+ Antworten
Seite 2 von 9 ErsteErste 1234 ... LetzteLetzte
Ergebnis 11 bis 20 von 83
  1. #11
    Erfahrener Benutzer
    Registriert seit
    10.11.2012
    Beiträge
    127
    Thanks
    59
    Thanked 8 Times in 7 Posts
    good evening audioniek no hurry and good recovery your health tamponner thanks.


  2. #12
    Erfahrener Benutzer
    Registriert seit
    10.11.2012
    Beiträge
    127
    Thanks
    59
    Thanked 8 Times in 7 Posts
    audioniek It's okay, I made it to be compiled but no plugin Thank you very much.


  3. #13
    Neuer Benutzer Avatar von vassili_47
    Registriert seit
    09.05.2012
    Beiträge
    9
    Thanks
    24
    Thanked 2 Times in 2 Posts
    this is good news

    - - - Aktualisiert - - -

    this is good news thankss


  4. #14
    Developer
    Registriert seit
    18.07.2012
    Ort
    Ridderkerk, Niederlande
    Beiträge
    471
    Thanks
    132
    Thanked 517 Times in 208 Posts
    Hello everybody,

    Today I finished testing the last of the planned images and everything planned has been uploaded. I hope the forum people will find the time to make the images available to you very soon.

    Apart from the set published in the first post, I also made a .tar.gz image for the atevio7500 (Fortis HS8200) as requested.

    I will proceed with developing an image for the AB IPbox910HD/CuubeRevo Mini II; vISIOn has donated a suitable receiver. As the AB IPbox900HD is effectively the same receiver without a card reader, I will probably add that one too.

    I hope you will like the images and report any issues here, so I can address them. The next batch of updated builds is planned for the start of April.

    Regards,

    Audioniek.
    Receivers: Rebox: RE-4000, 8000, 9000, 2200, 2210, 2220, 4200, 4210, 4220, 8220, 8500, SAB Unix Triple, Golden Media Spark Triplex, Amiko Alien 3, Sogno Spark Revolution, Topfield TF7710HDPVR, Kathrein UFS912, Vizyon revolution 820HD PVR, nBox BKSA/BSLA/BXZB/BZZB, Vitamin HD 5000
    Sats: Astra 1, 2 & 3, Hotbird
    Main activity: building my own E2 images for Fortis receivers

  5. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to Audioniek For This Useful Post:



  6. #15
    Erfahrener Benutzer
    Registriert seit
    10.11.2012
    Beiträge
    127
    Thanks
    59
    Thanked 8 Times in 7 Posts
    hello Audioniek and thank you for the image I have tested for hs7119 and 7429 impossible to turn off the demo a lot of little bawling.


  7. #16
    Benutzer
    Registriert seit
    05.05.2012
    Beiträge
    83
    Thanks
    226
    Thanked 39 Times in 18 Posts
    Vielen dank Audioniek für den supported der ipboxen 900/910, und der dank geht auch an VISION, für das gespendete receiver.
    und ja die 900 ist gleich wie 910, der unterschied ist nur die smartkarte.
    Mfg
    Geändert von ghani (06.02.2019 um 09:52 Uhr)
    DREAMBOX 900UHD + IPBOX 900HD + IPBOX 91HD

  8. The Following User Says Thank You to ghani For This Useful Post:



  9. #17
    Erfahrener Benutzer
    Registriert seit
    10.11.2012
    Beiträge
    127
    Thanks
    59
    Thanked 8 Times in 7 Posts
    hello Audioniek I installed E2iplayer does not work locks the device thaks.


  10. #18
    Erfahrener Benutzer
    Registriert seit
    07.02.2013
    Beiträge
    119
    Thanks
    114
    Thanked 28 Times in 13 Posts
    @audioniek
    sorry, but i find not the update File for the UFS912 (USB)
    thanks
    Gruss


    Kathrein UFS 912


  11. #19
    Developer
    Registriert seit
    18.07.2012
    Ort
    Ridderkerk, Niederlande
    Beiträge
    471
    Thanks
    132
    Thanked 517 Times in 208 Posts
    Geändert von Audioniek (In den letzten 2 Wochen um 15:24 Uhr)
    Receivers: Rebox: RE-4000, 8000, 9000, 2200, 2210, 2220, 4200, 4210, 4220, 8220, 8500, SAB Unix Triple, Golden Media Spark Triplex, Amiko Alien 3, Sogno Spark Revolution, Topfield TF7710HDPVR, Kathrein UFS912, Vizyon revolution 820HD PVR, nBox BKSA/BSLA/BXZB/BZZB, Vitamin HD 5000
    Sats: Astra 1, 2 & 3, Hotbird
    Main activity: building my own E2 images for Fortis receivers

