Runtime Error: /mod/var/mongoose/lib/epg.class:136: near "/": syntax error in procedure '.00000000000000000001>' called at file "epg_search.jim", line 97 in procedure 'epg get_channel_info' called at file "/mod/lib/jim/oo.tcl", line 46 at file "/mod/lib/jim/oo.tcl", line 62 at file "/mod/var/mongoose/lib/epg.class", line 136
Runtime Error: /mod/var/mongoose/lib/epg.class:80: expected number but got "" in procedure '.00000000000000000001>' called at file "epg_search.jim", line 99 in procedure 'epg ended' called at file "/mod/lib/jim/oo.tcl", line 46 at file "/mod/lib/jim/oo.tcl", line 62 at file "/mod/var/mongoose/lib/epg.class", line 80
However, rebooting with both drives plugged in crashes the WebIF interface. Rebooting with both drives plugged in (but having removed the /mod folder from the UPD)...Super Lurker said:The HDD by itself shows the correct Pie chart as you would expect, and is Drive 1.
Hot plug in UPD and it shows up as Drive 2. When highlighted the Pie chart still shows that of the HDD.
Everything is normal on the TV-Media view. Pie chart switches between the two.
Super Lurker said:Went through the same procedure as before, except when I rebooted I got the basic Webif screen with the invitation to- 'Download and Install the Full Web Interface' (I think they are the words - it's the screen you get after installing the modded firmware and restarting). Didn't do it.
I pulled out the UPD but when I re-accessed the Webif I still had the basic screen.
Required a reboot to get the full Webif back.
Obviously the UPD must not be left in. It is strange that the Humax detects the UPD first.
It seems that the Pie chart shows whichever drive is first in the lineup and stays stuck on that.
Commentary: I'm not sure about the "when highlighted" part - is the pie chart supposed to follow the highlighted drive?Super Lurker said:I can only see the UPD Pie chart in Webif if the UPD has the mod folder.
I think he's probably hit the nail on the head there.Super Lurker said:I have had a thought about why the UPD is detected first. Nothing to do with the position in the USB extender.
The UPD is alive, so to speak, as soon as it receives power but the HDD takes a little longer to spin up. Enough of a lag for the HDD to come second.
Does any of that make any sense?