ImageCitrine


Revision history for ImageCitrine


Revision [2411]

Last edited on 2008-06-26 08:54:08 by jonc
Additions:
- Sys Info v0.8.7
Deletions:
- SysInfo v0.8.7


Revision [2410]

Edited on 2008-06-26 08:53:29 by jonc
Additions:
- Silver 2
- Astra 1, Hotbird, Astra 2
Deletions:
- Silver2
- Astra1, Hotbird, Astra2


Revision [2409]

Edited on 2008-06-26 08:52:09 by jonc
Additions:
- ""MyPPanel"", to create your own script control panel under the Setup button
- ""NewCs"" support added in EMU Setup
- PLi ""RuLook"" 4:3
- PLi ""RuLook"" 16:9
- Kalibo 5
- Internet ""MovieDataBase"" v1.09a
It is up to the end user to add them should he wish to use this image other than with a legal subscription card.
Deletions:
- MyPPanel, to create your own script control panel under the Setup button
- NewCs support added in EMU Setup
- PLi RuLook 4:3
- PLi RuLook 16:9
- Kalibo5
- Internet ""MovieDataBas""e v1.09a
It is up to the enduser to add them should he wish to use this image other than with a legal subscription card.


Revision [2408]

Edited on 2008-06-26 08:50:00 by jonc
Additions:
(based on the ""CPanel"" as made by The_Hydra. DAF2000 added, removed and changed some things)
- Bootmanager via ""WebInterface"" (WebIf)
- ""MyPPanel"", to create your own script control panel under Setup
- ""Webinterface"" Zap -> Movies: Possibility to rename the recordings
All images in the Citrine suite have an adapted version of Enigma that is capable of handling Media Highway EPG information without the use of external scripts and executable. This standard of sending EPG is used by several satellite providers such as Canal Digital, Sky Italia, Canal+/Canal Satellite France and others.
Until our latest Beryl image only now/next information of these providers was available in Enigma EPG. And in Beryl only the Dutch Canal Digital provider was supported.
With Citrine the MHW information is treated exactly like normal schedule EPG information. Nothing needs to be configured, it just works as Multi view is standard in our Citrine image!
When you tune in on a transponder that sends MHW information the stream is read and stored in cache, you will not notice that the box is reading the information. In case of Canal Digital you need to be tuned in for about 15 seconds to receive a full set of information. There is no harm done if you zap earlier. After a successful fetch the reading attempts on that transponder will be suspended for an hour.
You may customize your own PLi-Panel in the Setup by creating your own /var/etc/myppanel.xml.
- Create a new file with a linux editor (e.g. ""UltraEdit""-32)
- Start the PLi Panel via the blue button on your remote control, select "Show My PPanel" and see your own custom made control panel...
- None, ALL down loadable via the PLi Setup!
**Down loadable EMU's: (version numbers are left out, these will change over time)**
- ""BlueQT""
- ""Bluenigma"" BIG
- None, all down loadable via the PLi Setup!
**Down loadable Games:**
- ""MultiView"" 3.1
**Down loadable Plugins:**
- ""DreamNetcast""
- Internet ""MovieDataBas""e v1.09a
- Pic viewer Plugin v1.1.4
**Down loadable Channel settings: (Automatically reloads the settings into the Dreambox)**
**Down loadable Extra Services:**
**Down loadable Languages:**
2. Edit /var/etc/firewall.users. for allowed ip addresses or host names
The PLi team is NOT responsible for any unauthorized use of this firmware.
Deletions:
(based on the CPanel as made by The_Hydra. DAF2000 added, removed and changed some things)
- Bootmanager via WebInterface
- MyPPanel, to create your own script control panel under Setup
- Webinterface Zap -> Movies: Possibility to rename the recordings
All images in the Citrine suite have an adapted version of Enigma that is capable of handling Media Highway EPG information without the use of external scripts and executables. This standard of sending EPG is used by several satellite providers such as Canal Digitaal, Sky Italia, Canal+/CanalSatellite France and others.
Until our latest Beryl image only now/next information of these providers was available in Enigma EPG. And in Beryl only the Dutch Canal Digitaal provider was supported.
With Citrine the MHW information is treated exactly like normal schedule EPG information. Nothing needs to be configured, it just works as Multiview is standard in our Citrine image!
When you tune in on a transponder that sends MHW information the stream is read and stored in cache, you will not notice that the box is reading the information. In case of Canal Digitaal you need to be tuned in for about 15 seconds to receive a full set of information. There is no harm done if you zap earlier. After a successful fetch the reading attempts on that transponder will be suspended for an hour.
You may customise your own PLi-Panel in the Setup by creating your own /var/etc/myppanel.xml.
- Create a new file with a linuxeditor (e.g. UltraEdit-32)
- Start the PLi Panel via the blue button on your remote controll, select "Show My PPanel" and see your own custommade control panel...
- None, ALL downloadable via the PLi Setup!
**Downloadable EMU's: (version numbers are left out, these will change over time)**
- BlueQT
- Bluenigma BIG
- None, all downloadable via the PLi Setup!
**Downloadable Games:**
- MultiView 3.1
**Downloadable Plugins:**
- DreamNetcast
- Internet MovieDataBase v1.09a
- Picviewer Plugin v1.1.4
**Downloadable Channelsettings: (Automatically reloads the settings into the Dreambox)**
**Downloadable Extra Services:**
**Downloadable Languages:**
2. Edit /var/etc/firewall.users. for allowed ip adresses or host names
The PLi team is NOT responsible for any unauthorised use of this firmware.


Revision [502]

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