MythbuntuGuest84hello everybody00:40
Nixon<everybody> Hello MythbuntuGuest84!00:40
MythbuntuGuest84i'm in trouble setting up tvout00:40
=== MythbuntuGuest84 is now known as Diesis
Diesisnobody could help me ?00:41
Diesisi use an nvidia 5700 connecte via svideo00:41
Shadow_MDiesis, did you try using nvidia-settings01:14
perilousapricotdiesis: I have a geforce 5700 and nvidia-settings works for me01:27
Shadow_Mhow do you get things to autorun in mythbuntu01:58
oobeShadow_M, what do you mean dvds what?02:07
Shadow_Mautorun programs02:09
Shadow_Mand scripts02:09
oobeyeah that02:10
hadsThere's probably a frontend I don't know about.02:10
oobethere is02:10
oobei cant remember where02:10
hadsIt will be called sessions or startup or something02:11
Shadow_Min the menus?02:13
Shadow_Mdamn xfce02:14
ZinnShadow_M: Please watch your language.02:14
Shadow_Mdang xfce02:14
superm1Shadow_M, and in that directory, they need to be .desktop files02:16
superm1not just scripts02:16
superm1so put the scripts elsewhere and craft the .desktop files for them02:18
superm1there might actually even be an application in the xfce settings menus that does this magic for you too02:18
Shadow_Mhmm i have heard that but havnt found it02:19
superm1i know there is such a thing for gnome, it's possible its not available for xfce though02:21
superm1who knows02:21
hadsI think in the settings thingy maybe :)02:22
hadsAnd yeah I forgot to mention the desktop files, I assumed there would be stuff in there to copy.02:23
superm1yeah mythtv.desktop should be in there to base yours off of02:23
Shadow_Mbut shouldnt xfce have something like gnome02:32
Shadow_Mor no02:32
Shadow_Mi am just asking02:32
llI'm having problems getting the MythTV Database Configuration program to work03:37
llI get the error message Cannot Login to Database?03:38
llI don't think it is the password03:38
Shadow____Xwhat is having the issue the frontend?03:38
tritiumll: I think it might be.  Why do you think it's not?03:38
llI'm somewhat of a Linux newbie but I've been reading and trying whatever looks like it might help03:38
Shadow____Xll, are you trying to use a frontend03:39
llI'm trying...03:39
llMythTV Backend Setup03:39
Shadow____Xll, what do you have setup already03:39
tritiumll: did you see my question?03:40
llI have MySql setup as far as I know. I can start that at least. Other than that this is the very first thing I am trying03:40
llsorry, bit of a slow typer03:40
Shadow____Xll, did you use mythbuntu or just install it on ubuntu03:40
llI started with gOS, with is Google's version of Ubuntu. I can't remember if it had Myth or not, but I think it did03:41
tritiumll: gOS is not Google's version of Ubuntu.03:41
llOk, distro??03:42
Shadow____Xgos isnt googles distro03:42
tritiumNo affiliation with Google.03:42
Shadow____Xgos is designed to use google services online03:42
tritiumYou're thinking of goobuntu03:42
llOh, hehe. My mistake.03:42
Shadow____Xthats all03:42
Shadow____Xll, you will be better off downloading mythbuntu03:42
llI am using gOS for sure though.03:42
Shadow____Xand it will be setup faster03:42
lland add the google services i like later?03:43
llI'll have to download the whole thing again?03:43
Shadow____Xwhat are you trying to achieve03:44
Shadow____Xthen we can go from there03:44
llI only own one computer. I want it to do everything: multimedia, games, surf, etc. I had Micro03:44
llsoft windows media center 2005 before03:44
hadsI think I'd use Ubuntu for that.03:45
hadsThat's just me though.03:45
llI want to try Ubuntu too.03:45
hadsYou can either use the Ubuntu install disk and install mythtv or use the mythbuntu install disk and install ubuntu-desktop03:45
hadsIf you install mythbuntu-control-centre then you will be able to install the ubuntu-desktop03:46
llAnd then to the Ubuntu install Myth, and then add Google's various add-ons.03:46
* hads doesn't know about these Google bits03:47
llI'm interested in the Google stuff for portability. Don't have to be tied to one computer to do "normal" computer work.03:47
llSo, I'm in the middle of downloading a bunch of stuff using Ktorrent. Since I like to tinker, I'd like to mess with my current installation and see if I can't get the Myth to work. Some of the help I've read indicates that MySql might be the problem...03:49
