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Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

envagyokenvagyok Posts: 226WeTek Community Member
Hy,
I'm already ordered my wetek play dvb-s2.
Many people who using Linux dvb-s2 receiver, use enigma or openatv or hdmu software for watching dvb-s channels. Those devices is perfect for use watching dvb.
But many of this devices can not playing media without problems.
I think combine xbmc with softwares above can make a non-plus ultra mediacenter from wetek play, because I think tvheadend is more weak than example Openatv.
I hear from this project for pc, called e2bmc.
This would be a perfect 100% solution for wetek play :)


www.hdmedia-universe.com/
www.opena.tv/
www.e2bmc.com/
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  • Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Hi envagyok,

    Thank you for choosing WeTek Play.

    We will not be able to officially support that many platforms but the community here on wetekforums is so greate and I think it will take a little bit more time until someone starts porting these platforms to WeTek Play.

    Thank you for the feedback and the great info.
  • delfidelfi Posts: 132WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    E2 port is being worked on...
  • sniffersniffer Posts: 228WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    i know enigma2 the vu+ have a new image called black hole it have almost the full xbmc/kodi in it but i dont understand why
    it cost 2 time more memory and cpu power because of they use 2 system what do the same, is like you have windows 8 and you run on windows 7 on it, i quit with enigma2 because i think is not more from this time

    sorry this my personal opinion
  • schamaneschamane Posts: 27WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Hi,

    I am interested in testing here.

    @delfi, if you need some testing at some points, let me know, I am using enigma since early dbox2 times
  • delfidelfi Posts: 132WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Thanks:) A bit early for any testing, but we are making progress...
  • HarleyHarley Posts: 58WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Maybe have a look at the "XBMC4STB" port projects by Marusys for PrismCube (ARM) and Vu+ (MIPS) set-top box receivers?

    Both PrismCube (ARM) and Vu+ run derivatives of OpenEmbedded Linux / Enigma 2 and now have run forks of XBMC/Kodi.

    Then there's also the OpenPCTV project which also have XBMC integration with Dreambox's Enigma2 PVR software scripts.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_so ... by_Marusys

    PrismCube by Marusys is a DVB-S2 Twin-Tuner high-definition DVR/PVR set-top-box with true DiSEqC (Digital Satellite Equipment Control) support running native XBMC as its main media center GUI interface on-top of Linux for embedded systems. Released in October 2013, this first hardware model is marketed as "PrismCube Ruby" in Europe, North Africa, and Middle East, and it is also sold under different brand names such as "Kasys Prismcube Ruby", "AB IPBox Prismcube Ruby", and "Openbox Prismcube Ruby".

    PrismCube Ruby firmware image is based on OpenEmbedded-Linux, and uses Marusys's own PVR backend software that integrated itself into XBMC's GUI, so currently the PVR front-end GUI functions and features on PrismCube are not part of native XBMC core code, though they use the same skin texture elements to achieve some what similar look and feel interface, a ported fork which Marusys calls "XBMC4STB" (XBMC for Set-Top-Boxes), which is the same name that Vu+ have given to their XBMC port too.Third-party firmware images for PrismCube Ruby is also being developed by the Black Hole Team, a team of independent developers of long popular community driven firmware images for Vu+-based set top-boxes.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_so ... t_by_Vu.2B

    Vu+ (or VuPlus), is produced by a Korean multimedia vendor, which is a manufacturer of Linux-based DVB satellite, terrestrial digital television receivers (set-top box) with true DiSEqC (Digital Satellite Equipment Control) support that all currently are MIPS-powered and uses Enigma2 image based software as firmware.

    In September 2011 Vu+ Day in Amsterdam it was first publicly announced that the next-generation Vu+ DVB satellite receivers to be released publicly in the end of 2012 will be ARM-powered and use XBMC Media Center software for its main GUI, a OpenEmbedded-based development-project that they call "XBMC4STB" (XBMC for Set-Top-Boxes), with beta releases of both the software and new hardware said to be made available to XBMC developers before they will be release to the public.

