tgm4883EvilGuru, what is you reason for moving to 11.04?00:06
Shadow__Xany ideas on the motd thing?00:23
GibbyI am not sure where mythbuntu puts  issueing the mthtv-status, but it sounds like you need to get /etc/motd working correctly first, i put it as i said above in my .bashrc file and now i see it when i log in via ssh01:08
patdk-lapit's not /etc/motd01:22
patdk-lapit's /etc/update-motd.d01:23
Gibbynot it is /var/run/motd technically, /etc/update-motd.d is what updates /var/run/motd which has a s-link to /etc/motd01:26
Gibby/etc/update-motd.d holes the scripts ran to update /var/run/motd01:27
Gibbyyou can disable the automatic update of motd, then just put whatever you want in motd01:27
Twiggy2centsIs recommened to upgrade mythbuntu releases or is that an at your own risk option01:38
tgm4883Twiggy2cents, depends01:38
tgm4883Uness there is a legit reason to upgrade, I recommend staying on LTS releases and using mythbuntu-repos to keep mythtv up to date01:39
* Gibby seconds that01:52
Twiggy2centstgm4883, the problem I have is that I want to stay up to date on my main machine, but I just want my BE to run.  Eventually I will have db schema differences when a new release of mythtv comes out.  What would I do in that situation?02:02
GibbyTwiggy2cents, so your main machine is also your BE?02:04
Twiggy2centsno I meant that I want my FE to stay up to date and my BE to just work02:05
Gibbykeep them both on LTS and use autobuilds02:07
Twiggy2centsMy Fe is Fedora.  It doesnt have LTS does it?02:12
Gibbyno it doesn't02:12
Twiggy2centsI upgraded my BE when I fresh installed my FE a while back.  The world didnt end.  Is there a good possibility that it could break stuff?02:13
Twiggy2centsHmm or maybe I used autobuilds to update02:14
Gibbyjust check which version the BE and FE are giong to when you do an update first02:15
Twiggy2centsDoes Autobuilds give me the option to build the newest release02:15
Zinn[www.mythbuntu.org] AutoBuilds rebranded to MythTV-Updates and Mythbuntu-Updates! | Mythbuntu02:16
Gibbyread that02:16
Twiggy2centsOh, so I am on 10.04, when 0.25 comes out I will have the option to upgrade to it?  Am I reading it correctly?02:18
Gibbyyes that is correct02:20
tgm4883!repos | Gibby02:31
tgm4883!repos Twiggy2cents02:31
ZinnGibby: The Mythbuntu team provides updates for MythTV and Mythbuntu package using the Mythbuntu Repos http://mythbuntu.org/repos02:31
tgm4883Gibby, in the future link to that page please02:31
ZinnSorry I don't know about repos Twiggy2cents02:31
Gibbytgm4883, will do02:34
Shadow__XGibby: so what do you recommend i do02:43
Gibbytry this,02:44
Gibbysudo cat /dev/null > /var/run/motd02:44
Gibbythen log out and back in02:44
Shadow__Xyou have to put sudo after the > or just do it as root02:48
Shadow__Xbut besides that same thing http://pastebin.com/LgG2Y65w02:48
Zinn[pastebin.com] Linux Intel-Myth 2.6.32-32-generic #62-Ubuntu SMP Wed Apr 20 21:52:38 UTC 2011 x - Pastebin.com02:48
Gibbyls -al /etc/update-motd.d02:49
Gibbyyeah do it as root, but should need a sudo after the >02:49
Shadow__Xi will say i backed up /etc/motd as /etc/motd.old and /var/run/motd as motd.old02:50
Gibbyok, what is output of ls -al /etc/motd and the other above02:51
Shadow__Xfor update-motd.d there is 00 10 20 90 91 98 9902:53
Gibbyname the file names02:54
Gibbythen the output of cat /etc/default/mythtv-status02:55
Shadow__Xls /etc/update-motd.d/02:55
Gibbythen cat /etc/pam.d/sshd02:58
Shadow__X00-header  10-help-text  20-cpu-checker  90-updates-available  91-release-upgrade  98-reboot-required  99-footer03:01
Shadow__X00-header  10-help-text  20-cpu-checker  90-updates-available  91-release-upgrade  98-reboot-required  99-footer03:01
