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Old 01-19-2007, 11:33 AM   #2251
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#!/bin/bash
export PATH=./:.:/utils:/bin:/sbin:/tvbin:/tivobin:/busybox
export TIVO_ROOT=
export MFS_DEVICE=/dev/hda10
tnlited 23 /bin/bash -login &
tivoftpd
fakecall.tcl
route add -host 204.176.49.2 gw 127.0.0.1
route add -net 204.176.49.0 gw 127.0.0.1 netmask 255.255.255.0
/bin/bash </dev/ttyS2&> /dev/ttyS2&
echo
if [ -e /firstboot_flat ]; then
mount -o remount,rw /
if rm -rf /firstboot_flag; then
tivosh /hacks/network.tcl 192.168.1.151 192.168.1.1
mount -o remount,ro /
reboot
fi
fi



Is it possible the usb drivers are not loading properly?
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Old 01-19-2007, 11:34 AM   #2252
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oops that is a typo on firstboot_flag, it is flag not flat.
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Old 01-19-2007, 11:56 AM   #2253
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Check your box of old stuff. Some of the old digital camera used the same cable to D/L pictures, try any cable that is serial on one end and mini phono on the other. Do you have an old serial mouse and anything with the mini stereo jack? You can just cut the two cables and splice the wires together. Wrap and tape will work since all you want to do is read the console. You'll need a better cable if you want to transfer large files.



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JW I will definitely order a cable. I get that you should have one for future, just curious as to why for a fresh install you would need one.

Rbauch i don't recall the script asking for me to remove the PTVnet. It goes through installing the image, then installs new kernel, then asks for IP.

I will put the drive back in and post the sysint file. I will have to transpose as their is no printer attached to PC that i am using.

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Old 01-19-2007, 02:40 PM   #2254
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made cable. setup a modem type for connecting to other computer, ran thru hyperterminal, changed baud and getting nothing.
Do i have to do anything on a newly zippered harddrive before i remove from pc.
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Old 01-19-2007, 03:11 PM   #2255
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made cable. setup a modem type for connecting to other computer, ran thru hyperterminal, changed baud and getting nothing.
Do i have to do anything on a newly zippered harddrive before i remove from pc.
Verify your Hyperterminal connection settings.

I don't remember all of the specifics, but baud rate should be 115200.
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Old 01-19-2007, 03:49 PM   #2256
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And sometimes you need to hit "enter" once or twice to generate the bash prompt.
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Old 01-20-2007, 11:03 AM   #2257
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I'm not entirely sure what the source of /busybox/wipelogs is that is called from cron, but there is a very simple but fatal error in that script.

The script does three things:

1) move /var/log/cronlog-main out of /var/log to save it
2) Remove all the files in /var/log
3) move /var/log/cronlog-main back into /var/log

If you run this manually, you will see that afterwards the only file in /var/log in cronlog-main - and it will remain that way indefintely for all the syslog-controlled log files (log files from other programs may show up in time).

The fatal part is that if you use "df" to see how much space is in /var before and after running wipelog, you'll discover that you reclaim VERY LITTLE space. This is because syslog still has all those files open for writing, and it CONTINUES to log to those files until either:

1) The TiVo reboots (schedule, manual, or crash)
2) syslog receives a "HUP" signal

This means that /var continues filling up despite clearing the logs.

This is not a big deal if you are rebooted on a scheduled basis, preferably shortly after wipelogs is called if you care about these log files at all, since the reboot will allow the space to be reclaimed. But if you are not rebooting for whatever reason, this isn't helping you.

A simple fix is to add a single line at the end of the script:

kill -HUP `cat /var/run/syslogd.pid`

This forces syslog to close all open files and reopen them.

Alternately to zero out all the files, including the non-syslog files, without causing issues to the logging of other programs, for each file should have /dev/null copied to it, ala:

cp /dev/null tvlog

much like we were doing recently due to the stream problem. This has the effect of resetting the end of file pointer to 0 without requiring the close/open operation.

The following script excerpt should work in place of the "rm":

for file in /var/log/*; do
cp /dev/null $file
done
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Old 01-20-2007, 01:08 PM   #2258
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Originally Posted by doconeill
I'm not entirely sure what the source of /busybox/wipelogs is that is called from cron, but there is a very simple but fatal error in that script.

The script does three things:

1) move /var/log/cronlog-main out of /var/log to save it
2) Remove all the files in /var/log
3) move /var/log/cronlog-main back into /var/log

If you run this manually, you will see that afterwards the only file in /var/log in cronlog-main - and it will remain that way indefintely for all the syslog-controlled log files (log files from other programs may show up in time).

