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Thread: 3.1.1e-01-2-151 not in /SwSystem

  1. #1
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    Exclamation 3.1.1e-01-2-151 not in /SwSystem

    I have a HDVR2 (151). However in /SwSystem it does not have the 3.1.1e
    for 151. It has:

    Directory listing of /SwSystem
    Name Type Id Date Time Size
    3.1.1b-02-2-151 tyDb 489301 01/05/05 01:21 668
    3.1.1e-01-2-101 tyDb 1849216 12/31/04 02:32 668
    3.1.1e-01-2-121 tyDb 1849219 12/31/04 02:32 668
    3.1.1e-01-2-301 tyDb 1849213 01/05/05 01:21 692
    3.1.1e-01-2-321 tyDb 1849210 12/31/04 02:32 668
    3.1.1e-01-2-351 tyDb 1849204 12/31/04 02:31 668
    3.1.1e-01-2-381 tyDb 1849207 12/31/04 02:31 668
    3.1.1e-01-2-3F1 tyDb 1849201 12/31/04 02:31 668
    3.1.5e-01-2-151 tyDb 1633909 10/21/04 02:09 676
    ACTIVE tyDb 1849213 01/05/05 01:21 692

    So I just installed 3.1.1e-01-2-301 instead. Is this okay?
    How do I get 3.1.1e-01-2-151? Somehow 3.1.5e-01-2-151 is there, and I read not to install that one... Help!

    Bill

  2. #2
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    I've noticed that the versions listed in /SwSystem change on my system. 3.1.1e-01-2-151 disappeared, then reappeared a month later with a newer date. I would expect it to reappear soon.

    PlainBill
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    HR20-700 with 2 TB, HR22-100, HR22-100, HR22-100, HR23-100 all running 0x5cd and networked.

  3. #3
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    Delete?

    It is possible to mfs_rm /SwSystem/the 3.1.5e ? Will that help me get back the older 3.1.1e?

    Thanks.

  4. #4
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    closed

    After upgrading to 3.1.1e with the wrong DTV, I forced a call
    to Directivo... It worked! It downloaded the missing version!

    I then had to modify installSw.itcl to allow previous version installs.
    Commented out the reboot, and good to go.

    Bill

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