Changeset 37380


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Timestamp:
Mar 17, 2016, 11:04:29 AM (4 years ago)
Author:
aafsvn
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[titan] autoupdate wiki files

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  • wiki/pages/fr/Adaptor-Settings

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    22>'''3.5.4.1 Adaptor Settings''' [=#point3.5.4.1] ([#point3.5.1 network (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
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    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Adaptor-Settings.jpg)]]br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can check and adjust the settings for your Eithernet Interface.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Adjust

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    4747 ||'''Playback Buffer Size:''' ||set the size of the read ahead buffer during playback of media files for smooth playback. ||
    4848 ||'''Time to Wait After Seek to Fill Buffer:''' ||Pausetime after seek to enable buffer to fill during playback to ensure smooth playback. ||
    49  ||'''Community User:''' ||Set the default username for username propmts. ||
    50  ||'''Community Pass:''' ||Set the default Password for password propmts. ||
    51 
     49 
    5250 To __"Store"__ the settings Exit from the EPG Settings Menu by pressing __"OK"__ or press __"Exit"__ to cancel changes.
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  • wiki/pages/fr/Architecture-Programming

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    1 [[TranslatedPages]]
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    31----
    42'''5 Architecture - programming contents''' [=#point5] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     
    1210Please select an item below for more information.
    1311
    14 {{{#!div style="width: 1100px; margin: auto"
    15  {{{#!table style="border: none"
    16   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    17   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    18 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Architecture-Programming/Architectures.png,align=left,link=[#point5.1])]]
    19   }}}
    20   '''([#point5.1 Architectures])'''[[br]]
    21   {{{#!div style="float: left
    22 Information on the various supported archetures supported by TitanNit
    23   }}}
    24   }}}
    25   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    26   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    27 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Architecture-Programming/Programming_Language.png,align=left,link=[#point5.2])]]
    28   }}}
    29   '''([#point5.2 Programming language])'''[[br]]
    30   {{{#!div style="float: left
    31 Information on the underlying programming of TitanNit.
    32   }}}
    33   }}}
    34   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    35   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    36 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Architecture-Programming/Source_Control.png,align=left,link=[#point5.3])]]
    37   }}}
    38   '''([#point5.3 Source control])'''[[br]]
    39   {{{#!div style="float: left
    40 Information on the source code and policies Of TitanNit.
    41   }}}
    42   }}}
    43   |----
    44   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    45   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    46 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Architecture-Programming/The_Dev_Team.png,align=left,link=[#point5.4])]]
    47   }}}
    48   '''([#point5.4 The Dev Team])'''[[br]]
    49   {{{#!div style="float: left
    50 Here you will find the[[BR]] members of the dev team.
    51   }}}
    52   }}}
    53 }}}
    54 }}}
     12 * ([#point5.1 architecture])
     13 * ([#point5.2 Programming language])
     14 * ([#point5.3 Source control])
     15 * ([#point5.4 The Dev Team])
    5516
    5617----
    5718'''5.1 Architecture''' [=#point5.1] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    5819----
    59 '''SH4'''
     20[[br]]
    6021
    61 TitanNit was first established on the SH4 (Super-H) chipset for the atemio and kathrin receivers.
    6222
    63 The Super-H (SH4) chipset is a biendian 32bit RISC Superscaler chipset, this chipset is aimed at increacing throughput by using called instruction-level parallelism within a single core.
     23Currently the only supported architecture is the Super-H (sh4), the chipset is a biendian 32bit RISC chipset originally developed for multimedia devices, gaming consoles and set top boxes and was used in the Sega's Dreamcast.
     24it has prooved popular because of its low cost and high proformance and has found use in many low power embedded devices because of it low power consumption.
    6425
    65 Originally developed for multimedia devices, gaming consoles and set top boxes and was used in the Sega's Dreamcast.
    66 it has prooved popular because of its low cost and high proformance, it has found use in many low power embedded devices.
     26Titannit is linux based and is based on ST micro electronics opensource linux project made for the Super-H chipset called ([http://stlinux.com/ STLinux]).
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    68 Titannit SH4 is a linux based and is based on ST micro electronics opensource linux project made for the Super-H chipset called ([http://stlinux.com/ STLinux]).
    69 
    70 The SH4 chipset has been popular with the satellite community because of the quality of the display output due to inclusion of a high class floating point math unit and high speed bus which is the key components used for drawing graphics, the open source nature of the linux system that runs on it, since its introduction it has had many third party firmwares developed for it from different development teams.
     28The sh4 chipset has been popular with the satellite community because of the quality of the display output and the open source nature of the linux system that runs on it, since its introduction has had many third party firmwares developed for it from different development teams.
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    7230TitanNit is Team AAF's sucessor to the AAF enigma 2 based firmware, aaf enigma is not currently developed and support has ended to futher develop TitanNit we reccomend that if current AAF Enigma users update to TitanNit for future support.
    7331
    74 
    75 
    76 '''Mips'''
    77 
    78 After the sucess with TitanNit on the SH4 chipset the developers then started development on the Mips chipset for use with the newly introduced Atemio 5000 series receivers.
    79 
    80 The Mips chipset (Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages) is a biendian 32bit RISC chipset, this chipset is aimed at increacing throughput by using deep instruction piplines combined with single cycle instruction processing.
    81 
    82 Originally developed for the embedded market it has found use in consumer products gaming consoles and set top boxes and was used in the Nintendo 64 and three Sony Playstation products.
    83 
    84 The chipset has prooved popular in the STB market because of the inclusion in the Dreambox Recievers that has spawned clone and copy cat receivers, but it has a draw back that it lacks finness in the picture quality department over the SH4 based receivers as explained above, it has the advantage that it has a larger user base and therfore more plugins are available currently than the sh4 chipset based recievers.
    85 
    86 Titannit Mips is a linux based and is based on the open source project [https://github.com/oe-alliance oe-alliance].
    87 
    88 The Mips chipset has been popular with the satellite community because of open source nature of the dbox based firmwares since its introduction has had many third party firmwares developed for it from different development teams.
    89 
    90 
    91 
    92 '''Future Architectures'''
    93 
    94 There is a possibility that development may spread to other Receiver models and other architectures in the future such as the ARM architecture or PPC.
    95 Future development to support more Receivers is at the mercy of the developers and also the Hardware manufacturers who support the TitanNit project.
     32Note: There is a possibility that development may spread to other Receiver models and other architectures such as the Proadcom MIPS architecture.  Future development to support more Receivers is at the mercy of the developers and also the Hardware manufacturers.
    9633
    9734[[br]]
     
    10037'''5.2 Programming Language''' [=#point5.2] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    10138----
     39[[br]]
     40
    10241
    10342For performance reasons we have opted to use C programming language [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_(programming_language) wiki]
     
    10645Python is a higher level scripting language used to define and setup elements in the gui and for an intrim language between the OS that is easily programmable.
    10746This was done so that users can easily develop and manipulate the system and integrate plugins skins etc... into the system but this has a performance hit on these system and can cause them to become slow and laggy and bloated but has the benifit of being easy for the community to develop for with out knowing much about the underlying system.
    108 
    109 The problem with this system has been that python has become so ingrained into the system and gui and often is now beyond the capibilities for the average user it was intended to used by not to mention it is a semi complicated language to learn to start with.
    11047
    11148TitanNit adresses these key conserns and has developed as much as possible br programming in C to increase the performance of the system but still alowing ease of intergration of plugins and skins using basic scripts.
     
    11653'''5.3 Source Control''' [=#point5.3] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    11754----
    118 TitanNit is a semi closed source project and contains open source elements released as required by the licences of those projects.
     55[[br]]
    11956
    120  * The basic Linux Image used in the SH4 project is the open source Project [https://gitorious.org/open-duckbox-project-sh4 open-duckbox-project-sh4]
    121  * The basic Linux Image used in the Mips project is the open source Project [https://github.com/oe-alliance oe-alliance]
     57TitanNit is a semi closed source project based on the SH4 open duckbox project and contains open source elements released as required by the licences of those projects.
     58
     59 * The basic Linux Image used in the project is the open source Project [https://gitorious.org/open-duckbox-project-sh4 open-duckbox-project-sh4]
    12260 * TitanNit Source is nonpublic and is only partially freed[source:/titan TitanNit Public Source]
    12361 * The MediaCenter is from [http://ffmpeg.org ffmpeg] and the libeplayer3 is from [https://gitorious.org/open-duckbox-project sh4/tdt/source/tdt/cvs/apps/misc/tools/libeplayer3 libeplayer3]
    12462 * Busybox is a set of unix style tools combined into a single executable [http://www.busybox.net/]
    125  
     63 *
    12664
    12765[[br]]
     
    13068'''5.4 The Dev team''' [=#point5.4] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    13169----
     70[[br]]
     71
    13272The TitanNit project is proudly produced by the AAF Dev team and other loyal members and helpers.
    13373development is important aswell as the work they do to help out with such things as skin's, channel logo's and setups, translations, supplemental programs and tools, and plugins and this is a place for them to be recognized.
    13474
    135 ''Note: currently this section is blank as I will leave it up to the developers and other loyal team members to place their mark''
     75''Note: currently this section is blank as i will leave it up to the developers and other loyal team members to place their mark''
    13676
    13777
    13878'''Founding DEV Team Members'''
    13979
    140  
     80 *
     81
     82 *
     83
     84 *
     85
     86 *
     87
     88
    14189'''Dev Team Members'''
    14290
     91 *
     92
     93 *
     94
     95 *
    14396
    14497'''Loyal Helpers'''
    14598
     99 *
     100
     101 *
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     103 *
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     105 *
    146106
    147107'''Team Thanks'''
    148108
    149109 We would like to thank Atemio / Atevio who helped to fund the TitanNit project and has showed interst in this project from its beginnings until now.
     110
     111 *
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     113 *
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     115 *
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     117
    150118[[br]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/Audio-Video-Sat

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    44>Menu Picture place holder:
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    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Autostart_Settings-Audio-Video-Sat.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    77>
    8 Here you can check and adjust the video audio and satellite autostart settings.
     8Here you can check snd adjust the video audio and satellite autostart settings.
    99
    1010[[br]]
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     12 ||'''No Audio Sync:''' ||Don't wait for the audio buffer to fill before starting the audio stream.||
     13 ||'''Boot Resolution:''' ||set the default startup resolution.||
    1214 ||'''Bootlogo:''' ||show the boot logo on startup.||
     15 ||'''Poweroff:''' ||???.||
     16 ||'''Scart on Standby:''' ||output TV Signal to scart when in standby.||
    1317 ||'''Boot RGB Fix:''' ||apply the startup rgb display output mode.||
    14  ||'''No Audio Sync:''' ||Don't wait for the audio buffer to fill before starting the audio stream.||
    15  ||'''HighSR:''' ||??.||
    16  ||'''Load stmdvb.ko with swts option''' ||???.||
    17  ||'''Load stmdvb.ko with Camrouting option''' ||???.||
     18 ||'''Cam Routing:''' ||???.||
    1819 
    1920 To __"Store"__ the settings Exit from the EPG Settings Menu by pressing __"OK"__ or press __"Exit"__ to cancel changes.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Automatic-Search

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    22>'''3.5.2.1 Automatic Search''' [=#point3.5.2.1] ([wiki:Channel-Service#point3.5.1 Channel-Service (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
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     4>Menu Picture place holder:
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    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Automatic-Search.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can proform an automatic channel scan.
     
