[mythtv-users] mythicalLibrarian and mythfs.py

Richard Morton richard.e.morton at gmail.com
Mon May 31 12:09:05 UTC 2010

Hi there

Has mythfs been ported to .23? The version in the ubuntu repository looks to
be quite old...


On 28 May 2010 19:14, "Raymond Wagner" <raymond at wagnerrp.com> wrote:

On 05/28/10 13:34, Phil Linttell wrote:
> You have the option of physically moving the file, and lea...
You shouldn't do this.  Recordings should be kept in the recordings
directory and keep the same recording name.  If you're going to be
altering the recording, you should also be using the inuseprograms table
to ensure nothing else is currently using it.

> I hadn't looked at mythfs.py previously, and I admit this method makes
> a great deal of sense. ...
mythlink.pl and mythfs.py behave identically, except one uses symlinks
and the other uses FuseFS.  They both use a user-defined format,
specified on the command line, and work off the guide data in your
database.  The latter has the advantage that it can pull files from
remote backends, rather than only being able to use locally accessible
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