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  1. #91
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    Any chance it should be safe to try this on 7.2 <grin>

    Just wondering if already somebody found if the hex edit is similar to 7.1x

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    6.1 locations

    Here are what I believe to be the patch locations for 6.1. I do not have a DTivo to test this on, althogh I did do a pseudo test using a standalone Humax attempting to run 6.1 (don't ask - I was board. Wish I could've gotten the tuner working for the cable), and it seems the patches work, but I'd say this was far from conclusive.

    If anyone (with a good backup - and prepared to use it) wants to test this, I'll ask Nutcase to add this into the script if it pans out.

    Code:
    # 6.1  Requires set_mrv_name_67.tcl
    #      The first two patches are 30 second skip & backdoors
    
    array set patch_6_1 {
     
        0x00a67728 "1040001d 1440001d" 
        0x00ae4bec "00008821 24100001" 
     
        0x0053412c "00408021 24100001" 
        0x00542fe4 "00408021 24100001" 
        0x0055a9d4 "00408021 24100001" 
        0x00619f00 "00408021 24100001" 
        0x00640f7c "00408821 00008821" 
        0x00640fa0 "00408821 00008821" 
        0x00899d80 "0320f809 24020000" 
        0x00a86f00 "1040026d 00000000" 
        0x00B3C9A4 "3c1c0f53 03e00008" 0x00B3C9A8 "279c0dac 24020001" 
        0x00D7CD94 "0320f809 00001021" 
        0x00d864a4 "10400043 00000000" 
        0x00d8d728 "0320f809 24020000" 
        0x00dc756c "0320f809 24020001" 
        0x00e3536c "0320f809 3c020000" 
        0x00e35468 "8f998280 8e440010" 0x00e3546c "00000000 8c820000" 
        0x00e35470 "27394ec8 8c850004" 0x00e35474 "0320f809 00451025" 
        0x00e35478 "00000000 8c850008" 0x00e3547c "8fbc0010 00451025" 
        0x00e8a2a0 "3c1c0f1e 03e00008" 0x00e8a2a4 "279c34b0 24020001" 
        0x00e8b0fc "0320f809 00001021" 
        0x00e8b194 "0320f809 00001021" 
        0x00e8b74c "0320f809 00001021" 
        0x00e8b8f0 "0320f809 00001021" 
        0x00e8bcb0 "0320f809 00000000" 
        0x00e8bfdc "0320f809 00001021" 
        0x01131460 "0320f809 24020000" 
        0x0124580c "02001021 24020001" 
        0x013667b0 "8c820004 03e00008" 0x013667b4 "8cab0000 00000000" 
        0x01366d64 "8c820048 03e00008" 0x01366d68 "8cab0000 00000000" 
    }
    BTW, you'll obviously need to add the following to the code section that determines the Tivoapp vresion.
    ...
    } elseif { [regexp {^6\.1} $sw] } {
    set a "patch_6_1"
    ...

    [EDIT]
    OOPS If this should be in the development thread please move it - sorry and thanks.
    Last edited by jkozee; 08-22-2005 at 11:48 PM.

  3. #93
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    Code:
    superpatch-67all-NutKase-1.0.tcl
    (C) 05/08/2005 by NutKase, et al - COMMERCIAL USE PROHIBITED
     
    Credit goes to CapablePerson66, rc3105, and others who wish to
    remain anonymous.  We thank ESPECIALLY alldeadhomiez for his time and knowledge.
     
    All errors are the fault of Anonymous :-) .
     
    Your TiVo Software version is 6.1-01-2-521
    Please write down your TiVo Software version.
     
     
    Checking your tivoapp patch locations...
     
    Patching your tivoapp...
     
    Success!
    ________
    1. Your 6.1-01-2-521 tivoapp was updated with the proper superpatch-67all
    2. Your original tivoapp was backed up and is called /tvbin/tivoapp.original.
    3. You'll need to run the set_mrv_name_67.tcl, I've included, to 'name' your tivo.
    I'll let you know after I reboot :-)

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    Thanks a lot! Now I can see my other Tivos :-)

    Music and Photos: OK
    MRV: Receive (PULL) OK, Transmit (PUSH) OK
    NOCSO: OK

    Any specifics to try/test?