    1617 ||'''Only Free to Air Services:''' ||During scan ignore pay tv services.||
    1718 ||'''Blindscan:''' ||Scan for unknown satellite transponders.||
    18  ||'''Update channel Name''' ||If upon a rescan the channel name changes update the channel name in TitanNit.||
     19 ||'''Update channel Name''' ||???.||
    1920 ||'''Entrys in Favourites'''  ||if scaned channels are found in current favourites list what should be done.||
    2021 ||'''Remove Empty Favourites''' ||Remove favourites list if they have no channels in them.||
  • wiki/pages/fr/Autostart-Network

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    33'''3.6.18.4 Network''' [=#point3.6.18.4] ([wiki:Auto-Start-Settings#point3.6.18 Autostart Settings (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0.2 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    44----
    5 
    6 
    7 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Autostart_Settings-network.jpg)]][[br]]
    8 
     5>Menu Picture place holder:
     6>
     7>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
     8>
    99Here you can check and adjust autostart network settings.
    1010
     
    1414 ||'''Samba Server:''' ||Enable the Samba server on startup. ||
    1515 ||'''Scan WLAN:''' ||scan for Wireless lan connections on startup. ||
    16  ||'''ntpdate:''' ||Alow update of the date server . ||
    1716 
    1817 To __"Store"__ the settings Exit from the EPG Settings Menu by pressing __"OK"__ or press __"Exit"__ to cancel changes.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Backup

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    11>----
    2 >'''3.5.8 Backup''' [=#point3.5.8] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.5 System (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     2>'''3.5.8 Hard Disk''' [=#point3.5.8] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.5 System (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/system_backup.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    77>
    88Here you can run a manual backup to /tmp or /var/backup if there is insufficent free space you can use a usb device.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Blind-Scan-Settings

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    22>'''3.5.1.6 Blind Scan Settings''' [=#point3.5.1.6] ([wiki:Channel-Service#point3.5.1 Channel-Service (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
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     4>Menu Picture place holder:
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    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Blind-Scan-Settings.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can proform a blind scan.
  • wiki/pages/fr/CPU

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    22>'''3.7.8.6.1 CPU''' [=#point3.7.8.6.1] ([wiki:System-Infos#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
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    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/CPU.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can view the detailed cpu info.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Channel-Service

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    44>Menu Picture place holder:
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    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/system-Channel_Service.jpg)]][[BR]]
     6>[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Channel_Service.jpg)]][[BR]]
    77>
    88Here you can setup your tuner and proform a channel scan.
     
    1616 * ([wiki:Sat-Finder#point3.5.1.5 Sat Finder])
    1717 * ([wiki:Blind-Scan-Settings#point3.5.1.6 Blind Scan Settings])
    18  * ([wiki:Create-Transponder-List#point3.5.1.7 Create Transponder List])
    19  * ([wiki:Create-Default-Favorites#point3.5.1.8 Create Default Favorites])
    20 
    2118
    2219[[br]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/Child-Safety

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    22>'''3.5.18.5 Child Safety''' [=#point3.5.18.5] ([wiki:Auto-Start-Settings#point3.5.18 Autostart Settings (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
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    5 >
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Autostart_Settings-child_safety.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    77>
    88Here you can adjust the lock settings on startup.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Common-Interface

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    22>'''3.5.2 Common Interface''' [=#point3.5.2] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.5 System (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
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    5 >
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/system-Common_Interface.jpg)]][[BR]]
     6>[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Common_Interface.jpg)]][[BR]]
    77>
    88>here you can set up your installed cam devices.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Configure

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    11>----
    2 >'''3.5.5.3 Hard Disk Configure''' [=#point3.5.5.3]  ([wiki:Hard-Disk#point3.5.5 hard disk (Back)])
     2>'''3.5.5.3 File system Check''' [=#point3.5.5.3]  ([wiki:Hard-Disk#point3.5.5 hard disk (Back)])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
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    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Configure.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    7 Here you can configure your harddisk see below for more information.
    8 Note that you must enable ([wiki:Adjust#point3.6.7 Expertmode]) to show all available configure options in this display.
     8Here you can configure your harddisk select an item and follow tht onscreen prompts.
    99[[br]]
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    11 [[br]]
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    13  ||'''Use as recordings-device''' ||Prepair the storage device for use as a recording medium.||
    14  ||'''Remove recordings-device''' ||disable the use of the storage device as a recording medium.||
    15  ||'''Use as plugins-device''' ||Prepair the storage device for use as a plugins medium.||
    16  ||'''Remove extentions-device''' ||disable the use of the storage device as a extentions medium.||
    17  ||'''Use as swap-device''' ||Prepair the storage device for use as a swap medium.||
    18  ||'''Remove swap-device''' ||disable the use of the storage device as a swap medium.||
    19  ||'''Use as backup-device''' ||Prepair the storage device for use as a backup medium.||
    20  ||'''Remove backup-device''' ||disable the use of the storage device as a backup medium.||
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    2412 
    25  To __"Store"__ the settings Exit from the EPG Settings Menu by pressing __"OK"__ or press __"Exit"__ to cancel changes.
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    28 
    29 [[br]]
     14[[BR]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/DYNDNS-Settings

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    22>'''3.5.4.7 DYNDNS Settings''' [=#point3.5.4.7] ([wiki:Network#point3.5.4 network (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
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    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/DYNDNS-Settings.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can setup your DYNDNS interface.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Default-Autostart

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    22>'''3.5.18.1 Default Autostart''' [=#point3.5.18.1] ([wiki:Auto-Start-Settings#point3.5.18 Autostart Settings (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
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    5 >
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Autostart_Settings-default_Autostart.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    77>
    8 Here you can check and adjust the startup settings.
     8Here you can check snd adjust the startup settings.
    99
    1010[[br]]
     
    1515 ||'''Updatelist:''' ||??.||
    1616 
    17  To __"Store"__ the settings Exit from this Menu by pressing __"OK"__ or press __"Exit"__ to cancel changes.
     17 To __"Store"__ the settings Exit from the EPG Settings Menu by pressing __"OK"__ or press __"Exit"__ to cancel changes.
    1818 
  • wiki/pages/fr/Devices

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    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Devices.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    77>
    88Here you can view the detailed loaded devices info.
  • wiki/pages/fr/External-Software

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    99Below is a list of external applications please select a link below for more information.
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    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/External-Software/TiMote.png,align=left,link=[wiki:External-Software-TiMote#point9.1 9.1 TiMote (Android)])]]
    18   }}}
    19   '''[wiki:External-Software-TiMote#point9.1 9.1 TiMote (Android)]'''[[br]]
    20   {{{#!div style="float: left
    21 Timote is an andriod application for streaming and control of TitanNit
    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/External-Software/TiView.png,align=left,link=[wiki:External-Software-TiView#point9.2 9.2 TiView (PC)])]]
    27   }}}
    28   '''[wiki:External-Software-TiView#point9.2 9.2 TiView (PC)]'''[[br]]
    29   {{{#!div style="float: left
    30 TiView is an PC application for streaming and control of TitanNit
    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/External-Software/SatChannelListEditor.png,align=left,link=[wiki:External-Software-SatChannelListEditor#point9.3 9.3 SatChannelListEditor])]]
    36   }}}
    37   '''[wiki:External-Software-SatChannelListEditor#point9.3 9.3 SatChannelListEditor]'''[[br]]
    38   {{{#!div style="float: left
    39 SatChannelListEditor is an PC application for manipulation of your TitanNit channel data.
    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/External-Software/E2WebIFAPI.png,align=left,link=[wiki:External-Software-E2WebIfAPI#point9.4 9.4 E2WebIfAPI])]]
    46   }}}
    47   '''[wiki:External-Software-E2WebIfAPI#point9.4 9.4 E2WebIfAPI]'''[[br]]
    48   {{{#!div style="float: left
    49 E2WebIfAPI is an console application to support the dreambox xml web interface commands.
    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/External-Software/TitanEditor.png,align=left,link=[wiki:External-Software-TitanEditor#point9.5 9.5 TitanEditor])]]
    55   }}}
    56   '''[wiki:External-Software-TitanEditor#point9.5 9.5 TitanEditor]'''[[br]]
    57   {{{#!div style="float: left
    58 TitanEditor is an PC application for manipulation of dreambox channel data to work on of your TitanNit Receiver.
    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/External-Software/TitanNitLanguageEditor.png,align=left,link=[wiki:External-Software-TitanNitLanguageEditor#point9.6 9.6 TitanNitLanguageEditor])]]
    64   }}}
    65   '''[wiki:External-Software-TitanNitLanguageEditor#point9.6 9.6 TitanNitLanguageEditor]'''[[br]]
    66   {{{#!div style="float: left
    67 TitanLanguageEditor is an PC application for editing GUI language translations.
    68   }}}
    69   }}}
    70 }}}
    71 }}}
     11[[br]]
     12'''9.1 [wiki:External-Software-TiMote#point9.1 9.1 TiMote (Android)]'''
     13''Timote is an andriod application for streaming and control of TitanNit''
     14[[br]]
     15'''9.2 [wiki:External-Software-TiView#point9.2 9.2 TiView (PC)]'''
     16''TiView is an PC application for streaming and control of TitanNit''
     17[[br]]
     18'''9.3 [wiki:External-Software-SatChannelListEditor#point9.3 9.3 SatChannelListEditor]'''
     19''SatChannelListEditor is an PC application for manipulation of your TitanNit channel data.''
     20[[br]]
     21'''9.4 [wiki:External-Software-E2WebIfAPI#point9.4 9.4 E2WebIfAPI]'''
     22''E2WebIfAPI is an console application to support the dreambox xml web interface commands.''
     23[[br]]
     24'''9.5 [wiki:External-Software-TitanEditor#point9.5 9.5 TitanEditor]'''
     25''TitanEditor is an PC application for manipulation dreambox channel data to work on of your TitanNit Receiver.''
     26[[br]]
     27'''9.6 [wiki:External-Software-TitanNitLanguageEditor#point9.6 9.6 TitanNitLanguageEditor]'''
     28''TitanLanguageEditor is an PC application for editing GUI language translations.''
  • wiki/pages/fr/External-Software-SatChannelListEditor

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    120120
     121[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/SCLE/en/17.png)]]
    121122
    122123=== Creating and Editing Channels ===
  • wiki/pages/fr/External-Software-TiMote

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    1 ----
     1
    22'''9.1 TiMote''' [=#point9.1] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    3 ----
    4 
    5 [[br]]
    63
    74Timote is a universal remote control for Linux-based receivers.
    8 Currently (Atemio) TitanNit, Enigma2 and Neutrino are supported.
    9 please note that screen shots were taken from TiMote version xxx future versions of TiMote could make these screenshots invalid.
     5Currently (Atemio) TitanNit, Enigma2 and Neutrino are supported.
    106
    11 Features:
     7features:
    128- Bouquets / Favorites
    139- Show EPG
     
    3329[[br]]
    3430[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=eu.azato.timote PlayStore]
    35 
    36 [[br]]
    37 When you open up Timote You are presented with the main interface along the top of the display the radio buttons are used as the menu of Timote [[br]]
    38 See below for more information.
    39 
    40 '''Main''' [[br]]
    41 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/TiMote/Main.png)]]
    42 
    43 Main contains a list of the main functions of timote:
    44 
    45 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-TV#point0 TV]) ''' ||This will bring up a list of Boquets on the reciever).||
    46 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-On-air#point0 On-air]) ''' ||This will Bring up the information of the TV channel currently displaying on the Reciever||
    47 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-Movies#point0 Movies]) ''' ||This will bring up the Movielist's stored on the reciever).||
    48 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-Timer#point0 Timer]) ''' ||This will bring up a list of the current timer recordings on the reciever).||
    49 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-EPG-Search#point0 EPG-Search]) ''' ||This will bring up a a search page to search the EPG for a specific keyword).||
    50 
    51 [[br]]
    52 
    53 '''Misc''' [[br]]
    54 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/TiMote/Misc.png)]]
    55 
    56 Misc contains a list of other functions of TiMote:
    57 
    58 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-Signal-Finder#point0 Signal-Finder]) ''' ||This will bring up the signal info's of the current displayed channel.||
    59 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-Screenshot#point9.1.1 Screenshot]) ''' ||This will take a screen shot of the TV Display||
    60 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-Remote#point9.1.2 Remote]) ''' ||This will bring up the on screen remote).||
    61 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-Message#point9.1.3 Message]) ''' ||This can be used to send messages to the TV display).||
    62 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-Power-Menu#point9.1.4 Power Menu]) ''' ||This will bring up the power control menu
    63 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-RGui#point9.1.5 RGui]) ''' ||This will start the RGui engine||
    64 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-LCD-Mode#point9.1.6 LCD Mode]) ''' ||???||
    65 ||'''([wiki:External-Software-TiMote-Power-About#point09.1.7 Power About]) ''' ||This will bring up information on the developers of TiMote).||
    66 
    67 '''Profiles''' [[br]]
    68 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/TiMote/Profile.png)]]
    69 
    70 Profiles is a list of receiver profiles with the ability to select and control multiple receivers.
    71 you may create a new profile using the add button at the top of the display.
    72 
    73 
    74 ----
    75 Temp data to move to Individual pages
    76 
    77 
    78 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/TiMote/Stream.png)]]
    79 
    80 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/TiMote/Boquet.png)]]
    81 
    82 
    83 
  • wiki/pages/fr/External-Software-TitanNitLanguageEditor

