I just installed XBMCbuntu and I've been trying to import my database from my old appletv2. I exported the database, imported it back in xbmcbuntu, and everything seems to have worked. I can read the movies and all the info is there.
However, the sources have not been added, and when I try to add them (so that future movies are added to my library), all of my movies and tv shows are imported again, meaning that I have everything in double.
What have I done wrong?
Should I have first added the source without auto scraping, then imported the db, and then turned on autoscraping?
I've searched around on the forum for this issue, but i haven't found a clear answer to this specific issue.
Thanks a lot,
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OCZ 60GB SSD and 4 GB DDR3 ram.
XBMC 11.0 Git:Unknown (Compiled: Mar 24 2012)
Importing old database and add source
Joined: Feb 2011
2012-06-28 13:18 Post: #1
Joined: Mar 2010
2012-06-28 20:44 Post: #2
Wipe everything, add the sources, do not run the update you are prompted to perform after each source is added, then import the database. You can do it the other way around as well, but Xbmc explicitly asks you whether you want to refresh the database info for the path you just added.
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