Call for testers: MythTV 0.21 port upgrade
David La Croix
dlacroix at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 18:39:49 PDT 2009
Following up to myself, because I think I figured it out ...
I had EIT scans enabled ... I think that the information stream
coming from the TV station was shifting the schedule ... That's the
only process I could find that updates the schedule outside of running
On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 9:07 PM, David La Croix <dlacroix at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm running the mythtv port from the original patch... at the
> beginning of this thread and I've seen something extremely frustrating
> ever since the Daylight savings time started...
> (Using an HDhomerun for the tuner).
> I can run the command to reload my schedule, and it looks correct in
> the grid view ... At some unknown interval, sometimes as much as 30
> minutes later, one or more of the channels will shift their schedule
> as if it's applying a correction to the timezone after-the fact.
> Re-running mythfilldatabase --refresh-today sets the schedule back to
> what it's supposed to be ... and then some other channel shifts.
> My /etc/localtime corresponds to EST5EDT ... and my OS is 7.1pl3 ...
>> mythbackend --version
> Please include all output in bug reports.
> MythTV Version : Unknown
> MythTV Branch : tags/release-0-21
> Library API : 0.21.20080304-1
> Network Protocol : 40
> Options compiled in:
> freebsd release using_oss using_arts using_backend using_dbox2
> using_frontend using_hdhomerun using_iptv using_v4l using_x11
> using_xrandr using_xv using_bindings_perl using_bindings_python
> using_ffmpeg_threads using_live
> I've tried setting the timezone in mythtv-config from auto to -4 --
> which is EDT ... but it doesn't seem to make any difference ... the
> overcorrection seems to happen at random intervals ...
> Anybody have any ideas? Any possibility anybody's working on the
> "fixes" release?
> 2009/3/16 Greg Larkin <glarkin at freebsd.org>:
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>> Bernhard Fröhlich wrote:
>>> Great work and thanks to all of you! I've just seen the pkg-descr file and
>>> the middle paragraph is now outdated i think ...
>>>> The current distributed version of MythTV
>>>> is out of date for just about all platforms. It is also protocol
>>>> incompatible with the "bug fix" version, which is maintained under
>>>> subversion, rather like the FreeBSD -STABLE branch. This port is a
>>>> snapshot of svn version 13053, dated 15 March 2007. Later versions of
>>>> this tree are no longer compatible with this port.
>> Hi Bernhard,
>> Thanks for the report, and I have updated the pkg-descr file. I'll
>> commit the change soon, after I research some reports that I've received
>> from other users.
>> - --
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