Epg updating service list
Also check on your hdd if you have a folder backup. If this is not the case, Buy a network cable long enough to connect your box temporarily to the router. (Via Menu - Settings - System - Network) Now switch off your box. Plug-ins can be installed from the remote control by pressing Menu-Applications-Download and selecting here (Up en Down arrow en OK button) the desired plug-in.(Power down and switch the power off) Insert the stick and switch the power on. When done installing the plug-ins, restart your box (Not allways needed, but sometimes required) Congratulations you upgraded your box. instead of deciding which images the users have to put on their enigma2 boxes.The XMLTV Plugin is under GPL, and all my modificiations are public and license is kept, so I don't need to be blamed for anything, except maybe fixing some of the bugs and bad coding the plugin has and doing small enhancements like adding EPG language support. The XMLTV Plugin is under GPL, and all my modificiations are public and license is kept, so I don't need to be blamed for anything, except maybe fixing some of the bugs and bad coding the plugin has and doing small enhancements like adding EPG language support.You do exactly the same, with your tmpd checks and timebombs.You know this very well, so no need to resort to stupid statements like this. Since the middle of last week, it was difficult for me to update 2 of the download sites.
With Plex Media Server version 1.16.1 users in unsupported countries will have to switch to an XMLTV based EPG solution to maintain overall Live TV & DVR functionality.Open the rytec.file on your box (dir /etc/epgimport/) The required urls's are found in the first part of the file, after Name the file anything. Store this file anywhere (except in /tmp/) on your box or a NAS drive accesible by your box. (and will remove posted examples) The FAQ's have been corrected with generic examples. No, you can't, packages are generated from source by the build process, I don't think that ipk's from Open PLi 4 work on earlier versions.Next create a something.file in which you reference the newly created anything.file and the XMLTV files. Those with enough experience and knowledge will find a way. If you have a supported box (and you are sure of that), you can just download the latest Open PLi 4 image from the homepage, and flash the box. maybe you then should fix the file format to be built properly, as my original reply asked for ...And I am talking about hundreds of downloads per hour and per IP address. But it got me in terrible trouble with the webmasters of the different websites.
And at each moment a couple of hundreds IP addresses were downloading the same file. All the info is in the current versions of XMLTVimport and Crossepg. (If the plug-in is not up-to-date in the image you are using contact your image builder, and ask him to make contact with me, with full disclosure of their credentials) So the solution is simple. And if you have an older system, it is time to upgrade your box to the most recent image.
Willy Is it you or the PLi Image build who is producing always a DOS formatted ? Willy Because one of the owners of your download servers doesn't want to be used by Dreamboxes, hence I always remove it from the because I'm respecting such wishes - no matter how childish they are.