Jump to content


Photo

How to flash a second image as multiboot


  • Please log in to reply
9 replies to this topic

#1 fatmir

  • Member
  • 12 posts

0
Neutral

Posted 7 November 2019 - 11:03

Hi,

 

i have openpli. this is the first image.I would like to have another image on the usb stick.

are any openpli instructions on how to do this.

 

thanks



Re: How to flash a second image as multiboot #2 Frenske

  • Forum Moderator
    PLi® Core member
  • 22,551 posts

+206
Excellent

Posted 7 November 2019 - 11:23

It would be convenient to know what hardware you’re talking about. ;)


Mijn schotel is een T90 met 10 LNB's. Daarnaast voor de fun nog een draaibaar systeem met een Triax TD 78.

Dreamboxen heb ik niet meer. Verder nog een een VU+ duo2 met 500Gb harddisk + een VU+ Uno, Zero, Solo 4K, Ultimo 4K, Zero 4K, Uno 4Kse. + ook nog een Xtrend ET4000. Daarnaast heb ik ook nog diverse andere modellen w.o. een Formuler F4, ET8500, ET7500, Mut@nt 2400HD, Xsarius Fusion HD se en verder nog wel het e.e.a. waarmee op verzoek vanalles wordt getest. Iemand moet het tenslotte doen. ;) :)

Voor centrale opslag van media gebruik ik een Qnap 219P met tweemaal 2 Tb harddisks.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Many answers to your question can be found in our wiki: Just one click away from this "solutioncentre".

Als ik alles al wist hoefde ik ook niets te vragen. If I had all the knowledge I had no questions at all.

Re: How to flash a second image as multiboot #3 fatmir

  • Member
  • 12 posts

0
Neutral

Posted 8 November 2019 - 13:26

hi,

the problem is when i want to watch iptv then the receiver resets.

I also have the original cam module and card, works great.

Problem IPTV only, oversized list maybe?

 

vusolo1400e8.jpg

 

 

 

thanks


Edited by fatmir, 8 November 2019 - 13:29.


Re: How to flash a second image as multiboot #4 Frenske

  • Forum Moderator
    PLi® Core member
  • 22,551 posts

+206
Excellent

Posted 8 November 2019 - 13:59

I doubt whether this ancient box is capable to use a multiboot environment like most recent hardware can.

As I don’t owe a solo I can’t test either, so you might have to wait for someone else. 
 

My advice, bye a simple super fast model like the Mut@nt HD60, put several images on the stick and start playing. Use the piece of antique for remote streaming with fallback, hoping that this still works. 


Mijn schotel is een T90 met 10 LNB's. Daarnaast voor de fun nog een draaibaar systeem met een Triax TD 78.

Dreamboxen heb ik niet meer. Verder nog een een VU+ duo2 met 500Gb harddisk + een VU+ Uno, Zero, Solo 4K, Ultimo 4K, Zero 4K, Uno 4Kse. + ook nog een Xtrend ET4000. Daarnaast heb ik ook nog diverse andere modellen w.o. een Formuler F4, ET8500, ET7500, Mut@nt 2400HD, Xsarius Fusion HD se en verder nog wel het e.e.a. waarmee op verzoek vanalles wordt getest. Iemand moet het tenslotte doen. ;) :)

Voor centrale opslag van media gebruik ik een Qnap 219P met tweemaal 2 Tb harddisks.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Many answers to your question can be found in our wiki: Just one click away from this "solutioncentre".

Als ik alles al wist hoefde ik ook niets te vragen. If I had all the knowledge I had no questions at all.

Re: How to flash a second image as multiboot #5 mimisiku

  • Senior Member
  • 2,252 posts

+30
Good

Posted 8 November 2019 - 14:10

I can vouch for that! Have a Mut@nt HD60 for testing and 4 images in MultiBoot. It's exceptionally fast (and up till now very stable). Switching between images takes less than 15 seconds!
VU+ Solo SE v2 Optus NZ

Re: How to flash a second image as multiboot #6 Abu Baniaz

  • PLi® Contributor
  • 1,218 posts

+26
Good

Posted 8 November 2019 - 15:41

He was asking about OpenMultiBoot plugin, not Hardware multiboot.

OpenMultiBoot in essence is just storing the image on anything other than internal flash. You use it the same way on all receivers.

The solo is not powerful at all and has limited RAM. You are better off getting a more capable receiver.

Sent from my Moto G (5S) using Forum Fiend v1.3.3.

Re: How to flash a second image as multiboot #7 littlesat

  • PLi® Core member
  • 49,731 posts

+543
Excellent

Posted 8 November 2019 - 17:11

Openmultiboot is never a real dual boot but indeed the only alternative..

WaveFrontier 28.2E | 23.5E | 19.2E | 16E | 13E | 10/9E | 7E | 5E | 1W | 4/5W | 15W


Re: How to flash a second image as multiboot #8 Pr2

  • PLi® Contributor
  • 3,805 posts

+161
Excellent

Posted 8 November 2019 - 20:11

Yes and some image corrupt OpenPli when you boot them.
I stop using OpenMultiboot due to this.

NO SUPPORT by PM, it is a forum make your question public so everybody can benefit from the question/answer.
If you think that my answer helps you, you can press the up arrow in bottom right of the answer.

Wanna help with OpenPLi Translation? Please read our Wiki Information for translators

Sat: Hotbird 13.0E, Astra 19.2E, Eutelsat5A 5.0W
VU+ Solo 4K: 2*DVB-S2 + 2*DVB-C/T/T2 (used in DVB-C) & Duo 4K: 2*DVB-S2X + DVB-C (FBC)
Edision OS Mio 4K: 1*DVB-S2X + 1*DVB-C/T/T2
 


Re: How to flash a second image as multiboot #9 fatmir

  • Member
  • 12 posts

0
Neutral

Posted 14 November 2019 - 20:36

Hi,

 

where can i get the last 4.0 for vu + solo.

 

Thanks



Re: How to flash a second image as multiboot #10 Pr2

  • PLi® Contributor
  • 3,805 posts

+161
Excellent

Posted 15 November 2019 - 20:33

This image is no longer supported and so no longer available and the plugins feeds are down too.

NO SUPPORT by PM, it is a forum make your question public so everybody can benefit from the question/answer.
If you think that my answer helps you, you can press the up arrow in bottom right of the answer.

Wanna help with OpenPLi Translation? Please read our Wiki Information for translators

Sat: Hotbird 13.0E, Astra 19.2E, Eutelsat5A 5.0W
VU+ Solo 4K: 2*DVB-S2 + 2*DVB-C/T/T2 (used in DVB-C) & Duo 4K: 2*DVB-S2X + DVB-C (FBC)
Edision OS Mio 4K: 1*DVB-S2X + 1*DVB-C/T/T2
 





0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users