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    jasch,

    I'll send you a PM. Glad to hear it works.

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    Just upgraded to 6.2 and rebooted the system. I was able to telnet in and finish up some of the post-install stuff. I noticed that it would no longer play any of the video I had on the unit (selecting play would immediately act as if it got to the "end" of the show and asked to delete it), and, since I had not applied the superpatch, I figured that would help.

    I applied the superpatch, rebooted, and, while the tivo came back up, it still wouldn't play my unencrypted video. Additionally, I could no longer telnet to the box! Argh..

    I'll have to rip the drive back out of the tivo and try to see what's up with it, but I am not sure what I am looking for at this point.

    Do you think it is just coincidental that telnet died after performing the superpatch?

  7. #97
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    Quote Originally Posted by wesmoc
    Do you think it is just coincidental that telnet died after performing the superpatch?
    Definitely. The only thing the SuperPatch does is modify Tivoapp slightly, and Tivoapp has nothing to do with the network or bash access.

  8. #98
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    Quote Originally Posted by wesmoc
    I applied the superpatch, rebooted, and, while the tivo came back up, it still wouldn't play my unencrypted video.
    For other reasons (the new tserver, for one), I downloaded the MIPS version of the Unified mfs_utils, installed them, and saw the "ciphercheck" script. So, I ran it:
    Code:
    bash-2.02# ./ciphercheck
    CipherCheck - based on CipherCheck.tcl by AlphaWolf_HK
    
    TyStream encryption is currently disabled.
    
    Here is the status of your current recordings:
    
    Encrypted CSO Set Stream Name
    --------- ------- -----------
    No        No      Pink Panther
    No        Yes     Pink Panther
    No        Yes     Law & Order
    No        Yes     Law & Order
    No        Yes     Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
    No        Yes     Law & Order
    No        Yes     Teen Titans
    No        Yes     Totally Spies
    ...
    (Hey, my kids use the Tivo, too.) Obviously, now, it looks like it is having trouble because CSO is set for all of the old video, but the system doesn't have CSO set.

    Is there a way to set CSO back on so I can view all of the old video? Is there a reason not to have this on? I have no idea (yet) what CSO stands for....

    Quote Originally Posted by wesmoc
    Additionally, I could no longer telnet to the box! Argh..
    Eh.. I was being impatient. There was a "sleep 300" line in rc.sysinit.author, and I wasn't waiting 5 minutes. So, this wasn't a result of the superpatch at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesmoc
    Is there a way to set CSO back on so I can view all of the old video? Is there a reason not to have this on? I have no idea (yet) what CSO stands for....
    The patch in the SuperPatch is for NoCSO, so you would have to remove the patch to watch the videos. (the Tivo by default can watch unencrypted videos without any problems, or videos recorded by itself. With superpatch you can watch anything recorded on other tivos or extract).

    Eh.. I was being impatient. There was a "sleep 300" line in rc.sysinit.author, and I wasn't waiting 5 minutes. So, this wasn't a result of the superpatch at all.
    Actually, you only need to do the sleep before TiVoweb, since it sometimes gives problems when you start it up too quickly while the box is still finishing up.

    If you're not using tivoweb you can get rid of the sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesmoc
    For other reasons (the new tserver, for one), I downloaded the MIPS version of the Unified mfs_utils, installed them, and saw the "ciphercheck" script. So, I ran it:
    Code:
    bash-2.02# ./ciphercheck
    CipherCheck - based on CipherCheck.tcl by AlphaWolf_HK
    
    TyStream encryption is currently disabled.
    
    Here is the status of your current recordings:
    
    Encrypted CSO Set Stream Name
    --------- ------- -----------
    No        No      Pink Panther
    No        Yes     Pink Panther
    No        Yes     Law & Order
    No        Yes     Law & Order
    No        Yes     Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
    No        Yes     Law & Order
    No        Yes     Teen Titans
    No        Yes     Totally Spies
    ...
    (Hey, my kids use the Tivo, too.) Obviously, now, it looks like it is having trouble because CSO is set for all of the old video, but the system doesn't have CSO set.