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    44
    55The TitanNit Language Editor tool is used to provide translations files for devs to implement translations into the TitanNit gui.
    6 
    76=== Made by Karlo ===
    8 
    9 German and English languages have been made and have been merged into svn.
    10 To support future languages you can use this program to download  the language base files from the svn for conversion it supports UTF-8 so special
    11 chracters from various languages can be implemented.
    12 
    13 Please check the [[http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum/showthread.php?98565-TitanNitLanguageEditor forum Link | main thread]] for the latest version, or the [#point9.6.7 Changelog]:
    14 
    15 
    167
    178This program requires microsoft visual basic runtime files to operate.
    189
     10German and English languages have been made and have been merged into svn.
     11To support future languages you can use this program to download  the language base files from the svn for conversion it supports UTF-8 so special chracters from various languages can be implemented.
     12
    1913Once you have made a Translation you may upload the translation po files to the aaf forum for implementation into TitanNit.
    2014
    21 If you think you can help with a translation please do so at the end of this page there is information on ([#point9.6.5 Submission]).
     15If you think you can help with a translation please do so.
    2216
     17 
     18 * File / Open Source: load language from the server - directory structure ( from \ po \) is applied when necessary - local file is overwritten.
     19 
     20 * File / Open Target : local file store
     21 
     22 * File / Import titan.po : load local titan.po - if not available, it is retrieved from the server
     23 
     24 * File / Save target : save as titan.po_auto.po into the current program directory
     25 
     26 * File / Save titan.po : save as titan.po into the current program directory (this will save without the  msgid strings for importation into a third party translation tool
     27
     28 * Edit / titan.po - > Target : Copy Column 4 by Column 3
    2329
    2430[[br]]
    2531
    26 ----
    27 '''Features''' ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    28 ----
    29  
    30 * load po file from svn __"File/ Open Source (svn)"__
    31 * Import po file from svn or local as source __"File/ Import Titan.po"__
    32 * open local file as target__"File/ Open target (local)"__
    33 * save target file __"File/ Save Target"__
    34 * save target file as titan.po __"File/ Save titan.po"__
    35 * export msg string for external use __"File/ Export msgstr as Titan.po"__
    36 * Build reciever translation file __"File/ Build Titan.mo"__
    37 * export sourcefile to target __"Edit/ target.po -> target"__
    38 * view source target differences __"Edit/ diff target - titan.po"__
    39 
    40 [[br]]
    41 
    42 ----
    43 '''Functions'''  ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    44 ----
    45 
    46 ''Select an item to view more info:''
    47 
    48 * ([#point9.6.1 Loading a translation from svn])
    49 * ([#point9.6.2 Loading a Translation from a local directory])
    50 * ([#point9.6.3 Import Translation from svn or local (Source/ Target Mode)])
    51 * ([#point9.6.4 Edit Translation])
    52 * ([#point9.6.5 Submission])
    53 * ([#point9.6.6 Local Testing])
    54 
    55 
    56 
    57 ----
    58 '''Loading a translation from svn''' [=#point9.6.1] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    59 ----
     32'''Loading translation'''
    6033
    6134To load a translation from the server SVN repo select the translation file from the menu: [[br]]
    6235
     36[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/EN/TLE/open_server.png)]] [[br]]
    6337
    6438it will then start downloading from the internet.[[br]]
    6539
    66 
    67 [[br]]
    68 ([#point9.6 Top of Page])
    69 [[br]]
    70 
    71 ----
    72 '''Loading a Translation from a local directory''' [=#point9.6.2] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    73 ----
    74 
    75 
    76 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/TLE/open_local.jpg)]] [[br]]
    77 
    78 [[br]]
    79 ([#point9.6 Top of Page])
    80 [[br]]
    81 
    82 ----
    83 '''Import Translation from svn or local (Source/ Target Mode)'''[=#point9.6.3] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    84 ----
    85 
    86 To import a translation from svn or the local directory select the translation file from the menu: [[br]]
    87 Note: for this to work a source file must be loaded first [[br]]
    88 
    89 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/TLE/import_file.jpg)]] [[br]]
    90 
    91 [[br]]
    92 
    93 you will then be dispalyed with this view to view the two po files along side each other:
    94 
    95 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/TLE/import_list_view.jpg)]] [[br]]
    96 
    97 [[br]]
    98 
    99 you can then select __"Edit/ diff target - titan.po"__ to view the source and target differences.
    100 
    101 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/TLE/diff_target.jpg)]] [[br]]
    102 
    103 [[br]]
    104 
    105 you can also automatically merge the source files to the target file  by selecting __"Edit/ target.po -> target"__
    106 
    107 [[br]]
    108 ([#point9.6 Top of Page])
    109 [[br]]
    110 
    111 ----
    112 '''Edit Translation''' [=#point9.6.4] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    113 ----
     40[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/EN/TLE/loading_server.png)]] [[br]]
    11441
    11542
     
    11744you may use the buttons on the lower taskbar to search for strings you wish to edit.[[br]]
    11845
    119 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/TLE/edit.jpg)]]
     46[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/EN/TLE/edit.png)]]
     47
     48
     49
     50
     51
     52
     53 
     54 
    12055
    12156[[br]]
    122 ([#point9.6 Top of Page])
    123 [[br]]
    124  
    125 ----
    126 '''Submission'''[=#point9.6.5]  ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    127 ----
    128 
    129 If you could submit your completed translation file into the thread below for comitting by the devs into svn.
    13057 
    13158please note that some translations may no be able to be imported into some receivers due to memory constarints.
    13259
    133 [http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum/showthread.php?98565-TitanNitLanguageEditor forum Link]
    13460
    135 [[br]]
    136 ([#point9.6 Top of Page])
    137 [[br]]
    138 
    139 ----
    140 '''Local Testing''' [=#point9.6.6] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    141 ----
    142 
    143 If you wish to install your modified language files into your reciever for testing you can so by exporting you file an a titan.mo file you can do this by selecting __"File/ Build Titan.mo"__ for this to work you need to install some aditional components  in to the program directory.
    144 
    145 To do this create a folder in the program directory called __"gettext"__ and extract the below files into that directory:
    146 
    147 
    148 [http://ftp.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/ftp/pub/gnu/gettext/gettext-runtime-0.13.1.bin.woe32.zip gettext-runtime] [[br]]
    149 [http://ftp.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/ftp/pub/gnu/libiconv/libiconv-1.9.1.bin.woe32.zip libiconv] [[br]]
    150 [http://ftp.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/ftp/pub/gnu/gettext/gettext-tools-0.13.1.bin.woe32.zip gettext-tools] [[br]]
    151 
    152 Once you have exported your titan.mo file you may ftp or manually copy it onto your Receiver to test it.
    153 
    154 The file needs to go into the directory and a reboot neede to be proformed afterwards:  '''/var/usr/local/share/titan/po/__??__/LC_MESSAGES/titan.mo)''' where __??__ is the language file you are editing.
    155 
    156 ''Note: if you have trouble exporting the translation to a mo file place the program directory on the root of your harddisk it can some times fail if the program it too deep in the file system''
    157 
    158 [[br]]
    159 ([#point9.6 Top of Page])
    160 [[br]]
    161 
    162 ----
    163 '''Change log''' [=#point9.6.7] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    164 ----
     61[http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=51403&d=1393861208 download Version v.07]
    16562
    16663
    16764
    168 Version 0.7 :
    169  * Loading and saving is now Uniformly in UTF- 8! Now special characters can be used from other languages.
    170  
    171 Version 0.8 :
    172  
    173  * minor changes
    174  * 'Build titan.mo ' for more infomation see ([#point9.6.6 Local Testing])
    17565
    176 Version 0.8.1 :
    177  * 1 Column now displays the line number of the msgid
    178  * 'Build titan.mo ' - in case of error in a makeMo.cmd Prog -Dir is created at the (click ) is probably better to see what 's going on
    179  * 'Edit / show only diff ' - same entries appear at msgid <> titan.po from
    18066
    181 Version 0.8.2 :
    182  * Fixed tooltip error
    18367
    184 Version 0.9.0 :
    185  * Fixed Error 13 - Thanks to Channel beta-testing
    186  * 'Import 2 po file ' to load an alternate po -files
    187  * ' titan.po -> Target' copied now empty fields Double entry copied by msgid
    18868
    189 version 0.9.1 :
    190  * svn version is displayed and saved as ' .... po.55555.svn '
    191  * thus can also be compared with an old ( stored ) version
    19269
    193 [[br]]
    194 ([#point9.6 Top of Page])
    195 [[br]]
     70
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  • wiki/pages/fr/Filesystem-Check

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    22>'''3.5.5.1 File system Check''' [=#point3.5.5.1] ([WikiStart#point3.5 System (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Filesystem-Check.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    7 Here you can format your harddisk select an item and follow the onscreen prompts.
     8Here you can format your harddisk select an item and follow tth onscreen prompts.
    89
    910[[br]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/Format-Hdd

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    22>'''3.5.5 Hard Disk''' [=#point3.5.5] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.5 system (Back)])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Format-Hdd.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    7 Here you can format your harddisk select an item and follow the onscreen prompts.
    8 Note that you must enable ([wiki:Adjust#point3.6.7 Expertmode]) to show all available format options in this display.
     8Here you can format your harddisk select an item and follow tth onscreen prompts.
    99
    1010[[br]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/Free-Space

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    22>'''3.7.8.2 Free Space''' [=#point3.7.8.2] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8 System Info (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Free-Space.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can view the free space of all the file systems acessable from the decoder.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Functions

