[clug] MythTV backend uncommunicative
Stephen.Gibson at anu.edu.au
Sun Jul 8 16:20:17 MDT 2012
As you have determined 0.25 frontend will not interrogate a
0.24 (and below) backend. My mythbuntu distribution automagically
updated the backend database to the new format (both on the same host
PC). I discovered the incompatibility after playing with the mythtv
addon for xbmc (on an ATV2), which does not yet talk with 0.25.
Sound via HDMI does work. Let me know if you need the settings.
On 08/07/12 10:16, Paul Wayper wrote:
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> Hi all,
> Well, the good news is that I removed the RPMFusion packages (thanks to
> yum-plugin-remove-with-leaves) and installed the ATRPMs packages (slightly
> more bleeding edge), and now it Just Works. I don't know what had wedged
> where, but it's clear that it wasn't my configuration...
> The next niggle is that the sound is no longer sent to the HDMI connector on
> the front end. When I select the HDMI connector in ALSA, nothing comes out on
> either the TV or the computer output; ALSA can output to the computer's normal
> audio out but the TV expects the audio on HDMI when it's video is coming from
> HDMI. I may try going back to the VGA cable and see if it looks OK with
> 1920x1080 (or even if the video card can detect the TV goes up to that at all).
> Have fun,
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