At the beginning of the build it did create a cache file mate.If you want to kill the box 8lb sledge will destruct it.
For fixing it " Why the need for a swapfile?
A swapfile provides a temporary storage area commonly called a cache. This can be seen as a form of extended memory where the system can process 'live' data. This feature can be useful for low memory boxes such as, the Vu+ Solo or Duo.
So if one has lots of processes or plugins installed the system may be overloaded at times & having a swapfile can help.
Direct Image Creation
Creating a swapfile on some images is just a simple case of finding the option to dos so via the menu system. For example on ViX it can be found via:
Menu - Setup - ViX - Swap Manager
Blue (Create) - Green (Activate) - Yellow (Autostart - recommended).
A full restart of the receiver is required for the Swapfile to become active.
I think cachefush is from the plugins feed.
try grogbuild freerange and see if it cn get past the e2iplayer installation problem, it's along the same lines, you flash openatv first then add the enhncements via webif:No its not asking me to back up pal.
sounds like a plantry grogbuild freerange and see if it cn get past the e2iplayer installation problem, it's along the same lines, you flash openatv first then add the enhncements via webif:
WarningIt appears that ive got the build up and running but there were loads of warnings again so i just want to install the plugins required that the initial build didn't install.
Any advice on which i need?
Sorry mate im on the wooshbuild app, trying to limp through it and get it all working.if you reboot the box, do you get the grogbuild freerange logo on screen with the monkey and the seascape showing?
if you only have a few bits and pieces showing, infinity hasn't installedSorry mate im on the wooshbuild app, trying to limp through it and get it all working.
I tried to do a reboot and it started the setup wizard again.