    It took however two more years before a native source port of XBMC was available to use on the newer Vu+ (VuPlus) based set-top box models which are SoloSe, Solo2, and Duo2, (and no XBMC will not be made available for older Vu+ set-top boxes due to hardware limitations with missing OpenGL graphics acceleration).


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_so ... XBMC#E2BMC

    E2BMC is a XBMC-based software platform for DVR/PVR set-top boxes on-top embedded Linux hardware systems, designed as a hybrid integration between XBMC media center software and Dreambox's Enigma2 PVR software scripts, with OpenPLi (OpenEmbedded based Linux operating system for embedded systems) open source set-top box firmware images. "MK-Digital Cube" and "D-Cube R2" were the two first E2BMC based set-to boxes announced, and both was released in Q1 in 2014.

    Mutant HD2400 or Opticum AX Quadbox HD 2400 are two new announced E2BMC box expected to be released in October 2014, and unlike previous ARM SoCs based E2BMC box, these new boxes are based on Broadcom BMC7424 MIPS chips.

    OpenATV Team, a team of independent developers of long popular community driven firmware images for Enigma2 based set top-boxes like those from Dreambox and Vu+, have also promised that they will develop and release third-party OpenATV (also OpenEmbedded based) firmware images with XBMC for E2BMC compatible set-top boxes with both ARM and MIPS architecture.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_so ... C#OpenPCTV

    OpenPCTV is a XBMC-based open source Linux distribution for personal computers and embedded system to be used as DVR/PVR set-top boxes and media player appliance boxes. Just like E2BMC, OpenPCTV is also designed as a hybrid integration between XBMC and Dreambox's Enigma2 PVR software scripts, using VDR (Video Disk Recorder) as the TV tuner backend server and OpenBricks based Linux operating system images for embedded systems

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_so ... OpenBricks

    OpenBricks is a free and open source Linux framework, tools, and build system, similar to that of the competing OpenEmbedded and Yocto projects, it provides easy creation of custom embedded Linux operating system distributions for embedded devices. It features a complete embedded development kit for rapid deployment of embedded software on x86, ARM, PowerPC, and MIPS system architectures. Primarily designed to be used to create distributions for DVR/PVR set-top boxes and media player appliance boxes, it does prove complete media center software suites as options, with the choice of pre-configured versions of XBMC, MythTV, and more.

    GeeXboX and OpenPCTV are probably the two best known Linux distro for XBMC that is based on the OpenBricks framework.
  • delfidelfi Posts: 132WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Thanks on suggestions! Sadly, Pcube is one really bad and sad box based on an obsolete, three times sold soc, with terrible PQ and SW that goes nowhere. So, not much joy there.
  • CSYlvainCSYlvain Posts: 16WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    E2BMC is a completely closed solution, there is no public source code, I buy the Mut@nt 2400, and as the name suggests, the alpha version does not do much , tuners DVB-T2/C is not recognized, the 1080p gives a horrible picture quality, I think the Player from XBMC uses FFMPEG and does not use the VPU /dev/dvb/adapter0/video0
    In short, I paid 350 euros for nothing.

    PrismCube is a very nice product, the case is beautiful, however it incorporates an old CPU is very slow, I bought it to study the operation of a function that I can not reveal here.

    OpenPCTV is perfect for PC use, but will be of no use to wear it on the CPU Amlogic.

    I am also working on a compatible version Amlogic I already finished compiling part, I have to develop the "/proc/" for the Kernel, and compatibility with the VPU because I do not want to use codec or even GSTreamer !

    Thank Wetek for sending me a sample, I tien inform you once I could share a first test version.
  • AdministratorAdministrator Posts: 355Administrator - WeTek Community Manager, WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2
    CSYlvain wrote:

    Thank Wetek for sending me a sample, I tien inform you once I could share a first test version.

