Either will workDoes it have to be putty or can webif terminal on the box take the command ,had box few days now just building up to setting it up. H9 twin se
I'm using my phone atm and there's no android version of putty but I do have a basic telnet app that i use to login in to my other zgemma box and then getting a command line shell so hoping that will work for this new box.You might find putty easier using openvix
If it works with one Enigma2 receiver it il work with all other Enigma2 receivers. It will work.I do have a basic telnet app that i use to login in to my other zgemma box and then getting a command line shell so hoping that will work for this new box.
You can use flash expander later on if you need it. But I doubt you will need it. How much space do you have ? How much space do you want? What will you be installing?Before I go and flash this is there anyway I can extend the memory on my zgemma h9 twin se like I did on my org hs9 which doesn't have multiboot but the se does so is there a script to route emmc or nand whatever ro sd and make all 4 multiboot slots larger.
root@zgemmah9sse:~# df -Th Filesystem Type Size Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/mmcblk0p23 ext4 12.2G 1.2G 10.5G 10% / devtmpfs devtmpfs 421.3M 40.0K 421.3M 0% /dev tmpfs tmpfs 64.0K 0 64.0K 0% /media /dev/mmcblk0p4 vfat 2.0M 20.0K 2.0M 1% /boot tmpfs tmpfs 421.6M 172.0K 421.4M 0% /var/volatile /dev/sda1 vfat 3.8G 2.3G 1.5G 61% /media/hdd root@zgemmah9sse:~#
WilloBuild - WilloBuild OpenViX 6.3 SeriesAnyone know why i am getting this errro
Cannot write to ‘latestvix.zip’ (Function not implemented).
root@sf8008:~# Cannot write to ‘latestvix.zip’ (Function not implemented).
-sh: syntax error near unexpected token `('
You have downloaded the zipped file and put it in your box.I have gone onto that link but can't appear to find an answer to the error message
forget the error message did you read replies you need to unzip file and have usb mountedI have gone onto that link but can't appear to find an answer to the error message
Thanks for help I redone it and when I run in putty it appeared to extract itself and installed onto my sf8008forget the error message did you read replies you need to unzip file and have usb mounted
If your provider has given you the m3u, you can use xtreamity or jedimaker or both, I used both because I liked jedi for live TV but used xtreamity for on demand series and movies as it has a search function and synopsis of each item.Thanks for help I redone it and when I run in putty it appeared to extract itself and installed onto my sf8008
It has now been installed onto my box
Appreciate your help
One final question do I have to use xstreamity to watch or is there a better app to use
Thanks all updated but just unsure of the playlist locationJedimakerxtream creates bouquets I prefer this for live channels then xstreamity for VOD/TV series
menu, plugins I think jedimakerxtream is installed by default on vix if not greed to download plugins, extensions and install jedimakerxtream then reboot box
jedimakerxtream in plugins choose settings and set playlist location same as xstreamity then green to save
Choose playlist then press ok on your playlist you can leave everything default unless you want to change player. Set VOD and series category to no unless you want them in bouquets
Green to continue
Choose your bouquets you want to keep and untick unwanted bouquets then green to create bouquets
Exit to main TV viewing and check a few channels
Mem, plugins, epg importer and press blue button for sources and tick your providers source then green to save. Choose yellow button manual import to import epg
You can use the same playlist in jedi and Xstreamity only 1 will work at any time and its the same device.Thanks all updated but just unsure of the playlist location
Are you saying change the xstreamity one to the jedi one and than still view within xstreamity ?
You can use either plugin enter the same manual details as you have in xstreamity into jediSorry guys are you saying that if I use the jedi or xstreamity playlists I still
Have to view them via xstreamity