OK, after hours of building different installs, and chasing meta data files, etc, I thought,
Hey, why not try to push to one of the other TiVo's......
Now, does anyone know why a Bolt would not permit files to be pushed verse a Romio that will? The installs on the Mac are fine, it is the Bolt that will not 'accept' the files?
- 3 - TiVo's Premier, Romio, Bolt
- All on same Subnet / broadcast domain / network
- 2 iMac
To keep it simple (though I think I have every TiVo open source on on of the iMac)
- I have pyTivoX on both iMac
- I can see all TiVos
- From Bolt I can see both iMac's shares via pyTivoX
- From Bolt I can 'pull' files from ether iMac
- From Romio I can see both iMac's shares via pyTivoX
- From Romio I can 'pull' files from ether iMac
- From one of the iMac (just did not test the other) I can push to Romio (ffMpeg is running hard and I see the file on Romio)
- I can not push to the Bolt from ether iMac.
I went into a loop assuming it was ffMpeg or pyTiVo or other setups, but I now have a know working push to Romio, yet Bolt does not want to receive the files. pyTivoX does not even spin up ffMpeg when I try to push them.
Any thoughts on trouble shooting this?
Last edited by kcossabo; 11-07-2015 at 08:00 AM.