david.karapetyan at gmail.com
Thu Jan 15 15:18:21 PST 2009
I ask because I am considering installing debian on a home box and
running mythtv from it. However, I don't trust anything other than the
stable version of debian, and I am not a fan of their release cycle for
packages. Quite frankly, I trust the freebsd community over the linux
community, and the fbsd os over any linux distro. Could you give me an
estimate on how much longer it will be before the port is updated?
On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 05:38:02PM -0500, Greg Larkin wrote:
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> David Karapetyan wrote:
> > Has the mythtv port been fixed yet? Any timetable for a new release? The
> > current port makefile indicates that it is broken.
> > _______________________________________________
> Hello David,
> I've been working on various MythTV-related PRs, and I do plan to
> unbreak multimedia/mythtv and upgrade it to 0.21 after receiving patches
> from folks in the FreeBSD community.
> Stay tuned, and I'll send out an announcement to freebsd-multimedia once
> it has been committed.
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> Greg Larkin
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