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    install issues

    Ubuntu 19.04 fresh install.
    I copy and pasted the .sh files (from the install post) to install and start.

    When I run the start script I get an error:

    A fatal error occurred, the required library libhostfxr.so could not be found.
    If this is a self-contained application, that library should exist in [/root/NPVR/].
    If this is a framework-dependent application, install the runtime in the default location [/usr/share/dotnet] or use the DOTNET_ROOT environment variable to specify the runtime location.
    I tried apt install libhostfx.so and got a couldn't be found.

    What did I miss?

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    That is the error you get when you are point to a folder without .dotnet. Did you download the arm64 zip in error?

    Note there are other potential issues in 19.04 that will be addressed in a new build by sub.

    Martin

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    Upon further scrolling I find that the problem seems to be that dotnet-hosting-2.0.8 is not getting installed because a couple of libraries that dotnet-runtime-2.0.7 depends on can't be installed on 19.04.

    I don't need 19.04, just installed on a whim, I'll try to downgrade to 18.04.

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    Currently NPVR.zip will include the runtime so that is not the issue looks more like a configuration issue on your end. It sound like you might have followed drmargarit's post which is not correct.

    Martin

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    You think somebody could post the correction? If it is just the address of the tvheadend I tried both.

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    Sub's instructions work ok.

    Martin

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    Yeah, but the thread is locked so I can't do anything about the bad info that looks like it should work. And since it is in a locked thread it appears that a mod thought it was good info.

    I finally got it working by installing the .deb file referenced in here in post #1 https://forums.nextpvr.com/showthrea...-Install-issue And following subs instructions.


    This one is solved!

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    The next Linux build gets around that.

    Martin

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    Well, I thought it was solved. On 7/31 everything was fine on 8/4 the only signals my Hauppauge hvr-1250 see on my cable are the 10 public access channels. It used to pick up about 23 clear QAM channels.

    I have purged and reinstalled a couple of times with the same results, using nextpvr-helper.deb. Tvheadend finds all of the clear QAM channels.

    Ubuntu 19.04

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    There are some QAM fixes on Linux in the next build.

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