On 26/06/16 14:15, John Pilkington wrote:
On 26/06/16 12:15, John Pilkington wrote:
> On 25/06/16 16:44, Michael wrote:
>> On 05/16/2016 03:42 PM, Richard Shaw wrote:
>>> On Mon, May 16, 2016 at 4:50 PM, Shawn Asmussen
>>> Are packages for the most recent version of mythtv (0.28)
>>> something that is in the pipeline?
>>> Yes, I was just waiting for things to calm down a bit. When you're in
>>> a position to automatically upgrade people you have to be a bit more
>>> conservative :)
>>> I have one user that tried test packages and is reporting some crashes
>>> on startup, but if it makes it all the way up it seems OK, still
>>> trying to see if it's related to my packaging, mythtv itself, or his
>> Hi Richard,
>> I am getting ready to update to Fedora 24 and I noticed that the mythtv
>> packages are there, but the mythweb rpm and srpm aren't on the mirrors.
> I've just built a set of rpms on my Scientific Linux 7.2 (el7) box using
> mythtv-0.28-3.fc24.src.rpm The only change made was to replace
> python2-mysql by mysql-connector-python in the specfile. I'll try
> installing them over a homebuild of 0.28-pre-3689 when it becomes
> Other repos in use are epel, elrepo, nux-dextop...
> Are builds for fc22 and/or fc23 in the pipeline?
> John P
For info: Install failed:
RPMS]# yum install noarch/*0.28-3*.rpm x86_64/*0.28-3*.rpm
Error: Package: mythtv-0.28-3.el7.x86_64 (/mythtv-0.28-3.el7.x86_64)
Requires: mythweb = 0.28
Error: Package: mythtv-frontend-0.28-3.el7.x86_64
You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem
You could try running: rpm -Va --nofiles --nodigest
ISTR that it's only the metapackage that needs mythweb, which I don't use.
At present I haven't found an el7 replacement for mesa-vdpau-drivers;
and I don't have vdpau-capable hardware...
--skip-broken proposes to skip everything except mythtv-debuginfo
I now have an el7 build installed, with no need to update the DB from my
0.28-pre build. I had to rename the new 'mythtv' package and
yum erase the earlier version, then use the yum install line above.
My earlier version had been built with MySQL-python and without
mesa-vdpau-drivers, and had been working for several months; my new
install of mysql-connector-python might not have been essential, and I
don't know if it is actually in use.
I have commented out the mesa-vdpau-drivers 'requires'; other people
might not want to do that, but there's an el7 BZ:
I know (believe?) that rpmfusion doesn't do el7, but this seemed the
most appropriate place to post.