mrandhipitihop: interesting.  "It is a kernel bug unless I am missing some rule about sysfs timing."00:12
hipitihopmrand, that's my interpretation. I played around with a rules file in /etc/udev/rules.d and if I run "sudo udevadm test /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:04.0/usb3/3-4/3-4:1.0/input/input4" which happens to be my device, then it claims "sudo udevadm test /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:04.0/usb3/3-4/3-4:1.0/input/input4"00:16
hipitihopsorry, claims "udev_event_execute_rules: device event will be ignored"00:16
mrandkinda hard to use when it is being ignored ;-)00:17
hipitihopbut when the machine reboots, then "sudo cat /proc/bus/usb/devices" still shows it using usbhid driver00:17
hipitihopaah, am I missreading the result of the test ?00:18
hipitihopmrand, I thought that was the point of the exercise to get udev to ignroe the device and not load usbhid as driver.00:21
mrandhipitihop: I assume that is the point as well.00:23
unimaginativeI upgraded my mythbuntu install to 9.10, and now the 'lirc_mceusb2" module is misisng from the new kernel...00:29
hipitihopmrand, do you know if /etc/modprobe.d/usbhid mentioned in step 3 http://mythtvblog.blogspot.com/2008/04/getting-imon-0038-lcd-working-with-lirc.html is correct for ubuntu/karmic ? as all other files in /etc/mdprobe.d are *.conf00:51
hipitihop When I do "/sys/bus/usb/drivers/usbhid$ sudo echo -n 3-4:1.0 >unbind" I get "-bash: unbind: Permission denied" anyone help ?01:37
mrandhipitihop: at least on 9.04, it looks like that was still a valid thing to do.  My wild guess would be 9.10 hasn't changed.  Unless it has :-)   http://www.ivankuznetsov.com/2009/10/upgrading-iphone-firmware-using-vmware-and-ubuntu-9-04.html02:05
mrandhipitihop: or maybe it has changed to /etc/modprobe.d/usbhid.conf (http://xbmc.org/forum/showthread.php?p=402888)02:07
darkfroghey guys, just upgraded to 9.10 and I need the 6200ch binary to change channels via firewire, but it's expecting libraw1394-8 and Karmic has libraw1394-11, is there a known solution or an updated version?02:44
darkfrogwell, on the help.ubuntu.com wiki it says: "NOTE: The 6200.ch changer is included in the Ubuntu MythTV packages and is no longer needed for the Motorola 62xx STBs." but how do I configure Myth to change the channel then?02:46
rhpot1991darkfrog: I'm using that to change channels, whats the issue?02:49
rhpot1991IIRC I unpacked it and it just worked02:49
darkfrogrhpot1991: I downloaded it from here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MythTV_External_Channel_Changer a long time ago and that's what it references in the "external channel changer" in mythtv-setup...how do I rely on what's built-into mythtv now?02:50
darkfrogrhpot1991: are you running Karmic?02:50
mishehuwonder how long it will be before my hvr-2250 is in vanilla kernel tree :-/02:55
hipitihopmrand, ok sudo sh -c 'echo -n 3-4:1.0 > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/usbhid/unbind' and sudo sh -c 'echo -n 3-4:1.1 > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/usbhid/unbind' has managed to et usbhid to let go02:57
hipitihopmrand: driver finally listed as (none) see http://paste.ubuntu.com/312942/ ... I guess now the next step is, how to get it to bind lirc_imon03:01
rhpot1991darkfrog: yep its in contrib, you should be using it from there03:18
* hipitihop wonders why so many amphibians here hipitihop, darkfrog, toad03:24
mrandhipitihop: Can you keeping track of this stuff so a wiki page or some documentation can be done up once it is all figured out?03:26
hipitihopmrand, doing my best, as I sure don't want some other poor bugger to go through thi03:26
hipitihopI have now removed both the fdi an dudev rules, rebooted and simply done sudo sh -c 'echo -n 3-4:1.0 > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/usbhid/unbind' and sudo sh -c 'echo -n 3-4:1.1 > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/usbhid/unbind' and still listed s no driver03:29
hipitihopdo you know what the -n arg does on the above ?03:32
mrand       -n     do not output the trailing newline03:33
mrand(from man echo)03:34
rhpot1991anyone else seem to have random recordings that aren't flagging in .22?03:34
hipitihopso I'm contemplating reverse to lirc_imon e.g. sudo sh -c 'echo -n 3-4:1.1 > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/lirc_imon/bind'03:35