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    2 
    31----
    4 '''2 Interface Elements''' [=#point2] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     2'''2 Functions''' [=#point2] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    53----
    64[[br]]
    7 This section will show the functions and controls of the various elements in the gui within TitanNit and discriptions to the various
    8 items and their functions aswell as helpfull information and tricks to get the most possible experience with your Receiver.
    95
    10 Note: pictures in this area only apply to the default skin used in Titan.
    11 If you do not see a specific menu item on the display please select the default skin from the menu as follows all the functions displayed below are implemented in all skins but some elements may be omitted from the display in some skins:
     6'' Highlights of TitanNit ''
    127
    13  Press the __"Menu"__ button and select __"Settings"__ scroll down to __"Skin"__ and select the __"Default"__ Skin from the menu.
    14  The decoder will then reboot with the new selected __Default__ skin.
    15 
    16 ----
    17 {{{#!div style="width: 1100px; margin: auto"
    18  {{{#!table style="border: none"
    19   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    20   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    21 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Functions/Infobar.png,align=left,link=[#point2.1])]]
    22   }}}
    23   '''[#point2.1 infobar]'''[[br]]
    24   {{{#!div style="float: left
    25 Default display when pressing the __Info__ button while watching TV.
    26   }}}
    27   }}}
    28   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    29   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    30 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Functions/playback_infobar.png,align=left,link=[wiki:History#point2.2 TitanNit Info])]]
    31   }}}
    32   '''[#point2.2 Playback infobar]'''[[br]]
    33   {{{#!div style="float: left
    34 Default display when pressing the __Info__ button while watching A recording or Media using the default player.
    35   }}}
    36   }}}
    37   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    38   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    39 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Functions/AudioTracks_infobar.png,align=left,link=[#point2.3])]]
    40   }}}
    41   '''[#point2.3 Audiotracks infobar]'''[[br]]
    42   {{{#!div style="float: left
    43 Default display when pressing the __Audio__ button while watching TV, A recording or Media using the default player.
    44   }}}
    45   }}}
    46   |----
    47   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    48   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    49 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Functions/Channel History.png,align=left,link=[#point2.4])]]
    50   }}}
    51   '''[#point2.4 Channel History]'''[[br]]
    52   {{{#!div style="float: left
    53 Default display when pressing the __Recall__ button while watching A recording or Media using the default player.
    54   }}}
    55   }}}
    56   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    57   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    58 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Functions/Sleep_Timer.png,align=left,link=[#point2.5])]]
    59   }}}
    60   '''[#point2.5 Sleep Timer]'''[[br]]
    61   {{{#!div style="float: left
    62 Default display when pressing the __Sleep_ button while the decoder is in operation.
    63   }}}
    64   }}}
    65   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    66   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    67 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Functions/Subtitle.png,align=left,link=[#point2.6])]]
    68   }}}
    69   '''[#point2.6  Subtitle]'''[[br]]
    70   {{{#!div style="float: left
    71 Default display when pressing the __Subtitle__ button while watching TV, A recording or Media using the default player.
    72   }}}
    73   }}}
    74   |----
    75   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    76   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    77 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Functions/EPG.png,align=left,link=[#point2.7])]]
    78   }}}
    79   '''[#point2.7 EPG]'''[[br]]
    80  {{{#!div style="float: left
    81 Default display when pressing the __EPG__ button while watching TV.
    82   }}}
    83   }}}
    84   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    85   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    86 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Functions/program_info.png,align=left,link=[#point2.8])]]
    87   }}}
    88   '''[#point2.8 Program Info]'''[[br]]
    89    {{{#!div style="float: left
    90 Default display when pressing the __Info__ button while viewing the EPG.
    91   }}}
    92   }}}
    93   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    94   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    95 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Functions/player.png,align=left,link=[#point2.9])]]
    96   }}}
    97   '''[#point2.9 Player]'''[[br]]
    98   {{{#!div style="float: left
    99 Default display when pressing the __Play_ button.
    100   }}}
    101   }}}
    102   |----
    103   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    104   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    105 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Functions/favourite.png,align=left,link=[#point2.10])]]
    106   }}}
    107   '''[#point2.10 Favourite]'''[[br]]
    108   {{{#!div style="float: left
    109 Default display when pressing the __FAV__ button.
    110   }}}
    111   }}}
    112   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    113   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    114 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Functions/record.png,align=left,link=[#point2.11])]]
    115   }}}
    116   '''[#point2.11 Record]'''[[br]]
    117   {{{#!div style="float: left
    118 Default display when pressing the __REC__ button while watching TV.
    119   }}}
    120   }}}
    121 
    122 
    123  }}}
    124 }}}
    125 ----
    126 [[BR]]
    127 
    128 
    129 
    130 
    131 
    132 '''Infobar''' [=#point2.1] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    133 
    134 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Info-OSD.jpg)]] [[br]]
    135 This overlay display shows when you press the __"INFO"__ button when viewing a tv channel. [[br]]
    136 It shows actual and next program information
    137 
     8     - Powerful Linux operating system
     9     - Fast boot
     10         - About 1 second from standby mode
     11         - About 25 seconds from the deep standby mode
     12     - Fast channel switching times (less than 1 second)
     13     - Different menu interfaces (skins) including customization options
     14     - Many options to customize the system to your needs
     15     - Backup / Restore function
     16     - Organized Favourites and Channel listings and the direct list of following Programs. 
     17     - Multi-Tuner
     18     - Plug-in management
     19     - Supports many media formats
     20     - Wide range of plugins
     21     - PC programs to personalize and convert the channel list
     22     - Screen saver in radio mode
     23     - Remote control buttons freely assignable
     24     - Online update of the firmware with the ability to retain settings
     25     - Low memory consumption
     26     - 24 hour Forum Support
     27     - Growing Community
     28     - Web Interface
     29     - Android app "timote"
     30     - Windows App "tiView"
     31     - Bouquets Editor "SatchannelListEditor"
    13832[[br]]
    139 '''Playback Infobar''' [=#point2.2] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    140 
    141 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Playback-OSD.jpg)]] [[br]]
    142 This overlay shows when you press the __"INFO"__ button when playing back a program or time shift is in operation. [[br]]
    143 It shows a list of the available buttons to use when in playbac/timeshift to do various things.
    144 
    145 [[br]]
    146 '''Audio Track''' [=#point2.3] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    147 
    148 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Audio-OSD.jpg)]] [[br]]
    149 This overlay shows when you press the __"AUDIO""__ button when viewing a tv channel. [[br]]
    150 It allows you to adjust the audio track on the current stream if an alternative audio source exists.
    151 
    152 [[br]]
    153 '''History''' [=#point2.4] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    154 
    155 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/History-OSD.jpg)]] [[br]]
    156 This overlay shows when you press the __"RECALL"__ button when viewing a tv channel. [[br]]
    157 It allows you to recall the past viewed channels for fast zapping between them.
    158 
    159 [[br]]
    160 '''Sleep Timer''' [=#point2.5] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    161 
    162 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Sleep-OSD.jpg)]] [[br]]
    163 This overlay shows when you press the __"SLEEP"__ button. [[br]]
    164 It allows you to set the shutdown timer to automatically shutdown the receiver.
    165 
    166 [[br]]
    167 '''Subtitle''' [=#point2.6] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    168 
    169 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Subtitle-OSD.jpg)]] [[br]]
    170 This overlay shows when you press the __"SUBTITLE"__ button. [[br]]
    171 It allows you to select/enable a subtitle during playback.
    172 
    173 [[br]]
    174 '''EPG''' [=#point2.7] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    175 
    176 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/EPG-OSD.jpg)]] [[br]]
    177 This overlay shows when you press the __"EPG"__ button. [[br]]
    178 It shows a list of the program information from here you can setup a timer or search the EPG.
    179 
    180 [[br]]
    181 '''Program Info''' [=#point2.8] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    182 
    183 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Program-Info-OSD.jpg)]] [[br]]
    184 This Overlay shows when you press the __"INFO"__ button when in the EPG display. [[br]]
    185 This shows the current selected program information.
    186 
    187 [[br]]
    188 '''Player''' [=#point2.9] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    189 
    190 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Internal-Player-OSD.jpg)]] [[br]]
    191 This overlay shows when you press the __"PLAY"__ button. [[br]]
    192 It allows you to select a movie or recording to play it also has a basic file manager.
    193 
    194 [[br]]
    195 '''Favourite''' [=#point2.10] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    196 
    197 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Favourite-OSD.jpg)]] [[br]]
    198 This overlay shows when you press the __"FAV"__ button. [[br]]
    199 It allows you to brouse through your favourits lists.
    200 
    201 [[br]]
    202 '''Record''' [=#point2.11] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    203 
    204 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Record-OSD.jpg)]] [[br]]
    205 This overlay shows when you press the __"RECORD"__ button. [[br]]
    206 It allows you to set the record function on the current tv channel.
    207 
    208 [[br]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/HTTP-Settings

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    22>'''3.5.4.6 HTTP Settings''' [=#point3.5.4.6] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.5.1 network (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/HTTP-Settings.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can setup your HTTP interface.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Hard-Disk

    r37379 r37380  
    44>Menu Picture place holder:
    55>
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/system-Hard_Disk.jpg)]][[BR]]
     6>[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Hard_Disk.jpg)]][[BR]]
    77>
    8 Here you can configure your harddisk.[[BR]]
     8Here you can configure your harddisk.
    99please select a menu item for more information.
    1010[[br]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/History

    r37379 r37380  
    11----
    2 '''1 TitanNit Info Contents ''' [=#point1] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    3 ----
    4 [[br]]
    5 This section conatins information on TitanNit and frequently asked questions about it.
    6 Please choose an item below to find more information.
    7 
    8 You may select a skip to a specific setup topic or scroll down to read the complete guide.
    9 
    10 {{{#!div style="width: 1100px; margin: auto"
    11  {{{#!table style="border: none"
    12   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    13   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    14 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/History/About.png,align=left,link=[#point1.1])]]
    15   }}}
    16   '''([#point1.1 About])'''[[br]]
    17   {{{#!div style="float: left
    18 click here to find info about TitanNit
    19   }}}
    20   }}}
    21   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    22   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    23 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/History/History.png,align=left,link=[#point1.2])]]
    24   }}}
    25   '''([#point1.2 History])'''[[br]]
    26   {{{#!div style="float: left
    27 click here to find info on the beginnings of TitanNit
    28   }}}
    29   }}}
    30   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    31   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    32 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/History/Features.png,align=left,link=[#point1.3])]]
    33   }}}
    34   '''([#point1.3 Features])'''[[br]]
    35   {{{#!div style="float: left
    36 click here to find info on the various features of TitanNit
    37   }}}
    38   }}}
    39 }}}
    40 }}}
    41 
    42 {{{#!div style="width: 1100px; margin: auto"
    43  {{{#!table style="border: none"
    44   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    45   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    46 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/History/Frequnetly_Asked_Questions.png,align=left,link=[#point1.4])]]
    47   }}}
    48   '''([#point1.4 Frequently Asked Questions])'''[[br]]
    49   {{{#!div style="float: left
    50 Apendixcies/ references [[br]]to other setup related topics.
    51   }}}
    52   }}}
    53 }}}
    54 }}}
    55 [[br]]
    56 [[br]]
    57 
    58 ----
    59 '''1 About''' [=#point1.1] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    60 ----
    61 [[br]]
    62 TitanNit is a semi closed source replacement operating system for kathrein and Atemio/Atevio digital set top receivers.
    63 It has come about  as the users/devs wanted something better than was currently available.
    64 TitanNit is spawned from other projects and is developed by users come devs so it is easy of use but yet still remains powerfull and configurable and feature packed.[[br]]
    65 [[br]]
    66 [[br]]
    67 
    68 ----
    69 '''1 History''' [=#point1.2] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     2'''1 History''' [=#point1] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    703----
    714[[br]]
     
