Description - moServices for Asus O!Play HDP-R1/R3(Air) Package moServices (mos) is designed to add additional services and fix some bugs in the standard player firmware Asus O!
ASUS O!Play - TV HD Media Player - Page 3 - XBMC Community Forum. Optware / Packages browse. (redirected from Unslung.Packages) February 24, 2016 Optware-ng is now official.
NOTE: The complete package list is available at September 30, 2015 Optware new generation For a detailed description of Optware's history and current state, see the Optware Home Page. For information on installing Optware on the NSLU2, see the Slug Install page. Much of the documentation hasn't been updated to remove NSLU2 references, so you may still see references to Unslung and the NSLU2 when the information also applies to other platforms. In general, packages are commonly-available software programs that we have simply ported to the Optware environment. If you have a question on how to use a particular package, please use Google or something to search for the general documentation about the package before asking questions that are not specific to the platform's port of the package.
You can update your ipkg database on your device with ipkg update. The complete package list is also browsable here. ASUS O!Play - TV HD Media Player - Page 8 - XBMC Community Forum. View topic - Develop own addons. Ok now my apache and ftp autostart from internal disk. i'll try to explain what i did : logon using telnet , user root.
ASUS O!Play - TV HD Media Player - Page 10 - XBMC Community Forum. [LINUX] XBMC for Linux port to ARM architecture CPU and SoC chips? - Page 13 - XBMC Community Forum. Slicemaster Wrote:Congratulations!
I have been tracking the progress of this project on and off and have been very impressed with what you have done in so little time…BY YOUR SELF! I honestly think the port of XBMC to ARM is going to offer a very bright future because of the fact that ARM is so low power, so small in size, and so dirt cheap (comparatively speaking that is). I take it; it is your end goal to have a fully functional ARM port of XBMC when you are done, correct? Either way, I am not particularly familiar with the whole ARM scene but from my basic understanding the beagle board isn’t exactly the fastest ARM platform you can get…is that not so? Also, a few basic questions if you don’t mind answering them…1. Thanks for your interest! My goal is to get this port identical in functionality as the current linux version has.
I chose the beagleboard because its cheap and easily obtainable. Yes, this port will run on any board which is ARM based and has OpenGL ES 2.0. Thanks. How to Use the vi Editor. *Copyright 1991 by Simon Fraser University.
Reprinted with permission. The vi editor is available on almost all Unix systems. vi can be used from any type of terminal because it does not depend on arrow keys and function keys--it uses the standard alphabetic keys for commands. vi (pronounced "vee-eye") is short for "vi"sual editor. It displays a window into the file being edited that shows 24 lines of text. vi is a text editor, not a "what you see is what you get" word processor. vi lets you add, change, and delete text, but does not provide such formatting capabilities as centering lines or indenting paragraphs.
This help note explains the basics of vi: opening and closing a file moving around in a file elementary editing vi has many other commands and options not described here. Optware / Packages browse. For a detailed description of Optware's history and current state, see the Optware Home Page.
For information on installing Optware on the NSLU2, see the Slug Install page. Much of the documentation hasn't been updated to remove NSLU2 references, so you may still see references to Unslung and the NSLU2 when the information also applies to other platforms. Don't panic. In general, packages are commonly-available software programs that we have simply ported to the Optware environment. The effort to do this work is provided by the volunteer Optware community. TeK Computer Inc.-Forum- Editing NetworkBrowser.ini. ASUS O!Play - TV HD Media Player - Page 2 - XBMC Community Forum. CrashX Wrote:Looks like you are getting 45 MBytes/s on your network ( I presume you are testing from a network drive )How easy was it to get into linux shell ?
Have you tried installing optware packages ? Again, thanks for the tests .. Okay, optware up and running: Telnet in, first remount /: ASUS O!Play media player targeting WD TV and Egreat M34A? - Page 7. ASUS O!Play automated installation script. ------------------------------------------------------- A-OPTIS v0.2a - ASUS O!
Play Optware Installation Script ------------------------------------------------------- v0.2a - 20/12/2009: + Log file (/a-optis_log) + Samba Configuration: - IMPORTANT: Windows 7 / Vista users need to execute the Registry script included in this zip file (Samba oplay fix.reg) to enable Samba access. After that, do the following steps: 1 - On "Run" command, execute "secpol.msc". 2 - Select "Local Policies" --> "Security Options" on the left pane. 3 - Select "Network Security: LAN Manager authentication level" on the right pane. 4 - Select "Send LM and NTLM – use NTLMV2 session security if negotiated". 5 - Click OK, close the remaining windows, and restart the computer. + perfected some parts of the installation process TODO: WakeOnLan, DynDNS, etc.
TeK Computer Inc.-Forum- How to use UPnP. How to use UPnP.
If you have any questions , good ideas or feadback,welcome to give us more advices. We will do our best to improve our product and offer awesome proucts for you guys. Thanks very much. O! Play supports UPnP. . (1) Open “Control Panel”, find the and open it. (2) Click . (3) Select and click in . (4)In the Networking Services, check the and and click to continue. (5) After installing UPnP user interface, you need to check if the related services was running in the background. . (6) Find the items below in and change and their to . (1) Click the on Windows Media Player 11 to add the media Files into its database.