[mythtv-users] Can an old school installation be salvaged?

Garrick Staples garrick at usc.edu
Tue Sep 11 17:40:27 UTC 2007

On Tue, Sep 11, 2007 at 08:27:25AM -0400, Dan Berger alleged:
> Hey all, I've been a MythTV user for three years. My system has worked
> flawlessly to my configuration (thanks in part to all of the experts who I'm
> sure are still on this ml) but obviously now I have to upgrade because of
> the Schedules Direct issue.
> The problem, however, is that I'm still running FC3 (2.6.11-1.35) and MythTV
> 0.19. I haven't upgraded the box since around June of 2006, an installation
> that still use apt-get. Needless to say, when I try to upgrade or
> dist-upgrade, dead/neglected repositories and cannot proceed.
> Has anyone been able to make this comeback? Is the only way of moving
> forward starting from scratch? Should I try switching to yum? Any advice
> would be greatly appreciated.

It's Fedora.  Upgrading every year is expected.

Just boot from an F7 DVD and upgrade.

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