* hipitihop runs off to see if irw responds now03:37
hipitihopmrand, that's it !!! I did sudo sh -c 'echo -n 3-4:1.0 > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/lirc_imon/bind' and sudo sh -c 'echo -n 3-4:1.1 > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/lirc_imon/bind' and now sudo cat /proc/bus/usb/devices lists both using lirc_imon as the drive... irw finally responds in terminal and responds to all buttons on the remote03:45
mrandyou got the 3-4:10 from doing ls /sys/bus/usb/drivers/usbhid ?03:45
hipitihopobviously that is a manual solution so won't survive beyond a reboot, but I will work toward actually getting the rest of lirc config correct for all the keys so I can finally use mythtv with it and worry about automating all this after that03:46
hipitihopmrand, I guess that is one way but there can be other divices depending on what is plugged in... holdon going through notes03:47
hipitihopok "dmesg | grep 15c2" in my case shows input: HID 15c2:0043 as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:04.0/usb3/3-4/3-4:1.0/input/input4"03:52
Shred00there doesn't seem to have been weeklybuilds updates since may.  is that expected?03:53
Shred00also, will there be a myth 0.22 release for hardy from mythbuntu?03:53
mrandhipitihop:  and so maybe you want to do the following?   udevinfo -a -p /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:04.0/usb3/3-4/3-4:1.0/input/input403:53
mrandto find the modalias.... kinda like what I'd outlined here:http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Gyration-based_MCE_Remotes#udev_method03:54
mrandShred00: sorry, no 0.22 for hardy.03:54
Shred00damn.  some people really do buy into the whole LTS thing and not want to run around upgrading whole oses every six months.  :-(  i understand your position too though.03:55
ZinnShred00: Please watch your language.03:55
mrand0.21 was updated not too long ago I think... may doesn't seem right.   Oh, you said weekly builds.  they may have transitioned to "auto-builds" instead.03:55
Shred00Zinn: language?03:55
mrandShred00: yeah, I understand it kinds stinks, but actually the LTS thing is really for the software released around that time.  0.22 is coming 18 months later... almost in time for 10.04 LTS!03:56
hipitihopmrand, that doesn't work, but you are correct, you can then do "udevadm info -a -p /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:04.0/usb3/3-4/3-4:1.0/"03:56
Shred00is auto-builds something i should have transitioned to from weeklybuilds?03:56
ipwnuhello, I just installed 9.10 today and everything was working fine until i tried to tweak my display using the03:57
ipwnuhello, I just installed 9.10 today and everything was working fine until i tried to tweak my display using the03:57
mrandShred00: yes.... check out http://www.mythbuntu.org/auto-builds03:57
tgm4883well weekly builds and auto-builds are the same thing03:58
Shred00mrand: indeed, so google led me to03:58
ipwnuhello, I just installed 9.10 today and everything was working fine until i tried to tweak my display using the screen setup wizard / appearance03:58
mrandtgm4883: he said he hasn't gotten an update since May.  doesn't seem quite right.03:58
ipwnugui width03:58
ipwnunow I can't get rid of the panel along the top of the screen...03:59
tgm4883mrand, check the repo line?03:59
Shred00hrm.  maybe it's just the uk mirror that's out of date.  unfortunately the main mirror is not browsable03:59
tgm4883Shred00, there are 4 mirrors now04:00
tgm4883I would download and install the new mythbuntu-repos package04:01
hipitihopmrand, are you trying to get me to go the next step and use http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Gyration-based_MCE_Remotes#udev_method for my modealias so that it is automated ?04:01
Shred00weeklybuilds.mythbuntu.org has 0.21.0+fixes21768-0ubuntu0+mythbuntu1 which is the same as uk.weekly... which shows in a Packages file that has not been modified since May04:01
tgm4883also, it's worth noting that yes, LTS is Long Term Support, but that doesn't mean you get new releases backported to it04:01
Shred00yeah, i'm examining that package now04:02
mrandhipitihop: I'm no expert, but yes, I was wondering if that would be your next step (if that even works on 9.10)04:02
mrand21768 is current04:02
