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Apr 14, 2012, 7:26 PM

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SUCCESS -- Qemu/KVM Guest VM Fresh Centos6.2-i686 and Centos6.2-x8664 installs of Mythtv0.25 -- SUCCESS

Dear Team:
I was finally able to get mythtvfrontend-0.25 running on my
Centos6.2-i686 and Centos6.2-x8664 guests working. VM Host System was a
Centos6.2-x8664 system with a Quad Core CPU and gigs of memory. The
following procedure worked for me.
1. Step 1 - yum install mythfrontend
2. Step 2 - rpm -e qt-x11 --nodeps
3. Step 3 - yum install qt47-x11
Steps 2 & 3 resolve an issue with the wrong symbol errors when you try
and start myth.
4. Step 4 - Open the Ports of Firewall Needed to access remote mythbackend
5. Step 5 - create a default ~/.mythtv/config.xml -- Note Following
worked for me.
> <Configuration>
> <UPnP>
> <UDN>
> <MediaRenderer>17900799-d363-4539-bca3-c286bc37543e</MediaRenderer>
> </UDN>
> <MythFrontend>
> <DefaultBackend>
> <DBHostName>RemoteDatabaseHost.IP.Address.Here</DBHostName>
> <DBUserName>mythtv</DBUserName>
> <DBPassword>mythtv</DBPassword>
> <DBName>mythconverg</DBName>
> <DBPort>3306</DBPort>
> </DefaultBackend>
> </MythFrontend>
> </UPnP>
> </Configuration>
6. Step 6 - At this point it worked.

Special Note - to move from 0.25_rc156 in testing to 0.25-285 in atrpms
I hade to follow the 0.24 to 0.25 upgrade plan for success. For some
reason the libraries don't all upgrade unless you yum erase myth* ; yum
erase libmyth* and then yum install myth* .

Bob Lightfoot

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