mtdean at thirdcontact
Apr 26, 2012, 6:58 PM
Post #2 of 2
On 04/26/2012 08:16 PM, Adam Brown wrote:
> I recently bought a new computer. In an attempt to install linux/mythtv,
> I ghosted my existing master backend server(with capture cards) to the
> new computer(which will be a slave backend with no capture cards).
First, tuner-less backends aren't supported. A backend without tuners
is either just a mythjobqueue host (in which case, run mythjobqueue) or
a streaming server (in which case, run mythmediaserver). Running a
remote backend without tuners accomplishes nothing.
> Unfortunately, I forgot to run mythtv-setup and delete everything from
> the master backend before ghosting to the new slave backend. On the new
> slave I turned off mysql and reset the ip address to the new, different
> real ip address(also changed to different hostname).
You changed/verified both the master backend and this backend IP
address? (And IPv4 and IPv6 for each?)
> Now when running
> mythbackend on the new slave, I am getting a message that states my
> backend is not configured correctly. When I turn off mythbackend on the
> slave everything works perfectly. Any ideas.
We'd need the exact error message to do more than guess.
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