hipitihopmrand, isn't taht assuming though that the udev rules approach works ?04:02
hipitihopmrand, I thought that kernel bug was causing some of those attributes to not be available at the time of processing the rules04:03
mrandhipitihop: yeah, sorry... guess I was jumping around too much.04:04
hipitihopmrand, np, I also basically have no idea what I'm doing in this area so just checking :-)04:05
mrandLike I said, I'm no expert on it either.  I was hoping to hack on my gyration remote today, but didn't get to it.04:05
hipitihopmrand, are you having a similar problem ?04:06
mrandI don't know, haven't tried it in a long time.  I'm guessing that I will.04:06
Shred00ahhh.  there we go.  us.autobuilds.mythbuntu.org looks much fresher04:07
mrandBTW, [21768] is current for 0.21 though.  It's only a few months old (Sept)04:07
Shred00are final 0.22 packages (i.e. Nov. 6 release) available or just the 21-oct-2009 packages in http://us.autobuilds.mythbuntu.org/mythbuntu/trunk-0.22/?04:11
JT|workhey guys, is there a way to keep a certain directory tree cached in memory?04:12
carpenikehi all, trying to get a user job to convert recordings to iPhone format per this guide: http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Streaming_to_iPod_touch_or_iPhone04:13
JT|workthe large files that mythtv records trashes my filesystem cache04:13
mrandShred00: We're tracking 0.22-fixes branch nightly if you use auto-builds.04:13
carpenikeUsing the latest RC candidate for 9.1004:13
carpenikeBut the job doesn't appear to start ffmpeg04:13
carpenikeI can run it by hand manually.04:13
carpenikeBut when running it from the UI the ffmpeg process doesn't appear to ever start.04:13
mrandcarpenike: I don't know how much experience people here have with transcoding... searching the mythtv-users mailing list archive or asking on #mythtv-users may get more responses.04:14
carpenikeok thx.04:14
Shred00carpenike: yeah, that's probably better than the actual GA release anyway.04:14
carpenikeShred00: serious?04:15
Shred00carpenike: 0.22-fixes better than 0.22.0 release?  sure.  why wouldn't it be?04:16
carpenikeHmm.. You know, not sure which one I installed now. might actually be the GA. Is there an easy way to check?04:18
Shred00is 0.22-fixes being tracked in http://us.autobuilds.mythbuntu.org/mythbuntu/trunk-0.22/ or somewhere else?04:19
mrandShred00: sorry, yes... that is what is tracking it.04:20
mrandignore the trunk in the path.04:20
Shred00hrm.  the Packages file in there for Karmic says 22-Oct-200904:20
mrandcarpenike:  what does apt-cache policy mythtv-frontend give you?04:21
mrandShred00: That date sounds like the 9.10 .iso release.04:22
carpenikemrand: Installed: 0.22.0~zrc1-0ubuntu104:22
Shred00mrand: indeed04:22
mrandShred00: https://launchpad.net/~mythbuntu/+archive/trunk-0.22  shows 2276604:23
Shred00so maybe that autobuilds location is not tracking the 0.22 fixes branch.  i will take a look at the ppa04:24
Shred00myth's svn/track shows 22772, 44 minutes ago, so pretty close04:25
mrandcarpenike: that is indeed an rc.  I would expect an update would get you newer one.  I would personally suggest enabling the auto-builds ppa to keep up with the latest bug fixes: http://www.mythbuntu.org/auto-builds04:25
mrandShred00: yes, the ppa got built an hour ago or so.04:25
Shred00well, i guess i'm doing a hardy->karmic upgrade tomorrow.  but certainly not before i do some lvm snapshots.  :-)04:26
mrandShred00: I believe Ubuntu upgrades require you to go through the intermediate steps (8.10 and 9.04)04:27
Shred00anyone gotten any impressions on whether 0.22 is any heavier on video playback?  my BE/FE is just fast enough to playback currently.  don't want to have to beef it up if i don't need to.  using nvidia 5200 in it.04:28
Shred00mrand: naw.  i do apt-get dist-upgrade upgrades anyway, and every interim release is supposed to be able to update the previous LTS as the interim releases are making their way to the next LTS.  i saw specific commits in Karmic regarding smother hardy upgrades.04:29
Shred00in any case, i am an able hacker so i can fix any breakage that might ensue.04:30
Shred00and with the safety of a snapshot prior to upgrade, the whole thing can go to hell in a handbasket and i simply have to reboot on the snapshot i took and i am back to square one.04:30
ZinnShred00: Please watch your language.04:30
