Python Other Shell
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
This file has several sections: - Getting started - Running from a remote machine Getting started =============== Before use, you need to make a temporary data directory in your current working directory: $ mkdir data Make sure you have installed at least these python modules: py-unrar2 at https://code.google.com/p/py-unrar2/ python-tvrage at https://bitbucket.org/ckreutzer/python-tvrage/ If you are going to use BitTorrent you need Transmission: $ sudo apt-get install transmission and the python module: transmissionrpc at https://bitbucket.org/blueluna/transmissionrpc/ $ sudo easy_install transmissionrpc bencode at http://pypi.python.org/pypi/BitTorrent-bencode/5.0.8 $ sudo easy_install BitTorrent-bencode and hashlib $ sudo apt-get install python-hashlib or at http://docs.python.org/library/hashlib.html You also need to install Mark Pilgrim's Universal Feed Parser from http://www.feedparser.org. On Debian or Ubuntu you can install it like this: $ sudo apt-get install python-feedparser python-pyparsing If you want to import Youtube videos you need youtube-dl. On Ubuntu: $ sudo apt-get install youtube-dl You might need Python ctypes support. On Debian / Ubuntu, its as simple as: $ sudo apt-get install python-ctypes You also need the Python MySQL module: $ sudo apt-get install python-mysqldb To support gzipped torrents python magic is neede: $ sudo apt-get install python-magic Using MythNetTv is simple. If you want MythNetTv to manage your subscriptions, then do something like: $ ./mythnettv subscribe \ "http://www.ted.com/talks/rss" "TEDTalks" "ttvdbid" "chanid" \ "plabackgroup" You can update the view of the feed (i.e. find new posts) with: $ ./mythnettv update Don't forget to create a gmailpassword.py file with only one line content within the same directory of the mythnettv. Content: gmailpassword="yourpassword" To change the email that gets the messages edit the gmail.py file. Ubuntu 12.10 and newer ====================== Ubuntu 12.10 now includes python-hashlib in package python2.7-minimal. For transmission there is now a transmission-daemon package as well. And you can find out what you are subscribed to with: $ ./mythnettv list To download shows, just tell it how many: $ ./mythnettv download 10 Will download 10 shows and import them into the MythTV recordings menu. You can also manually download an RSS feed just once, import local or remote videos, and get interesting statistics. Checkout the usage message for more information about those. YouTube RSS feeds ================= RSS channel feeds can be used as a source for videos. All you need is to modify the following command changing the name between user/ and /videos.rss: mythnettv subscribe "https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?user=richarddawkinsdotnet" \ "Richard Dawkins Foundation TV" "203891" "666" "Default" Running from a remote machine ============================= If you're not using MythNetTV on your master backend, then you'll need to tweak your MythTV database just a little. Let's assume I want to run on a machine named maui. First I need to tell MythNetTV where to store imported programs. Log into your MySQL database execute this command: insert into settings (value, data, hostname) values("RecordFilePrefix", "/data/mythtv", "maui"); The path will of course need to change to whereever your recordings are stored. At the moment MythNetTV assumes that the recordings directory is NFS mounted, so you'll need to set that up as well.