Quote Originally Posted by chumley View Post
A huge thank you to lrhorer and others who have contributed to this board and thread!!
You're welcome.


Quote Originally Posted by chumley View Post
- I used the scripts in post 39 as is, with one caveat:

Before performing the hack, you need to manually create /hack/saved_Apps, or else add this line to the hack_tivoapp script:
test -d /hack/Saved_Apps/ || mkdir /hack/Saved_Apps/

Note to lrhorer: I suggest adding this to your hack_tivoapp script in post 39.
Sure, why not?

Quote Originally Posted by chumley View Post
After the Tivo was hacked, it also took me a bit to figure out how to configure upgradesoftware=false to disable automatic software updates. Here's the basic procedure.

1) Figure out which drive your Tivo drive is (/dev/sda, /dev/sdb, ...)

2) Check current bootpage params. For example, if your drive is /dev/sdb:
./bootpage -p /dev/sdb
It can also be added as an environment variable to rc.sysinit.