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    Default opensuse 12.2 & xmltv

    I recently installed openSUSE 12.2 on my mythtv box and for some reason there is no xmltv packages available anymore.. I have packman repo configured as per normal.
    Anyone know if its still going to be available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgbailey View Post
    I recently installed openSUSE 12.2 on my mythtv box and for some reason there is no xmltv packages available anymore.. I have packman repo configured as per normal.
    Anyone know if its still going to be available?
    Not sure what package you are looking for, but have a look at the following link: software.opensuse.org:

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    Default Re: opensuse 12.2 & xmltv

    I'm looking for xmltv itself, the package that contains all the grabbers etc. I can compile from source if needs be, but just wondering if the rpm should be available. It's been there in all other versions of opensuse that I have used. Maybe it's just not ready yet for 12.2 ?

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    Smile Re: opensuse 12.2 & xmltv

    Quote Originally Posted by jgbailey View Post
    I'm looking for xmltv itself, the package that contains all the grabbers etc. I can compile from source if needs be, but just wondering if the rpm should be available. It's been there in all other versions of opensuse that I have used. Maybe it's just not ready yet for 12.2 ?
    I guess that must be right as I find none there, but using openSUSE for TV has not been big, at least as I can tell.

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