Web Interface Not Showing Loader Version of HD-FOX T2

Brian

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I have recently installed CF 3.10 (1.03.02) on a new HD-FOX T2, the box came with 1.02.20, and Loader version L7.26.
Everything seemed to install ok, but the Web Interface shows the Loader version as "Unknown - e5e3". Is there any way to correct this so that the Loader version is shown?
 

MontysEvilTwin

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I have recently installed CF 3.10 (1.03.02) on a new HD-FOX T2, the box came with 1.02.20, and Loader version L7.26.
Everything seemed to install ok, but the Web Interface shows the Loader version as "Unknown - e5e3". Is there any way to correct this so that the Loader version is shown?
Webif probably does not recognise loader 7.26 as a valid version. It is probably a trivial change for af123 to make, but anyway I would install regular 1.02.28 or 1.02.29 first and then reinstall the custom firmware again. The later 1.02 firmware versions for the HD-FOX also included a loader update to version 7.27, IIRC.
 
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Brian

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Webif probably does not recognise loader 7.26 as a valid version. It is probably a trivial change for af123 to make, but anyway I would install regular 1.02.28 or 1.02.29 first and then reinstall the custom firmware again. The later 1.02 firmware versions for the HD-FOX also included a loader update to version 7.27, IIRC.
Thanks for the suggestion. I have installed 1.02.29, which has updated the loader to L7.27, then reinstalled 1.03.02 CF 3.10. The Web Interface now shows the Loader version as L7.27.:)
 

prpr

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Webif probably does not recognise loader 7.26 as a valid version. It is probably a trivial change for af123 to make
Correct on both counts:
Code:
humax /mnt/hd2/mod/webif/lib # diff system.class~ system.class
--- system.class~
+++ system.class
@@ -133,6 +133,7 @@
  "\xec\xe5" { format "a7.31" }
  "\x59\x9d" { format "a7.33" }
  "\x72\x5c" { format "a7.34" }
+  "\xe5\xe3" { format "L7.26" }
  "\x8f\x7c" { format "L7.27" }
  default {
  binary scan $bytes H* hex
 
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