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2'''4 Remote/ Device control''' [=#point4] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
3New Gui section work in progress expect dead links or missing data.
4----
5== Remote/ Device control ==
6
7This section contains information about how to control your decoder and how it can be controlled from local and remote sources and helpfull information and tricks to get the most possible experience with your Receiver.
8
9
10 ''Please select a menu item from the GUI for more information''
11
12----
13{{{#!div style="width: 1100px; margin: auto"
14 {{{#!table style="border: none"
15  {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
16  {{{#!div style="float: left"
17[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Remote-Device-Control/Remote_Control.png,align=left,link=[#point4.1])]]
18  }}}
19  '''[wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.1 4.1 RC Remote control]'''[[br]]
20  {{{#!div style="float: left
21click here to find info on setting up the language
22  }}}
23  }}}
24  {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
25  {{{#!div style="float: left"
26[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Remote-Device-Control/On_Device_control.png,align=left,link=[#point4.2])]]
27  }}}
28  '''[wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.2 4.2 On Device Control]'''[[br]]
29  {{{#!div style="float: left
30click here to find info on setting up the Network
31  }}}
32  }}}
33  {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
34  {{{#!div style="float: left"
35[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Remote-Device-Control/Web_Interface.png,align=left,link=[#point4.3])]]
36  }}}
37  '''[wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.3 4.3 Web Interface]'''[[br]]
38  {{{#!div style="float: left
39click here to find info on setting up the HDD
40  }}}
41  }}}
42  |---
43  {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
44  {{{#!div style="float: left"
45[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Remote-Device-Control/Telnet_Control.png,align=left,link=[#point4.4])]]
46  }}}
47  '''[wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.4 4.4 Telnet Control]'''[[br]]
48  {{{#!div style="float: left
49click here to find info on Setting Up the Tuner
50  }}}
51  }}}
52  {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
53  {{{#!div style="float: left"
54[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Remote-Device-Control/Rgui.png,align=left,link=[#point4.5])]]
55  }}}
56  '''[wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.5 4.5 Rgui]'''[[br]]
57  {{{#!div style="float: left
58click here to find info Proforming a Scan
59  }}}
60  }}}
61  {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
62  {{{#!div style="float: left"
63[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Remote-Device-Control/Bootloader.png,align=left,link=[#point4.6])]]
64  }}}
65  '''[wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.6 4.6 Bootloader]'''[[br]]
66  {{{#!div style="float: left
67click here to find info on Orginising Your Channels
68  }}}
69  }}}
70  |---
71  {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
72  {{{#!div style="float: left"
73[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Remote-Device-Control/TitanNit_WebIF.png,align=left,link=[#point4.7])]]
74  }}}
75  '''[wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.7 4.7 TitanNit WebIF]'''[[br]]
76  {{{#!div style="float: left
77click here to find info on Setting Up a Media
78  }}}
79  }}}
80  {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
81  {{{#!div style="float: left"
82[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Remote-Device-Control/FTP.png,align=left,link=[#point4.8])]]
83  }}}
84  '''[wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.8 4.8 FTP (File Transfer Protocol)]'''[[br]]
85  {{{#!div style="float: left
86click here to find info Playing Back Media
87  }}}
88  }}}
89  {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
90  {{{#!div style="float: left"
91[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Remote-Device-Control/Autostart_Scripting.png,align=left,link=[#point4.9])]]
92  }}}
93  '''[wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.9 4.9 Autostart Scripting (usercmd.sh)]'''[[br]]
94  {{{#!div style="float: left
95Conclusion/ what to do next after stting up Titan
96  }}}
97  }}}
98 
99}}}
100}}}
101[[br]]
102[[br]]
103
104
105
106----
107'''4.1 RC Remote Control''' [=#point4.1] ([#point4 top of the page])
108
109----
110 * ([#point4.1.1 RC Atevio700])
111 * ([#point4.1.2 RC Atevio7000, Atevio7500, Atemio7600])
112 * ([#point4.1.3 RC Atemio500, Atemio510])
113 * ([#point4.1.4 RC Atemio520])
114 * ([#point4.1.5 RC Atemio520-V2])
115 * ([#point4.1.6 RC Atemio530])
116
117 * ([#point4.1.7 RC UFS910])
118 * ([#point4.1.8 RC UFS912])
119 * ([#point4.1.9 RC UFS922])
120
121[[BR]]
122[[BR]]
123[[BR]]
124
125
126
127
128'''4.1.1 RC Remote Control Atevio700''' [=#point4.1.1]  ([#point4.1 back])
129[[BR]]
130{{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
131[[Image(source:/titan/web/img/rc.atevio700.png)]][[br]]
132}}}
133|----------------
134{{{#!td style="border: none"
135 
136'''TEXT RC Atevio 700'''
137
138}}}
139
140[[br]]
141[[br]]
142[[br]]
143
144
145
146'''4.1.2 RC Remote Control Atevio7000, Atevio7500, Atemio7600''' [=#point4.1.2]  ([#point4.1 back])
147[[BR]]
148{{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
149[[Image(source:/titan/web/img/rc.atevio7000.png)]][[br]]
150}}}
151|----------------
152{{{#!td style="border: none"
