WebIF does not show all media content

alexp

Member
Seven recordings stored under "My Video".
Numbers 1 and 2 (the oldest two) were with STANDARD FIRMWARE 1.03.12.
The latest five were recorded after installing the CF, a couple of days ago

The WebIF only shows program numbers 1 and 3 !
Telnet shows all seven.

Any ideas?
 

prpr

Well-Known Member
Are any of them "Locked" and what version of WebIf? There was a recent bug that caused something like this.
 
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alexp

Member
Web interface version: 1.2.4-7
Custom firmware version: 3.03 (build 2368)
Humax Version: 1.03.12 (kernel HDR_CFW_3.03)

On the TV they are all a mix of G, HD and ENC. None are locked.

The two visible in the WebIF show flags:

SD, indexedByDLNA, OPT+
none

..and on the TV those two show, respectively:

none
HD, ENC
 

prpr

Well-Known Member
Check webif-error.log on the Diag page. Still worth updating to 1.2.4-8 as well.
 
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alexp

Member
Sorry I clicked the log not the error log:

12 at file "/mod/webif/lib/browse.class", line 129
11 in procedure 'ts' called at file "/mod/webif/html/browse/index.jim", line 201
10 in procedure 'entry' called at file "/mod/webif/html/browse/index.jim", line 304
9 /mod/webif/lib/browse.class:129: Error: invalid command name ""
8 at file "/mod/webif/lib/browse.class", line 129
7 in procedure 'ts' called at file "/mod/webif/html/browse/index.jim", line 201
6 in procedure 'entry' called at file "/mod/webif/html/browse/index.jim", line 304
5 /mod/webif/lib/browse.class:129: Error: invalid command name ""
4 at file "/mod/webif/lib/browse.class", line 129
3 in procedure 'ts' called at file "/mod/webif/html/browse/index.jim", line 201
2 in procedure 'entry' called at file "/mod/webif/html/browse/index.jim", line 304
1 /mod/webif/lib/browse.class:129: Error: invalid command name ""
 

MymsMan

Ad detector
To update go to Packages and select the Upgrades tab, you can also install the auto-update package to automate the checking and installation

Your log entries look similar to the recently fixed bug,
 
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alexp

Member
Right,
I "upgraded all packages".
The list is now complete.
Thanks.

Confused about the difference between "upgrading" and "updating" ?
 

Black Hole

May contain traces of nut
...in other words the two buttons "Update package list from internet" and "upgrade all packages"
The answer is in the words: "Update..." updates the locally-stored list of packages, not the packages themselves, and is an appropriate action to perform prior to actually upgrading the packages so you can see what's new..
 
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alexp

Member
Yes, I see. Doesn't seem like it could be put more clearly. Doh!
Both are coming from the internet (which confuses).
Both are "updating", I guess only the packages could be seen as being upgrading as an alternative.
So it's:
Update local list of packages
Update all packages
 

prpr

Well-Known Member
I don't see what "Refresh" gives over "Update".
Can you update packages to something other than the "latest"? No, you can't, so why bother with those two extra words?
 

raydon

Well-Known Member
"update" and "upgrade" are the standard commands for synchronizing the package index, and upgrading packages in package management systems like apt-get and opkg.
Best to just leave them alone. It's really not that difficult to understand is it ?
 

Trev

The Dumb One
Not once you know.:roflmao: But a bit confusing if you don't. For instance, does 'Upgrade All Packages' download all the latest stuff or do you have to 'Update Package List From Internet' first? It's not self explanatory.
 

Trev

The Dumb One
Well, what's the answer.
Oh, and why did you 'have to work it out'? Is it not self explanatory?:eek:
 
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