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- Wed Jun 25, 2014 1:06 pm
- Forum: Linux
- Topic: Ubuntu 14.04 and HVR1250 and HVR2250
- Replies: 43
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What's it doing when it fails the capture card setup? Is it just scanning for channels that fails? Not detecting the tuner(s)? Is for OTA or cable TV? Many providers encrypt their digital streams and need a decoder/set top box in order to view channels. Comcast is widely known to encrypt everything ...
- Tue Jun 24, 2014 1:02 pm
- Forum: Linux
- Topic: [solved] MythTV could not connect to the database
- Replies: 6
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MythTV under Ubuntu generates a random database password instead of the common/standard "mythtv" password. You can find this password by having a look at /etc/mythtv/config.xml on your back end.
That works for me. I'm sure I can cobble up something that'll work. I may be able to find such a beast on eBay that'll work that way. Thanks for the help. EDIT: I ended up grabbing a couple of these: http://www.ebay.com/itm/121273498525?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649 They're chea...
My employer is upgrading systems soon, and I offered to take a few of their Dell Optiplex GX620's (P4 3.0/80GB/2GB) to use as XBMC/cmyth frontends. I plan on purchasing some low profile video cards (either Geforce 210 or AMD 5420) so I can watch HDTV. I know these are rather power hungry machines by...
Change the localhost IP to the IP of your backend instead of the 127.0.0.1. Also, make sure your database password is entered correctly on the cmyth add-on. Sometimes it generates a random password on install. You can check the database password in /etc/mythtv/config.xml on your backend. This is wha...