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Will upgrading Ubuntu 9.04 --> 9.10 update Mythbackend?

>>>>> "David" == David Kramer <david-8uUts6sDVDvs2Lz0fTdYFQ at> writes:

    David> I installed 64-bit Ubuntu on my server.  I kinda regret it, because
    David> there are a few things that *still* don't work in 64-bit, like the
    David> software for my LightScribe burner software.  

If you're talking about SimpleLabeler, there's a solution here:

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And now in this the twentieth century come these talking and playing
machines and offer again to reduce the expression of music to a
mathematical system of megaphones, wheels, cogs, disks, cylinders, and
all manner of revolving things which are as like real art as the
marble statue of Eve is like her beautiful living breathing daughters.

Under such conditions, the tide of amateurism cannot but recede until
there will be left only the mechanical device and the professional
executant. Singing will no longer be a fine accomplishment; vocal
exercises so important a factor in the curriculum of physical culture
will be out of vogue. Then what of the national throat? Will it not
weaken? What of the national chest? Will it not shrink?

John Philip Souza, "The Menace of Mechanical Music", in Appleton's
Magazine, 1906

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