mrandShred00: interesting (re: upgrades).   Cool -that's good to hear.   Some of the new themes are kinda heavy, I think I heard the fallback is not04:30
mrandShred00: yeah, that's the way to do it if you can!04:31
Shred00Zinn: what language are you objecting to exactly?04:31
mrandZinn is a bot.  I think he triggers on any four letter word.04:31
Shred00oh jeez.04:32
Shred00h - e - double-hockey-sticks is a 4 letter word?04:32
mrand*shrug*  I didn't program him :-)04:33
mrandI gotta run.  have fun everyone.04:33
Shred00me too.  bed awaits.04:33
CyberKnetDo I need to upgrade to 9.10 to get 0.22? (I'm currently on 9.04)05:03
hadsThe official upgrade is either through every release or LTS to LTS, so 8.04 -> 10.04, or 8.04 -> 8.10 -> 9.04 -> 9.1005:04
hadsCyberKnet: I believe there is a PPA for 0.22 on 9.0405:04
CyberKnetSorry, I'm not familiar with the term PPA, would you be able to explain it to me please?05:04
hadsSure, https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas05:06
CyberKnetthanks hads05:06
hadsTry this I think; https://launchpad.net/~mythbuntu/+archive/trunk-0.2205:07
CyberKnetI'll check it out05:07
CyberKnetaah, a personal package archive.05:07
hadsYeah, they aren't really personal as such though :) SOme of them are by official teams such as the mythbuntu guys05:08
CyberKnetOh bother. There's already a FAQ entry on Mythbuntu.org about how to do this.05:08
CyberKnetdrat. Sorry :|05:08
hadsheh no worries, I haven't read it :)05:10
CyberKnetI should have.05:13
* CyberKnet is really looking forward to Terra05:13
CyberKnethmmm... many mythtv packages are being held back by apt-get05:17
CyberKnetaptitude time05:17
superm1CyberKnet, you dont need to use aptitude05:23
superm1just apt-get dist-upgrade05:23
superm1i'm not a fan of aptitude because it makes bad decisions sometiems05:23
superm1and if someone isn't paying attention they might miss it's bad decisions as they are made05:23
hadsYeah, it's useful sometimes if you pay attention.05:25
kschreyackHi Guys, I have a Hauppauge WinTV Radio pci card and I can't see the IR hardware via lspci -v.  I'm not too sure how to troubleshoot this.  Any advice?05:40
CyberKnetsuperm1: Yeah, I actually just noticed that. Luckily update manager was able to fix things05:57
CyberKnetbut ... now mythfrontend won't start05:58
CyberKnetit says Metallurgy is missing mainwindow.xml and is broken, tries to fall back to Terra, and sais it can't load mainmenu from menu-ui.xml05:58
CyberKnetthen mythfrontend exits05:58
* CyberKnet bites the bullet and does a 9.04 -> 9.1005:59
CyberKnetalready hosed my database up once today and had to restore from the backup that mythbackend wisely made.06:00
kschreyackbummer CyberKnet06:03
CyberKnetkschreyack: At least there was a backup - I was grateful for that.06:04
CyberKnetkschreyack: Though why mythfrontend won't start ... *shrug*06:04
CyberKnetkschreyack: I can only hope that the 9.04 -> 9.10 upgrade does some magic there.06:04
kschreyackhmm, my issue exists under 9.1006:04
CyberKnetkschreyack: Sorry, I have no idea :|06:05
kschreyackhowever we have some different issues going on.  I've got nothing going on with the DB or watch tv06:05
kschreyackso you have a WinTV card?06:06
CyberKnetNo, I have two other Hauppauge cards though06:06
CyberKnetPVR-500 and HVR-225006:06
kschreyackhow do you like the HD card?06:07
CyberKnet Very much. I get out of it exactly what I expected.06:07
kschreyackexcellent, good to hear06:08
CyberKnetI use it via QAM from Cox Cable06:08
CyberKnetvery happy with the video quality.06:08
CyberKnetbut then again ... I'm not exactly a videophile :)06:08
kschreyackyou doing 720 or 1080?06:08
kschreyackI've got 720 on a 37" LG06:09
CyberKneton a hitachi 50" plasma06:14
kschreyackvery nice ;)06:19
SteveGI filed a bug against mythweb on 0.22 with a clean load of 9.10.  Can anone else who has a clean build (and did not restore the favorites table - not in the new schema) confirm this for me.  http://svn.mythtv.org/trac/ticket/747906:39
CyberKnetYep. Update to 9.10 fixed it07:20
ScoobyHi, I'm having some serious problems booting into the live CD. I select English Language and boot it from the menu then it loads a buch of stuff and the screen will start blinking and it dumps me at the command prompt (ubuntu@ubuntu:#) with it still flashing. What's the problem?07:31