153 The section contains information on the functions and operation of your remote control unit.
154
155 '''Special Function Buttons operation during channel streaming'''
156
157 
158 ||'''Resolution:''' ||This Key Switches the videomode.||
159 ||'''V.Format:''' ||This Key Switches the Video format.||
160 ||'''Recall:''' ||This key can bring up the recent channel history so you can jump easily between programs.||
161 ||'''Info:''' ||This Button displays the infobar.||
162 ||'''fav:''' ||This button brings up the favourite and Bouquet lists to easily select programs.||
163 ||'''Menu:''' ||This key opens the menu.||
164 ||'''Sleep:''' ||This Key can setup the sleep timer.||
165 ||'''Help:''' ||This key can display detailed information and help text's.||
166 ||'''Exit:''' ||This key exits menus and popups .||
167 ||'''text:''' ||This key shows the teletext display.||
168 ||'''Ok:''' ||This button confirms menu items and popups.||
169
170[[br]]
171
172'''Programming the universal remote to operate a supported TV'''
173
174This section explains how to automatically search and program your universal remote control to operate your tv
175
176NOTE: If there are no inputs for 10 seconds during setting the TV RC code the setting mode is terminated.
177
178'''Automatic code search '''
179
180 * Press the TV / Atevio button on the remote (for at least 3 seconds) until the LED flashes twice.
181
182   Enter the code 001. The LED flashes twice to confirm the entry.
183
184 * Press and hold the "ON / OFF" button until the TV turns off.
185   
186   Note: The LED flashes every 1.5 seconds and sends a new TV power rc code.
187
188 * Release the button immediately then press the "OK" button to store the TV code.
189
190  (This can take up to 15 minutes to cycle all the tv's pre programmed in to the remote from the factory)
191
192   If you dont let go of the power key in time it will step to the next RC Power button code if this happens use the D-Pad down to rewind 5 codes to attempt to store the code again.
193
194 * To interrupt the search mode, press the Exit button for 2 seconds and return to normal operation or wait for 10 seconds with no key presses.
195
196 * The remote control blinks 5 times at the end of the list if the tv has not turned off by the time your tv is not a supported model.
197
198'''Reset remote to factory programming'''
199
200This will reset the remote back to a factory non programmed state, this is necessary if the remote  needs to be reprogrammed to operate a new TV and was previously programmed.
201
202 * Press the TV / Atevio button on the remote (for at least 3 seconds) until the LED flashes twice.
203
204 * Enter the code 000.