    You are welcome CSYlvain :)
  • schamaneschamane Posts: 27WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    @CSYlvain

    so on what are u working?

    if u its not E2BMC prismcube or OpenPCTV

    enigma2?
  • HarleyHarley Posts: 58WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Well, Vu+ (VuPlus) DVB set-top boxes now have a real full native source port of XBMC/Kodi!

    http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=213084

    For those who do not know, Vu+ is a series of Linux-powered DVB satellite, terrestrial digital television receivers (set-top boxes) which firmware is officially user-upgradable, and produced by Korean multimedia brand Ceru Company Ltd. (a subsidiary of Marusys Co. Ltd.),

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vu%2B

    I just read the news that there are now a true native source port of XBMC/Kodi available to use on the newer Vu+ (VuPlus) based set-top box models which are SoloSe, Solo2, and Duo2.

    http://www.vuplus-community.net/board/t ... age.20445/


    Supported Vu+ set-top boxes are currently the ones based on Broadcom MIPS chipsets with VideoCore IV GPU:

    Vu+ SoloSe (Vu Plus Solo Second Edition) features Broadcom BCM 7429 / BCM7429 chipset with 1.3 MHz Dual-Core MIPS CPU, 1 GB RAM, and VideoCore IV GPU
    Vu+ Solo2 (Vu Plus Solo 2) features Broadcom BCM 7356 / BCM7356 chipset with 1.3 MHz Dual-Core MIPS CPU, 1 GB RAM, and VideoCore IV GPU
    Vu+ Duo2 (Vu Plus Duo 2) eatures Broadcom BCM 7424 / BCM7424 chipset with 1.3 MHz Dual-Core MIPS CPU, 2 GB RAM, and VideoCore IV GPU

    Support for older models will not be made due to lack of hardware resources

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vu%2B#Models


    Apparently Ceru Company Ltd. which is a subsidiary of Marusys Co., Ltd. (who previously released the PrismCube set-top box with XBMC) have been working on this new official Enigma 2 reference firmware with OpenGL ES 2.0 support and a real native source port of XBMC on their own for quite a while now, so this is not only a port by just any third-party developer. That work was being done on a post is not really news, since in the middle of September 2011, at Vu+ Day in Amsterdam, it was announced that the next-generation Vu+ DVB satellite receivers to be released publicly in the end of 2012 will be using XBMC Media Center software for its GUI, a development project that they call XBMC4STB (XBMC for Set-Top-Boxes), however the work on this port had not been made available to the public until now.

    http://www.vuplus-community.net/board/t ... rdam.3197/


    There are already third-party BETA firmware image builds based on Enigma2 Linux available from both the Black Hole and VTi teams based on Linux Kernel 3.13 (3.13.5)

    http://www.vuplus-community.net/board/t ... -01.20461/

    http://linuxsat-support.com/showthread.php?t=74040


    BackHole team have a dedicated subforum for XBMC support on their firmware images for Vu+ here

    http://www.vuplus-community.net/board/f ... -hole.115/


    Hopefully this will be fully open source and compete with those crappy E2BMC based set-top boxes for which there are no source code released.
  • aoxvitaaoxvita Posts: 35WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    In past I had VU+ Duo and VU+ Duo 2, they are very bad as they run on slow MIPS prozessor. I was lucky that my retailer in Germany accepted to return me money.

    XBMC on VU+ work very bad as it use gstreamer, there is no HW decoding support for Video and Audio.
  • CSYlvainCSYlvain Posts: 16WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2
    schamane wrote:
    @CSYlvain

    so on what are u working?

    if u its not E2BMC prismcube or OpenPCTV

    enigma2?

    It will be a switch between XBMC and "OpenATV" with an environment "buildroot" : arm-buildroot-2015-01-20

    GStreamer uses a Sink using her VPU http://sourceforge.net/p/openpli/gst-pl ... ster/tree/
    VPU : http://sourceforge.net/p/openpli/gst-pl ... nk.c#l1448

    The only regret is the delay that faces the processors ARM, look for example the number of DMIPS or even the lack of H.265.
    The strengths is the ability to add multiple tuners, a CA interface ...
    "Amlogic" does not allow to integrate multiple tuners, listed CA interface, I think that can be possible with a "CIMaX®+" chipset compatible CI+ : http://www.smardtv.com/component/zoo/it ... Itemid=126
    3.Bridge USB to Common Interface/CableCard
    7.Integrated USB PHY
    8.USB Drivers provided for LINUX
    
