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    Loading Different Configs

    I am trying to set up a config file to allow me to run 2 MVPs with different settings (one 4:3, one 16:9), I can see how to do it using $IP, however I can't predict which MVP will get allocated which IP address by my DHCP server on my router. I was hoping to be able to use MAC address to do this but can't work out how, any ideas?

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    You could run the hauppauge software first that would enable you to set the AR for both mvp's seperately. You could also use the mvpmc dongle that enables you to set the AR aswell.
    http://forums.gbpvr.com/forumdisplay.php?f=30
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    Unless I'm mistaken, I would have to do than on every power up which is the sort of thing I am trying to avoid. As far as I understand, the settings chosen in mvpmc are not yet stored to rom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scim View Post
    Unless I'm mistaken, I would have to do than on every power up which is the sort of thing I am trying to avoid. As far as I understand, the settings chosen in mvpmc are not yet stored to rom.
    I will put up a dongle that set $MAC from the flash value.

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by scim View Post
    Unless I'm mistaken, I would have to do than on every power up which is the sort of thing I am trying to avoid. As far as I understand, the settings chosen in mvpmc are not yet stored to rom.
    If you mean pushing the on/off-button, no you won't have to do it then, only after unplugging the mvp. On/off on the mvp is standby really.
    AMD Athlon 64 3000, HDD: 80, 120, 200 GB, Hauppauge 350 + 150, MVP, Asus 6000L Laptop client, Asus X50sl client,
    Fritz!box 7140 modem/router, GBPVR 1.3.7.

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    If you mean pushing the on/off-button, no you won't have to do it then, only after unplugging the mvp. On/off on the mvp is standby really.
    No, I was meaning after switching off at mains supply/unplugging.

    I will put up a dongle that set $MAC from the flash value.
    Excellent, that was just what I was after, thanks for the fast response, will try it ASAP.

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    Ok, a variable $MAC should be available in the latest alpha. There's more to this alpha then just that and I'm going to start a new thread on this, there are no emulation mode logic changes.

    Martin

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    Just given the new dongle a try before heading off to work and it works a treat, thanks again for this. Also, much prefer the new interface although I normally never expect to see it!

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