  12. The Following 21 Users Say Thank You to Audioniek For This Useful Post:



  13. #20
    Developer
    Registriert seit
    18.07.2012
    Ort
    Ridderkerk, Niederlande
    Beiträge
    471
    Thanks
    132
    Thanked 517 Times in 208 Posts
    Instructions

    Fortis - Flash


    Pertains to the following receivers:
    • atevio7500 (HS8200)
    • HS7119
    • HS7429
    • HS7819

    Do the following:
    • Download the correct .zip-file for your receiver;
    • Unpack it. You will get two files. One is the customary Fortis .ird file, the other is an .md5 checksum file with which you can verify the integrity of the .ird file;
    • Place the .ird fiie in the root directory of a FAT32 formatted USB stick. The file should be the only file in that directory;
    • Switch off the receiver with the switch on the back;
    • Insert the prepared USB stick in an USB port of the receiver;
    • Press and hold the CH+ or arrow up key on the front panel of the receiver;
    • While pressing the front panel key, switch the receiver back on with the switch on the back;
    • Release the key when flashing has started.

    When you see Er.0x10:
    The .ird file provided always has the resellerID of the Octagon version of the particular Fortis model. It is part of the file name of the .ird file. When you see Er.0x10 in the display, the resellerID in the receivers' boot loader and that of the .ird file do not match.
    In this case you can do one of two things. The first and recommended way is to change the resellerID of the .ird file in question using a reseller changer programme, of which several are circulating the net. You should find that the only change required are the third and fourth digits of the resellerID. If other changes are necessary, the flash file is NOT suitable for your receiver.
    The second way out of this problem is reflashing the bootloader with one that holds the same resellerID as the .ird file. This approach is NOT recommended, as you will brick your receiver in case something goes wrong.

    The flash file provided should work with any boot loader that is capable of running an original Fortis factory firmware.

    Fortis - USB

    Variant 1; pertains to the following receivers:
    • fortis_hdbox (FS9000/FS9200)
    • octagon1008 (HS9510)
    • atevio7500 (HS8200)

    The image is supplied as a .tar.gz archive that needs further handling before it can be run. The receiver must be equipped with a modified boot loader that can start the file uImage off an USB stick, for example TDT Maxiboot or iBoot. See the instructions elsewhere on the forum on how to proceed.

    Variant 2; pertains to the following receivers:
    • all HS7XXX

    The image is supplied as two files: uImage and rootfs.img that are obtained after unpacking the .zip file. Place both files on a FAT32 formatted USB stick, in the root directory. The stick should not hold any other files.

    To run the image, the original Fortis bootloader must be upgraded to a version with the last digit 6 or 7 and USB boot should be on (power up with channel down/arrow down depressed). See elsewhere in the forum to find it, and how to install and set it.

    Spark & Spark7162 (flash)

    Unpack the .zip file directly onto a FAT32 formatted USB stick that is empty. The result should be a directory /enigma2 holding the following files:
    • e2jffs2.img
    • e2jffs2.img.md5
    • uImage
    • uImage.md5

    The stick can be used to flash the image in the receiver in the customary way (power on with OK on the frontpanel depressed). See elsewhere in the forum for detailed instructions. Please note that on spark7162 models only the USB port on the rear can be used.

    Topfield TF77X0HDPVR (in flash (kernel) and on internal hard disk (the rest))

    Case 1: receiver already runs Enigma2
    Unpack the .zip file on an empty FAT32 formatted USB stick. The stick will contain 7 files, 3 .md5 checksum files and four others.
    Switch the receiver off and insert the prepared USB stick in the USB port on the front. Switch the receiver on. It should now boot from the stick and the installation process can be followed on the front panel display. The last step is 1 FSCK. Power the receiver off and remove the USB stick. After repowering it should boot from its hard disk and run the image.
    The file Enigma_Installer.ini on the stick has been prepared so that an attempt is made to save the settings and channel list already in use.

