OK... so do we have in installer guide for dummies? Like a link to what we have to download... and what to do with it?
Read the thread here for details:OK... so do we have in installer guide for dummies? Like a link to what we have to download... and what to do with it?
I've sent the screenshot to email@example.com. Thanks.Once I can schedule them from the same page I'll be very happy.
I gave the latest version a quick spin last night on my HD and don't remember seeing anything wrong with the settings or "Browse media files" pages....Sorry James, I don't understand. Are you saying that neither of those two screens work at all?
Can anyone else with a HD model confirm?
That's expected although maybe not how it should be. The content type/keyword search links are just at the top of the search results page and not the main EPG now/next page. I wanted to keep now/next fairly clean. I'll add them to both, hidden but with a link to bring them in.I seem to have a problem when I open the EPG page. The EPG search box is not expanding to display the 'Content Type' and 'Keyword' search options until I click on Search with an empty Query field. Same happens in both Firefox 5.0 an IE 8.0.
I'll look into that too.Only difference is that Firefox additionally displays an error message. (because of the empty query field no doubt).
Runtime Error: epg_search.jim:154: can't read "records": no such variable at file "epg_search.jim", line 154.
That's already there but it's using the same new indication that the Humax uses in the media browser, which is the small yellow triangle with a + in it at the top left of the media icon. I've also implemented it for non-.ts files by checking whether a .hmi exists which I find useful.P.S. Feature request for af123: Media Browser - Any chance of a "New !" icon for unwatched media similar to the way the 'Lock' icon is implemented.
Good compromise, thanks in advance.That's expected although maybe not how it should be. The content type/keyword search links are just at the top of the search results page and not the main EPG now/next page. I wanted to keep now/next fairly clean. I'll add them to both, hidden but with a link to bring them in.
Thanks once again af123, couldn't see what was under my nose !That's already there but it's using the same new indication that the Humax uses in the media browser, which is the small yellow triangle with a + in it at the top left of the media icon.
In the .series files the word at offset 0 should be the count of the number of recordings in the directory, it is incremented when a new recording is made. The word at offset 4 is incremented when a new recording is played. The new icon is displayed when these two parameters are different. However, it doesn't seem to bother decrementing them when a recording is deleted.Haven't done it for directories yet although it might be useful. Presumably the Humax actually does a recursive scan to work out which directories have new content - I expected to find a flag in the .series file in some of the directories but was unsuccessful.
Yep. They just come up blank except the header banner (which does work as a link back to the main menu) Obviously this is just my ox - ill have a look into it and get back to youSorry James, I don't understand. Are you saying that neither of those two screens work at all?
Can anyone else with a HD model confirm?
Another "Me too" here to the opkg update first time hang, second time OK.Me too, I frequently have problems connecting to hummypkg.org.uk the first time round but then it seems to "wake up" and is fine after that.
I might just block removal of that via the web interface. I've already blocked shutting down that service through the service management screen. People can use the command line if they really want to do that.1) It might be a good idea to add an "Are you really sure" option if people decide to click on "Remove" for webif.
That's already there. If you update the package list from the Internet, then upgradable packages should be highlighted in yellow and have an 'Upgrade' button.2) An update option would be sweet, but you can achieve that through remove/install so it's not critical
That's interesting, I don't see that problem here.3) Opkg update seems to regularly fail (it hangs) the first time it is run on my box, but it works the second time.
Yes, it's actually because the package system is locked.If I navigate away from the package page while updating from the Internet, the package management page becomes useless (empty) because webif can't spawn another opkg until the old one has timed out.
Collected errors: * opkg_conf_load: Could not lock /tmp/opkg.lock: Resource temporarily unavailable.
Yes there is. The EPG interface was the first challenging part of that and now the information that's needed to populate the schedule table is available. However, there's more work to do with the hardware API so that wake-up timers are set properly. I don't have the time to start work on that at the moment so I'm waiting until I can concentrate on it. I'll start a new thread about it so we can keep the scheduling discussion in one place.Apart from those, is there anything that can be done on the scheduling front? It would be interesting to have a go at that problem so that we can achieve scheduling from the EPG or simply schedule backup and restore.