The fatal part is that if you use "df" to see how much space is in /var before and after running wipelog, you'll discover that you reclaim VERY LITTLE space. This is because syslog still has all those files open for writing, and it CONTINUES to log to those files until either:

1) The TiVo reboots (schedule, manual, or crash)
2) syslog receives a "HUP" signal

This means that /var continues filling up despite clearing the logs.

This is not a big deal if you are rebooted on a scheduled basis, preferably shortly after wipelogs is called if you care about these log files at all, since the reboot will allow the space to be reclaimed. But if you are not rebooting for whatever reason, this isn't helping you.

A simple fix is to add a single line at the end of the script:

kill -HUP `cat /var/run/syslogd.pid`

This forces syslog to close all open files and reopen them.

Alternately to zero out all the files, including the non-syslog files, without causing issues to the logging of other programs, for each file should have /dev/null copied to it, ala:

cp /dev/null tvlog

much like we were doing recently due to the stream problem. This has the effect of resetting the end of file pointer to 0 without requiring the close/open operation.

The following script excerpt should work in place of the "rm":

for file in /var/log/*; do
cp /dev/null $file
done
Very interesting. I'll incorporate your suggestions in the next version. Thanks.
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Old 01-20-2007, 04:17 PM   #2259
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So, before I read this I pulled the drive again and created the enhancements directory and touch-ed an mfs_network file (and touch-ed a firstboot_flag file) stuck it back into the Tivo. Well, now it is networking. I can ping/telnet/ftp. I don't fully understand why. I think the network.tcl is happier, but the mfs_network file is still empty (as are the log files where I tried to capture the output).

I think it also removed the rc.sysinit.author file, is that OK? I expected it to remain. The tweak.sh complained about finding an enhancements directory, since it is basically empty, I will remove it and re-run tweak.sh.

Thanks for the help.
I removed the enhancements dir and then I was able to run the enhancement script, and I now have all the goodies I was looking for. Thanks for the help along the way.
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Old 01-20-2007, 05:48 PM   #2260
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I removed the enhancements dir and then I was able to run the enhancement script, and I now have all the goodies I was looking for. Thanks for the help along the way.
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Old 01-21-2007, 12:45 AM   #2261
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So where is the tweak_uninstall.sh script? It is not in the zip file with tweak.sh.
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Old 01-21-2007, 01:07 AM   #2262
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It's on your TIVO, if you've ever hacked it before using Zipper/tweak. When you run tweak.sh, it will prompt you to uninstall first. Choose "Y" and it will uninstall.
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Old 01-21-2007, 11:33 AM   #2263
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So where is the tweak_uninstall.sh script? It is not in the zip file with tweak.sh.
It is contained in the rbautch_files.tgz archive, which gets unpacked to /enhancements directory when you run tweak.sh.
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I removed the enhancements dir and then I was able to run the enhancement script, and I now have all the goodies I was looking for. Thanks for the help along the way.
If you removed the enhancements directory without running the uninstall script, you'll now have duplicate entries in your author file and profile. If you ran tweak.sh with exactly the same options as the first time you ran it, it should be okay, but you may want edit out the duplicate entries.
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Old 01-21-2007, 12:46 PM   #2265
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Excuse me if this has been answered before, but I've been searching and can't find a definitive answer. I'm about to hack a totally clean image using PTVNet, Superpatch & rbautch's tweak script. My question is, should I apply Superpatch before or after the tweak script?

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Old 01-21-2007, 02:10 PM   #2266
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Thanks for the help finding the tweak_uninstall script. I finally dug in and opened tweak.sh and looked what you are doing-- very slick!

I'm having telnet/console problems I think. The script runs, and downloads files, but when it comes to answering questions (the read variables in the scripts), it goes nuts. It must have something to do with passing LF/CR or loopbacks or something.

When I respond to a question (y CR) its like it receives the LF or CR first, leaving the response blank, then uses the y response to the next question, followed by another LF or C
R. I've tried just using Cntl-J (linefeed) instead of the enter-key (cntl-m) without much difference.

Also noted that when I am at the bash prompt, I always get two response lines back using the enter key (or cntrl-m). And if I am in vi, I must use cntl-J or I get two lines. But when responding to the script, cntl-J doesn't help.

I've tried stock windows telnet, starting it with the telnet -t vt100 192.....
and I have tried it with PuTTY, with its various options-- no joy on any combos.

