If you do encounter general Linux issues, my section Software & security should help you.
My article hardly scratches the surface of what Myth TV is capable of.
[FAILED] (Failed, trying without DKMS) Recompiling Virtual Box kernel modules [FAILED] (Look at /var/log/to find out what went wrong)[[email protected] ~]$ cat /var/lib/dkms/vboxhost/3.2.12/build/DKMS for vboxhost-3.2.12 for kernel 22.214.171.124-61.fc13.x86_64 (x86_64) Sun Dec 5 CET 2010 make: Entering directory `/usr/src/kernels/126.96.36.199-61.fc13.x86_64' /usr/src/kernels/188.8.131.52-61.fc13.x86_64/arch/x86/Makefile:81: stack protector enabled but no compiler support make: Entering an unknown directory make: *** empty variable name. make: Leaving an unknown directory make: *** [_module_/var/lib/dkms/vboxhost/3.2.12/build] Error 2 make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/kernels/184.108.40.206-61.fc13.x86_64' When booting into the older 220.127.116.11-54 kernel everything works fine - I can compile the modules for virtualbox and run virtualbox just like before.As you can see, configuring Myth TV is not a trivial task. It looks like a very powerful tool for managing anything that as to do with audio or video. So far, Myth TV is probably useful for people capable of administering Linux systems. If you're a TV freak, then you'll love the power and freedom that Myth TV offers you. (using Fedora 13 x64) I am unable to compile the kernel module for virtualbox (closed source edition) I need USB support in my virtual machines.The story so far: I upgraded my kernel from 2.6.33to the latest 18.104.22.168-61.