[mythtv] Ticket #12259: Unable to play recordings on my TV set (Philips 32PFL5007K/12 TV)

Tom Lichti tom at redpepperracing.com
Tue Sep 30 12:42:04 UTC 2014


On Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 4:37 AM, John Pilkington <J.Pilk at tesco.net> wrote:

> On 30/09/14 08:29, Janusz S. Bien wrote:
>
>> Quote/Cytat - MythTV <noreply at mythtv.org> (Sun 28 Sep 2014 01:36:53 PM
>> CEST):
>>
>>  Getting master to build under SL6 wasn't entirely straightforward but
>>> it's
>>> working well as my only active Myth box.
>>>
>>
>> Testing the master is my intention from the very beginning, however all
>> my attemps to use it fail sooner or later.
>>
>> Recently I've compiled it succesfully on Debian sid (BTW, checkinstall
>> failed, I had to use a 'raw' make install).
>>
>> I had already a database created with 0.27.
>>
>> When I tried to run mythtv-setup, at first there was the problem of
>> mysql password and privileges which I have learned already to solve (in
>> the right way, I hope).
>>
>> Now I have problem that mythtv-setup wants to upgrade the TV schema from
>> 1317 to 1331 and claims it is impossible. I had already such a problem
>> during my first attempts to install 0.27, but it somehow vanished and I
>> don't know what to do now.
>>
>> I've removed the database in hope that mythtv-backup will create a new
>> correct one, but I understand now it's not its job.
>>
>> Any suggestions?
>>
>> Best regards
>>
>> Janusz
>>
>>  I'm afraid these areas (DB management and Debian) aren't ones that I'm
> familiar with, so someone else might be able to offer better help. ISTR
> that my schema upgrade did complain in mythtvsetup but completed under
> mythbackend.  I don't use startup scripts, just run mythtvsetup, followed
> by mythbackend, mythfrontend and any other jobs in tabs in the Konsole
> terminal emulator.
>
> Have you run this (with appropriate changes) recently?
>
> perl /usr/share/doc/mythtv-docs-master/contrib/maintenance/opt
> imize_mythdb.pl
>
>
If you've completely removed (dropped) the database, the above won't do
anything.  If you installed from source, then run:

mysql -u mythtv -p < /path/to/mythtv/src/mythtv/database/mc.sql

and enter the mythtv database password. This will create the shell of the
database again. Then I believe you will need to run mythtv-setup again, and
then run mythbackend from the command-line, and not as a daemon, then you
should be able to 'confirm' the upgrade. Those might not be the exact
steps, but it should get you moving in the right direction.

Tom
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