[MythDora] MythDora 5 MythTV RPM upgrade not working
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Wed May 7 06:16:01 CEST 2008
> Chris wrote:
>> Jarod Wilson wrote:
>>> On Tue, 2008-05-06 at 10:56 -0400, Chris wrote:
>>>> I just tried upgrading a new MD5 install to the stable 187 level
>>>> RPMs and it failed with a missing dependency.
>>>> Error: Missing Dependency: libmp4ff.so.0 is needed by package
>>> Crap. We built slightly customized mythtv packages to patch in some
>>> config default changes, and it appears we built against (and shipped)
>>> the livna faad2 instead of the atrpms one, because it was rpm-newer
>>> an epoch bump). The livna package doesn't include libmp4ff though
>>> is technically the correct thing to do, because its a private internal
>>> library interface, and mythtv shouldn't be using it, but native ffmpeg
>>> aac decode isn't quite there yet, iirc...)
>>> This ought to work:
>>> # rpm -e --nodeps faad2
>>> # yum --disablerepo=livna --disablerepo=mythdora install faad2
>>> # yum upgrade \*myth\*
>>> We probably ought to just push an epoch-bumped faad2 with libmp4ff into
>>> the mythdora-updates repo to smooth this over...
>> Way to go! That worked perfectly!
>> I'm doing this in hopes there is a fix for the HD audio noise burst
>> problem, and to see if my cpu has a little more headroom with these
>> fixes in place.
>> BTW, I wasn't the one who reported the bouncing install screen in the
>> beta but it made me nauseas too. The final looks a hell of a lot more
>> professional. Thanks!
> Update: It looks like the audio noise problem is fixed but I'm seeing
> terrible audio sync problems occurring on some channels and it doesn't
> recover sync. Also, CPU usage is through the roof, 85-98% just watching
> 720p broadcasts. 1080i ranges 55-75%. SLIM playback.
What's eating the CPU time? Is it mythfrontend or X?
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