  • envagyokenvagyok Posts: 226WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    OpenPcTv is available for arm devices too..
    http://www.openpctv.com/?page_id=13
    http://www.OpenPcTv.com/?page_id=13
  • CSYlvainCSYlvain Posts: 16WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Enigma2 is not included in the versions ARM because it requires the library VDPAU.
    That is why I informed this will be of no use. ;)
  • HarleyHarley Posts: 58WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2
    CSYlvain wrote:
    Enigma2 is not included in the versions ARM because it requires the library VDPAU.
    Pretty sure you are wrong about VDPAU as only Nvidia, Intel, S3, and AMD/ATI uses libvdpau, and they only use it for the x86/x86-64 platform, and not for any ARM platforms, (not even for Nvidia Tegra), see:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VDPAU

    XBMC/Kodi does not require VDPAU. VDPAU is only used for those specific platforms that support it.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kodi_%28so ... quirements

    When software decoding of a Full HD 1080p high-definition and high bit-rate video is performed by the system CPU, a dual-core 2 GHz or faster CPU is required in order to allow for perfectly smooth playback without dropping frames or giving playback a jerky appearance. Kodi/XBMC can however offload most of the video decoding process onto graphics hardware controller that supports one of the following types of hardware-accelerated video decoding:[33] Intel's VAAPI, Nvidia's VDPAU, AMD's XvBA, Microsoft's DXVA, Apple's VDADecoder/VideoToolBox, OpenMAX, Broadcom Crystal HD,[34] AMLogic 8726-Mx VPU,[35] Freescale's i.MX6x series VPU, and Allwinner's CedarX/CedarV VPU.[36] By taking advantage of such hardware-accelerated video decoding, XBMC can play back most videos on many inexpensive, low-power systems as long as it contains a supported VPU or GPU.
  • CSYlvainCSYlvain Posts: 16WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    What is the relationship with Enigma2 ?
    I meant VDPAU for the PC version (Enigma2PC)... Check for updates, you will have seen that there is no Enigma2.
    XBMC contains several Player, not Enigma2 who uses it uniquely VPU Broadcom.
    Can you prove that opportunity with Enigma2 AMLogic ?
  • HarleyHarley Posts: 58WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2
    CSYlvain wrote:
    I meant VDPAU for the PC version (Enigma2PC)... Check for updates, you will have seen that there is no Enigma2.
    XBMC contains several Player, not Enigma2 who uses it uniquely VPU Broadcom.
    Can you prove that opportunity with Enigma2 AMLogic ?
    Of course they can, as what I am saying is that Enigma2 nor XBMC/Kodi is dependent on VDPAU.

    You can build an Enigma2 image for Amlogic based device like WeTek Play with Kodi that support Amlogic's VPU. This is not a hardware or software limitation, as with the right SDK or source code you can add VPU support for Kodi for any hardware that features an VPU.
  • schamaneschamane Posts: 27WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Hey,

    maybe u should get in contact with bonkel or other devs from http://www.hdmedia-universe.com/ (which are coming from AAF equal to openATV guys)

    the already got enigma ported to arm a long time ago.

    So maybe they can give u several hints
  • aoxvitaaoxvita Posts: 35WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2
    CSYlvain wrote:
    schamane wrote:
    @CSYlvain

    so on what are u working?

    if u its not E2BMC prismcube or OpenPCTV

    enigma2?

    It will be a switch between XBMC and "OpenATV" with an environment "buildroot" : arm-buildroot-2015-01-20

    GStreamer uses a Sink using her VPU http://sourceforge.net/p/openpli/gst-pl ... ster/tree/
    VPU : http://sourceforge.net/p/openpli/gst-pl ... nk.c#l1448

    The only regret is the delay that faces the processors ARM, look for example the number of DMIPS or even the lack of H.265.
    The strengths is the ability to add multiple tuners, a CA interface ...
    "Amlogic" does not allow to integrate multiple tuners, listed CA interface, I think that can be possible with a "CIMaX®+" chipset compatible CI+ : http://www.smardtv.com/component/zoo/it ... Itemid=126
    3.Bridge USB to Common Interface/CableCard
    7.Integrated USB PHY
    8.USB Drivers provided for LINUX
    

    My WeTek Play DVB-S2 tuner is twin tuner, it works ok.
  • CSYlvainCSYlvain Posts: 16WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    This is true, but thanks to the "AVL6211" chipset, you can never add other tuners "DVB-T2/C" that is an example of what I'm talking about a scalable method ;) :
    IMG_1570.JPG
  • schamaneschamane Posts: 27WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    to be honest, after reading a bit about the processor details.

