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        style="font-style: normal">Hi
        Stephen!</span></p>
    <pre class="western"><font color="#000000"><span style="font-style: normal">        Owner (blank!) Create and delete</span></font>
<font color="#000000">  Group Mythtv Create and delete</font>
        <font color="#000000">Others (nothing -never is) Access files</font>

<font color="#000000">  I’ve always seen ‘somebody’ (usually root or me) as owner.</font>

I am not sure about how MythTV-lite installs on RPi, so I do not know
what the correct ownership should be.  But if the RPi is only being
used as a frontend, its backend should not be running, and it is the
backend that uses those files on the RPi.  The recording files the
frontend should be accessing are on BE3.</pre>
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                <p>Appears the problem was with the RPi’s config.xml.
                  Frankly I was surprised when copying in the Backend’s
                  file solved the Frontend connection issue. So much for
                  me trying to look intelligent! <g></p>
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    <pre class="western"><span style="font-style: normal"><a href="mailto:stephen@mypvr:~/.mythtv$">stephen@mypvr:~/.mythtv$</a> ll co*</span>
-rw-rw-r-- 1 stephen stephen  629 May 26 05:06 config.xml
-rw-rw-r-- 1 stephen stephen 1038 Sep 20  2013 config.xml.crw-pvr
-rw-rw-r-- 1 stephen stephen  623 May  7  2016 config.xml.lith
-rw-rw-r-- 1 stephen stephen  629 May 26 05:06 config.xml.mypvr</pre>
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                <p>Well, of course on my Backend it’s not like that:</p>
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                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2">barry@Backend-3:~$ ll co*</font></font></p>
                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2">ls: cannot access 'co*': No such
                      file or directory</font></font></p>
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                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2"><a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:barry@Backend-3:~/.mythtv$">barry@Backend-3:~/.mythtv$</a> cd
                      /home/barry/.mythtv</font></font></p>
                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2"><a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:barry@Backend-3:~/.mythtv$">barry@Backend-3:~/.mythtv$</a> ll co*</font></font></p>
                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2">-rw-r--r-- 1 barry barry 599 Jun 3
                      10:14 config.xml</font></font></p>
                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2">-rw-r--r-- 1 barry barry 485 May 26
                      12:41 config.xml_before_link</font></font></p>
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                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2">/etc/mythtv/</font></font></p>
                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2">barry@Backend-3:/etc/mythtv$ ll co*</font></font></p>
                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2">-rw-rw---- 1 mythtv mythtv 452 May
                      26 12:28 config.xml</font></font></p>
                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2">-rw-r----- 1 root root 454 May 14
                      10:26 config.xml_original</font></font></p>
                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2">barry@Backend-3:/etc/mythtv$ </font></font>
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                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2">barry@Backend-3:/etc/mythtv$ cd
                      /home/mythtv/.mythtv</font></font></p>
                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2"><a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:barry@Backend-3:/home/mythtv/.mythtv$">barry@Backend-3:/home/mythtv/.mythtv$</a>
                      ll co*</font></font></p>
                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2">lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 22 May 12
                      17:59 config.xml -> /etc/mythtv/config.xml</font></font></p>
                <p><font face="Andale Mono"><font style="font-size:
                      10pt" size="2"><a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:barry@Backend-3:/home/mythtv/.mythtv$">barry@Backend-3:/home/mythtv/.mythtv$</a>
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                <p>I think my first got-it listing is the same as your’s
                  (/home/barry/.mythtv)</p>
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    <pre class="western"><span style="font-style: normal">Does BE3 have the mythweb package(s) installed?  That might be why</span>
<a href="http://192.168.0.3/mythweb">http://192.168.0.3/mythweb</a> does not work.  Or there could be Apache
config problems, which would show up in the Apache log files.</pre>
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                <p>Apparently not installed. I don’t recall installing
                  in the past, but that was years ago, plus things
                  change. It looks like going to the port displays
                  everything (and more!) the old systems’ mythweb
                  displayed.</p>
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                <p>And yes, this is a slightly late reply: I’ll admit I
                  was playing with the RPi Frontend now that we finally
                  got it working (thank you thank you thank you!!).
                  Wireless 5G almost works with a 1080i programme (I’m
                  in the U.S. so referencing those standards): had some
                  issues with Audio dropping out apparently due to the
                  Video speeding up slightly because of the amount of
                  data and dropped some. Did play around some with the
                  GPU memory allocation. A programme from a station with
                  720p resolution was a lot better but still minor
                  issues. A programme form a lower resolution substation
                  (480i) played fine.</p>
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                <p>Using a wired connection seems to solve the problem
                  (100Mbps vs. ~52 Mbps?). ...I may have to install an
                  Ethernet connection one place here after all. All the
                  current watch-TV positions are wired.</p>
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                <p>Oh, Closed Captioning didn’t work on the RPi (does on
                  the Backend) with or without the MPEG2 license; tried
                  default of <span style="font-style: normal">ToggleCC,
                    ToggleCC608 (VBI CC), </span><span
                    style="font-style: normal">and </span><span
                    style="font-style: normal">ToggleCC708 (ATSC CC). </span><span
                    style="font-style: normal">May be an issue with
                    MythTV Light as fairly certain works with the RPi
                    (older non-5G capability) though pretty sure regular
                    Myth on it.</span></p>
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                <p><span style="font-style: normal">S</span><span
                    style="font-style: normal">o looks like perhaps the
                    next step is the mythexport/mythimport.</span></p>
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                <p><span style="font-style: normal">Thanks! <br>
                    Barry </span> </p>
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