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  1. #151
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    Can't get CCXStream to work with my Series 1 Tivo

    I'm running the 10/30 XBMC T3CH build, TivoWeb plus, TivoX 1.5 and the Series 1 CCXStream from Jon's site. All the menus and my file listings come up fine and I'm able to select a file and click play. The screen shows caching and looks like it is going to play but the progress bar hangs up very near the end. When looking at the log file the cache fill always craps out at 19.53% of the file no matter which file I choose. Here is an excerpt from the log file.

    31-12-2003 15:20:14 DEBUG msg:

    Cache fill: 18.75% (1572864 bytes)

    31-12-2003 15:20:14 DEBUG msg:

    Cache fill: 19.53% (1638400 bytes)

    31-12-2003 15:20:14 DEBUG msg:

    Cache fill: 19.53% (1638400 bytes)

    31-12-2003 15:20:16 ERROR cmplayer:penfile() xbms://192.168.0.102/FSIDNowShowing/FSID_3563115.ty failed

    31-12-2003 15:20:16 DEBUG msg: mplayer_close_file()

    31-12-2003 15:20:16 DEBUG msg:

    31-12-2003 15:20:16 DEBUG msg: uninit_player

    31-12-2003 15:20:16 DEBUG msg: uninit_player - done

    31-12-2003 15:20:16 DEBUG Freeing FS segment @ 0x757ba0


    Any thoughts anyone?

  2. #152
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    Jan 2004
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    xboxtv6.itcl errors 1.3c

    I get error when using xboxtv6.itcl with TivoWebPlus.

    INTERNAL SERVER ERROR
    --cut here--
    action_xboxtv '' 'set "action" "listchans";'
    expected integer but got "22.1"
    while executing
    "lsort -integer [array names channeltablenum]"
    (procedure "::action_xboxtv" line 79)
    invoked from within
    "::action_$action $chan $part $env"
    ("eval" body line 1)
    invoked from within
    "eval {::action_$action $chan $part $env}"
    --cut here--

    Anyway to fix this code:

    if { $action == "LISTCHANS" } {
    # list channels
    foreach channum [lsort -integer [array names channeltablenum]] {
    set stationfsid $channeltablenum($channum)
    set data $channeltablestation($stationfsid)
    set favorite [lindex $data 1]
    set callsign [lindex $data 2]
    set name [lindex $data 3]
    set logoindex [lindex $data 4]
    set logo1 [lsearch $logotableindex(1) $logoindex]
    set logo1 [lindex $logotablename(1) $logo1]
    if { $logo1 == "" } {
    set logo1 "NO_LOGO"
    }
    if { $chnsel == "3" && $favorite == 0 } {
    continue
    }
    puts -nonewline $chan $channum
    puts -nonewline $chan "#"
    puts -nonewline $chan $name
    puts -nonewline $chan "#"
    puts -nonewline $chan $logo1
    puts -nonewline $chan "$$$$$"
    # end for
    }


    Thanks.

  3. #153
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    Newbie alart...


    I have ccxstream running on my Tivo. Now I need information on writing a script so it will run automaticaly each time the Tivo boots up.

  4. #154
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soapm View Post
    Newbie alart...


    I have ccxstream running on my Tivo. Now I need information on writing a script so it will run automaticaly each time the Tivo boots up.
    You don't need to write a new script to launch it at bootup, just add a call in rc.sysinit.author to start it up.

  5. #155
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    Quote Originally Posted by jt1134 View Post
    You don't need to write a new script to launch it at bootup, just add a call in rc.sysinit.author to start it up.
    If my file is in the /var/hack/ccxstream/ccxstream then how will the line I place in the author file look? I put one just like above but it no worky.

    Does it matter where I put it?

  6. #156
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soapm View Post
    If my file is in the /var/hack/ccxstream/ccxstream then how will the line I place in the author file look? I put one just like above but it no worky.

    Does it matter where I put it?


    Basically, from a command prompt, use a text editor such as nano to edit the file by typing:
    nano /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit.author

    At the end of the file add the line:
    /var/hack/ccxstream/ccxstream -f

    (make sure you press return afterwards)

    Save the file and you're done!

    See this web page for more help:
    http://www.tivohelp.com/archive/tivo...ki.net/41.html
    Carlos

  7. #157
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Posts
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    ccxstream

    Hi, I have a S1 by Phillips, heavily modded, but running very well and stable.

    I've got the startup scripts down pat, all good there.

    However, when I first copied ccxstream_s1 to /var/hack and tried to execute it manually with ./ccxstream_s1 -f & , ./ccxstream_s1 -f or even just ./ccxstream &, it errors out, it won't execute at all. chmod +x ccxstream_s1 and chmod 777 ccxstream_s1 doessn't seem to help either.

    Can't recall the error offhand...it was a big long string...I'll edit this post as soon as I get home...but thought I'd throw it out there, maybe I should makefile or something; compile it directly on my Tivo?

    I'm wondering if maybe all the versions of ccxstream I've found are for MIPS, when what I need is PPC.

    EDIT: amazing what can happen when one pays attention and selects "Binary" for FTP transfers -before- asking stupid questions. Suddenly executable things start executing the way they're supposed to.
    Last edited by Knyte; 10-30-2007 at 11:25 AM.

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