[mythtv-users] Is there a way out of this tar pit?
John J Tucker
Sun Mar 23 12:52:34 UTC 2014
Thanks for all the comments, but I can't boot Ubuntu 12.04 or Mythbuntu 12.04. Considering that the IDE issue appears to have existed for many years I have questions about the value of LTS. BTW Debian 7 does not have any problem booting or installing on my hardware with no changes to anything (BIOS or hardware settings) I guess I got turned off by booting Mythbuntu 12.04 live cd on a different PC to find that pulseaudio version that was installed was version 1. I know that pulseaudio is not absolutely required I do want to distribute the audio over my home network.
On Mar 22, 2014, at 10:56 PM, Stephen P. Villano <stephen.p.villano at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/23/14, 12:32 AM, HP-mini wrote:
>> On Sat, 2014-03-22 at 21:56 -0600, John J Tucker wrote:
>>> I am really struggling to find a solution and I'm tired and out of ideas.
>>> So, is there some other linux distro that I can build Mythtv .27.
>>> Thanks for any and all advice.
>> Moving away from 12.04 was a mistake.. leaving you with old packages or
>> having to compile.
>> A good soln is Ubuntu 12.04-LTS with mythtv 0.27+fixes courtesy of
>> mythbuntu ppa.
>> Fairly sure you don't need pulse audio at all to build or use mythtv.
>> Couple weeks time 14.04 is released & it will be a LTS version with
>> mythbuntu sourced mythtv..
> I was intending to ask the good devs on the list here, what is the
> prognosis for a Mythbuntu release upon 14.04 release?
> Personally, I'm dubious. It's *sort* of stable now, in its later beta
> stage, but for production?
> Now, for the record, *all* of my production boxes here are 12.04-LTS.
> LTS is *stable*. Anything else is not.
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