    Case 2: receiver still runs Topfield firmware
    Unpack the .zip file on an empty FAT32 formatted USB stick. The stick will contain 7 files, 3 .md5 checksum files and four others.
    Leave the stick in the PC and open the file Enigma_Installer.ini that is on it with a Linux compatible text editor. Change the following lines in the section [parameter]:
    • partition=0 to partition=1
    • createmini: to your preference (in most cases the provided value 0 will do fine)
    • keepsettings=1 to keepsettings=0
    • keepbootargs=1 to keepbootargs=0
    • format=0 to format=1

    Save the file on the stick. If you use a Windows environment, make sure the file is saved with Linux compatible line endings.

    Installing the image is a two step process. First power the receiver down and up again, so the Topfield firmware starts. Insert the prepared USB stick in the USB port on the front. Press MENU on the remote control. Select Installation in the main menu and press OK on the remote control. Select USB Firmware Upgrade in the Installation menu (you have to scroll down to see it) and press OK on the remote control. Select the file Enigma_Installer.tfd from the list and press OK on the remote control. Confirm the 'Are you sure' question by selecting Yes and pressing OK on the remote control. When the receivers' display shows a blinking text END, switch the receiver off leaving the USB stick connected.
    The second step is started by powering the receiver back on with the USB stick inserted. It should now boot from the stick and the installation process can be followed on the front panel display. The last step is 1 FSCK and may take a few minutes to reach depending on the size of the internal hard disk. Power the receiver off and remove the USB stick. After repowering it should boot from its hard disk and run the image.
    Caution: after all this your recordings are lost because the internal hard disk has been repartitioned.

    Kathrein - flash

    Unpack the .zip file on an empty FAT32 formatted USB stick. After unpacking the root directory of the stick will have one directory /kathrein, with two subdirectories in it.
    If the receiver is still running the factory firmware, perform the following steps on the PC with the USB stick still attached in order to change the bootargs:
    1. Rename the folder /kathrein/ufs912 to /katrein/ufs912_img"
    2. Rename the folder /kathrein/ufs912_Bargs to /kathrein/ufs912"

    Switch the receiver off using the mains switch on the back and insert the USB stick into its front USB port. To start changing the bootargs, press and hold the key TV/RADIO on the front panel and switch the receiver on using the mains switch. Release the TV/RADIO key when the display shows EMERGENCY BOOT. Changing the bootargs will now begin and is completed when the display shows UPDATE SUCCESS!

    Switch the receiver off using the mains switch and remove the USB stick. Perform the following steps on a PC:
    1. Rename the folder /kathrein/ufs912 to /katrein/ufs912_Bargs"
    2. Rename the folder /kathrein/ufs912_img to /kathrein/ufs912"

    NOTE: Changing the bootargs needs to be done only once.

    Flashing the image is done as follows. Switch the receiver off using the mains switch on the back and connect the USB stick to its front USB port. To start the flashing process, press and hold the key TV/RADIO on the front panel and switch the receiver on using the mains switch. Release the TV/RADIO key when the display shows EMERGENCY BOOT. Flashing the image will now begin and is completed when the receiver reboots."

    Kathrein - USB

    The image is supplied as a .tar.gz archive that needs further handling before it can be run. The receiver must be equipped with a modified boot loader that can start the file uImage off an USB stick, for example TDT Maxiboot. See the instructions elsewhere on the forum on how to proceed.

    Regards,

    Audioniek.
    Geändert von Audioniek (15.02.2019 um 19:00 Uhr)
    Receivers: Rebox: RE-4000, 8000, 9000, 2200, 2210, 2220, 4200, 4210, 4220, 8220, 8500, SAB Unix Triple, Golden Media Spark Triplex, Amiko Alien 3, Sogno Spark Revolution, Topfield TF7710HDPVR, Kathrein UFS912, Vizyon revolution 820HD PVR, nBox BKSA/BSLA/BXZB/BZZB, Vitamin HD 5000
    Sats: Astra 1, 2 & 3, Hotbird
    Main activity: building my own E2 images for Fortis receivers

  14. The Following 20 Users Say Thank You to Audioniek For This Useful Post:



Berechtigungen

  • Neue Themen erstellen: Ja
  • Themen beantworten: Ja
  • Anhänge hochladen: Ja
  • Beiträge bearbeiten: Ja
  •