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Last doc update for the 0.6 release.

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1 parent 1c780f2 commit 34d8b426a367b91a961f06a638691819c57875f1 Isaac Richards committed Oct 12, 2002
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  1. +3 −4 mythtv/README
  2. +4 −1 mythtv/UPGRADING
7 mythtv/README
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ This is what you need, software wise, to have installed:
be best. I don't know, though, I'm utterly new to it. Get it from
your distro, or from
- XMLTV - You need the latest version 0.5. This will do the work of actually
+ XMLTV - You need at least version 0.5. This will do the work of actually
grabbing the program information. Get it from:
Installing this was rather a pain for me on Debian, but I don't have
@@ -137,9 +137,8 @@ The mysql.txt file located in there controls the database settings, mainly in
case you want to run the mysql server on another machine.
If you want to check out the theme format, and perhaps make your own, just
-look at the .menu files in the /usr/local/share/mythtv/themes/[themename]
-subdirs. and should be fully commented in both of the
-distributed themes.
+look at the .xml files in the /usr/local/share/mythtv/themes/[themename]
Feel free to subscribe to the development mailing list at:
5 mythtv/UPGRADING
@@ -28,4 +28,7 @@ UPGRADING FROM RELEASE 0.5
You'll need to insert the 0-5-to-0-6.sql file in the database/ subdir into
your database. Run the setup program included in the setup/ directory after
-compiling, and you should be all set.
+compiling, and you should be all set. Please note that upgrading will wipe
+out most scheduled recordings in your database. Sorry about that, but there
+really wasn't any clean way to migrate the data over to the new database

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