    I agree, this was not a good choice and through this this box isnt able to have a long life cycle.

    But on the other side, this box is 109 euro incl, shipping and dual tuner.

    The receiver you show is at least 3 times more.

    And a tuner is 10 euro, so its not that hard to switch it if needed, sure parallel would be nice, but hey is not a living room entertainment center for 500 euro, it is a nice box to play with for 100 euro and for me it is in my bedroom and for that its ok, but for my living room this box is a nogo.

    We shouldnt except a box for 100 euro can beat every box for 400.

    The only thing is, the box should be more stable and better organized. I mean I like the support of wetek, its very community driven and thats nice, but its also not structured.

    Cheers
  • graugansgraugans Posts: 18WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Hi,
    CSYlvain, we are as-well working on a /proc driver for enigma. Are you interested in joining forces?
  • AdministratorAdministrator Posts: 355Administrator - WeTek Community Manager, WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Thanks to delfi and graugans. Enigma 2 spinners are visible ;)
    root@wetekplay:/# enigma2
    PYTHONPATH: /usr/lib/enigma2/python
    + (1) Background File Eraser
    + (5) Tuxtxt
    + (8) graphics acceleration manager
    BCM accel interface not available - Operation not permitted
    + (9) Font Render Class
    [FONT] initializing lib...
    [FONT] loading fonts...
    [FONT] Intializing font cache, using max. 4MB...
    + (9) gLCDDC
    1024k video mem
     - double buffering available!
    LCD FBIO_SET_MANUAL_BLIT: Operation not permitted
    LCD resolution: 32 x 32 x 32 (stride: 128)
    + (9) GFBDC
    16384k video mem
    FBIO_SET_MANUAL_BLIT: Operation not permitted
     - double buffering available!
    9184kB available for acceleration surfaces.
    resolution: 1280 x 720 x 32 (stride: 5120)
    + (10) gRC
    RC thread created successfully
    + (15) eWindowStyleManager
    + (20) AVSwitch Driver
    couldnt open /dev/dbox/fp0 to monitor vcr scart slow blanking changed!
    + (20) misc options
    + (20) RC Input layer
    + (20) UHF Modulator
    couldnt open /dev/rfmod0!!!!
    + (20) DVB-CI UI
    + (21) input device driver
    Input device "HBGIC Technology Co., Ltd. USB Keyboard Mouse" is a mouse
    Input device "HBGIC Technology Co., Ltd. USB Keyboard Mouse" is a keyboard
    Input device "aml_keypad" is a keyboard
    Input device "adc_keypad" is a remotecontrol
    Input device "key_input" is a remotecontrol
    Input device "cec_input" is a remotecontrol
    Found 6 input devices.
    + (22) Hdmi CEC driver
    + (30) eActionMap
    + (35) CA handler
    + (35) CI Slots
    scanning for common interfaces..
    cannot open /proc/stb/tsmux/input0
    cannot open /proc/stb/tsmux/input1
    done, found 0 common interface slots
    + (40) eServiceCenter
    settings instance.
    + (41) Stream server
    + (41) Encoders
    + (41) eServiceFactoryDVB
    + (41) eServiceFactoryFS
    + (41) eServiceFactoryMP3
    + (41) eServiceFactoryM2TS
    + (41) eServiceFactoryHDMI
    + (41) eServiceFactoryDVD
    reached rl 70
    ---- opening lame channel db
    can't open /etc/enigma2/lamedb: No such file or directory
    scanning for frontends..
    opening frontend 0
    close frontend 0
    found 1 adapter, 1 frontends(1 sim) and 1 demux, boxtype 0
    Use valid Linux Time :) (RTC?)
    [EPGC] Initialized EPGCache (wait for setCacheFile call now)
    Loading spinners...
    [ePNG] couldn't open /usr/share/enigma2/spinner/wait13.png
