Cable Wooshbuild Infinity

Cairnsy99

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Hi
One of my boxes is stuck on 49 in boot up using wooshbuild infinity.
My other box using grogs build is fine.

Is there an easy fix for this or do I need to reflash?
Cheers
 
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grog68

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stuck on 49 is normally a plugin or skin issue, have you done any software updates as that has a habit of causing issues and probably more so at the moment with the changes that ATV have been making of the past few weeks
 

Cairnsy99

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stuck on 49 is normally a plugin or skin issue, have you done any software updates as that has a habit of causing issues and probably more so at the moment with the changes that ATV have been making of the past few weeks
I've not updated anything.
It was working fine at 22:00 last night and then, this morning, it was stuck on 50%.
I turned the box off and back on and now it sticks on 49%.
I can't connect the box via open webif.

My other box in another room is working fine using your build.
 

grog68

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if you install putty on your pc you should be able to connect to the box in the same way you would if using the 'terminal' in open webif that way if you need to.

Does the box just stop on 49 or does it get to 49 and then reboot?
 

grog68

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Would I be able to connect the box via FileZilla and maybe see if any plugin was auto installed overnight, and then delete said plugin?
yes you should be able to connect via filezilla, if you then look in /home/root/logs you can grab the latest log file and see if there is anything obvious in there
 

Cairnsy99

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if you install putty on your pc you should be able to connect to the box in the same way you would if using the 'terminal' in open webif that way if you need to.

Does the box just stop on 49 or does it get to 49 and then reboot?
It looks like it is trying to reboot every few minutes but the box stays on 49
 

grog68

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if you install putty you may be able to see what's running but as has been mentioned above reflashing may be quicker.
 

Cairnsy99

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if you install putty you may be able to see what's running but as has been mentioned above reflashing may be quicker.
Cheers.
The only update I could find overnight was with crossepg.

I didn't really want to reflash as I had done a lot of adjustments (IPTV set up etc) but it looks like I will have to.
 

grog68

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you could try turning power off for a few seconds, unplug the usb stick from back and turninng on without the usb stick
 

grog68

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how much stuff is on your hdd?

in putty type :

Code:
df -h
it should show how much space is available on different mounts on the box, similar to (although space will be different as I have different box and 1tb hdd)

Code:
/dev/root                 3.5G    617.3M      2.7G  18% /
devtmpfs                362.0M      4.0K    362.0M   0% /dev
tmpfs                    64.0K         0     64.0K   0% /media
tmpfs                   370.1M     13.5M    356.6M   4% /var/volatile
/dev/sda1               930.4G     41.0G    889.4G   4% /media/hdd
 

Cairnsy99

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how much stuff is on your hdd?

in putty type :

Code:
df -h
it should show how much space is available on different mounts on the box, similar to (although space will be different as I have different box and 1tb hdd)

Code:
/dev/root                 3.5G    617.3M      2.7G  18% /
devtmpfs                362.0M      4.0K    362.0M   0% /dev
tmpfs                    64.0K         0     64.0K   0% /media
tmpfs                   370.1M     13.5M    356.6M   4% /var/volatile
/dev/sda1               930.4G     41.0G    889.4G   4% /media/hdd

[email protected]:~# df -h
Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on
ubi0:rootfs 216.9M 216.9M 4.0K 100% /
devtmpfs 152.5M 4.0K 152.5M 0% /dev
tmpfs 64.0K 0 64.0K 0% /media
tmpfs 152.6M 224.0K 152.4M 0% /var/volatile
/dev/sda1 930.3G 155.1M 930.1G 0% /media/hdd
 

grog68

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you need to find out what's on there, is epg.dat stored on there for some reason? if so it can be deleted for time being.

is there much rubbish in /tmp folder?

are there any logs in /home/root/logs ? of so delete them

if pushed remove unused skins which are stored in /usr/share/enigmsa2/skinname

uninstall unused plugins and make sure their folders are also removed
 

Cairnsy99

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you need to find out what's on there, is epg.dat stored on there for some reason? if so it can be deleted for time being.

is there much rubbish in /tmp folder?

are there any logs in /home/root/logs ? of so delete them

if pushed remove unused skins which are stored in /usr/share/enigmsa2/skinname

uninstall unused plugins and make sure their folders are also removed
There are a load of tmp files in the crossepg folder. Large files at that.
Can they be deleted?
 
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