dewmantgm4883, fort worth texas? hehe01:07
dewmanwhy do flys come back to life when you "think" you killed them?01:08
tgm4883dewman, I think that would be FWT, not FTW01:28
dewmantgm4883, close enough...I have been drinking homebrew wine...LOL01:29
Gibbybesides /etc/mythtv/* where else do I change the BE IP on a FE?12:10
Gibbyfigured it out... forgot to change it in the BE under myth backend setup13:21
GibbyJust installed a fresh 10.04.... my pvr-150's are recognized but not my hd-pvrs... I thought the drivers were now included in the kernel13:21
rhpot1991hdpvr is13:24
rhpot1991define not recognized13:24
rhpot1991actually 10.04 was a while back, but I think it was included back then13:25
GibbyI just get this on boot: usbcore: registered new interface driver hdpvr13:32
Gibbyjust did a full upgrade and dist-upgrade...rebooting now13:33
Gibbyno luck13:37
rhpot1991why do you think its not recognized?13:38
Gibbyno /dev/video#13:40
Gibbyalso modinfo hdpvr doesn't show 4903 model, like my old 10.04 box13:41
Gibbytry to figure out what I did on my old box13:43
Zinn!help For a  complete list of my knowledge visit: http://www.baablogic.net/Zinn.cgi  Other available commands: !status, !about, !bug [bug_number].13:43
ZinnMythTV logs are stored in /var/log/mythtv/   You can use mythbuntu-log-grabber from the Applications menu to automatically post the most relevant logs to our pastebin.13:43
ZinnSorry I don't know about log13:43
Gibby!irc logs13:45
Gibbyawesome found the chat logs from when i was getting it to work on the old box... i just said that i got it working not how.... /me fails13:49
rhpot1991Gibby: it shouldn't be too hard, so you may be overlooking something obvious13:57
Gibbyrhpot1991, i know but what? is there an extra package or do I have compile drivers?13:58
Gibbyfound this, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1590146&page=713:58
Zinn[ubuntuforums.org] [SOLVED] HD-PVR Problems 10.04 (not making /dev/videoX) - Page 7 - Ubuntu Forums13:58
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dekarlis it just me or is the test for mysqld in the upstart config for mythtv-backend not working anymore? (latest 0.25 since a few days on mythbuntu 11.04)18:17
likwid--_anyone know where i can download aacs18:26
likwid--_im running the latest release of mythbuntu18:26
likwid--_unless there is some other way to play bluray disks18:30
likwid--_or is that the general way?18:31
likwid--_using libaacs and aacskeys?18:31
likwid--_steve: were you the one talking to me about playin blurays the other day?19:05
rhpot1991likwid--_: google makemkv19:11
rhpot1991some people use and like that19:12
rhpot1991if you want information about native playback you are better off asking in #mythtv-users19:12
likwid--_ah ok19:12
Seeker`what does mythbuntu set the default root mysql password to19:39
patdk-lapit doesn't, that depends on the mysql server package19:41
Seeker`patdk-lap: any idea what it would be set to then?20:10
patdk-lapseeker`, whatever it did when it installed it20:12
patdk-laphow should I know what you typed, or the random generater used20:12
Seeker`patdk-lap: I ddin't type anything. Where would the random generator have stored it?20:13
tgm4883Seeker`, there either A) is no root mysql user password, or B) you typed something in22:09
tgm4883Seeker`, if you want22:10
tgm4883!mysql | Seeker`22:10
ZinnSeeker`: If you are having problems connecting to your mysql database, perform the following to reconfigure it: [1] sudo dpkg-reconfigure mysql-server-5.1 (pay attention to the root password you set, you will need it later)  [2] sudo dpkg-reconfigure mythtv-database [3] sudo dpkg-reconfigure mythtv-common22:10
Seeker`fixed it, started it up to ignore the grant tables, set up a password, then restarted it22:11

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