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So i have a HTPC Server running MythTv along with Kodi which is running 14.04. However i cannot upgrade because the firmware for the Satellite Tuners i use will not compile with 16.04 and higher. So what does this mean? Can i no longer use my HTPC Server? I have tried 16.04+ with the Firmware but its completely broken. Im not buying new cards just to upgrade neither because these cards are not cheap. Any ideas?

08-15-2018, 12:19 PM
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