After using and tinkering with MythTV for over a year, a small pile of adjustments have stacked up that have been made to both the backend and the frontend that have improved performance. These can’t be listed as must have’s, but they definitely are good to have. Some of these may seem obvious, but not
(this will be edited over time as things get updated) This has been put together for my own archive since there is no guarantee that existing How-To’s are going to be available when needed (there was a key point in time when the Wilsonet.com site was down, and I really needed access to the steps).
MythTV, if you follow the design principle, is best constructed with multiple machines. This separates your BackEnd (BE) server process from your FrontEnd (FE) server process and allows for the entire setup to be completely client/server based over a network. Not sure of what I mean? Well, the idea is relatively simple: Set up one