llI've got a few days to kill before the stuff is downloaded so why not see if I can't get it to work03:49
llI can try via a terminal program and post the results. would that be helpful?03:50
hadsSo what exactly is the issue?03:50
llI can't get the database configured when startting MythTV BackEnd Setup03:51
llError message says Can't login to database?03:51
llI'm using Ubuntu 8.1003:52
ZinnIf you are having problems connecting to your mysql database, you can perform the following to reconfigure it: 1. sudo dpkg-reconfigure mysql-server-5.0 (pay attention to the root password you set, you will need it for the next step) 2. sudo dpkg-reconfigure mythtv-database 3. sudo dpkg-reconfigure mythtv-common03:52
llI've done something similar to taht, but you have  a couple of things in there that are new. I'll try taht and come back in a few minutes. Thank you!!03:53
hadsSure :)03:53
llOk, got that all done. should I try to run the MythTV Backend Setup again now?03:58
llSame problem. Would you like the info from the terminal program?04:00
llDoes the message "No UPnP backends found" mean anything at this point? I'm assuming that I'm beginning the installatoin of that....04:03
hadsNope that doesn't mean much, pastebin the output.04:07
llafter the graphical program quits, it goes to a terminal program which seems to be doing the same thing. And there a rea a number of messages. Like no error type from QSqlError? Strannge... and some others, but I don't see how to copy them. is there a log somewhere that I can copy and paste from?04:08
llI've tried highlighting the text and control-c but that doesn't seem to work04:09
hadsI have to head out for a bit sorry.04:09
lllater. beer and a lady?04:09
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Paladineanyone alive?05:22
ZinnPlease don't ask if anyone is around or if it is alright to ask a question.  Many people check back periodically and may answer your question when they see it.  IRC is not normally an instant fix so check back often for an answer.05:22
tritiumHi Paladine.05:23
Paladinehey trit05:23
Paladinejust wondering if it is safe to kill X in mythbuntu or not05:23
=== N1X0N is now known as Nixon
PaladineI noticed something is tied to the session earlier05:23
rhpot1991Paladine: should be05:23
rhpot1991sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart05:23
rhpot1991will restart it for you05:23
PaladineI dun wanna restart it I wanna stop it :)05:23
rhpot1991should be able to stop there as well05:24
rhpot1991then start to bring her back up05:24
Paladineyes I know how to stop x :)05:24
Paladinek thanks everything is still running fine :)05:27
tritiumsuperm1: any idea what TV tuner is in the mini 10?05:47
superm1tritium, yes.05:58
tritiumAre you allowed to disclose?05:58
superm1as far as i'm aware not very many details are public on it, so more than likely no05:59
tritiumFair enough -- I just hope linux support for the tuner is a possibility.05:59
tritiumHave a good night, superm1.06:03
superm1tritium, you too06:03
pretenderwhen i do a scheduled recording with mythtv it watch recording and my recordings directory is empty.  However when i go to previously recorded the recording is there.07:38
pretenderthats the entry not the recording07:38
hadsHow much free space you got?07:41
pretender16.2GB free07:42
hadsNot a lot, perhaps your recordings are expiring.07:42
hadsCheck the07:42
ZinnMythTV logs are stored in /var/log/mythtv/   You can use mythbuntu-log-grabber from the Applications menu or via command line to automatically post the most relevant logs to our pastebin.07:42
pretenderdone.  I am welcome to any suggestions that you may have to fix this problem07:44
superm1pretender, if you used mythbuntu log grabber, post the url here07:45
hadsYou've actually got 7GB available for recordings.07:49
hadsI think your recordings are expiring due to not enough free space.07:50
hadsNot much log to see there though.07:51
pretenderill see if i can free up some space thanks07:55
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duffrecordsI need some help configuring my Hauppauge HVR-160017:12
duffrecordsI updated the kernel as well as a bunch of other packages last night, so I had to rebuild the cx18 driver17:12
duffrecordsbut the card isn't working like it used to17:12