    8417  * These two systems combined into one new system was the basic idea of Titan.
    8518[[br]]
    86 [[br]]
    87 
    88 ----
    89 '''2 Features''' [=#point1.3] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    90 ----
    91 [[br]]
    92 '' Highlights of TitanNit ''
    93 
    94      - Powerful Linux operating system
    95      - Fast boot
    96          - About 1 second from standby mode
    97          - About 25 seconds from the deep standby mode
    98      - Fast channel switching times (less than 1 second)
    99      - Different menu interfaces (skins) including customization options
    100      - Many options to customize the system to your needs
    101      - Backup / Restore function
    102      - Organized Favourites and Channel listings and the direct list of following Programs. 
    103      - Multi-Tuner
    104      - Plug-in management
    105      - Supports many media formats
    106      - Wide range of plugins
    107      - PC programs to personalize and convert the channel list
    108      - Screen saver in radio mode
    109      - Remote control buttons freely assignable
    110      - Online update of the firmware with the ability to retain settings
    111      - Low memory consumption
    112      - 24 hour Forum Support
    113      - Growing Community
    114      - Web Interface
    115      - Android app "timote"
    116      - Windows App "tiView"
    117      - Bouquets Editor "SatchannelListEditor"
    118 [[br]]
    119 
    120 
    121 ----
    122 '''Frequently Asked Questions''' [=#point1.4] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    123 ----
    124 [[br]]
    125 
    126 '''What is Titan?'''[[br]]TitanNit is a semi closed source replacement operating system for kathrein and Atemio/Atevio digital set top receivers designed to completly replace the factory software.
    127 [[br]]
    128 
    129 '''What can Titan do?'''[[br]]Titan was primarally designed to play/view and record live tv services from tresterial, cable and satellite, it can also be used to play/view the most popular video, audio, and picture formats, and many more lesser-known formats, including:
    130  Video - DVD-Video, VCD/SVCD, MPEG-1/2/4, DivX, XviD, Matroska
    131 Audio - MP3, AAC.
    132 Picture - JPG, GIF, PNG.
    133 
    134 
    135 These can all be played directly from the hard-drive or from a computer over a local network (LAN) internet IPTV services and media streams hosted by the [[wiki:Plugins-Player#point10.11 TiThek]] plugin.
    136 
    137  TitanNit can play DVD-Video movies (with and without menus) from ISO/IMG images and even ZIP/RAR-archives with the use of the [[wiki:Plugins-Player#point10.11 dvd-player plugin]].
    138  TitanNit has a simple user interface that's pleasant and easy to use.
    139 
    140 All these features enable your device to function as a full multimedia entertainment system for your tv for the whole family to enjoy.
    141 [[br]]
    142 [[br]]
    143 
    144 '''What features does TitanNit have?'''[[br]]See the complete list of supported features in the [[wiki:Versions#point6 software versions changelog]] for information of the offically supported features.
    145 [[br]]
    146 [[br]]
    147  
    148 '''Where can I suggest/request a new feature or function to be implemented into TitanNit?'''[[br]]You can log a NEW feature/function request in our tracker. Just make sure that you first remember to search for existing "Feature Requests" before logging a new request/ticket! (see [wiki:Troubleshooting#point12.1 12.1 Bug Reporting] for information on submitting a ticket).
    149 
    150 You may also post a copy of your suggestion in the feature-suggestion section of our [http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum/forum.php AAF Digital Forum] if you want it open for discussion,
    151 Please respect that your request only counts as a suggestion, there' s no guarantee that it will implemented soon or ever.
    152 
    153 Almost all users think their own ideas is the most important, and a very common comment is: "if you only add these features then TitanNit will be perfect for me".
    154 
    155 You could try bribing the devs with elaborate gifts :-) flattery will get you every where and agorant requests will most likely get your posts deleted or get you banned from the forum please follow the rules of the forum [http://www.aaf-digital.info/ here].
    156 [[br]]
    157 [[br]]
    158  
    159 '''When will this and that feature or function be supported by TitanNit?'''[[br]]TitanNit development is driven by the tasks that are important to the individual developers and to the hardware sponsors Atemio, if you have a funky idea or feature you wish implemented submit a request ticket (see [wiki:Troubleshooting#point12.1 12.1 Bug Reporting], but make an extensive search of the forum and tickets before requesting it as it has probally been sugested before.
    160 [[br]]
    161 [[br]]
    162 
    163 '''Is TitanNit, or the AAFTeam affiliated with Fortis, katherin or ..... or the hardware manufacturer of my Reciever?'''[[br]]No, TitanNit and its members are not in any way affiliated with the manufactures in any way. TitanNit is a third party operating system designed to replace the manufactures original operating system.
    164 [[br]]
    165 [[br]]
    166 
    167 '''Will the instalation of Titan Void my Warranty?'''[[br]]Yes probally but this software is tested to ensure it won't dammage your reciever and can be reverted at any time to a factory condition. please see [wiki:Supported-Receivers#point7 Supported Receivers] for a list of suspected supported receivers, If you have successfully installed TitanNit on your Receiver please inform an admin member so this list can be updated and verified.
    168 
    169 If the factory software was so feature packed and bugless there would be no need for software like TitanNit but sadly this is a world where software is driven by sales and purchases by the big players who request features, but TitanNit is a little different it was started just because the users/ devs wanted something better than what was handed to them by the manufacturer.
    170 [[br]]
    171 [[br]]
    172 
    173 '''Why is TitanNit Not available for my receiver model XXX?'''[[br]]TitanNit is funded by Atemio who supplys hardware to the devs in return for developing software for use on these devices.
    174 In future TitanNit may be available for your receiver as support in increaced, at this time Titan in in development for the Broadcom Mips Archeture for the upcomming release of the Atemio 5200 which will be the first non SH4 based reciever supported by TitanNit.
    175 [[br]]
    176 [[br]]
    177 
    178 '''How do I ...'''[[br]] I don't know I suggest you read the [wiki:Quick-Start-Guide#point0 Quick Start Guide], manual, check the rest of the wiki or proform a [http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum/search.php?search_type=1 search] on the forum, as it has most likely been asked before and you will find the answer, as a last resort post a question on the [http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum/forum.php AAF Digital Forum].
    179 [[br]]
    180 [[br]]
    181 
    182 '''Where should I put videos/music and pictures so that Titan can read it?''' [[br]]Anywhere you like. TitanNit can read off the local harddisk,usb sticks, or from network sources. Simply press "Add a Source" using the network Browser and browse away.
    183 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Network-Browser.jpg, 25%)]][[br]]
    184 [[br]]
    185 [[br]]
    186 
    187 '''What is the default username and password to the built-in FTP server and telnet server?'''Both the default password and the user name is “root” (in lower case) as with many linux instalations.
    188 [[br]]
    189 [[br]]
    190 
    191 '''Can I watch recordings from my decoder when on holiday?'''[[br]]yes you can you will need to set up either a static ip on your home network or set up a dynadns server, from there you can log onto the web interface and use video lan to watch tv or your recordings.
    192 [[br]]
    193 [[br]]
    194 
    195 '''Can I thank and or Chat the TitanNit team?''[[br]]Yes sure you can jump on the [[http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum/ AAFforum]]  and leave a post and or stop by [wiki:Contact#point15 Skype] and request a invite the majority of us speak german, some of us speak english also.
    196 
    197 '''Do you accept donations?'''[[br]] the team is currently fully funded and no donations are nesessary but if you have some device that may be of use with titan feel free to contact us.
    198 
    199 '''How come the Wiki does not show how to operate feature or function.....?'''[[br]]Titan Is in development and is updated almost daily some features plugins or informations have yet to be merged in, this forum is open to editing by the community feel free to log in and add said feature's informatation to the wiki.
    200 [[br]]
    201 [[br]]
    202 
    203 ([#point1 Top of Page])
    204  
    205  
    206 
    207 
  • wiki/pages/fr/Installation-Recovery

