[mythtv-users] Update question
ashu.desai at gmail.com
Tue Mar 11 18:30:13 UTC 2014
On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 1:11 PM, Will Dormann <wdormann at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/11/14, 2:04 PM, A Desai wrote:
> > Thank you. I will take a note of the repos before I do anything. I guess
> > my gut tells me that "if it ain't broken, don't fix it". On the other
> > hand, I has been over a year since I did any sort of an update on the
> > machines so I think I should...
> If the machine isn't exposed anywhere (e.g. exposed to the internet)
> then you may want to listen to your gut. Best case scenario, you lose
> time. Your creativity is the limit for the worst case scenario.
No my machine is internal, and while I do have port forwards on to
access it from outside, all in all it's all in my "home" network. No
security issues as such.
> If it is exposed, then you'll definitely want those security updates.
> Just make sure you have up-to-date backups and a viable disaster
> recovery plan.
Thanks for the heads up. Although I have been off Xfinity (Cable) for a
year now, on DirecTV so no recordings since a year. Only Music, Videos and
Pictures. All backed up, so the only worst case scenario will be the
"system" - not the data. . Every 6-8 months I feel the itch to "do
something". Not natively a Linux guy, I love the fact that there are tons
of options - and even though I may not need one, I enjoy doing it.
Ironically though, not being a core Linux guy, I am not able to always
troubleshoot my way out of the screw-ups so while I love doing something
new, I worry about losing my system especially when I feel I don't really
have an absolute need for it. That's why I was wondering if Myth has any
significant updates - I am desperately waiting for the H265 that may be
coming with the myth version of ffmpeg.
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