Re: PlayOn!X firmware (Optware friendly r4824)
Yes i followed the script!!!!. But i can't open internetmedia, it kliks but i can't go an page further.
What can i do
Ok when you write internetmedia I am assuming that you mean internet feeds; right? Now you can select internet feed but it does not go anywhere you do not even see the internet feed selections; right?
You have an internal drive installed and actually have a POHD right??
Samba server with playOn!X only seem to work with the internal drive currently and does not work with connected USB drive unless you telnet after you boot up and issue the configsamba command. I think that when configsamba is originally ran on boot up the USB drive is not detected and and never appear in the samba list. Enter the following after boot up and see if your POHD shares are available after that:
As for the internet feeds you need to answer the few questions I ask before I can help you more.
Yes i mean internetfeeds, i can select it but it does not go anywhere, and i don't see internetfeeds selections. That absolutly right.
I have an playonhd 3100 with internal hdd.
I hope you van help me with this problem.
And yesterday i notest that the pohd freezes a couple of times. Can you also help me with that???
Occasional freeze with the POHD no matter what firmware you use is not uncommon and there isn't a whole of a lot that can be done about it beside turn off and back on again.
That being said let's concentrate on the issue you have with the internet feeds. Since you installed that firmware and script/optware I am assuming that you know how to telnet to your POHD. All the following command / check are done at the telnet prompt:
First: Make sure that the link to the menu.rss is correct. So we'll change directory and verify that:
# cd /usr/local/bin/scripts
# ls -la
This is what you should see:
drwxr-xr-x 1 root root 2048 Jun 30 2011 .
drwxr-xr-x 1 root root 2048 Jan 1 1970 ..
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 22 Jun 30 2011 menu.rss -> /home/scripts/menu.rss
The symbolic link to /home/scripts/menu.rss needs to be there.
Secondly will make sure that the menu.rss is available on the home directory.
# cd /home/scripts/
# ls -la
You should see a bunch of stuff the important one to look for of course is the menu.rss:
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 6408 Jan 1 03:44 menu.rss
If you got everything I mentioned so far then there isn't any reasons for the internet feed menu not to show up other than a corrupted firmware in which case I suggest you flash that firmware once more and see if it works.
If you did not see what I mentioned then tell me which step(s) was wrong and I will tell you what to do to fix it.