    r37379 r37380  
    22'''8 Installation and Recovery Contents''' [=#point8] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33----
     4
     5[[br]]
     6
    47This section contains information on installation and removal of TitanNit from your receiver
    5 {{{#!div style="width: 1100px; margin: auto"
    6  {{{#!table style="border: none"
    7   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    8   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    9 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Receiver_logo/Atemio.png, 60px,align=left,link=http://www.atemio.de Atemio homepage)]]
    10   }}}
    11   '''SH4 Atemio'''[[br]]
    12   {{{#!div style="float: left
    13  [http://www.atemio.de Atemio homepage]
    14  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Atemio#point8.000 Contents]
    15  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Atemio#point8.001 Atemio510]
    16  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Atemio#point8.002 Atemio520]
    17  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Atemio#point8.003 Atemio530]
    18  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Atemio#point8.004 Atemio7600]
    19  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Atemio#point8.005 Atemio700]
    20  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Atemio#point8.006 Atemio7000]
    21   }}}
    22   }}}
    23   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    24   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    25 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Receiver_logo/Fortis.png, 60px,align=left,link=http://www.fortis.co.kr Fortis homepage)]]
    26   }}}
    27   '''SH4 Fortis'''[[br]]
    28    {{{#!div style="float: left
    29  [http://www.fortis.co.kr Fortis homepage]
    30  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Fortis#point8.010 Contents]
    31  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Fortis#point8.011 Fortis Clone]
    32  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Fortis#point8.012 Bootloader Installation]
    33  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Fortis#point8.013 Fortis FS-9000]
    34  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Fortis#point8.014 Fortis FS-9200]
    35  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Fortis#point8.015 Fortis HS-9510]
    36  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Fortis#point8.016 Fortis HX-8200]
    37  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Fortis#point8.017 Fortis HS-7810]
    38   }}}
    39   }}}
    40  {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    41   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    42 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Receiver_logo/homecast.png, 60px,align=left,link=http://www.myhomecast.nl Homecast homepage)]]
    43   }}}
    44   '''SH4 Homecast'''[[br]]
    45  {{{#!div style="float: left
    46  [http://www.myhomecast.nl Homecast homepage]
    47  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Homecast#point8.020 Contents]
    48  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Homecast#point8.021 Homecast Pro]
    49   }}}
    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/Receiver_logo/IPBox.png, 60px,align=left,link=http://www.abipbox.com/ AB IPBox homepage)]]
    55   }}}
    56   '''SH4 IPBox'''[[br]]
    57   {{{#!div style="float: left
    58  [http://www.abipbox.com/ AB IPBox homepage]
    59  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-IPBox#point8.030 Contents]
    60  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-IPBox#point8.031 Ipbox91]
    61  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-IPBox#point8.032 Ipbox900]
    62  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-IPBox#point8.033 Ipbox910]
    63  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-IPBox#point8.034 Ipbox9000]
    64   }}}
    65   }}}
    66   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    67   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    68 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Receiver_logo/kathrein.png, 60px,align=left,link=http://www.kathrein-gmbh.at kathrein homepage)]]
    69   }}}
    70   '''SH4 Katherin'''[[br]]
    71   {{{#!div style="float: left
    72  [http://www.kathrein-gmbh.at kathrein homepage]
    73  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Katherin#point8.040 Contents]
    74  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Katherin#point8.041 Ufs910]
    75  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Katherin#point8.042 Ufs912]
    76  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Katherin#point8.043 Ufs913]
    77  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Katherin#point8.044 Ufs922]
    78  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Katherin#point8.045 Ufc960]
    79   }}}
    80   }}}
    81   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    82   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    83 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Receiver_logo/Spark.png, 60px,align=left,link=http://www.spark-tv.com Spark homepage)]]
    84   }}}
    85   '''SH4 Spark'''[[br]]
    86   {{{#!div style="float: left
    87  [http://www.spark-tv.com Spark homepage]
    88  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Spark#point8.050 Contents]
    89  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Spark#point8.051 Spark7111]
    90  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-SH4-Spark#point8.052 Spark7162]
    91   }}}
    92   }}}
    93   |----
    94  {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    95   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    96 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Receiver_logo/Atemio.png, 60px,align=left,link=http://www.atemio.de Atemio homepage)]]
    97   }}}
    98   '''Mips Atemio'''[[br]]
    99   {{{#!div style="float: left
    100  [http://www.atemio.de Atemio homepage]
    101  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Atemio#point8.060 Contents]
    102  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Atemio#point8.061 Atemio5000 AKA Nemesis]
    103  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Atemio#point8.062 Atemio5200]
    104  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Atemio#point8.063 Atemio6000]
    105  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Atemio#point8.064 Atemio6100]
    106  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Atemio#point8.065 Atemio6200]
    107   }}}
    108   }}}
    109   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    110   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    111 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Receiver_logo/beyonwiz.png, 60px,align=left,link=http://www.beyonwiz.com.au Beyonwiz homepage)]]
    112   }}}
    113   '''Mips Beyonwiz'''[[br]]
    114  {{{#!div style="float: left
    115  [http://www.beyonwiz.com.au Beyonwiz homepage]
    116 
    117  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Beyonwiz#point8.070 Contents]
    118  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Beyonwiz#point8.071 BeyonwizT4]
    119   }}}
    120   }}}
    121   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    122   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    123 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Receiver_logo/Goldern_Interstar.png, 60px,align=left,link=http://www.golden-interstar.pl Golden Interstar homepage)]]
    124   }}}
    125   '''Mips Golden Interstar'''[[br]]
    126   {{{#!div style="float: left
    127  [http://www.golden-interstar.pl Golden Interstar homepage]
    128  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Golden-Interstar#point8.080 Contents]
    129  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Golden-Interstar#point8.081 Xpeedlx1/2]
    130  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Golden-Interstar#point8.082 Xpeedlx3]
    131   }}}
    132   }}}
    133   |----
    134   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    135   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    136 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Receiver_logo/Miraclebox.png, 60px,align=left,link=http://www.miraclebox.se miraclebox homepage)]]
    137   }}}
    138   '''Mips Miraclebox[[br]]
    139   {{{#!div style="float: left
    140  [http://www.miraclebox.se Miraclebox homepage]
    141  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Miraclebox#point8.090 Contents]
    142  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Miraclebox#point8.091 MBUltra]
    143  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Miraclebox#point8.092 MBMini]
    144 }}}
    145 }}}
    146   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    147   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    148 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Receiver_logo/Sezam.png, 60px,align=left,link=http://www.sezam-club.ru/ homepage)]]
    149   }}}
    150   '''Mips Sezam'''[[br]]
    151  {{{#!div style="float: left
    152  [http://www.sezam-club.ru/ Mips Sezam homepage]
    153  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Sezam#point8.100 Contents]
    154  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Sezam#point8.101 Sezam-Marvel]
    155  * [wiki:Installation-Recovery-Mips-Sezam#point8.102 Sezam-1000HD]
    156   }}}
    157   }}}
    158 }}}
    159 }}}
     8
     9[[br]]
     10
     11 * [#point8.1 8.1 Atemio510 and compatible Models]
     12 * [#point8.2 8.2 Atemio520 and compatible Models]
     13 * [#point8.3 8.3 Atemio530 and compatible Models]
     14 * [#point8.4 8.4 Atemio7600 and compatible Models]
     15 * [#point8.5 8.5 Atemio700 and compatible Models]
     16 * [#point8.6 8.6 Atemio7000 and compatible Models]
     17 * [#point8.7 8.7 Ufs910]
     18 * [#point8.8 8.8 Ufs912]
     19 * [#point8.9 8.9 Ufs922]
     20 * [#point8.10 8.10 Installation on other Fortis Receivers]
     21 * [#point8.11 8.11 Uninstallation On other Fortis Receivers]
     22 * [#point8.12 8.12 Update TitanNit]
     23 * [#point8.13 8.13 IRD Download Location]
     24
     25
     26[[br]]
     27
     28
     29----
     30'''8.1 Atemio510''' [=#point8.1] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     31----
     32
     33[[br]]
     34
     35'' How do I install an Atemio 510 IRD image? ''
     36 * Visit the Atemio homepage or the AAF digital forum and download the latest TitanNit firmware .
     37 * Extract the zip file
     38 * Now copy the unzipped IRD firmware file to a formatted FAT32 USB stick.
     39     Note: The USB stick should not be formatted with windows. Use a separate program, such as the
     40     " HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool" (freeware program).
     41     Furthermore, we recommend a cheap USB stick with a small storage capacity as well as read and write speed.
     42 * Turn off the Receiver and disconnect all USB devices.
     43 * Connect the USB stick with the IRD file to your Receiver
     44 * Switch on (mains switch) and at the same time hold the CH + on the unit (about 15 seconds) until "search IRD File ... " appears,
     45   and the installation begins. Only then release the button
     46     Note: If installation does not start , use a different USB stick.
     47 * After successfully installing the receiver will reboot and the installed image should start-up
     48[[br]]
     49[#point8.1 Top of Page]
     50----
     51'''8.2 Atemio520''' [=#point8.2] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     52----
     53
     54[[br]]
     55
     56'' How do I install an Atemio 520 IRD image? ''
     57 * Visit the Atemio homepage or the AAF digital forum and download the latest TitanNit firmware .
     58 * Extract the zip file
     59 * Now copy the unzipped IRD firmware file to a formatted FAT32 USB stick.
     60     Note: The USB stick should not be formatted with windows. Use a separate program, such as the
     61     " HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool" (freeware program).
     62     Furthermore, we recommend a cheap USB stick with a small storage capacity as well as read and write speed.
     63 * Turn off the Receiver and disconnect all USB devices.
     64 * Connect the USB stick with the IRD file to your Receiver
     65 * Switch on (mains switch) and at the same time hold the CH + on the unit (about 15 seconds) until "search IRD File ... " appears,
     66   and the installation begins. Only then release the button
     67     Note: If installation does not start , use a different USB stick.
     68 * After successfully installing the receiver will reboot and the installed image should start-up
     69[[br]]
     70[#point8.1 Top of Page]
     71
     72----
     73'''8.3 Atemio530''' [=#point8.3] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     74----
     75
     76[[br]]
     77'' How do I install an Atemio 530 IRD image? ''
     78 * Visit the Atemio homepage or the AAF digital forum and download the latest TitanNit firmware .
     79 * Extract the zip file
     80 * Now copy the unzipped IRD firmware file to a formatted FAT32 USB stick.
     81     Note: The USB stick should not be formatted with windows. Use a separate program, such as the
     82     " HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool" (freeware program).
     83     Furthermore, we recommend a cheap USB stick with a small storage capacity as well as read and write speed.
     84 * Turn off the Receiver and disconnect all USB devices.
     85 * Connect the USB stick with the IRD file to your Receiver
     86 * Switch on (mains switch) and at the same time hold the CH + on the unit (about 15 seconds) until "search IRD File ... " appears,
     87   and the installation begins. Only then release the button
     88     Note: If installation does not start , use a different USB stick.
     89 * After successfully installing the receiver will reboot and the installed image should start-up
     90[[br]]
     91[#point8.1 Top of Page]
     92
     93----
     94'''8.4 Atemio7600''' [=#point8.4] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     95----
     96
     97[[br]]
     98'' How do I install an Atemio 7600 IRD image? ''
     99 * Visit the Atemio homepage or the AAF digital forum and download the latest TitanNit firmware .
     100 * Extract the zip file
     101 * Now copy the unzipped IRD firmware file to a formatted FAT32 USB stick.
     102     Note: The USB stick should not be formatted with windows. Use a separate program, such as the
     103     " HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool" (freeware program).
     104     Furthermore, we recommend a cheap USB stick with a small storage capacity as well as read and write speed.
     105 * Turn off the Receiver and disconnect all USB devices.
     106 * Connect the USB stick with the IRD file to your Receiver
     107 * Switch on (mains switch) and at the same time hold the CH + on the unit (about 15 seconds) until "search IRD File ... " appears,
     108   and the installation begins. Only then release the button
     109     Note: If installation does not start , use a different USB stick.
     110 * After successfully installing the receiver will reboot and the installed image should start-up
     111[[br]]
     112[#point8.1 Top of Page]
     113
     114----
     115'''8.5 Atevio700''' [=#point8.5] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     116----
     117
     118[[br]]
     119
     120'' How do I install an Atemio 700 IRD image? ''
     121 * Visit the Atemio homepage or the AAF digital forum and download the latest TitanNit firmware .
     122 * Extract the zip file
     123 * Now copy the unzipped IRD firmware file to a formatted FAT32 USB stick.
     124     Note: The USB stick should not be formatted with windows. Use a separate program, such as the
     125     " HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool" (freeware program).
     126     Furthermore, we recommend a cheap USB stick with a small storage capacity as well as read and write speed.
     127 * Turn off the Receiver and disconnect all USB devices.
     128 * Connect the USB stick with the IRD file to your Receiver
     129 * Switch on (mains switch) and at the same time hold the CH + on the unit (about 15 seconds) until "search IRD File ... " appears,
     130   and the installation begins. Only then release the button
     131     Note: If installation does not start , use a different USB stick.
     132 * After successfully installing the receiver will reboot and the installed image should start-up
     133[[br]]
     134[#point8.1 Top of Page]
     135
     136----
     137'''8.6 Atevio7000''' [=#point8.6] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     138----
     139
     140[[br]]
     141
     142'' How do I install an Atemio 7000 IRD image? ''
     143 * Visit the Atemio homepage or the AAF digital forum and download the latest TitanNit firmware .
     144 * Extract the zip file
     145 * Now copy the unzipped IRD firmware file to a formatted FAT32 USB stick.
     146     Note: The USB stick should not be formatted with windows. Use a separate program, such as the
     147     " HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool" (freeware program).
     148     Furthermore, we recommend a cheap USB stick with a small storage capacity as well as read and write speed.
     149 * Turn off the Receiver and disconnect all USB devices.
     150 * Connect the USB stick with the IRD file to your Receiver
     151 * Switch on (mains switch) and at the same time hold the CH + on the unit (about 15 seconds) until "search IRD File ... " appears,
     152   and the installation begins. Only then release the button
     153     Note: If installation does not start , use a different USB stick.
     154 * After successfully installing the receiver will reboot and the installed image should start-up
     155[[br]]
     156[#point8.1 Top of Page]
     157
     158----
     159'''8.7 Kathrein Ufs910''' [=#point8.7] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     160----
     161
     162[[br]]
     163
     164'' How do I install a Kathrein UFS910 update image? ''
     165 * When you install a USB .img file the mnt-filesystem is formatted. An Online Update leaves the mnt-filesystem untouched.
     166 * Visit the AAF digital forum and download the latest TitanNit firmware .
     167 * Extract the zip file
     168 * Now copy the unzipped img firmware file - must be renamed to miniFLASH.img - to a formatted FAT32 USB stick.
     169     Note: The USB stick should not be formatted with windows, but a separate program, such as the
     170     " HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool" (freeware program).
     171     Furthermore, we recommend a cheap USB stick with a small storage capacity as well as read and write speed.
     172 * Turn off the Receiver and disconnect all USB devices.
     173 * Connect the USB stick with the img file to the front USB Port
     174 * Switch on (mains switch) and at the same time hold the -Record button- on the Remote Control pressed (about 5 seconds)
     175   until "miniFLASH search..." appears, then the installation begins. Only then release the -Record button-
     176     Note: If installation does not start, use a different USB stick.
     177 * After successfully installing the receiver will reboot and the installed image should start-up
     178[[br]]
     179[#point8.1 Top of Page]
     180
     181----
     182'''8.8 Kathrein UFS912''' [=#point8.8] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     183----
     184
     185[[br]]
     186
     187'' How do I install a Kathrein UFS912 update image? ''
     188 * Visit the AAF digital forum and download the latest TitanNit firmware .
     189 * Extract the zip file
     190 * Now copy the unzipped firmware file *_FULL_nodebug.img to a formatted FAT32 USB stick into the path: /kathrein/ufs912/ .
     191     Note: The USB stick should not be formatted with windows, but a separate program, such as the
     192     " HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool" (freeware program).
     193     Furthermore, we recommend a cheap USB stick with a small storage capacity as well as read and write speed.
     194 * Turn off the Receiver and disconnect all USB devices.
     195 * Connect the USB stick with the img file
     196 * Switch on (mains switch) and at the same time press the -TV/Radio button- on the unit (about 5 seconds) until "emergency boot" appears,
     197   then the installation begins. Only after that message release the -TV/Radio button-
     198     Note: If installation does not start, use a different USB stick.
     199 * After successfully installing the receiver will reboot and the installed image should start-up
     200[[br]]
     201[#point8.1 Top of Page]
     202
     203----
     204'''8.9 Kathrein UFS922''' [=#point8.9] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     205----
     206
     207[[br]]
     208
     209'' How do I install a Kathrein UFS922 update image? ''
     210 * When you install a USB .img file the mnt-filesystem is formatted. An Online Update leaves the mnt-filesystem untouched.
     211 * Visit the AAF digital forum and download the latest TitanNit firmware .
     212 * Extract the zip file
     213 * Now copy the unzipped firmware file *_FULL_nodebug.img to a formatted FAT32 USB stick into the path: /kathrein/ufs922/ .
     214     Note: The USB stick should not be formatted with windows, but a separate program, such as the
     215     " HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool" (freeware program).
     216     Furthermore, we recommend a cheap USB stick with a small storage capacity as well as read and write speed.
     217 * Turn off the Receiver and disconnect all USB devices.
     218 * Connect the USB stick with the img file
     219 * Switch on (mains switch) and at the same time press the -TV/Radio button- on the unit (about 5 seconds) until "emergency boot" appears,
     220   then the installation begins. Only after that message release the -TV/Radio button-
     221     Note: If installation does not start, use a different USB stick.
     222 * After successfully installing the receiver will reboot and the installed image should start-up
     223[[br]]
     224[#point8.1 Top of Page]
     225
     226
     227----
     228'''installation on other Fortis Receivers'''  [=#point8.10] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     229----
     230
     231[[br]]
     232
     233'''Installation Notes:'''
     234
     235''If you wish to try or install titan you need to install an Atemio/Atevio factory loader. The original Atemio Bootloader has a security code within so an installation of Titan is not possible with any other fortis loader''
     236
     237''If you wish to install Titan the loader version must be 1.54 or above. Titan versions above 1.32 require the new Iboot loader which needs to be installed first if not present.''
     238
     239''There are various ways that are explained below:''
     240 
     241[[br]]
     242
     243'''AAF Recovery Tool (ART) method'''
     244
     245 * Install the AAF Recovery Tool (ART) and set up a connection to your receiver
     246 * Set the IP address and subnet mask of your uboot environment.
     247 * Reboot the receiver and reconnect to change the settings.
     248 * Install the factory loader and reboot.
     249 * The factory loader you installed is version 1.21 that you have to update to 1.54 to be compatible with Titan
     250 * Visit the [http:((www-atemio.de Atemio] homepage or the [http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum AAF digital forum] and download the latest Atevio/Atemio loaader (1.54).
     251 * Extract the zip file
     252  * Now copy the unzipped IRD firmware file to a formatted FAT32 USB stick.
     253     Note: The USB stick should not be formatted with windows. Use a separate program, such as the
     254     "HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool" (freeware program).
     255     Furthermore, we recommend a cheap USB stick with a small storage capacity as well as read and write speed.
     256 * Turn off the receiver and disconnect all USB devices.
     257 * Connect the USB stick with the IRD file to your receiver
     258 * Switch on (mains switch) and at the same time hold the CH + on the unit (about 15 seconds) until "search IRD File ... " appears,
     259   and the installation begins. Only then release the button
     260     Note: Should the installation not start, try a different USB stick.
     261 * Should you have installed the loader successfully the receiver will reboot and the installed Loader should start-up.
     262
     263''You may now install Titan''
     264[[br]]
     265
     266
     267[[br]]
     268
     269'''Cross Flash Method'''
     270
     271''This method explains how to install the HDF bootloader flash plugin to your fortis receiver and flash an Atemio/Atevio compatible bootloader from the plugin menu.''
     272
     273* Download the HDF Bootloader flash plugin from the [http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum AAF Digital forum].
     274 * Extract the zip file
     275 * Now copy the unzipped Plugin folder to a formatted FAT32 USB stick.
     276     Note: The USB stick should not be formatted with windows. Use a separate program, such as the
     277     " HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool" (freeware program).
     278     Furthermore, we recommend a cheap USB stick with a small storage capacity as well as read and write speed.
     279 * go to the plugins section in your receiver and install the plugin and then start it.
     280 * type in the password contained in the zip file and follow the onscreen prompts.
     281 * Should you have installed the loader successfully the receiver will reboot and the installed Loader should start-up.
     282
     283''You may now install TitanNit''
     284
     285[[br]]
     286
     287'''Reseller Changer Tool Method'''
     288
     289''This method explains how to change the Reseler ID of an Atemio/Atevio compatible bootloader and flash it to any compatible Fortis receiver from the plugin menu.''
     290
     291
     292* Visit the [http://www.atemio.de Atemio] homepage or the [http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum AAF digital forum] and download the latest Atevio/Atemio loader.
     293 * Extract the zip file
     294 * use the reseller ID changer tool and change the IRD to that of your reseller ID.
     295 * Now copy the unzipped IRD firmware file to a formatted FAT32 USB stick.
     296     Note: The USB stick should not be formatted with windows. Use a separate program, such as the
     297     " HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool" (freeware program).
     298     Furthermore, we recommend a cheap USB stick with a small storage capacity as well as read and write speed.
     299 * Turn off the Receiver and disconnect all USB devices.
     300 * Connect the USB stick with the IRD file to your Receiver.
     301 * Switch on (mains switch) and at the same time hold the CH + on the unit (about 15 seconds) until "search IRD File ... " appears,
     302   and the installation begins. Only then release the button
     303     Note: If installation does not start , use a different USB stick.
     304 * Should you have installed the loader successfully the receiver will reboot and the installed Loader should start-up.
     305
     306
     307This method requires you to also change the reseller ID to be able to install TitanNit.
     308
     309
     310'''Be aware should it the installation fail or a loss of Power occur during the flashing process you could brick your receiver as there is no recovery method. Compatibility with other receivers is not guaranteed but you may find a list of compatible receivers in the [wiki:Supported-Receivers#point7 Supported Receivers] section.'''
     311[[br]]
     312[#point8.1 Top of Page]
     313----
     314'''8.11 Uninstalling Titan'' [=#point8.11] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     315----
     316[[br]]
     317
     318If you have an Atemio/Atevio or UFS receiver all you have to do is install your original ird file as explained above and no bootloader changes are neccessary.
     319
     320Uninstalling titan and switching back to the original reseller loader can't be done (easily) for other fortis receivers but there is one simple alternative method outlined below.
     321
     322
     323'''Uninstalling Titan on non Atemio/Atevio receiver and restore Reseller ID with Maxi-uboot'''
     324
     325If you have iboot installed then you must install a version of TitanNit older than 1.32 before using this method.
     326
     327This will install the factory Atemio loader that is compatible with the AAF Recovery Tool (ART) to be able to install the Maxiuboot Loader.
     328
     329In order for this method to work make sure the setting Allow __"Iboot Update"__ is enabled in [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.6 Iboot].
     330
     331When successfully achieved you may start up ART from your PC and install Maxiuboot.
     332
     333[[br]]
     334
     335Once installed you may set up your bootargs and change your Reseller ID back to its factory settings. For flashin original Firmware or other Software please refere to your receivers' manual or instructions.
     336[[br]]
     337[#point108.1 Top of Page]
    160338
    161339
    162340----   
    163 '''8.113 IRD Download Locations''' [=#point8.113] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main Page]) 
    164 ----
     341'''8.13 Update TitanNit[=#point8.12] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main Page]) 
     342---- 
     343[[br]] 
     344
     345There are two ways to update your TitanNit version and there are merits to both methods :
     346
     347IRD offline method see [#point8 Installation / Recovery Inhaltsverzeichnis] and select your Reciever model to show information on how to update titan using an IRD titannit image.
     348[[br]]
     349''Note: using this method plugins and files stored to Flash will be formatted when the update is proformed.
     350Plugins and files installed to MNT (except on the ufs 910/922) or a valid configured storage device will retain there settings .''
     351
     352Image Online Method see [wiki:System-Update#point3.5.7 System aktualisieren] for information on how preform an online update.
     353[[br]]
     354''Note: using this method all plugins and settings are retained as long as they are not installed in flash.''
     355
     356[[br]]
     357
     358[#point8 Top of Page]
     359
     360[[br]]
     361
     362----   
     363'''8.13 IRD Download Locations'' [=#point8.13] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main Page]) 
     364---- 
     365[[br]] 
     366
    165367* [wiki:Manufactures#point13 13 Manufactures] - [http://atemio.de/index.php/software-updates Stable Images][[br]] 
    166368* [wiki:Community#point14 14 Community] - [http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum/downloads.php?do=cat&id=2 Stable Images] [http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum/pages.php?pageid=12 Nightly Images][[br]] 
    167 
    168   '''[wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.6 4.6 Bootloader sh4 Boxen]'''[[br]]
    169 * [http://sbnc.dyndns.tv/trac/wiki/FR/Remote-Device-Control#point4.6  iboot sh4 loader flashing and recovery ][[br]] 
    170369 
    171370[[br]] 
    172371[#point8 Top of Page] 
    173 [[br]]
    174 
    175 
    176 
    177 
    178 
     372[[br]] 
     373[[br]] 
     374[[br]] 
  • wiki/pages/fr/Interface-Operation

