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Old 10-27-2015, 06:34 AM
ptoal ptoal is offline
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FreeBSD Port

So, I've started to try to port the server to FreeBSD, so I can run it on my FreeNAS server. Since OSX is BSD based, there are some nice hints along the way.

So far, I have got the Sage.jar to build, but it's not running, because I haven't got all my natives sorted yet.

I've run into a problem with the Sage IVTV code. the Sage.jar seems to require it, but I don't know if it really provides value on FreeBSD. There's work to emulate V4L, but I will be using "HDHomerun Connect"s exclusively, so I don't really need it.

Therefore, the question to those in the know is: Is my time better spent trying to get the IVTV libs to compile, or to try to modify the java code to decouple the dependency?
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