...or:Download the patch from HERE. Put it onto your USB stick, same as you did with the firmware .hdf file. This time though, just plug it into your HDR while it is fully booted. Wait one minute then remove it and reboot. If it succeeded the .opk file you put onto the USB stick will have been renamed to .opk.done.
Now make a short HD test recording and copy it off to your PC, or stream it via Bluray player. N.B. All HD recordings made prior to the patch installation still remain encrypted.
If you have telnet enabled on your box and PC telnet into the box IP address in a CMD window.
Copy and Paste the following and enter it after the Foxsat prompt. Reboot the box to load the patch
opkg install http://www.nowster.org.uk/humax/settop-patch_4.0.9utc_mips.opk
Look up Mediatomb. As I understand it, there is a FOXSAT custom firmware readme available from the Web Interface.Not sure about how to stream with blu Ray player thanks
Give us a clue (make and model of blu-ray player would help} . Is it a smart model with media playback options ? . re-install Twonky it does work with the CF.Thanks the filename has changed to Done. Not sure about how to stream with blu Ray player thanks
Re I am hardly in a position to remove dead links, remove duplicated /redundant information. I am just an occasional tinkered, who is trying to get the best out of old technology which cost me not much and does 90% of what I'd like to doSo improve it. You have to remember this forum is not the primary resource for FOXSAT custom firmware, even if the primary resource has gone cold.
Tried following the link re vlc /playlist. When I select Media Tomb. Or re enabled Samba. The laptop exits from vlc. Maybe its to old to cope?
Anon. Able to veiw on Android devices via VLC/Media Tomb. "Twonky version has expired"! but not old laptop! ThanksTried following the link re vlc /playlist. When I select Media Tomb. Or re enabled Samba. The laptop exits from vlc. Maybe its to old to cope?
I put vlc on an Android tablet. Twonky and Medi Tomb are seen but no files in them.?
Re, not really bothered about the laptop. It is stone age! It's working on the tablet now and that will suffice, shame the hdr software can't be modernised as it is so nearly there!What version of VLC are you using on the laptop? What operating system and version is it running?