Hot girls - Mythfilldatabase not updating

So, I basically went through the same process as this guy, creating files and so on.

Eventually I discovered his page, which solved the issue of not getting EIT data.

I had to add my default user to mythtv group and then re-login which should do the same thing (make sure you’re in the mythtv group! Now, inside the mythsetup program, answer any initial prompts like setting the language and database updates. (Note, I am assuming you are using a DVB card that Linux has detected and which works.) 1. sudo apt-get install xmltv libxml-simple-perl libjavascript-perl libalgorithm-diff-perl libgetopt-mixed-perl libcompress-zlib-perl libdata-dumper-simple-perl libdate-manip-perl liblist-compare-perl libdatetime-format-strptime-perl libhtml-parser-perl libxml-dom-perl libgd-gd2-perl libdigest-sha1-perl libarchive-zip-perl libio-string-perl libdbi-perl You will be then asked to match each of your “Myth TV channel’s” to the correct “Guide data sources” channel.

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After I did a new channel scan in Myth TV 0.23.1 I discovered that I didn’t get any EIT data from the DVB-C network anymore.

I’m in Helsinki (Finland) and using Welho cable provider.

You can change this if you want (it’s just the recommended default).

The question is whether your Myth TV box is going to be on all the time, or only at certain times.

If it’s always on, you could change it to once a day or something, but if not then it’s best to tell it to check pretty regularly to make sure it’s updated within an hour of it being on. Now open the Myth TV frontend and enjoy your TV – with guide.

#mfdb-json Grabber for the Schedules Direct JSON service.

This file serves as in index to the various versions of the grabber and the server API that they support.

While originally created for Myth TV, it can also function as a stand-alone grabber.

I haven’t tested this one, but if you can’t get the above to work, you might as well try this one (let me know if it works).

If you don’t have a for your provider, see above explanation for how to get one.

The main problem is that the tv guide grabbers just don’t work nicely in Australia.

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