O.K guys, here's what you Foxsat HDR owners have been waiting for. To further enhance your Freesat experience, I am very pleased to announce the release of v4.0 of the Media & File Server Bundle. v3.0c dowloads are now standing at 3,941 so I'm hoping this release will prove as popular, if not even more so. Firstly, I would like to thank af123 (or af12345 as he is known here on AV Forums) for kindly allowing me to use his original ideas and sources from the HDR Fox T2 web interface development, as the basis for the web interface and support applications you find released here in v4.0. And also for agreeing to host the web based repository for the application packages. Without his help none of this would have been possible. Thank You ! New features in v4.0.x A fully functioning web interface for the Foxsat HDR. A package management system with web based repository for the downloading and updating of applications. This can be accessed both from the web interface and from the command line. A service management system to display status of custom applications, start or stop them, and disable/enable boot-time autostart. Again, this is accessible from the web interface and the command line. Latest release v4.0.6 is available for download from HERE v4.0.x is based on Humax's latest v1.00.17 firmware and is a complete standalone replacement for it. What this means is that a reflash with the standard Humax v1.00.17 firmware before flashing with v4.0.x is not necessary. It will upgrade any earlier version of installed firmware, either standard or modified, to v1.00.17 with custom mods. Full instructions on how to install everything are provided in the included ReadMe.txt and I suggest you read this carefully before you start, as there are many changes compared to the earlier v3.0 releases. For those who are already comfortable with installing and using the earlier packages here follows a quick start guide. Flash the firmware in the usual way, then open your favourite browser and enter the IP address of the HDR into the browsers address bar. Remember to use the IP address, not the hostname, as the netbios nameserver service is not available until you have installed samba. You will then be presented with this basic web interface. From here you can browse your media files, and more importantly, download and install the full web interface. Click on the Download & Install button and after a short delay (depending on your internet connection speed) you will be presented with an installation status report. After that it is simply a matter of rebooting the HDR to initialise the full web interface. (Remember to refresh your browser, with the IP address only, in the address bar). You will then be presented with the full web interface index page. Clicking on Package Management will then display this page From here you can install the applications you wish to use on your HDR. Click on the pages top bar to return you to the index page. From there you can then select the Service Management option. From here you can stop and start your applications, and select which ones are auto-started at boot time. Any additional information you might need can be found in the ReadMe.txt so please do me a favour and read it before posting any queries you might have. You may just find the answer there. That's it then, I hope you all enjoy using this v4.0 release my regards to all here at AV Forums raydon P.S. Please don't quote this first post in any of your responses. One set of pictures in the thread is enough thanks !