macdingoAnyone out there who has mastered lirc-alsa for IR remote?07:39
hipitihopamazing grib by usbhid... even adding usbhid.quirks=0x15c2:0x0043:0x4 to kernel parameters in /boot/grub/menu.lst doesn't stop it.10:04
hipitihopnow that I have lirc_imon driver being used correctly and I have confirmed via IRW that all keys on my remote generate a code, what else do I need to do to get lirc correctly  configured and integrated with mythfronend ?10:16
sebrockI'm having real trouble setting up jamu in 9.10, it keeps complaining about missing folders although it is set10:27
TFyrealoa :) im running mythbunto 9.10/karmic and have a porblem with my audio11:25
TFyreanalogue audo 5.1 (3 stereo jacks)11:25
TFyreVLC plays 100% fine11:25
TFyrethe myth internal player doesnt want to play the sound...11:25
TFyrethe video part is 100% fine11:25
TFyreany ideas?11:25
TFyreaudio output: ALSA:default11:25
TFyrechannels: 5.111:25
TFyrespeaker-test also works fine on all channels11:25
bobbiesI just did a fresh install of mythbuntu 9.10 and it cann't read my videos Directory which is located on a second drive. I've set the permissions as my Pictures dir is on the same drive and it works fine (the permissions are the same). I think I've gotten everything setup correctly in myth setup, unless there is a new spto to set that wasn't in mythbuntu 8.0.415:16
darkfrogI've got the HD-PVR and now that I've upgraded to .22 and 9.10 I'd like to set it up...is there anything I need to install or should it just work?  I currently have the PVR-250 working15:22
Shred00~sigh~  "DB charset pre-conversion test failed. Your database seems to be partially corrupted."15:32
Shred00but my /etc/mysql/my.cnf doesn't seem to contain anything at all about character sets per http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Fixing_Corrupt_Database_Encoding15:32
Shred00given that I still have a copy of the old database intact what's the easiest way through this quagmire?15:33
mrandShred00: I think there is a thread that might help... hold on.15:57
mrandShred00: check out http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/mythtv/users/406111  and http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/mythtv/users/40647716:00
Shred00is every mythbuntu user running into this problem?16:02
Shred00what a mess16:02
mrandActually haven't heard of any.16:03
Shred00prior to that error i got:16:03
Shred002009-11-08 10:13:58.177 DB Error (Index creation failed.):16:03
Shred00Query was:16:03
Shred00Driver error was [1/-1]:16:03
Shred00Driver not loaded16:03
Shred00Database error was:16:03
Shred00Driver not loaded16:03
Shred00i wonder if this is a mis-reporting of a different error or something16:03
mrandI think that second link may cover the "driver not loaded" thing16:06
Shred00i *hate* screwing around with mysql16:09
mrandyeah, it shouldn't be necessary in all but the most rare cases.16:09
mrandAnd in case of bugs, or bugs in the past.16:10
Shred00even bugs in the past, if known, should be dealt with in upgrades16:10
mrandThat I've seen, the devs try very hard to deal with stuff properly (seemless upgrades).  But from the above threads, it seems that there are a few bugs they aren't yet comfortable dealing with in an automated fashion.16:12
Shred00i don't seem to have the latin1/utf8 mix-match that http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Fixing_Corrupt_Database_Encoding describes as bad16:24
Shred00i in fact only have:16:24
Shred00Client characterset:    latin116:24
Shred00Server characterset:    latin116:24
Shred00i don't have the other two characterset settings16:25
Shred00why does the backend need OpenGL?16:40
Shred00why is it linked with *any* GUI libraries at all?16:41
RobfrHalifaxHi all.  I've installed the latest version of Mythbuntu and it's almost functional.  I'm currently on the Database Configuration screen (page 1 of 2) and it tells me that "Myth could not connect to the database"  Can anyone provide information on how to fix the issue?17:12
RobfrHalifax(hostname is localhost, user is mythtbv, password is random 8 digit string)17:13
RobHalifaxSorry - client crashed17:26
RobHalifaxQuestion regarded the initial database configuration screen under the latest version of mythbuntu.  Wondering how to work around the "myth could not connect to the database" message that appears.17:29
