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#1 waara

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Posted 14 May 2018 - 17:52

The combo is not working. I'm using OpenPli 6.1 at the moment without any problems. Yesterday I made a backup of my 6.1 installation, and after this tried to install 6.2. The installation went well, but I immedeately noticed that the only softcam installed was Mgcamd. I tried then to install CCCam 230. I got a lot of errors, and basically, the installation didn't work.

I tried installing 232 after this. The same problems.

 

I had to move back to OpenPli 6.1.

 

Anyone had the same problems? How do I fix this?

 

I have a VU+ Duo.

 

Best regards

 

Roger


Edited by waara, 14 May 2018 - 17:54.


Re: CCCam 232 or 230 and OpenPLI 6.2 #2 WanWizard

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Posted 14 May 2018 - 19:56

The problem is that quite a few of the oldest boxes we support (ET 4000/5000/9000, VU+ Uno/Solo/Duo, XP1000, etc) only have 128MB flash memory.

 

This is slowly becoming quite tight. I just flashed an XP1000 with 6.1-release (it is the only box with 128MB that I have), and after a flash, configuration and a scan, but before installing anything, I only have 33MB free anymore. Which means that you need to be very careful what you choose to install. This is also the reason an upgrade from 6.1-release to 6.2-release (which updates hunderds of packages) will fail.

 

We're looking into how we can reduce the size, but don't expect any miracles.


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Re: CCCam 232 or 230 and OpenPLI 6.2 #3 waara

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Posted 20 May 2018 - 12:28

The problem is that quite a few of the oldest boxes we support (ET 4000/5000/9000, VU+ Uno/Solo/Duo, XP1000, etc) only have 128MB flash memory.

 

This is slowly becoming quite tight. I just flashed an XP1000 with 6.1-release (it is the only box with 128MB that I have), and after a flash, configuration and a scan, but before installing anything, I only have 33MB free anymore. Which means that you need to be very careful what you choose to install. This is also the reason an upgrade from 6.1-release to 6.2-release (which updates hunderds of packages) will fail.

 

We're looking into how we can reduce the size, but don't expect any miracles.

Thanks for your reply. When I read your reply i remembered seeing some note about "Not enough space" on the screen.. Is there a easy way to clean up the installation? Besides going in to the menus and removing skins, plugins aso?
Otherwise 6.1 seems to be "end of the road" for my old VU+ Duo.. Sad, but inevitable i guess..

 

Does newer versions of VU+ Duo have more internal memory?


Edited by waara, 20 May 2018 - 12:29.


Re: CCCam 232 or 230 and OpenPLI 6.2 #4 WanWizard

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Posted 21 May 2018 - 11:17

We're looking into it at the moment, so don't throw it away just yet...


Many answers to your question can be found in our new and improved wiki.

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Re: CCCam 232 or 230 and OpenPLI 6.2 #5 waara

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Posted 23 May 2018 - 21:12

We're looking into it at the moment, so don't throw it away just yet...

 

I'll rest my case until further noticed.. :) Thanks for taking time!

 

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