mythicalLibrarian - a tool to build Movie and TV Show library from MythTV recordings - Printable Version
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- outleradam - 2010-05-17 06:22
^^ Very interesting. Can you post the entire output.log please? I would really like to see it. A period in the name should not effect normal operations. mythicalLibrarian should be looking for the last period in the name, not the first.
kvandesteeg Wrote:Got it version 444 working from the command line.
Rss feeds are currently located at /var/www/mythical-rss mythicalLibrarian checks for that folder. If you create that folder, it will start creating RSS feeds.
Where does mac keep it's apache server?
- kvandesteeg - 2010-05-17 13:50
outleradam Wrote:Rss feeds are currently located at /var/www/mythical-rss mythicalLibrarian checks for that folder. If you create that folder, it will start creating RSS feeds.content is shared from
apache is configured in
how do i change the naming convention on the files, by type?
- outleradam - 2010-05-17 14:37
I keep the naming convention fixed for simplicity. I'm not troubleshooting people's naming conventions. If you want to go in and manually edit the code, you can find the section called categoricNamingConventions () and traditionalNamingConventions () and you can make your changes there. You can find the variables you have to work with at the bottom of the user settings/user jobs section. This is unsupported and will be reverted on the next update to it's defaults.
- kvandesteeg - 2010-05-17 15:33
I think i found a setting that might do what I want. If i understand the setting
Setting it to disabled ought to flatten the output structure - which will work for me.
- outleradam - 2010-05-17 21:01
You can set that perminantly by using the command
- outleradam - 2010-05-18 03:44
kvandesteeg Wrote:Got it version 444 working from the command line.mythicalSetup will now work just fine. It is set for default now at ~/Episodes ~/Showings and ~/Movies
- outleradam - 2010-05-18 04:12
krschuerman Wrote:I just started using mythicalLibrarian and ran into an issue when working with recordings in one particular folder in my MythTV storage group.Fixed. It will now only check the basename ie.. 1065_20100423073000.mp4 This allows the odd circumstance when the user may have a file named 1065_20100423073000.mp4.part.mp4 or whatever. It will now rename the 1065_20100423073000 part and preserve all after the first "." while ignoring any "."s in the dir names.
It should work just fine now on your folder with a "." in it.
Any more bugs? I'm still working on mac errors with mythtv and stuff.
- kvandesteeg - 2010-05-18 04:52
I'm using myth .23 fixes
The User job ought to have this - correct?
Myth reported exiting with non zero error, but i didn't get to the myth log file in time.
~/.mythicalLibrarian/output.log had nothing from the run.
i'm trying another recording shortly
- kvandesteeg - 2010-05-18 05:19
nothing in output.log - but managed to scrape this out of console
- outleradam - 2010-05-18 07:03
Hrm mythtv user does not have access to the mysql command. I will search on how to resolve that tomorrow. Try editing the ~.profile to see if there is anything about it in there. I cannot seem to get mysql to work on my mac.
So... Wow! That's my first confirmation it works on OS X. Please let me know if it does movies and showings properly.
I'm still squeeling my wheels in 2nd gear. You have pulled out ahead of me on this one.