[mythtv-users] Who Moved my Cheese? (HDHomerun systenmd hassles revisited)
perkins1724 at hotmail.com
Sun Mar 4 20:11:54 UTC 2018
On 5 March 2018 5:42:30 am David Williams <mythtv_david at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I’m in the processof preparing for 0.29. In the MythTV arena I’ve discovered thingsgo more smoothly if I pilot and practice. I’ve set out to build aspare parts box and connect it to my two external tuners, load Ubuntu16.04.4 and Myth 0.28, record a few things and then update. Once I pilot the change I'll employ it on my main box. My basesystem is combined FE/BE with an SSD for software and a separate harddrive for storage.
> I thought I wasnever going to get past Ubuntu 14.04 because of the systemd issue. Itkinda reminded me of basic training all those years ago (I’m oldenough where I faced the draft) where I was the guy the TI describedas the doofus whose shoes looked like he shined them with a Hersheybar. So I’m kind of leery of posting at all thinking Airman Doofusmight be making a rookie mistake since I’ve always been and remainin awe of the knowledge on this board.
> Last time around Ieventually figured out how to make 0.28 work and the catalyst wasdiscovering and following Steven Worthington’s guide to a “T” . The Cheese metaphor refers to the fact that having thrice loadedUbuntu and Myth from scratch and following the guide letter forletter things don’t seem to work.
> Run these commandsas root or use sudo at the front:
> cd /etc/systemd/system
> mkdir mythtv-backend.service.d
> chown root:rootmythtv-backend.service.d
> chmod a=rx,u+wmythtv-backend.service.d
> cd mythtv-backend.service.d
> Inthe new subdirectory you need to create your override file. It can
> have any name as long as it ends with .conf. This will createan
> empty file for you to edit:
> chown root:rootmythtv-backend-override.conf
> chmod a=rwmythtv-backend-override.conf
> Now edit yourmythtv-backend-override.conf file and put in the
> overridesneeded to make mythbackendwait until the network is up. In
> Mythbuntu 16.04 if you havenot disabled Network Manager, then it can
> beused to tell when the network is up enough for external accesses to
> work. For that, put these lines in yourmythtv-backend-override.conf
> Then runthis command (sudo or as root):
> systemctl enableNetworkManager-wait-online.service
> Then you should beable to reboot and have mythbackendwait until the
> network is up before it starts.
> What happens is I’mable to load FE and BE software just fine. However when I schedule ashow the recording light comes on briefly on either the ota or cablecard tuner and I receive the message “Single recording +0recording” just like on my primary box. However Watch Recordingdisplays show(s) selected but nothing seems to be saved and I get the0.00 GB message. IIRC this is where things went awry last time beforeI employed Steven’s corrections.
> I’m wondering ifI’m missing something and I would very much appreciate your help.
> Dave (aka Airman Doofus)
Hard to tell without the BE log file. Maybe storage group folder permissions?
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