205 
206 * The LED flashes twice to confirm the entry. The remote control will now be reset (no code programmed)
207
208
209}}}
210
211[[br]]
212[[br]]
213[[br]]
214
215'''4.1.3 RC Remote Control Atemio 500 / Atemio 510''' [=#point4.1.3]  ([#point4.1 back])
216[[BR]]
217{{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
218[[Image(source:/titan/web/img/rc.atemio510.png)]][[br]]
219}}}
220|----------------
221{{{#!td style="border: none"
222 
223'''TEXT RC Atemio 500/510'''
224
225}}}
226
227[[br]]
228[[br]]
229[[br]]
230
231'''4.1.4 RC Remote Control Atemio 520''' [=#point4.1.4]  ([#point4.1 back])
232[[BR]]
233{{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
234[[Image(source:/titan/web/img/rc.atemio520.png)]][[br]]
235}}}
236|----------------
237{{{#!td style="border: none"
238 
239'''TEXT RC Atemio 520'''
240
241}}}
242
243[[br]]
244[[br]]
245[[br]]
246
247'''4.1.5 RC Remote Control Atemio 520 V2''' [=#point4.1.5]  ([#point4.1 back])
248[[BR]]
249{{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
250[[Image(source:/titan/web/img/rc.atemio520-V2.png)]][[br]]
251}}}
252|----------------
253{{{#!td style="border: none"
254 
255'''TEXT RC Atemio 520-V2'''
256
257}}}
258
259[[br]]
260[[br]]
261[[br]]
262
263'''4.1.6 RC Remote Control Atemio 530''' [=#point4.1.6]  ([#point4.1 back])
264[[BR]]
265{{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
266[[Image(source:/titan/web/img/rc.atemio530.png)]][[br]]
267}}}
268|----------------
269{{{#!td style="border: none"
270 
271'''TEXT RC Atemio 530'''
272
273}}}
274
275[[br]]
276[[br]]
277[[br]]
278
279
280'''4.1.7 RC Remote Control Kathrein UFS910''' [=#point4.1.7]  ([#point4.1 back])
281[[BR]]
282{{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
283[[Image(source:/titan/web/img/rc.ufs910.png)]][[br]]
284}}}
285|----------------
286{{{#!td style="border: none"
287 
288'''TEXT RC UFS 910'''
289
290}}}
291
292[[br]]
293[[br]]
294[[br]]
295
296
297
298
299'''4.1.8 RC Remote Control Kathrein UFS912''' [=#point4.1.8]  ([#point4.1 back])
300[[BR]]
301{{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
302[[Image(source:/titan/web/img/rc.ufs912.png)]][[br]]
303}}}
304|----------------
305{{{#!td style="border: none"
306 
307'''TEXT RC UFS912'''
308
309}}}
310
311[[br]]
312[[br]]
313[[br]]
314
315
316
317'''4.1.9 RC Remote Control Kathrein UFS922''' [=#point4.1.9]  ([#point4.1 back])
318[[BR]]
319{{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
320[[Image(source:/titan/web/img/rc.ufs922.png)]][[br]]
321}}}
322|----------------
323{{{#!td style="border: none"
324 
325'''TEXT RC UFS922'''
326
327}}}
328
329[[br]]
330[[br]]
331[[br]]
332
333
334
335[[br]]
336----
337'''4.2 On Device Control''' [=#point4.2] ([#point4 top of the page])
338
339----
340
341
342[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/On_Device_Control.jpg)]][[br]]
343
344The section contains information on the functions and operation of your Receiver from the onboard buttons.
345Please note: the control is very limited from the on device controls but simple menu and tv control's can be made:
346
347'''Device Controll keys'''
348
349 
350 ||'''Power''' ||This Key Switches to the power menu or shuts down depending on the "power action" see ([#point3.6.6 Adjust]) for more info. ||
351 ||'''Menu:''' ||This Key brongs up the on screen display/ menu. ||
352 ||'''Ok:''' ||This key accept on screen prompts. ||
353 ||'''D-pad:''' ||These buttons can control the volume and TV channel when on the TV display it can also be used to navigate the menu and on screen prompts. ||
354
355----
356'''4.3 Web Interface''' [=#point4.3] ([#point4 top of the page])
357----
358
359[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Control.jpg)]][[br]]
360
361The section contains information on the functions and operation of your Receiver from the web interface over LWAN, LAN or wifi.