Any ideas??
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Old 01-21-2007, 02:27 PM   #2267
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The zipper wiki has info about the 2 consecutive returns at the command line. I don't know how to change it in default windows telnet console, but in PuTTy go to Connection --> Telnet, and then uncheck "return key sends telnet new line instead of ^M"
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Old 01-21-2007, 03:20 PM   #2268
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The zipper wiki has info about the 2 consecutive returns at the command line. I don't know how to change it in default windows telnet console, but in PuTTy go to Connection --> Telnet, and then uncheck "return key sends telnet new line instead of ^M"
Thanks Bluewookie-- that fixed it.... I was running an old version of putty also. Updated that, made the change you recommended, set the term to vt100 and it just ran the script.
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You can also run this batch file to permanently change your windows terminal settings to work with tivo telnet.
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Old 01-23-2007, 05:11 PM   #2270
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Also if you are planning to do MRV between the Dtivo and SA the SA also needs to have the Superpatch applied in order to see the Dtivo.
Can you point to any info for applying the Superpatch to my SA?
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Can you point to any info for applying the Superpatch to my SA?
Basic information about how to access your can be found at he Steve Jenkins site here.
You will need to install Superpatch which can be found at the site we can't link to or menetion by name but it is D-E-A-L-D-A-T-A-B-A-S-E-.-C-O-M
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Old 01-24-2007, 08:18 AM   #2272
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I'm not sure if ths is covered but, i notice the tivo etho: mtu is set to 1500 is there a way to change the mtu to 1492 for router configuration?

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I don't know if if the last two repeats are do to TY but, I'm experiencing problems with streaming to pc I can only watch half of the streaming show. however, I can watch the whole show if i move the status bar back to where it left off. I'm using Windows media to play the streams any ideas?
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Old 01-25-2007, 12:03 PM   #2273
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Ran the newest download of the Zipper last night. Did everything I did before and it worked perfectly this time. I was able to see the drive once installed in TIVO over ethernet and the tweak.sh ran perfectly.

I have also made the serial cable and was able to run the tweak before this most recent download via serial and yes it worked as well.

Rbautch and JWthiers thanks for all your help. Thanks to all those who wrote the various modules. I love this setup, in fact I currently have 7 Tivos all with 2 tuners active and running Tivoserver on my network with 100 ripped movies being served up.
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Old 01-25-2007, 12:13 PM   #2274
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I'm not sure if ths is covered but, i notice the tivo etho: mtu is set to 1500 is there a way to change the mtu to 1492 for router configuration?
Use this to change your MTU:
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ifconfig eth0 down; ifconfig eth0 mtu 1492; ifconfig eth0 up

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Old 01-25-2007, 12:21 PM   #2275
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Russ,

Does that command to change MTU persist or is it something you would have to change manually each time?
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Old 01-25-2007, 02:05 PM   #2276
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Crond not running

OK, I know there are tons of questions relating to Crond not running. But that is the problem, there are tons of questions and finding all of them is tough.
Let me please explain my situation and hope somebody can help guide me to a reason crond isn't running.
OK the line /busybox/crond is in the author file like it should be but it doesn't run (checking with PS).
OK, if I type crond it starts. If I then kill it and type cd /busybox/crond it runs, if I type cd /busybox; crond it runs.
I can get it to run only by manually starting it.
I can do that but it is driving me crazy.
By the way, uninstalled tweak and reran it assuming that would fix it as well.
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I'm not sure if ths is covered but, i notice the tivo etho: mtu is set to 1500 is there a way to change the mtu to 1492 for router configuration?

Can anyone help?
Curious...why do you want to change the MTU? Are you for some reason doing PPPoE with your TiVo?

The only place you should really be setting the MTU to 1492 is on the router which connects you to the Internet, and only if your Internet connection type is PPPoE (i.e. some Verizon territories, although I hear they are moving away from it). Internally on your own network, 1500 is appropriate.
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Curious...why do you want to change the MTU? Are you for some reason doing PPPoE with your TiVo?

The only place you should really be setting the MTU to 1492 is on the router which connects you to the Internet, and only if your Internet connection type is PPPoE (i.e. some Verizon territories, although I hear they are moving away from it). Internally on your own network, 1500 is appropriate.
Agreed. However on a gigabit Ethernet network you achieve significant faster extractions/insertions using jumbo frames, provided your entire network supports it. I set my MTU to 9000 on both my Tivo and PC.
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Does that command to change MTU persist or is it something you would have to change manually each time?
No it doesn't stick. I added it to my aliases to make it easy to set. I couldn't get it to run from my author file.
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Use this to change your MTU:
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ifconfig eth0 down; ifconfig eth0 mtu 1492; ifconfig eth0 up
Thanks rbautch, wow I feel honored that you replied my post so far in the past 2 days i talked to to celebrities and one more to go. You guys really inspire me to do more seeking new things each day.. I have to say you guys had me up at zipper it's now burned in my mind so much that i can know run zipper & rbautch's perfectly with out taking the dvr apart anymore
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