    found 12 spinner!
    executing main
    setIoPrio best-effort level 3 ok
    no profile data available
    Failed to open /dev/dbox/fp0
    couldn't open /proc/stb/misc/12V_output
    ----------------
    you should upgrade to new drivers for the hardware detection to work properly
    ----------------
    fallback to detect hardware via /proc/cpuinfo!!
    [Harddisk] enumerating block devices...
    couldn't read model:  [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/sys/devices/platform/mtd/mtd7/model'
    new Harddisk data -> /dev/data -> /dev/data
    [ePopen] command: ('sdparm', 'sdparm', '--set=SCT=0', '/dev/data')
    couldn't read model:  [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/sys/devices/platform/mtd/mtd5/model'
    new Harddisk cache -> /dev/cache -> /dev/cache
    [ePopen] command: ('sdparm', 'sdparm', '--set=SCT=0', '/dev/cache')
    couldn't read model:  [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/sys/devices/platform/mtd/mtd6/model'
    new Harddisk backup -> /dev/backup -> /dev/backup
    [ePopen] command: ('sdparm', 'sdparm', '--set=SCT=0', '/dev/backup')
    couldn't read model:  [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/sys/devices/platform/mtd/mtd4/model'
    new Harddisk system -> /dev/system -> /dev/system
    [ePopen] command: ('sdparm', 'sdparm', '--set=SCT=0', '/dev/system')
    [Harddisk] enumerating network mounts...
    SKIN ERROR: {skin_display.xml}: display skin not found. Please contact the skin's author!
    defaulting to standard display skin... skin_display.xml
    main thread is non-idle! display spinner!
    Reading satellites.xml
    sec config cleared
    setSlotInfo for dvb frontend 0 to slotid 0, descr Availink AVL6211+AV2011 DVB-S/S2, need rotorworkaround No, enabled Yes, DVB-S2 Yes
    slot: 0 configmode: simple
    diseqcmode:  single
    slot: 1 configmode: simple
    diseqcmode:  single
    sec config completed
    [NimManager] slotname = A, slotdescription = Availink AVL6211+AV2011 DVB-S/S2, multitype = False
    [NimManager] slotname = B, slotdescription = Availink AVL6211+AV2011 DVB-S/S2, multitype = False
    [InfoBar] Failed to load resumepoints: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/etc/enigma2/resumepoints.pkl'
    can't open /etc/enigma2/.../bouquets.tv: No such file or directory
    recreate bouquets.tv
    loading bouquet... /etc/enigma2/bouquets.tv
    0 entries in Bouquet bouquets.tv
    can't open /etc/enigma2/.../bouquets.radio: No such file or directory
    recreate bouquets.radio
    loading bouquet... /etc/enigma2/bouquets.radio
    0 entries in Bouquet bouquets.radio
    Renumbering...
    [Time By]: Transponder
    [EPGC] time updated.. but cache file not set yet.. dont start epg!!
    [FONT] adding font /usr/share/fonts/lcd.ttf...OK (LCD)
    [FONT] adding font /usr/share/fonts/Roboto-Caps.ttf...OK (Bold)
    [FONT] adding font /usr/share/fonts/tuxtxt.ttf...OK (Console)
    [FONT] adding font /usr/share/fonts/Roboto-Regular.ttf...OK (Regular)
    [FONT] adding font /usr/share/fonts/nmsbd.ttf...OK (Subtitlefont)
    [FONT] adding font /usr/share/fonts/ae_AlMateen.ttf...OK (Replacement)
    [FONT] adding font /usr/share/fonts/lcd.ttf...OK (LCD)
    [FONT] adding font /usr/share/fonts/Roboto-Caps.ttf...OK (Replacement)
    [FONT] adding font /usr/share/fonts/tuxtxt.ttf...OK (Console)
    [FONT] adding font /usr/share/fonts/Roboto-Regular.ttf...OK (Regular)
    [FONT] adding font /usr/share/fonts/nmsbd.ttf...OK (FdLcD)
    [FONT] adding font /usr/share/fonts/nmsbd.ttf...OK (Subs)
