i have been searching different forums regarding this. i have installed raydon's_Media_and_File_Server_Bundle_for_the_Foxsat_HDR_release_4.0.9, but it doesnt contain auto unprotect. How can i install it on HDR to automatically remove ENC from HD recording?
http://www.avforums.com/forums/15931822-post715.html - Post 715See post 715 in the custom firmware thread.
Current thread is part 3http://www.avforums.com/forums/15931822-post715.html - Post 715
http://www.avforums.com/forums/17118296-post715.html - Post 715
Ah - No forward link at the end of part 2 !Current thread is part 3
Interesting . . . Keep reading on in the thread for more info and updated method . . .The attached experimental patch might be interesting to some. It stops an HDR with the custom firmware from encrypting new recordings in any mode. Existing encrypted recordings will play, but they will remain encrypted on the hard drive.
Copy the zip file to /tmp on the Foxsat HDR. Telnet or ssh in to the HDR. Type
Wait for it to complete (5 seconds). Then put your HDR into standby using the remote control or the front panel control. If a recording is in progress or imminent (within 15 minutes of start), wait until it's finished. Power it back up when it will let you.Code:
# cd /tmp # unzip patch.zip # tar xvfz patch.tar.gz # ./runme.sh
To undo, useFuture updates from Humax will stop this workaround from functioning.Code:
# ./runme.sh remove
Although I've given it a thorough testing on my own box, it is highly experimental and you use this at your own risk.
Thanks to everyone for prompt answers. I guess I just stick to recording HD content in non-freesat mode. Maybe someone will solve that in the future by adding dedicated firmware for Foxsat-HDR. Thanks again.
Seems to do what you want - Unless I am missing something ???Here you go. Unzip the contents of the attached file, drop it in the root of a USB stick, and insert the stick into your HDR (must be running custom firmware already) which is already switched on. Then wait a minute.
Put the HDR into standby, then power it up again. Remove the USB stick and have a look at settop-patch_4.0.9_mips.opk.install.log. It should end with "Install done" and not contain any error messages.
Note that (as it's not from the "official" repository) this package does not show in the web interface's list of installed packages.
To remove it, you need to telnet/ssh in and type
and then put the HDR into standby and power it up again.Code:
opkg remove settop-patch
To check it's installed, use telnet to check whether "settop-patch" is listed amongst the installed packages, using
If you've installed the patch previously using the "runme.sh" method, this package will safely overwrite that -- there's no need to remove the old patch beforehand.Code:
thanks again. i have done it and this ttop-patch is working so far. you are genius
Media & File Server Bundle for the Foxsat HDR - Release 4,0 - PART 3 | Page 25 | AVForumsCan you please re-post that file as the site is being updated and the current link is dead ;(