Shadow__X00-header  10-help-text  20-cpu-checker  90-updates-available  91-release-upgrade  98-reboot-required  99-footer03:01
Gibbyok, wanted to make sure there wasn't any kind of dupe's03:01
Shadow__Xwhere else other than update-motd.d03:02
Gibbycat /etc/default/mythtv-status03:02
Gibbycat /etc/pam.d/sshd03:02
Shadow__Xfor mythtv-status03:09
Zinn[pastebin.com] # mythtv-status Debian configuration # # You can run 'dpkg-reconfigure mythtv- - Pastebin.com03:09
Shadow__Xwhat are you looking for in pam.d/sshd03:10
Gibbysession options03:10
Shadow__X# Print the message of the day upon successful login.03:11
Shadow__Xsession    optional     pam_motd.so # [1]03:11
Gibbydpkg-reconfigure mythtv-status03:11
Gibbytry that03:11
Gibbyit doesn't work on mine the way it should either03:11
Shadow__Xit still looks like that03:13
Zinn[pastebin.com] Linux Intel-Myth 2.6.32-32-generic #62-Ubuntu SMP Wed Apr 20 21:52:38 UTC 2011 x - Pastebin.com03:13
GibbyIs it Apr 20 where you are? lol03:14
Gibbythat says you are03:14
Gibbycheck your date/time03:14
Shadow__Xdate comes up right03:14
Shadow__Xopen the pastebin03:14
Shadow__Xthe top part is repeating not the bottom03:15
Gibbyi know03:15
Gibbyls -al /etc/motd03:15
Shadow__X/etc/motd is what is saying its april03:15
Shadow__X/etc/motd -> /var/run/motd03:16
GibbyBlank out motd03:17
GibbyThe check for a /etc/motd.tail03:18
Shadow__Xthere is motd.tail.old03:19
GibbyIf motd is black log out and back in03:20
Shadow__Xlog out of all ssh sessions?03:20
GibbyJust 1 should do it03:20
Shadow__Xto have motd empty do i do cat /dev/null > /var/run/motd03:22
Gibbyyeah as roo03:22
Shadow__Xstill goes back03:22
Gibbycat /etc/cron.d/mythtv-status03:27
Shadow__X# Regular cron jobs for the mythtv-status package03:28
Shadow__X*/10 ** * *root[ -x /etc/init.d/mythtv-status ] && /etc/init.d/mythtv-status reload > /dev/null03:28
Shadow__Xalso why would /var/run/motd go back to the april one after i removed it03:28
Gibbythat we need to find03:30
Gibbyis this a virtual machine?03:33
Gibbyremove your /etc/motd.tail.old03:34
Shadow__Xalready did03:34
Gibbypastebin your 00-header  10-help-text from /etc/update-motd.d03:36
Zinn[pastebin.com] cat /etc/update-motd.d/00-header #!/bin/sh uname -a printf "%s\n" "$(lsb_r - Pastebin.com03:38
Gibbyhmmm, i am now stumped, i have the same issue, not the repeating but now mythtv-status03:43
Gibbyno mythtv-status03:43
Shadow__Xhmm tgm4883 any ideas? does mythtv-status work for you03:43
rileypIm having trouble with diskless client not getting past tftp.....07:45
rileypAnyone kind enough to sort me out07:46
timhey has anyone here successfully pxe booted mythtv using mythbuntu-diskless-server and ddwrt router firmware?16:08
sabhaintim: yes16:08
kwtm2Hi. How do I start with a clean slate with MythTV?  I just did apt-get purge mytht (and then reinstalled) but apparently I still have persistent records in the database that are interfering with things.19:56
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Shadow__Xmotd is even more broken now, it repeats april 20 2 times21:25
nasa01Hi, I saw on the mailing list discussion about the "waited 100ms for video buffer" errors (along with pauses in playback).  But I didn't see a solution -- is there one?22:27
Shadow__XGibby: i figured it out22:41
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Shadow__X[freenode/#ubuntu-mythtv] 122:41
Zinn[moblog.bradleyit.com] MoBlog: Ubuntu SSH MOTD Trickery22:41
Shadow__Xthe 2nd pam thing22:41
Zinn[bugs.launchpad.net] Bug #785424 in sysvinit (Ubuntu): “Double motd when ssh'ing into 10.04.2”22:46

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