    [iInputDevices] getInputDevices  <ERROR: ioctl(EVIOCGNAME): [Errno 22] Invalid argument >
    [iInputDevices] getInputDevices  <ERROR: ioctl(EVIOCGNAME): [Errno 22] Invalid argument >
    [iInputDevices] getInputDevices  <ERROR: ioctl(EVIOCGNAME): [Errno 22] Invalid argument >
    [iInputDevices] getInputDevices  <ERROR: ioctl(EVIOCGNAME): [Errno 22] Invalid argument >
    [iInputDevices] getInputDevices  <ERROR: ioctl(EVIOCGNAME): [Errno 25] Inappropriate ioctl for device >
    [iInputDevices] getInputDevices  <ERROR: ioctl(EVIOCGNAME): [Errno 22] Invalid argument >
    [iInputDevices] getInputDevices  <ERROR: ioctl(EVIOCGNAME): [Errno 22] Invalid argument >
    [iInputDevices] getInputDevices  <ERROR: ioctl(EVIOCGNAME): [Errno 25] Inappropriate ioctl for device >
    [iInputDevices] getInputDevices  <ERROR: ioctl(EVIOCGNAME): [Errno 25] Inappropriate ioctl for device >
    Activating keymap: Default (US)
    [ePopen] command: loadkmap < /usr/share/keymaps/default.kmap
    Activating language English (UK)
    [VideoMode] setting aspect: 16:9
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "/usr/lib/enigma2/python/mytest.py", line 697, in <module>
        Components.AVSwitch.InitAVSwitch()
      File "/usr/lib/enigma2/python/Components/AVSwitch.py", line 438, in InitAVSwitch
      File "/usr/lib/enigma2/python/Components/config.py", line 150, in addNotifier
      File "/usr/lib/enigma2/python/Components/AVSwitch.py", line 278, in setAspect
    IOError: [Errno 5] Input/output error
    ---- saving lame channel db
    saved 0 channels and 0 services!
    release cached channel (timer timeout)
    set RTC to previous valid time
    [eDVBLocalTimerHandler] set RTC Time
    - (41) Stream server
    - (41) Encoders
    - (41) eServiceFactoryDVB
    - (41) eServiceFactoryFS
    - (41) eServiceFactoryMP3
    - (41) eServiceFactoryM2TS
    - (41) eServiceFactoryHDMI
    - (41) eServiceFactoryDVD
    - (40) eServiceCenter
    clear instance
    - (35) CA handler
    - (35) CI Slots
    - (30) eActionMap
    - (22) Hdmi CEC driver
    - (21) input device driver
    - (20) AVSwitch Driver
    - (20) misc options
    - (20) RC Input layer
    - (20) UHF Modulator
    - (20) DVB-CI UI
    - (15) eWindowStyleManager
    - (10) gRC
    waiting for gRC thread shutdown
    gRC thread has finished
    - (9) Font Render Class
    - (9) gLCDDC
    - (9) GFBDC
    FBIO_SET_MANUAL_BLIT: Operation not permitted
    - (8) graphics acceleration manager
    - (5) Tuxtxt
    - (1) Background File Eraser
    reached rl -1
    
  • delfidelfi Posts: 132WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    In the meantime, there was some progress:)

  • ChristianTroyChristianTroy Posts: 1,913WeTek Community Member, Developers
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Great work guys, really great work! Congrats!
  • JoseJose Posts: 85WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    This should be an interesting solution to test...

    Great work guys.
  • Grle50Grle50 Posts: 90WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Great work guys.....BRAVO

    Pozdrav za vas :D
  • delfidelfi Posts: 132WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    Managed to build OSD screen grabber, so here are some more or less familiar sights on WetekPlay:

  • linux geeklinux geek Posts: 15WeTek Community Member
    Re: Enigma or Openatv image for wetek play dvb-s2

    If you need a beta tester for this I'll be more than willing have both enigma 1 and 2 boxes here been using them for years and quite experience with linux
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