362
363[[br]]
364
365----
366'''4.3.1 Channel list''' [=#point4.3.1] ([#point4 top of the page])
367----
368
369[[br]]
370
371 ||'''All''' ||Show All Channels from all Bouquets .||
372 ||'''Sat''' ||Sort channels By Satellite.||
373 ||'''provider:''' ||Sort channels By provider.||
374 ||'''A-Z:''' ||Sort channels Alphabetically.||
375 ||'''Bouquets:''' ||Sort channels By Boquet.||
376
377
378[[br]]
379----
380'''4.3.2 Box Control''' [=#point4.3.2] ([#point4 top of the page])
381----
382
383[[br]]
384 
385 ||'''Power Control:''' ||This brings up the links to control the power settings (shutdown, restart, etc....)||
386 ||'''Message:''' ||Send a message to the display of the tv.||
387 ||'''Remote:''' ||Bring up the remote on the web page for control of the decoder.||
388 ||'''Screenshot OSD:''' ||Take a screen shot of the OSD.||
389 ||'''Play Movie (URL:''' ||Play a movie from the selected url.||
390
391[[br]]
392----
393'''4.3.3 Movies''' [=#point4.3.3] ([#point4 top of the page])
394----
395
396[[br]]
397
398This will bring up a list of the movie directory on the receiver please see ([#point3.12.5 Web Controls]) for more information
399
400[[br]]
401----
402'''4.3.4 Timer''' [=#point4.3.4] ([#point4 top of the page])
403----
404
405[[br]]
406 
407 ||'''Timer List:''' ||Show a list of the timer Recordings.||
408 ||'''Timer Archive:''' ||Show a list of all the completed timer recordings.||
409 ||'''Add Timer:''' ||Add a timer recording.||
410
411[[br]]
412----
413'''4.3.5 System''' [=#point4.3.5] ([#point4 top of the page])
414----
415
416[[br]]
417 
418 ||'''Extensions:''' ||Show a list of alailable extensions and plugins to install.||
419 ||'''System update:''' ||Update the system  software.||
420 ||'''System Backup:''' ||backup the system to an image file.||
421 ||'''Settings Backup/ restore:''' ||Take/ restore a backup of the current settings and config.||
422
423[[br]]
424----
425'''4.3.6 Settings''' [=#point4.3.6] ([#point4 top of the page])
426----
427
428[[br]]
429
430 ||'''system settings:''' ||This brings up a list of the items in the adjust menu of the receiver See [wiki:Adjust#point3.6.6 Adjust] for more information on the items in this menu.||
431 ||'''Oscam web interface:''' ||Shows config http information for the oscam plugin (if installed).||
432 ||'''Xupnpd:''' ||Shows information on the Xupnpd media streaming plugin.||
433
434[[br]]
435----
436'''4.3.7 Information''' [=#point4.3.7] ([#point4 top of the page])
437----
438[[br]]
439
440This section contains detailed config and system info about your reciever and TitanNit.
441Please see the below links for more information on the items contained with in this menu.
442
443 * ([wiki:Service#point3.7.1 Service])
444 * ([wiki:News-letter#point3.7.2 News letter])
445 * ([wiki:About#point3.7.3 About])
446 * ([wiki:Streaming#point3.7.4 Streaming])
447 * ([wiki:Atemio-Hotline#point3.7.5 Atemio (Hotline)])
448 * ([wiki:Titan-Changelog#point3.7.6 Titan Changelog])
449 * ([wiki:Git-Changelog#point3.7.7 Git Changelog])
450 * ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8 System Info])
451 * ([wiki:Log#point3.7.9 Log])
452
453[[br]]
454----
455'''4.3.8 Help''' [=#point4.3.8] ([#point4 top of the page])
456----
457
458[[br]]
459 
460 ||'''Offline help:''' ||Currently this has no function and is for future use.||
461 ||'''Online help:''' ||Shows this wiki from the web interface for help and support.||
462
463
464[[br]]
465----
466'''4.3.9 Web Controls''' [=#point4.3.9] ([#point4 top of the page])
467----
468
469[[br]]
470
471'''Filelist Display Web Buttons'''
472
473This section explains the functions and discriptions of the icons displayed on the web page along side the file list display.
474
475 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Webstream.png)]] ||This button plays the selected program (web Stream) ||
476 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Stream.png)]] ||This button plays the selected program (Stream) ||
477 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Delete.png)]] ||This button deletes the selected program ||
478 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Edit.png)]] ||This button downloads the selected program ||
479 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Singleepg.png)]] ||This button displays the (EPG) ||
480 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/web_radio.png)]] ||This button shows the selected channel is audio only (radio)||
481 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/web_tv.png)]] ||This button shows the selected channel is audio and video (TV)||
482 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Cross.png)]] ||This button shows the selected channel is not available ||
483 
484
485'''Other Web Buttons'''
486
487This section explains the functions and discriptions icons displayed on the web page title area.
