marko.nurmenniemi at kolumbus.fi
Fri Jan 18 21:35:55 UTC 2008
Marko Nurmenniemi wrote:
> Andy Burns wrote:
>> On 16/01/2008 22:44, Marko Nurmenniemi wrote:
>>> So from reading the trac and other sources it seems that the coming 0.21
>>> will release the multirec for all the good people who have chosen the
>>> path of the DVB
>>> Any real world test available or is it still breaking massively?
>> I notice that as of yesterday atrpms-bleeding has a version which
>> includes multirec which recently landed on the trunk, just to be clear
>> that doesn't mean it's released yet, however I've just taken the chance
>> and leapt from stable to bleeding to try it out, so far so good database
>> schema applied and backend restarted, just about to remove my tuners,
>> add them back and rescan ...
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> So I went for the bleeding...and instead of 3 tuners I now have 9
> "tuners", tweaked the setting to 3 simultaneous recordings for each of
> the cards. I have not tried to do crazy amounts of recording yet...
> If you don't remove the cards you can use the system but the multirec
> ability is not possible...just for people that might wonder about that.
> Small pixelation and slow menu loading besides the only real problem is
> that the mythweb is giving me the cold shoulder. No access (403) is the
> Any experiences?
> Naturally used to work just fine before the update.
> I'm running Fedora 9 with a x86_64 processor.
> The version is 0.21-174_trunk_r15447.fc8.x86_64
> Everything updated to latest versions yesterday.
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Ok, slow friday so I solved this before going to bed.
Seems that manuals are sometimes needed...
In /var/www/html/mythweb exists a file called INSTALL, in section 5.1
under Apache Config there is a statement about the need to transfer this
file (after properly configured) to /etc/httpd/conf.d/ under a new name.
In my .../conf.d/ was already a file called mythweb.conf which had only
four lines, seems that it was not correct anymor. It also states in the
instructions that renaming the file to start with z might enable
additional features. The config file was moved and renamed to
/etc/httpd/conf.d/z.mythweb.conf and after the apache restart the
mythweb is running again.
All is well.
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