Josh__Is there a way to switch back from mythbuntu to ubuntu-desktop?17:35
superm1just turn off auto login and pick change seession at the login screen17:38
Josh__And remove all the myth* packages from the system?17:38
superm1if you dont want myth sure17:39
superm1i thought you just wanted to change the desktop17:39
Josh__superm1, I'm running mythtv trunk on a mythbuntu system. When I upgraded mythbuntu it reinstalled all the binaries from 0.22-fixes17:48
superm1Josh__, just re-enable the trunk ppa17:49
superm1using mythbuntu-repos17:49
superm1and it will load the trunk packages17:49
LR78are there configuration files/settings for mythvideo/mythgallery/mythmusic ?  I'm trying to configure my diskless frontend image as much as I can such that I don't have to edit too many settings on each frontend.19:22
sebrockI'm having real trouble setting up jamu in 9.10, it keeps complaining about missing folders although it is set19:22
LR78specifically a way to set the directories19:22
tgm4883LR78, iirc, that would all be database stuff19:28
`ph8hi all, we're just trying to setup our first myth box ever (msi media live) - we've got the latest (9.10) install disk but when we click the 'install myth' icon from the disk (we're using it in a live environment right now) nothing happens, we see a crash report but we can't view it's contents - sound familiar?19:29
`ph8 (so this is when ubiquity's starting)?19:29
govatenthow can i change mythweb to port 8484 from 80? using ubuntu and mythweb is already running fine on 8019:35
RobfrHalifaxWhat's the default user/pass for the mythconverg database?19:48
mrandRobfrHalifax: see /etc/mythtv/config.xml19:49
Seeker`is it possible to disable pulseaudio?19:53
`ph8sorry guys - got d/ced! So we're trying to setup myth on our new msi media live - got the 9.10 mythbuntu cd - no matter which install option we choose we always seem to end up in what i'd term to be a 'live' environment19:53
`ph8and then when we try to 'install mythbuntu' - nothing happens - i've tried running it from the command line19:54
`ph8(with no errors)19:54
`ph8does this sound like a common problem? I thought the media live was like the best device ever19:54
`ph8do you think maybe i should ditch 64 bit?19:55
`ph8could that be it?19:55
mrand`ph8: certain not a common problem.  Never heard of it, actually.  Did you check the disk (at the first menu when you boot)?   When you boot to the live environment, is there an icon for "install mythbuntu"?  Certainly give non 64-bit a try, but that shouldn't be it.19:55
`ph8or if anyone knows where ubiquity stores its logs that might be nice19:55
`ph8yep there's an icon, that's what's not working19:56
mrand`ph8: that's beyond strange.19:56
mrandSeeker`: yes, there are ways.  I've never done it, so I hesitate to recommend it.19:56
mrandCause I don't know the exact steps19:56
ZinnSorry I don't know about pulse19:57
ZinnSorry I don't know about pluseaudio19:57
ZinnPulse Audio, aka kitten killer.  See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PulseAudio for more information.  Pulse Audio seems to cause problems with MythTV.  If you are having trouble, see https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/460579 for potential work arounds19:57
Seeker`my sound has stopped working since an upgrade to 9.1019:59
Seeker`I am using HDMI out19:59
`ph8thanks mrand, will try 32 bit and get back - will also check cd for defects as haven't done that19:59
mrand`ph8: you're welcome.20:00
mrandSeeker`: sorry, don't know anything about HDMI out, but I can imagine it is different even still20:00
LR78tgm4883, you remembered correctly, all in the settings table, thanks20:11
RobfrHalifaxmrand - I cat'ed the config.xml file as per your suggestion and carefully noted the password and username.  I inserted those into the database config screen of the mythsetup and they were rejected.  Any other suggestions?20:15
tgm4883RobfrHalifax, separate frontend/backend?20:16
RobfrHalifaxI've asked that they both run on the same machine (as I had with my previous install on my fc6 box)20:17
RobfrHalifax(which worked like a charm until the hd blew up yesterday :'-(20:18
mrandRobfrHalifax: the values in that file should match /etc/mythtv/mysql.txt, and the contents of the stuff in ~/.mythtv - but if you're having trouble, see if any of those disagree.20:29
