glemsom at gmail
Aug 4, 2012, 4:08 AM
Post #10 of 11
On 4 August 2012 11:50, Tim Draper <veehexx [at] gmail> wrote:
>>> reinstalled last night, updated mythtv, and that got this (aswell as a
>>> number of other) problem sorted.
>> Hi Tim
>> So are you saying if I activate the update repositories in Mythbuntu
>> control panel and update I will get a new version that fixes the issue
>> of not being able to select a channel from the EPG?
>> Up to now I have not activated that option, because I am worried about
>> getting patches that may break my system. I am just working with the
>> original 0.25 that came with Ubuntu. Perhaps it is time to get more
> thats exactly what im saying - yes :)
> as a few other comments in this thread, i tend to hold off the major
> releases (0.24 > .25 > .26) for a few weeks with the show stoppers are
> on the mythtv bug trac there was a fix for the 'channel change in
> guide' issue that you reported. i dont seem to be able to find the
> exact bug report, but a mythtv update should fix it aswell as a number
> of other livetv/recording related issues that the CD release has.
> Also, by activating the mythtv repo's in the control-center, it won't
> automatically apply updates; you are still required to 'sudo apt-get
> upgrade' or run the distros' GUI updater to get mythtv updates
> mythtv-users mailing list
> mythtv-users [at] mythtv
Since 0.18, I've learned to listen to this list - and trac before upgrading :)
Though new features might be interesting to try out - it will often
wreck the WAF.
For the same reason - I'm still on 0.24, with year old nvidia drivers
- as it's currently the most stable solution for me.
Remember, if it ain't broken - DON'T FIX IT !
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