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    244244 * ([wiki:Red-Button#point3.6.4 Red Button])
    245245 * ([wiki:Blue-Button#point3.6.5 Blue Button])
    246  * ([wiki:Media-Button#point3.6.6 Media Button])
    247  * ([wiki:Adjust#point3.6.7 System Settings])
    248  * ([wiki:Skin#point3.6.8 Skin])
    249  * ([wiki:Skin-Adjust#point3.6.9 Skin Settings])
    250  * ([wiki:Screensaver-Adjust#point3.6.10 Screensaver])
    251  * ([wiki:Timeshift-Settings#point3.6.11 Timeshift])
    252  * ([wiki:Record-Path#point3.6.12 Path for Recordings])
    253  * ([wiki:EPG-Settings#point3.6.13 EPG])
    254  * ([wiki:Child-Protection#point3.6.14 Parental Control])
    255  * ([wiki:Restore-Default-Settings#point3.6.15 Restore Factory Settings])
    256  * ([wiki:Video-Settings#point3.6.16 Video Settings])
    257  * ([wiki:Channel-Edit#point3.6.17 Channel Edit])
    258  * ([wiki:MediaDB-Settings#point3.6.18 MediaDB Settings])
    259  * ([wiki:Auto-Start-Settings#point3.6.19 Auto Start])
     246 * ([wiki:Adjust#point3.6.6 Adjust])
     247 * ([wiki:Skin-Adjust#point3.6.7 Skin Adjust])
     248 * ([wiki:Screensaver-Adjust#point3.6.8 Screensaver Adjust])
     249 * ([wiki:Timeshift-Settings#point3.6.9 Timeshift Settings])
     250 * ([wiki:Record-Path#point3.6.10 Record Path])
     251 * ([wiki:EPG-Settings#point3.6.11 EPG Settings])
     252 * ([wiki:Child-Protection#point3.6.12 Child Protection])
     253 * ([wiki:Restore-Default-Settings#point3.0.13 Restore Default Settings])
     254 * ([wiki:Video-Settings#point3.6.14 Video Settings])
     255 * ([wiki:Channel-Edit#point3.6.15 Channel Edit])
     256 * ([wiki:Skin#point3.6.16 Skin])
     257 * ([wiki:MediaDB-Settings#point3.6.17 MediaDB Settings])
     258 * ([wiki:Auto-Start-Settings#point3.6.18 Auto Start Settings])
    260259
    261260[[br]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/Internet-Browser

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    22>'''3.2.6 Internet Browser''' [=#point3.2.6] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.2 Media Center (Back)])([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Media_Center-internet_browser.jpg)]][[BR]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    77>
    88>internet browser is a netsurf based plugin to surf the net.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Kernel

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    22>'''3.7.8.3 Kernel''' [=#point3.7.8.3] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8 System Info (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Kernel.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can view the kernel build info.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Log

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    44>Menu Picture place holder:
    55>
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Information-log.jpg)]][[BR]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    77>
    88> here you can view your error log.
  • wiki/pages/fr/MTD

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    11>----
    2 >'''3.7.8.6.3 MTD''' [=#point3.7.8.6.3] ([WikiStart#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back)])
     2>'''3.7.8.6.3 MTD''' [=#point3.7.8.6.3] ([WikiStart#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/MTD.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can view the detailed info on the raw flash partitions (MTD).
  • wiki/pages/fr/Manual-Search

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    22>'''3.5.1.3 Manual Search''' [=#point3.5.1.3] ([wiki:Channel-Service#point3.5.1 Channel-Service (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Manual-Search.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can proform a manual channel scan.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Manufactures

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    55||= [[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg,400,link=http://www.atemio.de)]] =||
    66
    7 New Zealand reseller for fortis clone ultraplus decoders [http://www.ultrapower.co.nz Ultrapower]
     7New Zealand maunfacturer for ultraplus decoders [http://www.ultrapower.co.nz Ultrapower]
    88
    9 '''SH4 Katherin'''   ([http://www.kathrein-gmbh.at kathrein homepage])
    10 
    11 '''SH4 Spark'''   ([http://www.spark-tv.com Spark homepage)]
    12 
    13 '''SH4 AB IPBox''' ([http://www.abipbox.com/ AB IPBox homepage])
    14 
    15 '''Mips Golden Interstar'''   ([http://www.golden-interstar.pl Golden Interstar homepage])
    16 
    17 '''SH4 Fortis'''  ([http://www.fortis.co.kr Fortis homepage])
    18  * New Zealand reseller for fortis clone ultraplus decoders [http://www.ultrapower.co.nz Ultrapower]
    199
    2010[[br]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/Mediathek

    r37379 r37380  
    44>Menu Picture place holder:
    55>
    6 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Tithek_main.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    77>
    88>Mediathek is the titan online media center to view various feeds from the internet
  • wiki/pages/fr/Memory

    r37379 r37380  
    11>----
    2 >'''3.7.8.3 Memory''' [=#point3.7.8.6.2] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back)])
     2>'''3.7.8.3 Memory''' [=#point3.7.8.6.2] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Memory.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can view the detailed Memory info.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Module

    r37379 r37380  
    11>----
    2 >'''3.7.8.6 Module''' [=#point3.7.8.6.4] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back)])
     2>'''3.7.8.6 Module''' [=#point3.7.8.6.4] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back])
    33>
    44>Menu Picture place holder:
    55>
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Module.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    77>
    88Here you can view the detailed loaded Module info.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Mounts

    r37379 r37380  
    22>'''3.7.8.4 Mounts''' [=#point3.7.8.4] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8 System Info (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/System-Info-Mounts.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can view all mounted devices on the receiver.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Network

    r37379 r37380  
    44>Menu Picture place holder:
    55>
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/system-Network.jpg)]][[BR]]
     6>[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Network.jpg)]][[BR]]
    77>
    88>
  • wiki/pages/fr/Network-Browser

    r37379 r37380  
    22>'''3.5.4.5 Network Browser''' [=#point3.5.4.5] ([WikiStart#point3.5.1 network (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Network-Browser.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can setup network shares.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Network-Restart

    r37379 r37380  
    22>'''3.5.4.4 Network Restart''' [=#point3.5.4.4] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.5.1 network (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Network-Restart.jpg)]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can Restart your network interface.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Network-Test

    r37379 r37380  
    22>'''3.5.4.3 Network Test''' [=#point3.5.4.3] ([wiki:Network#point3.5.1 network (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Network-Test.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can check your network interface.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Picture-Player

    r37379 r37380  
    22>'''3.2.3 Picture Player''' [=#point3.2.3] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.2 Media Center (Back)])([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Media_center-Picture-Player.jpg)]][[BR]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78picture player is where you can view pictures and set up slideshows.
     
