[mythtv-users] Reinstalling the current Mythbuntu packages

Harry Devine lifter89 at comcast.net
Sat Feb 6 22:07:34 UTC 2010

I just put on version 22473 on my Mythbuntu box this AM from the weekly 
builds.  I checked out that version in SVN to implement a patch I've 
made to mythtvbackend.  I compiled my patch (which I've done before), 
then I stopped the backend and copied my new one over to /usr/bin.  Like 
an idiot, I never saved the original binary.  For some reason, the 
backend will not start.  The backend log says:

2010-02-06 16:52:13.160 mythbackend version: branches/release-0-22-fixes 
[22473M] www.mythtv.org
2010-02-06 16:52:13.162 Using runtime prefix = /usr
2010-02-06 16:52:13.163 Using configuration directory = /home/mythtv/.mythtv
2010-02-06 16:52:13.163 Application binary version (0.22.20091008-1) 
does not match libraries (0.22.20091023-1)
2010-02-06 16:52:13.164 This application is not compatible with the 
installed MythTV libraries. Please recompile after a make distclean
2010-02-06 16:52:13.165 Failed to init MythContext, exiting.

I don't want to install the entire SVN compile, just mythbackend.  That 
has worked before, but not now.  So, what I need to do is figure out how 
to put the original 22473 packages back.  I looked at the Synaptic 
Package Manager, and I see the various myth packages (mytharchive, 
etc.), but I can't find the one that I need reinstall the base myth 
packages (mythbackend specifically).

Any ideas?

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