Update to HDR_FOX_T2_1.03.12_mod_3.00 is causing problems


I upgraded today and now am told the humax has crashed and I should view the crash log. This conatins one line saying the humax crashed. The first warning said that some packages may have been prevented from running.

When I access it I get a message saying that webif has been upgraded to 1.0.18-3 which I acknowledge.

On the diag page I see that all logs have an X in a red circle against them now.

When I access the tv portal all I get now is the basic humax portal.

Rather than make more of a mess, can I obtain guidance to repair the system?

Black Hole

May contain traces of nut
The only real problem I see in all that is the TV Portal: if this is your first dip into 1.03.xx territory you have to be aware that the portal-xtra1 package is not compatible with the new browser implementation and must be removed. You can use new-portal instead.

The only other thing you might need to do is run the fix-flash-packages diagnostic.


portal-xtra1 package was not installed so I selected to install new-portal but get this error:

>>> opkg install new-portal
Installing new-portal (1.01) to root...
Collected errors:
* check_conflicts_for: The following packages conflict with new-portal:
* check_conflicts_for: custom-portal *
* opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package new-portal.

fix-flash-packages diagnostic results:

>>> Beginning diagnostic fix-flash-packages

Running: fix-flash-packages
Re-installing poweron-channel
Removing package poweron-channel from root...
Installing poweron-channel (1.0.3) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/poweron-channel_1.0.3_mipsel.opk.
Configuring poweron-channel.
Re-installing tmenu
Removing package tmenu from root...
Installing tmenu (1.10) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/tmenu_1.10_mipsel.opk.
Configuring tmenu.
Re-installing multienv
Removing package multienv from root...
Installing multienv (1.7-1) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/multienv_1.7-1_mipsel.opk.
Configuring multienv.
Re-installing redring
Removing package redring from root...
Installing redring (2.17) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/redring_2.17_mipsel.opk.
Redring install ()
Configuring redring.
Re-installing disable-ota
Removing package disable-ota from root...
Installing disable-ota (1.0.2) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/disable-ota_1.0.2_mipsel.opk.
Configuring disable-ota.
Re-installing disable-dso
Removing package disable-dso from root...
Installing disable-dso (0.2) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/disable-dso_0.2_mipsel.opk.
Configuring disable-dso.
Re-installing dlna-servername
Removing package dlna-servername from root...
Installing dlna-servername (1.0.3) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/dlna-servername_1.0.3_mipsel.opk.
Configuring dlna-servername.
Re-installing undelete
Removing package undelete from root...
Installing undelete (1.6-1) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/undelete_1.6-1_mipsel.opk.
Configuring undelete.
Re-installing rsvsync
Removing package rsvsync from root...
Installing rsvsync (1.0.3) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/rsvsync_1.0.3_mipsel.opk.
Configuring rsvsync.

Following a re-boot the tv portal button brings up the TV apps, not the portal.

Will it be ok to clear all logs? Will they not be needed?

A further attempt to install portal-xtra1 still gets the same error.

Edit: custom-portal was not installed either.
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Ezra Pound

Well-Known Member
It looks like you are getting a report saying that there are remnants of earlier Custom TV Portals that are stopping the new one being installed, you can clear this away by going to Web-If >> Diagnostics >> Run Diagnostic >> remove_portals >> Run. After you have done this try installing new-portal again from the Package Management >> Available screen