mythicalLibrarian - a tool to build Movie and TV Show library from MythTV recordings - Printable Version
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- outleradam - 2010-05-18 07:06
Oh yeah. Add yourself to the mythtv group instead of using sudo. Sudo will cause problems with permissions in your home dir. Files will be owned by root.
- outleradam - 2010-05-18 07:10
Note to self for tomorrow: must change so that when original airdate is matched, fuzzy does not make an attempt.
- kvandesteeg - 2010-05-18 13:57
Couldn't get any further from getting it to run from MythTV.
Synched with SVN, and ran into an issue with the update script
had to remove
- outleradam - 2010-05-19 04:30
Try changing the user job in mythtv setup to:
- kvandesteeg - 2010-05-21 03:16
no luck with that.
- outleradam - 2010-05-21 03:23
I'm working on it now. I've almost installed mysql. I'm having problems.
- outleradam - 2010-05-21 04:07
- outleradam - 2010-05-21 06:04
What is the username running mythtv? Can I see your debug log? ~.mythicalLibrarian/output.log
- kvandesteeg - 2010-05-21 13:51
it runs under the username 'htpc'
the only thing in the ~/.myticalLibrarian/output.log is from the manual runs, it doesn't even look like the User Job is being kicked off
i have mythtv running as a User Daemon as i wasn't able to run it w/o sudo
- outleradam - 2010-05-22 03:35
Ok, now I've got mythtv up and running in mac OS X... I have a much better understanding of what's going on.
Your user htpc has a separate home dir. His log file will be in that folder not your ~/.mythicalLibrarian. It will probly be ~/../htpc/.mythicalLibrarian
There's many ways around it. Here is the simplest:
You can change the ownership of the folder and all sub-folders.
see here for more information http://osxdaily.com/2007/10/29/how-to-add-a-user-from-the-os-x-command-line-works-with-leopard/