GrogBuild Updates to Grogbuild FreeRange

grog68

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This morning I have made two changes to Grogbuild FreeRange:

1. You are no longer asked for your cable netid during setup for obvious reasons, instead you are asked to select your FreeView Transmitter from the list, entering 0 will mean freeview is not setup. Now if you're like me, you select the correct transmitter but you don't get your local channel then follow the instructions posted by @dsayers2014 at Freeview (DVB-T) no signal

2. If you record IPTV on your box you will notice that they are recorded as stream files and when you view your recording lists it shows the long file name and no program info so I have updated one of the enigma2 files so it now records IPTV as a ts file, thanks to @Willo3092 for pointing me in the right direction. This means your redording lists will display the same for IPTV recordings as it does on Sat or Freeview, ie just the program name and it gives you program info aswell. There is a slight bug in that one of the files that recordings create is named slightly incorrectlly so once you delete a recording it will leave a small file behind, you won't see this in the recordings list but if you browse to your /media/hdd/movies folder on the box you will see odd files.

Please let me know if you have any issues
 

pabloescaban

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This morning I have made two changes to Grogbuild FreeRange:

1. You are no longer asked for your cable netid during setup for obvious reasons, instead you are asked to select your FreeView Transmitter from the list, entering 0 will mean freeview is not setup. Now if you're like me, you select the correct transmitter but you don't get your local channel then follow the instructions posted by @dsayers2014 at Freeview (DVB-T) no signal

2. If you record IPTV on your box you will notice that they are recorded as stream files and when you view your recording lists it shows the long file name and no program info so I have updated one of the enigma2 files so it now records IPTV as a ts file, thanks to @Willo3092 for pointing me in the right direction. This means your redording lists will display the same for IPTV recordings as it does on Sat or Freeview, ie just the program name and it gives you program info aswell. There is a slight bug in that one of the files that recordings create is named slightly incorrectlly so once you delete a recording it will leave a small file behind, you won't see this in the recordings list but if you browse to your /media/hdd/movies folder on the box you will see odd files.

Please let me know if you have any issues
When saving lines and timers before flashing, does it save iptv lines such as in jedimakerxtream and others?
 
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