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LoveMyDish

Member Since 4 Nov 2019
Offline Last Active 12 Jun 2020 12:43
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In Topic: lamedb

9 June 2020 - 17:55

Yea, you learn as you go.  I haven't found another image for the DM900/DM920's that work as well as the dreamElite image Im currently using, and no one has really given ideas.  I now have so much customization and time invested, I'm not sure If i want to move to another image at this point.    I've customized plugins, I've modified the linux environment and samba and custom scripts on it

 

I finished writing my program, and it works well... I just need to move a few oribital positions around, and ill be good to go.  The reason i post on this forum, is you guys have technical information that i have applied to my image.. Heck, if they had a OpenPli image for the DM920, I'd be on it like white on rice. 

 

Thanks El Bandido...


In Topic: lamedb

8 June 2020 - 21:55

Yep, I'm sure... 

 

http://s000.tinyuplo...861491048477029


In Topic: lamedb

8 June 2020 - 19:10

I am going to write a program that allows me to re-assign the orbital position.   The problem lies in the fact, i initially setup a bunch of Cband diseqc 1.2 and now i added USALS, and the proper orbital position is taken.  I figured out how to manually edit the satellites.xml / lamedb and settings file to modify the orbital position and fix all the references, but yesterday when i asked the question, i wasn't sure how it was calculating the western satellites.

 

Hey, i have an additional question :

 

after issuing a init 4 command , How do i get enigma restarted without rebooting?  I want need to  make sure i can start it without it being linked to the telnet session I'm connected too.

I have been issuing a reboot command, but it would be a lot nicer if i could figure out how to restart it.  Also, does anyone know why the telnet session is dropped when you issue a init 4? Is there a way to issue the Init 4 command so it won't dump the telnet session i'm in?


In Topic: lamedb

8 June 2020 - 14:45

Got it.... 3600

 

For 127w

 

3600 - 1270 = 2330 Dec = 091a Hex


In Topic: lamedb

8 June 2020 - 14:22

What about western satellite positions.  What is the difference on the name space hash?  Its not as simple as converting it to hex.. There is some other formula missing?