Re: ACR-PV73100 v7.3.x.r4824 Playon!HD (Optware friendly)
If it's possible to mount in Windows, it should be possible to mount in Linux as well. I don't know which distribution you are using, AFAIK some of them are using read-only version of NTFS driver. This modified firmware doesn't change filesystem of your internal harddisk at all.
Well, yes, supposedly. It actually mounts, and rw, but when writing, it fails. I'm not saying it's your firmware, just that I've been able to do it with previous official versions. Perhaps it's a new fault on r4824 official...
Thanks! Haven't tried vsftp yet, as I actually disabled it in /usr/local/etc/optS, but will give it a try next time to check if I can improve from my regular 1.2MB/s.
Meanwhile, media restore has finished and at the same time I stress tested the machine: several ssh sessions, multiple scp sessions, local copies (from USB drive) and hard enough torrents (680kB/s limit) including some partial download verifications. Some times a simple ssh login could take several seconds...
NO CRASH! Hurra to ext3 filesystem! I guess I don't need to disable Dvdplayer...
I tried to use the built-in copy function to copy data from an USB attached NTFS disk to the internal filesystem -> immediate reboot. Could be excess load, but I didn't dare to try again withou load to confirm...
As for installing ssh, in case you're considering that in your next version, after installing your firmware:
1. # ipkg-opt install openssh
2. configure /opt/etc/openssh/sshd_config (enable root login, enable public key login, enable a banner, etc)
3. enable sshd at startup:
- # mount -o remount,rw /
- edit /etc/inetd.conf
- add "ssh stream tcp nowait root /opt/sbin/sshd sshd -i -f /opt/etc/openssh/sshd_config"
- you can also start sshd from /usr/local/etc/optS with "/opt/sbin/sshd -f /opt/etc/openssh/sshd_config", this could be simpler to implement in an installation script
- # reboot
4. if everything works fine, you can disable telnetd in inetd.conf
Still can't login with public key / private key authentication (it refuses to accept) but I'm sure it's a misconfig somewhere in /opt/etc/openssh/sshd_config
Any workaround for the <i> </i> tags in subtitles? Oh, sorry, you're not ACR tech support...
I have one:http://www.liamdelahunty.com/tips/linux_search_and_replace_multiple_files.php
# perl -pi -w -e 's/<i>//g;' *.srt
# perl -pi -w -e 's/<\/i>//g;' *.srt
# perl -pi -w -e 's/<b>//g;' *.srt
# perl -pi -w -e 's/<\/b>//g;' *.srt
I've tested it and it works. You need perl (do it from your PC). First do a backup of your srt subs...