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    New format for NMT scripts

    Because the questions are already coming on the NMT forum from istar users I thought I'd start to explain the change that the next Syabas firmware has in store for you. The change is actually quite straightforward, you just have to change the telnet.html file.

    Where you now might now have something like:

    Code:
    <a href="http://localhost.drives:8883/[SMB]%20EditMe:mvpmc/script.cgi">Telnetd</a>
    <BR>
    <a href="http://localhost.drives:8883/[SMB]%20Edit:mvpmc/gbpvr.cgi">GB-PVR</a>
    You will need:

    Code:
    <a href="http://localhost.drives:8883/NETWORK_SHARE/EditMe:mvpmc/script.cgi">Telnetd</a>
    <BR>
    <a href="http://localhost.drives:8883/NETWORK_SHARE/EditMe:mvpmc/gbpvr.cgi">GB-PVR</a>
    In addition the full name of you server:share in this case EditMe:mvpmc can actually be edited on the NMT to suit your needs. You also can view what these names actually are from your PC, with this URL in your browser (substituting you NMT IP)

    http://xx.xx.xx.xx:8883/network_share.html

    If you do edit the name, remember it is the entire EditMe:mvpmc that will need to be replaced in telnet.html, not just EditMe

    After the new firmware is released, I will be talking more about how to load GB-PVR with no configuration. I will want to get a few of you to help test the instructions first.

    Martin
    Last edited by mvallevand; 2008-08-19 at 02:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    After the new firmware is released, I will be talking more about how to load GB-PVR with no configuration. I will want to get a few of you to help test the instructions first.
    This sounds promising

    I could test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hakras View Post
    This sounds promising

    I could test.
    Ok, but I should add you will still need to be able to set up a Windows share that can be browsed from the PCH, so if you have it working now, nothing really will be gained.

    Martin

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    The new firmware is available for download and it mentions

    8. Known issues
    - due to Pathname changes for Network Shares, may break some YAMJ and GBPVR generated HTML links

    You might want to check out the sample here http://forums.gbpvr.com/showthread.php?t=35313 before and after upgrading to see the drop in mkv performance on certain files. Many previously nonplayable mkv files will work as compensation but Windows shares are definitely superior now.

    The link to the no config setup instructions are here http://forums.gbpvr.com/showthread.p...500#post292500 Feel free to offer comments and updates to make this more visually appealing.

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    The new firmware is available for download and it mentions

    8. Known issues
    - due to Pathname changes for Network Shares, may break some YAMJ and GBPVR generated HTML links

    You might want to check out the sample here http://forums.gbpvr.com/showthread.php?t=35313 before and after upgrading to see the drop in mkv performance on certain files. Many previously nonplayable mkv files will work as compensation but Windows shares are definitely superior now.

    The link to the no config setup instructions are here http://forums.gbpvr.com/showthread.p...500#post292500 Feel free to offer comments and updates to make this more visually appealing.

    Martin
    I'll be back in town on Sunday....this gives me something to look forward to when I get home....other than the two weeks worth of real-work e-mail that I have not looked at while I have been on Holiday....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    Ok, but I should add you will still need to be able to set up a Windows share that can be browsed from the PCH, so if you have it working now, nothing really will be gained.

    Martin
    If I already have a working setup, will I need to make changes when upgrading to the new firmware? I looked at "index.html" in the zip file - am I supposed to replace "NETWORK_SHARE" and "NETWORK_BROWSER" with anything?
    GBPVR v1.4.7
    Windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit)
    Intel Core 2 Duo 2.33 GHz
    4 GB RAM, 160GB system drive
    640GB recording drive
    PVR-500 - analog cable stations
    HDHomeRun - ASTC via antenna
    nVidia GeForce 8600GT
    1 PCH @ 1080p componenent (was NTSC via composite)
    1 PCH @ 1080p HDMI (was component)

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    Quote Originally Posted by philly_phenom View Post
    If I already have a working setup, will I need to make changes when upgrading to the new firmware? I looked at "index.html" in the zip file - am I supposed to replace "NETWORK_SHARE" and "NETWORK_BROWSER" with anything?
    That is the ez_mvpmc script. For your working script you make the change as explained in the first post on this thread.

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    That is the ez_mvpmc script. For your working script you make the change as explained in the first post on this thread.

    Martin
    i get it. thanks.
    GBPVR v1.4.7
    Windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit)
    Intel Core 2 Duo 2.33 GHz
    4 GB RAM, 160GB system drive
    640GB recording drive
    PVR-500 - analog cable stations
    HDHomeRun - ASTC via antenna
    nVidia GeForce 8600GT
    1 PCH @ 1080p componenent (was NTSC via composite)
    1 PCH @ 1080p HDMI (was component)

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    Martin, could you please confirm (if you know) that scripts on hard drives or USB stick still use the same old format. (I'm getting twitchy in my old age )


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    Quote Originally Posted by martint123 View Post
    Martin, could you please confirm (if you know) that scripts on hard drives or USB stick still use the same old format. (I'm getting twitchy in my old age )
    I don't think it changed but based on the YAMJ comments I think you are ok. I wouldn't worry about it, if it really doesn't work I try it.

    Martin

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