any advantages to either?
I assume if I was able to build with scripts from source CORRECTLY the
system may be more stable or faster.
I prefer to RPM / YUM (just seems to work).
Am I right in saying RPM & SVN don't mix well?
I did follow the link though.
Was the idea to "patch" my existing install (pending a YUM update?) or was I
supposed to build from scratch.
On 4/27/07, R. G. Newbury <newbury at mandamus.org> wrote:
> Matthew Dansereau wrote:
> > Jarod,
> > I am using Comcast near Boston, MA
> > I am also having issues with channel scans too.
> >> Absolutely nothing. There's a bit of an issue with digital channel
> >> scanning with the latest mythtv packages from atrpms. For some
> >> reason, the v4l/dvb kernel headers they're built against broke
> >> scanning. I've let Axel know about it. Rebuilding the packages
> >> against older headers results in functional scanning. I plan to try
> >> to track down an actual fix for building against more recent headers
> >> (svn trunk has no problems) when I have time... For now, if you're
> >> running i386, ping me offlist and I'll let you at a working build
> >> I've got.
> Daniel C has been working on a number of inter-related trac tickets
> which all relate to problems with scanning for digital channels.
> He has an SVN branch which can be called with:
> svn co http://svn.mythtv.org/svn/branches/mythtv-channel-scan
> use the usual ....svn/trunk/mythplugins and myththemes
> I am using 13313 and it appears to scan properly without needing the
> 'quicktune' hack and with 'Unencrypted Only' set, using my HDHomeRun unit
> Try that.
> R. Geoffrey Newbury
> Barrister and Solicitor
> Suite 106, 150 Lakeshore Road West
> Mississauga, Ontario, L5H 3R2
> o905-271-9600 f905-271-1638
> newbury at mandamus.org
> Helping with the HTTP issue
> <a href="http://www.w3.org/Protocols/">HTTP</a>
> mythtv-users mailing list
> mythtv-users at mythtv.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the mythtv-users