Thu Sep 20 15:16:44 UTC 2007
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You'll have to set mythfrontend to start automatically when you login
as user mythtv, you'll need to add it to your startup session. I did
it graphically, but I think you can do it by editing
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And then, of couse, you should have your machine to logon automatically.
On Dec 17, 2007 3:27 AM, Harry Devine <lifter89 at comcast.net> wrote:
> I originally installed my Myth system with Mythdora 4.0, but have since
> updated it to the 11/19/2007 SVN RPM from Axel's site. Whenever I boot
> my box now (have had some power outages recently, so sometimes the box
> shuts off; I really need to look into an UPS, huh? ;-) ), mythfrontend
> doesn't start automatically as it did when I had the Mythdora setup
> installed. So, I figured I could just add /usr/bin/mythfrontend to my
> /etc/rc.local file. However, when the box boots up, the frontend still
> doesn't start. I don't see anything in /var/log/messages to indicate
> why this is.
> Is /etc/rc.local an acceptable place to do this? If not, can someone
> give me an idea of where I should to this?
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