duffrecordsdoes anyone know why I would get the error "Failed to open frontend" when using dvbscan?18:37
=== N1X0N is now known as Nixon
MythbuntuGuest84Hello, I want to stream recordings from mythweb, however when i try to configure streaming from Myth frontend, it just quits and takes me back to the desktop. Is there a bug I'm not aware of?22:21
MythbuntuGuest84I have 8.1022:22
MythbuntuGuest84Need logs for this? Let me know22:23
duffrecordsyou mean when you try to play video, it crashes?22:31
AntharianWhat are the "Gotcha's" in 9.04?22:32
MythbuntuGuest84duffrecords, are you talking to me?22:34
tgm4883_laptopAntharian, "gotcha's?22:36
Antharianwell like 8.10 has a banged up static ip issue22:37
Antharianand that is already in full release mode22:38
tgm4883_laptop9.04 knocks up your sister22:38
tgm4883_laptopwe're working on that though22:38
Antharianfilthy bugger...22:39
Antharianwell, as long as it has a better behaved network config model.  The 8.10 is nasty.22:41
MythbuntuGuest84duffrecords, no,  When I go to front end and select setup and try to configure mythstream, it just exits out if the frontend22:43
MythbuntuGuest84that make sense?22:44
duffrecordsyeah, that does sound like a bug then.  do you have the latest version?  from source?22:45
MythbuntuGuest84I have 8.10 Direct Alternate download iso.  I know there was a bug in that one with another issue I had.22:49
MythbuntuGuest84The other thing I noticed is that Most of the selections have a picture, for example for Optical disks have a picutre of a CD, however there is no picutre for mythstream...22:50
MythbuntuGuest84duffrecords, I wasnt abel to find any bugs on it, do you see any?22:52
MythbuntuGuest84or know of any22:52
duffrecordsI haven't actually used Mythstream before, so I'm not sure22:53
MythbuntuGuest84Anyone else have any ideas?22:54
Anthariandoes 9.04 have the same 8.10 issue with Static IP's ?22:54
stiev3There are quite a few solutions to 8.10's network manager and that static ip issue.23:03
stiev3not enough reason to go to 9.04 imo.  if we're talking about the same thing: http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-set-a-static-ip-address-in-ubuntu-810-intrepid-ibex.html23:05
AntharianThe problem with these solutions is that my dhcp3-server won't start correctly until after the system has been booted to the desktop and network-manager starts up... I can't seem to sort out what is up with this... I've tried many permutations of the solutions listed there.23:07
AntharianOther than the static ip issue, I am quite impressed with the performance of 8.10 over 8.04.23:14
stiev3ah, I went on that adventure for a few days too, came out the other side with a working 8.10 acting as my dhcp server/router and a few diskless clients.  Probably not qualified to help you out that much, as all I do is combine tutorials until I make a breakthrough :)23:20
Antharianstiev3: did you end up just taking the network manager out all together?23:21
stiev3Yeah, I ended up using wicd23:22
stiev3which from as far as I could tell, wasn't configured to handle two interfaces23:23
stiev3so I then went with webmin to configure everything related to the dhcp server and firewall rules.23:24
Antharianwell, I did the 8.04 -> 8.10 "upgrade" yesterday and opted to go back to 8.04 today... but after seeing the difference in performance from 8.04 and 8.10, I want to go back to 8.1023:24
Paladinestiev3, thin clients?23:27
PaladineI just made a myth backend out of a HP thin client :)23:27
hadsThere's a performance difference between 8.04 and 8.10?23:29
stiev3Antharian, I ended up following this tutorial i think: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=926001 after replacing network manager with wicd.23:39
stiev3And the only pitfall I had was that a certain setting in one of my config files kept being overwritten on resets, and I think the solution was this: http://www.uluga.ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=6060607&postcount=523:40
rhpot1991IMO its easier to just tell your router that such and such a mac address gets such and such an IP address23:45
rhpot1991especially when you have multiple boxes that need this done, then you have a single point for changes23:45
* rhpot1991 is in love with jumppoints23:48

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