488
489 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Rcopen.png)]] ||This button shows or hides the onscreen remote control ||
490 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Poweroff.png)]] ||This button turns off the Receiver ||
491 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Restart.png)]] ||This button restarts the Receiver ||
492 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Guirestart.png)]] ||This button restarts the GUI ||
493 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Standby.png)]] ||This button puts the receiver into standby ||
494 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Speak_On.png)]] ||This button mute's the sound ||
495 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/web_led_on.png)]] ||These buttons select the volume 10 to 100% (left to right) ||
496 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Record.png)]] ||This button starts a Recording ||
497 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Signal.png)]] ||This button shows the signal info's ||
498 ||EPG Search ||This box enables you to search the EPG type your test into the box and press enter. ||
499
500[[br]]
501----
502
503To open the web interface, use an Internet browser and enter the ip address of your decoder in the adress bar as follows: you may find your ip adress from the system information/network display.
504
505http:// IP.of.receiver
506
507[[br]]
508
509
510----
511'''4.4 Telnet Control''' [=#point4.4] ([#point4 top of the page])
512----
513
514
515[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Telnet_Control.jpg)]][[br]]
516
517The section contains information on the operation of your Receiver over a telnet session.
518
519'''Telnet Setup'''
520
521 * Eithernet Interface Telnet Setup
522
523  1 A Network connection must be active
524
525  2 Install the client found here: ([http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html Putty]).
526
527  3 Find the IP address from the system info ([wiki:Network#point3.7.8.5 Network]) section
528
529  4 Insert the IP address info into the telnet client
530
531  5 Click connect.
532
533[[br]]
534 
535 * Serial Interface Telnet Setup
536
537  1 Connect a null modem cable between the Receiver and PC
538
539  2 Install the client found here: ([http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html Putty])
540
541  3 Set up the serial port connection parameters
542
543  4 Click connect.
544
545After the above steps are completed you will now be presented with a console where you can login to your Receiver with a username and password.
546
547after entering your login information there are a few receiver specific functions that may be handy if you require information on basic telnet commands i suggest you have a look on [http://www.linux.org linux.org]
548
549'''Remote RC debugging'''
550{{{
551#!python
552killall -9 evremote2
553evremote2
554}}}
555[[br]]
556
557'''Start FTDI driver'''
558{{{
559#!python
560mknod / dev.static/ttyUSB0 c 188 0"
561}}}
562[[br]]
563
564'''Test FTDI driver commands'''
565{{{
566#!python
567ls-al / dev/ttyUSB0
568}}}
569[[br]]
570
571{{{
572#!python
573cat /proc/bus/usb/devices
574}}}
575[[br]]
576
577{{{
578#!python
579lsmod | grep usbserial
580}}}
581[[br]]
582
583'''Take a screen shot'''
584{{{
585#!python
586/sbin/grab -j 100 -r 960 /tmp/000.jpg
587}}}
588
589----
590'''4.5 Rgui''' [=#point4.5] ([#point4 top of the page])
591----
592[[br]]
593
594[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Mainmenu.jpg)]][[br]]
595
596
597RGui is a TitanNit plugin which allows you to operate your Receiver from a different Receiver. Only the Gui is completely transmitted.
598
599Thus one can operate the receiver remotely, but not stream the TV signal.
600
601[[br]]
602
603
604
605 
606
607----
608'''4.6 Bootloader''' [=#point4.6] ([#point4 top of the page])
609----
610[[br]]
611
612[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/On_Device_Control.jpg)]][[br]]
613
614
615== Iboot is a boot loader. ==
616
617"written by Solala based on based on the project uboot by wolfgang denk [http://www.denx.de]"  (Iboot is included in versions of TitanNit from 1.32 for the atemio and atevio receivers) [[br]]
618Please note that there is differences between the Iboot menu structure on the different models of decoders.
