[RDD] broadcast appliance mysql troubles.

Nathan Steele nathan.steele at thecrossfm.com
Tue Jun 28 09:59:41 EDT 2011

My intended setup is to have a central server that hols audio and the 
mysql database for Rivendell, and also has the audio card for playout, 
with a networked workstation in the onair studio that is controlling the 
playout from the server, and also a workstation in the production room 
for doing spots, importing new carts, and any other production needs. 
generating logs could be done anywhere, probably in production. Later 
on, more studios may be added.

ok, so I could probably use VNC to accomplish the on air studio, but not 
the production room, so I still have to cross this bridge (mysql) at 
some point.

anyway, your step one is done......it's step two I can't get working in 
broadcast appliance.

On 6/28/2011 8:31 AM, drew Roberts wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 5:02 PM, Nathan Steele
> <nathan.steele at thecrossfm.com>  wrote:
>> I was able to use mysql-administrator GUI to set it up on RRAbuntu
>> though, can't seem to get that on broadcast appliance though.
> Getting in late...
> What is your plan of action? What is your intended setup?
> Perhaps a simple learning plan:
> 1. Set up one box to do it all. Make sure everything works before
> going on to step 2.
> 2. Set up a second box to look to box one for sound and for mysql data.
> drew
>> On 6/27/2011 4:59 PM, Nathan Steele wrote:
>>> by the way I had this all working on RRAbuntu, but I need the ability
>>> to use the audio card in the server for playout, which is only
>>> available in Rivendell 2.x, broadcast appliance is the only way for me
>>> to do that, I tried to update rivendell to 2.x on RRAbuntu but I could
>>> not get it to work. would rather use broadcast appliance anyway as it
>>> is what Fred is using and can support.
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