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10/23/2018 - Some TLS issues on older distros - see #5264.
|Build Type||Description||Version||Repo Component|
|Stable||Latest release and fixes||v4.2.7-*~githash||stable|
Stable is the choice for most people.
Development is for those who want to help develop and test the latest code.
But, where's release?!
We've decided not to offer "frozen" builds anymore, this is so that people get fixes much sooner. Those that are currently using release can modify their apt sources to stable, or continue as they are now, and move when they feel ready.
Supported Distros and Architectures¶
|Debian Stretch 9||stretch||amd64, i386||None|
|Debian Jessie 8||jessie||amd64, i386||See footnote 11|
|Ubuntu Bionic 18.04||bionic||amd64, i386||None|
|Ubuntu Xenial 16.04||xenial||amd64, i386, arm64||See footnote 11 - applies to arm64 only|
|Ubuntu Trusty 14.04||trusty||amd64, i386||None|
|Raspbian Stretch 9||raspbian-stretch||armhf||See footnote 11|
|Raspbian Jessie 8||raspbian-jessie||armhf||See footnote 11|
1 Transcoding support is unavailable on these distros.
Here are some copy/paste examples on how to use the repo that should work for most2.
1. Install Required Packages and add the Repository PGP key¶
sudo apt-get -y install coreutils wget apt-transport-https lsb-release ca-certificates sudo wget -qO- https://doozer.io/keys/tvheadend/tvheadend/pgp | sudo apt-key add -
2 We assume you have sudo installed. If not, and you're root, you can omit sudo, otherwise please ask your administrator to..
apt-get install sudo; usermod -aG sudo <your account name>
2. Create/Add the Sources List¶
Raspbian users (and anyone else who can't install/use lsb-release) please see the third footnote3.
sudo sh -c 'echo "deb https://apt.tvheadend.org/stable $(lsb_release -sc) main" | tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/tvheadend.list'
sudo sh -c 'echo "deb https://apt.tvheadend.org/unstable $(lsb_release -sc) main" | tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/tvheadend.list'
3 Unfortunately you won't be able to use the command, at least not in the way it's shown, you need to replace " $(lsb_release -sc)" with "raspbian-stretch", "raspbian-jessie" or your distros code-name.
echo "deb http://apt.tvheadend.org/stable raspbian-jessie main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/tvheadend.list echo "deb http://apt.tvheadend.org/stable raspbian-stretch main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/tvheadend.list
3002 Tip: If you want to use unstable, simply replace stable with unstable.
3. Update Sources and Install¶
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install tvheadend
Tip: On some installs (generally fresh ones) you might be asked to enter some details. If you'd like to reconfigure these details later, you can run..
sudo dpkg-reconfigure tvheadendand afterwards..
sudo service tvheadend restart
Help / Feedback¶
Please add to issue #5264 or join the IRC channel to report problems/give feedback.
Third-party repositories are provided as-is and supported by the person who manages them, we cannot guarantee that we'll be able to help with issues relating to the use of these packages/repositories. The older official Bintray is exempt from this (Yes we know it's not technically third party ).
In any case we'll try our best to help, or point you to where you can get some!
(Older) Official Bintray¶
What Happened to the Bintray Repository?¶
Unfortunately due to rate-limiting we've decided to phase-out (SLOWLY) the use of Bintray. Don't worry the repository won't be disappearing4, it just won't be updated - sorry about that.
You can continue to use Bintray if you like, old instructions can be viewed here.
Tip: You can use both apt.tvheadend.org and bintray.com/tvheadend
4 mpmc's third-party Bintray repository will still be updated regularly, so Raspbian users don't panic - see the link above for usage. However, it's now recommended that you use the official repo.
Please tell us here #5264, make sure you mention you're using Bintray. You can also join the IRC channel if you prefer.
Unofficial PPAs are provided by Michael Marley that provide packages for Artful, Zesty, Yakkety, Xenial and so on for the amd64, arm64, armhf, i386 and ppc64el architectures.
1. Pick a Build Type
For the stable PPA containing daily builds from the latest stable branch:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mamarley/tvheadend-git-stable
For the unstable PPA containing daily builds from master:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mamarley/tvheadend-git
2. Update Sources
sudo apt update
sudo apt install tvheadend
If you experience issues with this PPA please contact Michael on IRC (mamarley in #hts on Freenode) or Launchpad.