619
620''' Functions of the boot loader:'''
621
622* Identification of the Hardware
623* Starting the Image
624
625
626''' Iboot early startup menu '''
627
628To enter the Iboot startup menu shutdown the receiver and power up pressing the __"Menu"__ button on the remote control.
629Iboot will then startup showing __"Flash Menu"__ on the VFDisplay from here you may scroll through the list of available menu items using the D-pad -OK- and -Exit- buttons on the RC Remote.
630
631
632----
633''' Expert Mode ''' (not present in av700/7000)
634----
635
636[[br]]
637
638Expert mode is a setting allowing you to enable the advanced menu in Iboot that are hidden by default as these extra setting's enable such features as overclocking that could void your warranty.
639
640To switch Iboot into __"Expert Mode"__ Shutdown the receiver and power up pressing the __"Menu"__ button on the remote control .
641Iboot will then startup showing __"Flash Menu"__ on the VFDisplay
642
643now using D-pad left / right select __"SETTINGS"__  and with up / down button select __"set OSD color"__ and click __"OK"__
644now using the left and right D-pad buttons  left / right to change the colors
645with up / down set the colors individually to
646
647for the '''AM 510/AM520 ''' the code is
648
649 * Red = 11
650
651 * Green = 47
652
653 * Blue = 11
654
655for the '''AM 7500/7600 ''' the code is
656 
657 * Red = 7
658
659 * Green = 10
660
661 * Blue = 5
662
663
664Then press the __"Exit"__ button twice to return to the menu __"Flash"__ the display on the TV screen should now show:
665
666''' ! YOU ACTIVATED EXPERT MODE ! ''' - expert mode enabled
667
668''' ! NO WARRANTY ----- USE AT YOUR OWN RISK ! ''' No warranty - use at your own risk
669
670if you dont agree : execute ''' " Clean Environment Sector" ''' in the FLASH MENU
671
672if you do not want to lose the warranty, you must run ''' " Clean Environment Sector" ''' in the FLASH MENU
673
674[[br]]
675
676----
677'''4.6.1 Main categories''''  [=#point4.6.1] [#point4.6 (back)]   
678----
679Please select an item below to see more information.
680
681[#point4.6.2 (Menu Flash)]
682
683[#point4.6.3 (Settings)]
684
685[#point4.6.4 (Menu Misc)]
686
687[#point4.6.5 (Menu Net)] (not present in av700/7000)
688
689
690== Subcategories ==
691
692----
693'''4.6.2 Menu Flash ''' [=#point4.6.2] [#point4.6 (back)]
694
695 ||'''USB IRDupdt Image''' ||flash (depending on SETTINGS > Select USB / SATA dev 1-4) via USB stick or USB HDD from sda1 (standard).||
696 ||'''USBirds list''' ||If several ird Image's are on the USB stick, you can display them, select and then flash the desired one. ||
697 ||'''Clean environment Sector''' ||Resets the bootargs and resets Iboot to the default settings this disables __"Expert Mode"__. ||
698 ||'''Clean flash ! Include swap''' ||Deletes the entire image, including the swap area, so all settings, plugins, backups, etc.... are removed. ||
699 ||'''SATA IRDupdt''' ||look for an ird image on the internal or an external SATA hdd / flash stick (not present in av700/7000). ||
700 ||'''list SATAirds''' ||When multiple ird Images are stored on the internal or external SATA hdd / flash stick, you can display them select and then flash the desired one (not present in av700/7000). ||
701 ||'''7 . Allow Iboot Update''' ||This is a developer option included in development bootloaders so you just can flash the ird image ignoring the included boot loader if you wish this setting is not present in av700/7000). ||
702
703[[br]]
704
705----
706'''4.6.3 Menu Settings ''' [=#point4.6.3] [#point4.6 (back)]
707
708 ||'''Turbosw'''||Select overclocking speeds available settings are (0)265, (1)265, (2)297, (3)297, (4)333, (5)333, (6)364, (7)364. ||
709 ||'''Timeout'''||Delay befor selecting the default boot option. ||
710 ||'''USB Sleep'''||???. ||
711 ||'''Scroll Speed'''||How fast the VFDisplay module moves. ||
712
713[[br]]
714
715----
716'''4.6.4 Menu Misc''' [=#point4.6.4] [#point4.6 (back)]
717
718 ||'''Disclaimer''' ||Shows the info on the bootloader. ||
719 ||'''Serial Console''' ||Enables Bootloader serial debugging. ||
720 ||'''Reset Board'''||Resets the Receiver and restarts boot process. ||
721
722
723
724
725
726[[br]]
727
728----
729''' Menu Net ''' [=#point4.6.5] [#point4.6 (back)]
730
731Please note menu item has been superceded and now has no function and it can be ignored. [[br]]
732Due to image updates the network setting does not need to be passed on by the bootloader.