RobfrHalifaxI'll check20:30
mrandIf you find one that is different, try it.  that's my only idea.20:30
RobfrHalifaxI did the install from scratch, so I'm not sure what's going on.  Could it be a permissions problem?20:34
RobfrHalifax(The password entries are all the same)20:35
mrandI thought that the setup stuff typically handled all that.  As I recall, you don't have to enter anything.  Only time I recall seeing it ask is when the backend or sql database are messed up.20:36
BlueCamelHello. Any plans for nvidia-1.90 in the mythbuntu repos soonish?20:38
tgm4883superm1, ^20:38
superm1that's a difficult problem20:39
superm1because we dont have the open source library libvdpau in place20:39
BlueCamelI used the nvidia 1.90 driver from jya's repos prior to doing a mythbuntu 9.10 install and found it to be quite stable over the 1.8520:39
tgm4883could we put both on -testing?20:39
RobfrHalifaxIs installing mythtv manually on the latest ubuntu disrto difficult to do?20:40
ZinnSorry I don't know about exist%20:40
superm1tgm4883, needs some testing20:40
superm1and it needs to actually live in the PPA itself unfortunately20:41
tgm4883sad times20:41
tgm4883!existing - RobfrHalifax20:42
ZinnSorry I don't know about existing - RobfrHalifax20:42
tgm4883!existing | RobfrHalifax20:42
ZinnRobfrHalifax: http://www.mythbuntu.org/existing-ubuntu20:42
superm1tgm4883, i'll try to do an experiment with it on my personal ppa and see how things turn out20:42
RobfrHalifax@zinn - cool - I'll try that20:47
RobfrHalifaxDinner (and thanks for the advice guys)20:47
Shred00anyone recall the mythtv irc channel off-hand?21:06
tgm4883Shred00, mythtv-users21:07
tgm4883Shred00, #mythtv-users21:07
`ph8hi all21:34
Shred00where is mythconverg_restore.pl?21:34
`ph8just finished installing our msi media live box21:34
`ph8but we've setup the remote wrong!21:34
`ph8anyone with an msi media live know what the remote type should be?21:35
`ph8I setup the only msi one in the list, which appears to be incorrect?21:35
hadsShred00: It's in the 'mythtv' package.21:37
hadsWhich may not be installed on some systems.21:37
hadsIt's kind of a bug I guess.21:37
Shred00indeed, not installed here.  and wow, installing it brings in quite a few dependencies21:39
`ph8anyone know what the type of control is that comes with the media live? I thought it was pretty popular21:45
superm1hads, yeah that's fixed in the latest -fixes packages, but not in the package that made it in 9.1021:45
`ph8anyone? please? any idea what the control that comes with the msi media live is?21:56
hadssuperm1: Cool22:02
`ph8for future reference it's a windows media remote (hence the large windows button i guess)22:05
`ph8don't suppose anyone knows how to get the lcd working on the same?22:05
Seeker`upgraded to 9.1022:07
Seeker`autologin doesn't work any more22:07
Seeker`try to log in to "mythtv session", screen goes white then dumps me back at login again22:07
Seeker`any ideas?22:09
Shred00mythconverg_restore.pl is in the mythtv package22:25
Shred00ahhh. seems it's in /usr/share/mythtv and in the mythtv-database package22:36
Shred00which seems a reasonable package to put it in22:36
hadsHumm, depends what repository you're using I gess.22:37
Shred00i'm using the ppa22:38
hadsYeah, as superm1 said above he fixed it.22:39
hipitihopcan someone link me to this channels archive... I posted a link to a kernel bug related to udev rules not firing and now lost the link23:23
hipitihopnever mind found it @ http://irclogs.ubuntu.com23:28
Seeker`anyone having problems with nova-t 500 remotes not working properly after an upgrade to 9.1023:34
pepinitoHi! I m having a strange problem. Chanel Up and Channel Down works ok, but when change channel by number mythtv fails. Any ideas?23:40
pepinitoBtw, this is my log error:23:41
pepinito2009-11-08 20:36:28.889 MythSocket(251e7a0:38): readStringList: Error, timed out after 7000 ms.23:41
pepinito2009-11-08 20:36:28.889 RemoteEncoder::SendReceiveStringList(): No response.23:41
pepinito2009-11-08 20:36:28.896 LiveTVChain(live-merlin-2009-11-08T20:36:14): SwitchTo() not switching to current23:41
pepinito2009-11-08 20:36:28.917 TV: Attempting to change from Watching WatchingLiveTV to None23:41
pepinitoAnd I m running backend and frontend in the same machine.23:42

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