No difference as far I can see - might be too soon. I’ll check back once we’ve recorded a few things and see what happens.
I checked the log files and didn’t see anything that stood out. What would I be looking for?
OK, ran fix-flash-packages again and this time copied the output :-)
>>> Beginning diagnostic fix-flash-packages
Removing package dbupdate from root...
Installing dbupdate (1.0.0) to root...
Damn, I should have written it down. Basically said there were no issues apart from a config file that already existed so it didn't update it. I guess fix-flash-packages just re-installs all the necessary packages again and where there's a config file it keeps it.
Got it! Thanks everyone. Just had a good play with it and also added the 'change underscores into spaces' rule from elsewhere in the forum.
So from what you're saying, it looks like existing 'New:, New_" prefixes will need to be changed manually (just done this), but new ones should change...
Having another play with it, I noticed that it seems to have changed the file names for the ones with a "New" or "New_" prefix. What it hasn't done is change the folder names. Any idea how to do that?
Also, is this supposed to run at boot?
Hi, @rpb424 ,
Did you have to make any specific alterations to your rule? I've set the default "Remove New: prefix" at the top level (/media/My Video), and when running the rule, nothing happens - even after reboot:
29/08/2020 22:19 - --- SWEEP(1) STARTING FOR /media/My Video/New_ The Deceived...
Is there anything you'd recommend for troubleshooting the newk package? I've had this working a treat previously, but now when I look I see that there are a load of directories prefixed with New: This is in my newk watchlist, so they should be created without the "New:" prefix, but I have...
Ah, ok, that explains it then! Thanks for the pointer. I'll schedule a daily wake up at 04:30 like the others, leave it on for a couple of minutes and then get it to power down again. That should cause it to check in.
Thanks for your quick reply.
I'm just comparing the FoxSat HDR with the Fox T2 HDR and when I look at the settings on the remote scheduling site, for the 2x FoxT2 HDRs, I see the following at 04:30 each morning:
--- Auto Update ---
(Actually, on one of them I'd managed somehow to delete the auto update, as there...
Yep, mine came from a 3rd party seller, fulfilled by Amazon. Just bought another one - no issues with them (touch wood!) - straight in the Humax and recognised without any additional legwork!
I can’t post links, but if you search Amazon for:
Seagate ST2000VM003 Pipeline HD 2 TB 3.5-Inch...