Here is where you can find a copy of the Humidify utility for manipulating HDF files. It's also available to run directly on a Humax via the package framework; just install the humidify package.
Does this utility allow me to produce my own customised firmware using my beta hdf?
Is this the way to go?
$ humidify-1.0.2/humidify.exe -S3 -x hdr_fox_t2_upgrade_1.02.20.hdf Opening hdr_fox_t2_upgrade_1.02.20.hdf, 19129839 bytes. Blocks: 621 Model: 4 System ID: 80bc.7e00 Skipping file 1 Skipping file 2 x 3.hdfbin-3-1a00000.raw Checksum mismatch Calculated: fae4d4cdc333ddfea18272423cb87547737ea9342c2e762c55734a976ff3a7e6fae4d4cdc333ddfea18272423cb87547737ea9342c2e762c55734a976ff3a7e6 Embedded: 8101eb4f70b4adfae246540132dcaaf24bf3972e98871cf3fd3d03ccdff2a5ed (2097152 bytes) Processed in: 0.20s HDF Tool v1.0.2, by af123, 2011.
Can you give some insight into the contents of the flash memory? I see something that looks like filenames but not much more that is usefull. A second stage bootloader and some compressed flash filesystem?I see the same checksum error but the file was identical to the contents of the flash memory.