[mythtv-users] Best Linux for MythTV
george.galt at gmail.com
Wed Nov 14 15:30:05 UTC 2007
What kind of help do you need for RPMRepo? I'm not particularly
technically proficient, but I can usually band away at something long
enough to get it working. Let me know what you need.
On Nov 13, 2007 12:26 PM, Axel Thimm <Axel.Thimm at atrpms.net> wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 12, 2007 at 06:16:09PM -0800, Ian Forde wrote:
> > On Mon, 2007-11-12 at 10:51 -0800, Blammo wrote:
> > > Over time I've migrated all my personal myth installations to Centos.
> > > I'm VERY fond of the stableness of the RHEL cores, and as long as you
> > > aren't running bleeding-edge hardware (hence the need for a bleeding
> > > edge kernel) you'll be very happy.
> > Ditto. I started my myth days on FC1 (i386), went to FC3 (x64), then
> > FC5 (x64). Now I'm running both of my backends on CentOS 5. And I've
> > got one HD-3000 tuner, 1 Firewire tuner, 2 PVR-150 cards taking a coax
> > feed, and 1 PVR-250 card taking a composite feed. There were a few
> > issues at first, but everything pretty much works now.
> > > The only caveat I can offer, is that right now there are a couple of
> > > packages from ATRPMS that are in the "testing" train, that you have to
> > > enable to complete a "yum install mythtv-suite". But in hundreds of
> > > hours of recording, and on machines that are thrashing 24/7, it's
> > > solid and stable.. and honestly, at the end of the day, my only
> > > choice.
> > I ended up skipping the atrpms mythtv builds, since I've been running
> > SVN for over 3 years.
> There are trunk packages at ATrpms, and if they are not updating fast
> enough for you, you are welcome to help producing more frequent
> package updates :)
> > But all of my dependent packages come from either Axel (atrpms.net)
> > or Dag (dag.wieers.com), so I don't have to worry about anything
> > other than myth itself...
> Dag and myself as well as a couple other folks are working on merging
> together: http://rpmrepo.org
> Everyone interested (and willing to pull up a sleeve or both) is
> welcomed to participate in the founding of rpmrepo as well. :)
> Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net
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