    Is there a way to set CSO back on so I can view all of the old video? Is there a reason not to have this on? I have no idea (yet) what CSO stands for....


    Eh.. I was being impatient. There was a "sleep 300" line in rc.sysinit.author, and I wasn't waiting 5 minutes. So, this wasn't a result of the superpatch at all.
    Obviously, you originally hacked your DirecTiVo using TiVoScripts and never bothered to upgrade from the kmem hack. The solution is simple - run csoscout (search for it, then read the first few posts in the thread).

    By the way, the kmem hack was not the only outdated hack installed by TiVoScripts. I hope you didn't just move everything over to 6.2.

    PlainBill
    There's a difference between needing help, and just being plain ole' lazy.

    "You cannot teach a man anything. You can only help him find it for himself." Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

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

  11. #101
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    Found it.

    The answer was in this thread.

    Have I mentioned that this forum rocks?

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    The real history here is that I bought the Samsung 40GB DirecTivo. I hacked it with the Sleeper ISO. I then upgraded to the 120GB drive I have now. Added a bunch of hacks (tivoweb (then tivowebplus), tserver, mfs_ftp, ssh, elseed). 8months later, I cleaned up the problems with the sleeper install (I believe you helped me a bit there, BTW), migrated the start scripts to be utilized by the TPM (tivo package manager) type of install, and moved over to the killhdinitrd kernel (3.1.1e).

    I have now just upgraded to 6.2 (backed up the 120 using mfsbackup/restore to another drive) with its numerous steps to install my 3.1.5 killhdinitrd'ed kernel, move over my hacks, edit rc.sysinit.author (and rc.sysinit such that it calls rc.sysinit.author!), and a bunch of other things including installing the mfs_utils bundle to get the latest tserver (that doesn't use NowShowing). I've just completed the run of csoscout.tcl which worked beautifully.

    I've still got some other steps to do:
    o need to figure out why my ssh keys aren't working, but that's no big deal
    o need to figure out why TivoWebPlus won't show the NowShowing data (it might be as simple as a reboot since I already made the version change)
    o Need to look in to mfs_ftp to see what's up with that.. it's not running.

    Once that's complete, I'll look in to the backported drivers to improve the USB performance.

    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by PlainBill
    Obviously, you originally hacked your DirecTiVo using TiVoScripts and never bothered to upgrade from the kmem hack. The solution is simple - run csoscout (search for it, then read the first few posts in the thread).

    By the way, the kmem hack was not the only outdated hack installed by TiVoScripts. I hope you didn't just move everything over to 6.2.

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    7.2 support

    Is there a project to provide 7.2 software support to the superpatch. I just got the update. I am think about reintalling a backup image with 7.1b so I can get MRV working with my Dtivo running 4.01b, but from reading that can lead to problems as well.

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    Candidate patch for 7.2.0

    Here's a candidate patch that adds support for 7.2.0. There are three variations included: -elm- (Toshiba/Humax S2.5 DVD), -tak- (Pioneer S2 DVD) and -oth- (everything else). Only the -oth- patch has been tested.

    This is in the form of a patch against superpatch-67all-NutKase-1.0.tcl. Apply via "zcat sp-1.0-to-1.1.patch.gz | patch" in the directory where you have superpatch-67all-NutKase-1.0.tcl. If you don't have a working zcat or patch program on your tivo, run this on your PC under cygwin or on a linux box. You can also separate the uncompress and patch steps out into separate commands if you prefer.

    If you are unable to apply patches, you aren't a good candidate for alpha testing -- wait for NutKase to incorporate it into a released version. Please, no postings of the form "how do I use this?" Such posts will be silently ignored.

    If you try this on an -elm- or -tak- unit, please confirm that it works.
    Last edited by 7.1; 09-15-2005 at 04:17 PM. Reason: Add Humax DVD for -elm-.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7.1
    Please, no postings of the form "how do I use this?" Such posts will be silently ignored.
    bash-2.02# zcat sp-1.0-to-1.1.patch.gz | patch
    sp-1.0-to-1.1.patch.gz: applet not found

    Too bad... Guess I'll have to wait for the updated version.

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