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#1 FREETESTER

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 12:26

Why is the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" invisible, after the file has been exchanged by another file with the same dimensions [1280 x 720 24-bit] ???

 

 

Installed image: "OpenPLi-3.0-beta-dm800se-20130403.nfi"



Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #2 WanWizard

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 12:49

Logo's are not jpg files, they are mvi's, single-frame mpeg files.


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Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #3 pieterg

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 13:22

there is a jpg, which is displayed by the bootloader.
Which is probably very picky about the jpg size and format.

Please try a few different jpg's, and find one which works for you.

Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #4 FREETESTER

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 14:18

there is a jpg, which is displayed by the bootloader.
Which is probably very picky about the jpg size and format.

Please try a few different jpg's, and find one which works for you.

 

 

Thanks for the quick replay guys!

 

 

@ WanWizard

I talk about the picture in [.jpg form], as I wrote above, who have been placed in the /boot folder!

 

This one: 

bootlogodm800se.jpg

 

This comes before the [.mvi mpeg1] files, you are talking about, on booting procedure…

 

 

@ pieterg

You are right, this is very tricky but I come not behind why!!!

I have tried more than 20 different .jpgs with the dimensions of [1280 x 720] and [720 x 576] with different color depths between 4 and 32 bit, but no success!!!

 

The most suspect and tricky situation I could remark was after I exchanged the picture with the original one with the same result, Black Screen!!!

 

Another question about booting:

How can be possible to use except the [bootlogo.mvi] the other three MVIs? [backdrop.mvi, boot_wait.mvi, switschoff.mvi]

 

Any suggestions are welcome...


Edited by FREETESTER, 5 April 2013 - 14:20.


Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #5 pieterg

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 14:49

how do you replace the jpg? You know you need to (re-)mount the /boot partition in rw mode, before you can replace it?

Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #6 FREETESTER

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 15:16

how do you replace the jpg? You know you need to (re-)mount the /boot partition in rw mode, before you can replace it?

 

 

First I have tried to mount the /boot folder via telnet using this string [mount -t jffs2 /dev/mtdblock2 /boot] , to become temporary the /boot folder open and writable

After the many times of trying, I added this string
[/dev/mtdblock2 /boot jffs2 rw 0 0] to fstab file in /etc folder to let the /boot folder any time open and writable



Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #7 pieterg

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 15:42

you should use the mount options:
rw,compr=none

because the bootloader does not support compression in jffs2.
That probably explains why it cannot read the jpg anymore, after you've overwritten it.
You were lucky that the kernel image did not get modified in the process, as you would have needed to reflash your box.
In fact, you probably need to reflash your box anyway, in order to repair your /boot partition now.

Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #8 FREETESTER

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 17:21

You mean [/dev/mtdblock2 /boot jffs2 rw,compr=none] ???



Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #9 Happysat

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 17:44

mount -t jffs2 mtd:'boot partition' /boot   works for me on 2.1


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Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #10 FREETESTER

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 18:11

mount -t jffs2 mtd:'boot partition' /boot   works for me on 2.1

 

 

Thanks for your reply!
But this works not on PLI 3.0, as for the reason that pieterg wrote above...



Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #11 FREETESTER

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 20:14

@pieterg

Many thanks, you are once again right!

I changed the mount arguments as you mentioned, and it works!!!

 

 

Open is now the last question: How can I use except the [bootlogo.mvi] the other three MVIs? [backdrop.mvi, boot_wait.mvi, switchoff.mvi]

 

Any suggestions are welcome...



Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #12 pieterg

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 20:20

These are symlinks to /usr/share/bootlogo.mvi. In order to use seperate mvi's, remove the symlinks from /usr/share, and replace them with individual mvi's

Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #13 Dimitrij

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Posted 5 April 2013 - 20:25

use

http://openpli.org/f...ndpost&p=341983


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Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #14 FREETESTER

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Posted 6 April 2013 - 02:01

These are symlinks to /usr/share/bootlogo.mvi. In order to use seperate mvi's, remove the symlinks from /usr/share, and replace them with individual mvi's

 

 

First I deleted the simlinks on /usr/share as you suggested, and replaced them with the real MVIs, with no success!

 

Then modified the symlinks on /boot to guide them on the real MVIs on /usr/share the same unsuccessful result.

 

The STB booting procedure shows first “bootlogo-dm800se” and then “bootlogo.mvi” but no backdrop.mvi and also not boot_wait.mvi! What am I doing wrong?

 

@Dima73

Thanks, I will try this tomorrow...



Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #15 FREETESTER

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Posted 8 April 2013 - 14:02

@Dima73,

 

"switchoff.mvi" works as you described above!

"backdrop.mvi" and "boot_wait.mvi" annoying not



Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #16 hemertje

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Posted 8 April 2013 - 20:10

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please use normal and standard fonts


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Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #17 FREETESTER

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@ freetester

 

please use normal and standard fonts

 

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Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #18 coolat34

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Posted 9 October 2013 - 10:47

I used Dream Logo Generator. Here's the instructions

 

On a Windows PC, Download DLG from http://mediafire.com/?zb6g4vuxryhgar8

Unpack the .RAR file with Winrar or the .ZIP with Winzip
 

  1. Locate the .JPG that you want to use.
  2. Open the .JPG with Photoscape or some other picture editor
  3. Select RESIZE
  4. Clear the checkmark “Preserve aspect ratio”
  5. Set Width = 1280 px
  6. Set Height = 720 px
  7. Save Image with a new Name
  8. Launch DLG
  9. Click on the Logo with the golden cog wheel
  10. Navigate to the Image that you have created
  11. If the conversion works you will get a congratulations message.
  12. If you know the IP address of the Dreambox enter it in the 1st box
    and then type “root” in the USER box and “Dreambox” in the PASS box
  13. Click the “Send as bootlogo_wait.mvi” button to change the 1st picture
  14. Click the “Send as bootlogo.mvi” button to change the 2nd picture
     


Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #19 webers13

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Posted 3 March 2015 - 17:00

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скажите мне, как для достижения рабочих-файлы (backdrop.mvi, bootlogo_wait.mvi)

удаленные ссылки - результаты не дают !!!
Где? что? нужно исправить то, что получилось?

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Re: OpenPLi 3.0/DM800SE replace of the boot logo "bootlogo-dm800se.jpg" #20 WanWizard

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Posted 3 March 2015 - 17:02

English please!
 

tell me how to achieve a working files (backdrop.mvi, bootlogo_wait.mvi)
remote references - the results do not give !!!
Where? what? you need to fix what happened?


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