[mythtv-users] Compile and Share?

Mike Carron jmcarron at starstream.net
Fri Mar 28 05:04:14 UTC 2014

On 3/27/2014 2:45 PM, Raymond Wagner wrote:
> On Mar 27, 2014, at 15:46, jedi <jedi at mishnet.org> wrote:
>> On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 04:43:50PM -0400, Greg Thompson wrote:
>>> I have 3 front ends that are Atom Based processors with GT610M graphic cards. I run xubuntu 13.10 on all front ends and the backend and compile myth/fixes.27 on my own for my system. Is there a way to:
>>> 1. Compile Myth on my Server/Backend and then copy the compiled binaries to the front ends without rebuilding?
>>> 2. If #1 is not possible, compile Myth on 1 of the front ends and copy the complied binaries to the other systems?
>>     You can even share the same copy of the myth binaries with NFS if you want.
>>     All of my ION frontends are setup in this manner.
> I do the same thing for my frontends, except using iSCSI.  There's one base disk image that gets periodically updated, cloned for the various frontends, and then those frontends rsync an overlay of configs the first time they boot into the new image.
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Is there a Wiki or other instruction somewhere that explains how to make 
that happen? I assume a CIFS share would also work.


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