[mythtv-users] Best distribution for MythTV
beppo75 at web.de
Tue Sep 1 11:34:55 UTC 2020
Am Dienstag, 1. September 2020, 13:16:52 CEST schrieb John Pilkington:
> On 01/09/2020 11:25, Paul Gardiner wrote:
> > On 01/09/2020 10:58, John Pilkington wrote:
> >> FWIW I have been using Gary Buhrmaster's build script to create sets
> >> of rpm packages for some time now. I wouldn't want to create
> >> additional demands on his time, but creating a new set of packages
> >> for, say, master in Fedora 31 now has the command line (perhaps after
> >> a 'git pull') :
> >> ... rpm ] $ ionice -c3 ./BUILD_MYTHTV_RPMS -r
> >> fedora-31-x86_64-rpmfusion_free
> >> On my 10-year-old Core2duo machine that takes about 90 minutes. I
> >> build there for el7 too, but there's a vpx conflict with
> >> el7/kde/plasma that needs minor specfile edits. The build processes
> >> are done in clean environments using mock.
> >> https://github.com/garybuhrmaster/packaging/blob/master/MythTV/rpm/README
> >> https://github.com/garybuhrmaster/packaging/commits?author=garybuhrmaster
> >> https://github.com/garybuhrmaster/packaging
> > That's interesting. I wonder if I could fork that and convert it to
> > OpenSUSE. Maybe I don't need to change distros.
> On my el7 box (which I don't use for these builds) these distros are
> apparently covered. Just specifying the right .cfg could work.
> ls /etc/mock | grep suse
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you don't need to change your distro, I build my own rpms for OpenSUSE for
I use the spec files from the Packman repo and modify it for mythtv-v31.
If you are interested, I can share you spec file.
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