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Thread: What is the command that pulls up all of your system information?

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    Re: What is the command that pulls up all of your system information?

    Yes of cot course. Look in /var/log/mythtv

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    Question Re: What is the command that pulls up all of your system information?

    Quote Originally Posted by nickrout View Post
    Yes of cot course. Look in /var/log/mythtv
    There are application logs in there but when you click on them it just pulls up a blank terminal

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    Re: What is the command that pulls up all of your system information?

    Quote Originally Posted by RTIInstaller View Post
    There are application logs in there but when you click on them it just pulls up a blank terminal
    Try the less command

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    Re: What is the command that pulls up all of your system information?

    besides looking at the myth error logs (suggested above) I would also log into my router or firewall or what ever and make sure that the port is open and not shut. best of luck.
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    Re: What is the command that pulls up all of your system information?

    Quote Originally Posted by josephmills View Post
    besides looking at the myth error logs (suggested above) I would also log into my router or firewall or what ever and make sure that the port is open and not shut. best of luck.
    I am already port forwarding 6543 to my servers ip address



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    Re: What is the command that pulls up all of your system information?

    No experience with mythtv...the majority of ubuntu's logs are located at:
    /var/log/
    Code:
    ls -la /var/log/
    list all files and sub-directories there.

    hth <==BDQ

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    Re: What is the command that pulls up all of your system information?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bashing-om View Post
    No experience with mythtv...the majority of ubuntu's logs are located at:
    /var/log/
    Code:
    ls -la /var/log/
    list all files and sub-directories there.
    hth <==BDQ
    Thank You!

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    Re: What is the command that pulls up all of your system information?

    Quote Originally Posted by RTIInstaller View Post
    I am already port forwarding 6543 to my servers ip address


    why? are you trying to access myth from outside your lan? don't!!!!

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