AAF Don"t Cry Image

mbd
01-04-2012, 18:45
AAF Don't Cry Image
M15000 g3650

for all boxes

IP Box 900
IP Box 9000
IP Box 91
IP Box 910

Danke an Team Ducktales sowie allen, die im Duckbox SH4 Projekt
am tollen Basisimage mitwirken. Und natuerlich an alle, die dieses
Image ermoeglicht und getestet haben.
Besonderen Dank geht an Obiwatn76,
der die Fertigstellung des Don't Cry Image ermöglichte.

Euer AAF Team

http://svn.aaf-board.com/public/image/

Majidjan
05-04-2012, 09:50
Hello.
I'm newbie to this box and have a question. What is the difference between these images for ipbox900 :

AAF_M15000_g3650_ipbox900_update_enigma2_p207_P191-FFM-LCD_M2_FULL_nodebug.img
AAF_M15000_g3650_ipbox900_update_enigma2_p207_P191-FFM-LCD_M2_UPDATEUSB_nodebug.img
AAF_M15000_g3650_ipbox900_update_enigma2_p207_P191-FFM-LCD_M2_USB_nodebug.tar.gz
AAF_M15000_g3650_ipbox900_update_enigma2_p207_P191-FFM_M2_FULL_nodebug.img
AAF_M15000_g3650_ipbox900_update_enigma2_p207_P191-FFM_M2_UPDATEUSB_nodebug.img
AAF_M15000_g3650_ipbox900_update_enigma2_p207_P191-FFM_M2_USB_nodebug.tar.gz
AAF_M15000_g3650_ipbox900_update_enigma2_p207_P191-GST_M2_FULL_nodebug.img
AAF_M15000_g3650_ipbox900_update_enigma2_p207_P191-GST_M2_UPDATEUSB_nodebug.img
AAF_M15000_g3650_ipbox900_update_enigma2_p207_P191-GST_M2_USB_nodebug.tar.gz

I can't get the meaning of some numbers and words like p207 - P191 - FFM - GST - M2 - LCD...
Please give me a brief description.
Best regards.

mbd
05-04-2012, 10:51
lcd means support for external lcd-display (conrad lcd) implemented (without a connected lcd-display, the image is very slow in the menu)
ffm is the "normal" Image with the normal palyer implemented
gst means, the gstreamer player is implemented. gst is a more stable palyer for streaming... picture quality maybe different. There are a lot of differences. Fast forward an rewind is not supported for example...
full=usb+hdd
usb=usb
updateusb=flash

Majidjan
06-04-2012, 01:12
Thank you mdb
What is flash ? Is this a kind of installing image by cable ?
Best Regards.

mbd
06-04-2012, 01:30
using usb stick.

Majidjan
06-04-2012, 08:19
Hello.
What does "usb" refer to ? I thought that refers to usb stick.
Is there any guide for these words ? any guide for how to install image ? flash and everything fo using this box ?
I'm newbie.
Thank you

mbd
06-04-2012, 10:30
D.L file.[ flash ver] extract and rename usb_update.img
format dok fat32 and transfer file .
disconnect box from power' and connect dok hold power button and
reconnect box when "usb update" come on release the power button and
wait until "done" come up.disconnect dok and restart the box.
thats how u flash a box.

read user manual.

rumpenshtilken
10-04-2012, 10:02
Hello,

user = ?
pass = ?

for DCC

Thank you in advance.

manosm
10-04-2012, 15:36
user is root
there is no pass leave it empty

samyboy2
12-04-2012, 11:25
How to install cccam with this image , thanks a lot

mbd
12-04-2012, 13:18
from aaf blue panel .

aqa
13-04-2012, 16:37
hi i cant find any emu for this image in blue panal

mbd
13-04-2012, 18:18
first u have 2 dl & install the ipkg
then u will have it all .

cd /tmp
ipkg install enigma2-plugin-feed-enigma_1.0_sh4.ipk

piccolonicky
24-05-2012, 09:56
What is a setting editor compatible with this image? I tried Relook Pceditor 1.2.60 but I can't make it work. Any suggestion?

vip1003
24-05-2012, 13:01
hi

SatChannelListEditor

Dreamset

Vip1003

piccolonicky
27-05-2012, 14:17
Thanks for the reply. Dreamset is super.

Now I have another problem. I upgraded from DGS. The internal HD worked flawlessly for years. This image (flashed) no longer recognize the HD.

fdisk -l returns nothing. If I connect the HD via USB it's seen.

I googled for hours, but unfortunately I found nothing.

Any idea?

arken
01-06-2012, 19:55
@piccolonicky If your HDD has been used with DGS image then it is probably already formatted with ext2 ot ext3 system, in this case all you need to do is:
1. List your devices with fdisk -l, and find your HDD name - it will be sda1 or sdb1
2. mount your HDD manually from telnet command prompt:
mount /dev/sda1 /media/hdd
3. Make movie dir on your mounted HDD:
mkdir -p /media/hdd/movie

That's all

Cheers

piccolonicky
02-06-2012, 14:12
@piccolonicky If your HDD has been used with DGS image then it is probably already formatted with ext2 ot ext3 system, in this case all you need to do is:
1. List your devices with fdisk -l, and find your HDD name - it will be sda1 or sdb1
2. mount your HDD manually from telnet command prompt:
mount /dev/sda1 /media/hdd
3. Make movie dir on your mounted HDD:
mkdir -p /media/hdd/movie

That's all

Cheers

As I said, fdisk -l returns nothing. I tried to connect another HD internally, but still nothing (2 different brands, Samsung and WD).

So I moved the DGS hard drive externally, using a sata-usb box.

/dev/sda1 1 125 1004031 83 Linux
/dev/sda2 126 38913 311564610 83 Linux


Now i try to mount the sda2.


AAF-ipbox910:/media# mount /dev/sda2 /media/hdd
Failed to startup volume: Invalid argument.
Failed to mount '/dev/sda2': Invalid argument.
The device '/dev/sda2' doesn't have a valid NTFS.
Maybe you selected the wrong device? Or the whole disk instead of a
partition (e.g. /dev/hda, not /dev/hda1)? Or the other way around?
Mount failed.
mount: mounting /dev/sda2 on /media/hdd failed: No such file or directory


The HD is automounted as:
/dev/sda2 on /media/autofs/sda2 type ext2 (rw,noatime,nodiratime,barrier=1,data=writeback)

So, how can I see if the sata controller is correctly recognized by the OS?
If it's not recognized, how can I use the external HD for recording and timeshifting?

arken
02-06-2012, 15:52
You guessed right that may be the OS (enigma2) does not recognize your SATA chip and/or HDD. There is not much that you can do about it so lets stick to USB connection.

Follow these steps:

1. umount your HDD if automounted - umount /dev/sda2
2. delete all partitions of your hard disk, and create one new - fdisk /dev/sdb
- press d, and select partition 1, then again until delete all partitions
- press n to create new partition, and follow the instructions, use defaults, just press enter
- press w to write changes and exit
- now you have created one large linux partition on your disk (/dev/sda1)
3. Format your new partition with ext2 filesystem - mkfs.ext2 /dev/sda1
4. sync OS file system - sync
5. mount the partition - mount /dev/sda1 /media/hdd
6. make movie dir - mkdir -p /media/hdd/movie

Done

arken
03-06-2012, 12:47
and mkdir /media/hdd if not exist

japoguapo
12-06-2012, 10:28
the best E2 image for ipbox900hd so far!!
thnx aaf team!!

biambo
14-08-2012, 22:33
help!
I installed aaf image of ipbox 910HD,
how do i download the emu?
there is no panel emu.
thank you!

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