733
734[[br]]
735
736
737----
738'''4.7 TitanNit Web-IF (Htmlapi)''' [=#point4.7] ([#point4 top of the page])
739----
740
741[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Control.jpg)]][[br]]
742
743The section contains information on the operation and control of your decoder from the Htmlapi.
744
745[[br]]
746
747TitanNit provides its own Htmlapi that is freely distributed so that other developers may interface with a receiver running titan.
748
749
750The Htmlapi is very simple to implement an example message structure is as follows:
751
752 * query?param&param&... for html output
753
754 * queryraw?param&param&... for raw-struct output
755
756
757For example if you would wish to send a RC remote keypress of the "Mute" key the message format would be as follows:
758
759 * __query?sendrc&rcmute__
760
761
762if you would like to retrieve a list of all the current satelites the format would be as follows:
763
764 * __queryraw?getsat__
765
766
767the output message back from the Receiver would be as follows:
768
769 * __satname#orbitalpos__
770and an example raw output would be:
771
772> {{{Optus_d2#160}}}[[br]]
773> {{{Optus_d1#166}}}[[br]]
774> {{{Intelsat_IS19#156}}}[[br]]
775
776''more information on the protocol and the query strings can be found here [http://sbnc.dyndns.tv/trac/browser/titan/doc/htmlapi.txt htmlapi.txt]''
777
778[[br]]
779
780----
781'''4.8 FTP (File Transfer Protocol)''' [=#point4.8] ([#point4 top of the page])
782----
783
784[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Filezilla.jpg)]][[br]]
785
786The section contains information on how to setup a FTP connection to your TitanNit Receiver.
787
788[[br]]
789
790Titan Has an inbuilt FTP Server that is able to be used to transfer files to and from your Receiver.
791
792To connect to your receiver you can connect via your browser in windows or use a dedicated FTP program as with many linux programs the default password and user name is "root" and port 21 is the default FTP interface port.
793
794You connect to your receiver via internet explorer on your pc to do this you need to find the IP address fo the decoder from the system information menu [wiki:System-info-Network#point3.7.8.4 Network Information] of your receiver and type it into the address bas as follows:
795
796{{{ftp://Username:Password@Ip_Address:Port_Number}}}
797
798{{{ftp://root:root@192.168.0.1:21}}}
799
800if you Wish to use a dedicated FTP program please read the documentation supplied with your program for information on setup of the FTP connection, Below is a screen shot of Filezilla a popular Free FTP client Program with a sample loggin details of my Receiver.
801
802[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/FileZilla-Setup.jpg)]][[br]]
803
804----
805 '''4.9 autostart scripting (usercmd)''' [=#point4.9] ([#point4 top of the page])
806----
807
808If you wish to run a script on startup of the Receiver you can install commands in the usercmd.sh to be proformed at the startup of the receiver.
809
810a sample of the usercmd.sh is below:
811
812{{{
813#!python
814#! / bin / sh
815 # Start the user commands here
816echo " [ usercmd.sh ] start"
817 # insert code here
818 exit
819}}}
820
821the {{{__"# insert code here"__}}} section must be replaced by your commands.
822
823If you place the following code in to the usercmd.sh it will delete every time shift file on the internal hdd on startup of the receiver:
824
825{{{
826#!python
827rm -f /media/hdd/movie/timeshift*.ts
828}}}
829
830If you place the following code in to the usergmd.sh it will autostart the FTDI driver.
831{{{
832#!python
833mknod / dev.static/ttyUSB0 c 188 0"
834}}}
835[[br]]
836
837
838the full path to the file is:
839__"/mnt/config/usercmd.sh"__
840
841
842
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844
845
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