    4243
    4344
    44  ||'''Red Button: (Network)''' ||???||
    45  ||'''Green Button: (Edit)''' ||???||
     45 ||'''Red Button: (Network)''' ||Set the sort method for the files listed in the file list display.||
     46 ||'''Green Button: (Edit)''' ||Switch between filelist mode and playlist mode.||
    4647
    4748----
  • wiki/pages/fr/Plugins-Channel-Lists

    r37379 r37380  
    1717 * Cable BW
    1818 * Cable Unitymedia
    19  * Primacom Cable
     19
    2020
    2121If you wish to provide your own satellite configurations please post them in the [http://aaf-digital.info AAF forum].
     
    3535||= '''SAT/Cable 19.2 13.0 KabelD''' =||
    3636||= [[Image(source:/ipk/source/settings_andy_2xSat_KabelD_1_0/preview/prev.png)]] =||
     37[[br]]
    3738[#point10.6 Top of Page]
  • wiki/pages/fr/Plugins-Contents

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    55----
    66
    7 == Plugin contents ==
     7This list contains a list of the current online plugins.
    88
    9 This list contains a list of the current online plugins available in TitanNit, please see [wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.4 3.4 Extentions] for more information on how to install and manage these plugins.
     9'''10.1 Screensavers''' [=#point10.1] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     10 * [wiki:Plugins-Screensavers#point10.1 10.1 Screensavers]
     11'''10.2 Bootlogos''' [=#point10.2] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     12 * [wiki:Plugins-Bootlogos#point110.2 10.2 Bootlogos]
     13'''10.3 Browser''' [=#point10.3] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     14 * [wiki:Plugins-Browser#point10.3 10.3 Browser]
     15'''10.5 Infos''' [=#point10.5] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     16 * [wiki:Plugins-Infos#point10.5 10.5 info-news]
     17'''10.6 Channel Lists''' [=#point10.6] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     18 * [wiki:Plugins-Channel-Lists#point10.6 10.6 Channel Lists]
     19'''10.7 Keymaps''' [=#point10.7] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     20 * [wiki:Plugins-Keymaps#point10.7 10.7 Keymaps]
     21'''10.8 LCD Pearl Skins''' [=#point10.8] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     22 * [wiki:Plugins-LcdPearlSkins#point10.8 10.8 LCD Pearl Skins]
     23'''10.9 LCD Samsung Skins''' [=#point10.9] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     24 * [wiki:Plugins-LcdSamsungSkins#point10.9 10.9 LCD Samsung Skins]
     25'''10.10 Network''' [=#point10.10] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     26 * [wiki:Plugins-Network#point10.10 10.10 Network]
     27'''10.11 Player''' [=#point10.11] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     28 * [wiki:Plugins-Player#point10.10 10.10 Player]
     29'''10.12 Fonts''' [=#point10.12] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     30 * [wiki:Plugins-Fonts#point10.11 10.11 Fonts]
     31'''10.13 Stationlogos (Picons)''' [=#point10.13] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     32 * [wiki:Plugins-station-logos#point10.12 10.12 station logos]
     33'''10.14 Skins''' [=#point10.14] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     34 * [wiki:Plugins-Skins#point10.13 10.13 Skins]
     35'''10.15 Games''' [=#point10.15] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     36 * [wiki:Plugins-Games#point10.14 10.14 Games]
     37'''10.16 Tools''' [=#point10.16] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     38 * [wiki:Plugins-Tools#point10.15 10.15 Tools]
     39'''10.17 WLAN Module''' [=#point10.17] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents])
     40 * [wiki:Plugins-Wlan#point10.16 10.16 Wlan]
    1041
    11 please select an item below to view the available plugins in the selected area.
    1242
    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/Plugins-Contents/Screensavers.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Screensavers#point10.1 10.1 Screensavers])]]
    18   }}}
    19   '''[wiki:Plugins-Screensavers#point10.1 10.1 Screensavers]'''[[br]]
    20   {{{#!div style="float: left
    21 This section contains information on the various screen savers available in TitanNit.
    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/Plugins-Contents/Bootlogos.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Bootlogos#point110.2 10.2 Bootlogos])]]
    27   }}}
    28   '''[wiki:Plugins-Bootlogos#point110.2 10.2 Bootlogos]'''[[br]]
    29   {{{#!div style="float: left
    30 This section contains information on the various Bootlogos available in TitanNit.
    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/Plugins-Contents/browser.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Browser#point10.3 10.3 Browser])]]
    36   }}}
    37   '''[wiki:Plugins-Browser#point10.3 10.3 Browser]'''[[br]]
    38   {{{#!div style="float: left
    39 This section contains information on the various web browsers available in TitanNit.
    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/Plugins-Contents/Info_news.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Infos#point10.5 10.5 info-news])]]
    46   }}}
    47   '''[wiki:Plugins-Infos#point10.5 10.5 info-news]'''[[br]]
    48   {{{#!div style="float: left
    49 This section contains information on the info and news pluggins screen savers available in TitanNit.
    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/Plugins-Contents/Channel_Lists.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Channel-Lists#point10.6 10.6 Channel Lists])]]
    55   }}}
    56   '''[wiki:Plugins-Channel-Lists#point10.6 10.6 Channel Lists]'''[[br]]
    57   {{{#!div style="float: left
    58 This section contains default channel list for different services available in TitanNit.
    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/Plugins-Contents/Keymaps.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Keymaps#point10.7 10.7 Keymaps])]]
    64   }}}
    65   '''[wiki:Plugins-Keymaps#point10.7 10.7 Keymaps]'''[[br]]
    66   {{{#!div style="float: left
    67 This section contains information on the various Keymaps available in TitanNit.
    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/Plugins-Contents/LCD_Pearl_Skins.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-LcdPearlSkins#point10.8 10.8 LCD Pearl Skins])]]
    74   }}}
    75   '''[wiki:Plugins-LcdPearlSkins#point10.8 10.8 LCD Pearl Skins]'''[[br]]
    76  {{{#!div style="float: left
    77 This section contains information on the various lcd skins available in TitanNit with an addon pearl lcd module.
    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/Plugins-Contents/LCD_Samsung_Skins.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-LcdSamsungSkins#point10.9 10.9 LCD Samsung Skins])]]
    83   }}}
    84   '''[wiki:Plugins-LcdSamsungSkins#point10.9 10.9 LCD Samsung Skins]'''[[br]]
    85    {{{#!div style="float: left
    86 This section contains information on the various skins available in TitanNit with a samsung display tablet extension device.
    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/Plugins-Contents/Network.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Network#point10.10 10.10 Network])]]
    92   }}}
    93   '''[wiki:Plugins-Network#point10.10 10.10 Network]'''[[br]]
    94   {{{#!div style="float: left
    95 This section contains information on the various network plugins and extensions available in TitanNit.
    96   }}}
    97   }}}
    98   |----
    99   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    100   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    101 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Plugins-Contents/player.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Player#point10.10 10.10 Player])]]
    102   }}}
    103   '''[wiki:Plugins-Player#point10.10 10.10 Player]'''[[br]]
    104   {{{#!div style="float: left
    105 This section contains information on the various media players and media renderers available in TitanNit.
    106   }}}
    107   }}}
    108   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    109   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    110 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Plugins-Contents/fonts.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Fonts#point10.11 10.11 Fonts])]]
    111   }}}
    112   '''[wiki:Plugins-Fonts#point10.11 10.11 Fonts]'''[[br]]
    113   {{{#!div style="float: left
    114 This section contains information on the various gui fonts available in TitanNit.
    115   }}}
    116   }}}
    117   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    118   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    119 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Plugins-Contents/Station_Logos.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-station-logos#point10.12 10.12 station logos])]]
    120   }}}
    121   '''[wiki:Plugins-station-logos#point10.12 10.12 station logos]'''[[br]]
    122   {{{#!div style="float: left
    123 This section contains information on the various pre configures icon sets available in TitanNit for various TV services.
    124   }}}
    125   }}}
    126 |----
    127   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    128   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    129 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Plugins-Contents/Skins.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Skins#point10.13 10.13 Skins])]]
    130   }}}
    131   '''[wiki:Plugins-Skins#point10.13 10.13 Skins]'''[[br]]
    132   {{{#!div style="float: left
    133 This section contains information on the various Gui Skins available in TitanNit.
    134   }}}
    135   }}}
    136   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    137   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    138 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Plugins-Contents/Games.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Games#point10.14 10.14 Games])]]
    139   }}}
    140   '''[wiki:Plugins-Games#point10.14 10.14 Games]'''[[br]]
    141   {{{#!div style="float: left
    142 This section contains information on the various games available in TitanNit.
    143   }}}
    144   }}}
    145   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    146   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    147 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Plugins-Contents/Tools.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Tools#point10.15 10.15 Tools])]]
    148   }}}
    149   '''[wiki:Plugins-Tools#point10.15 10.15 Tools]'''[[br]]
    150   {{{#!div style="float: left
    151 This section contains information on the various system pluggins and tools available in TitanNit.
    152   }}}
    153   }}}
    154 |----
    155   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    156   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    157 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Plugins-Contents/WLan.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Wlan#point10.16 10.16 Wlan])]]
    158   }}}
    159   '''[wiki:Plugins-Wlan#point10.16 10.16 Wlan]'''[[br]]
    160    {{{#!div style="float: left
    161 This section contains information on the various wereless lan drivers available in TitanNit.
    162   }}}
    163   }}}
    164 |----
    165 }}}
    166 }}}
     43
     44[[br]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/Plugins-Emus

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    11----
    2 '''10.4 Emus''' [=#point10.4] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 contents]) ([Wikistart#point0 Main Page])
     2'''10.4 Emus''' [=#point10.4] ([wiki:German-Wiki#point0 Inhaltsverzeichnis])
    33----
    4 
    5 Emulators are plugins that enable the use and connection to online pay tv services and providers to enable pay TV Reception.
    6 
    7 Ther are many emulators available from to support the connection to different pay TV services.
    8 
    9 Please note that in some countrys and providers this form of on line subscription is illegal please contact your pay TV provider or local authority for more information in this area, please see our [wiki:Disclaimer#point17 disclaimer] on services.
    10 
    11 This section is provided for for use only with providers who allow such use with their pay tv service.
    12 
    134[[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/emus_camd3_3_902/preview/prev.png)]]
    145[[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/emus_gbox_800/preview/prev.png)]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/Plugins-LcdSamsungSkins

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    1616[[Image(source:/ipk/source/lcdsamsungskins_Digitaluhr_blau/preview/prev.png)]]
    1717[[Image(source:/ipk/source/lcdsamsungskins_Holzuhr_Standby/preview/prev.png)]]
     18[[Image(source:/ipk/source/lcdsamsungskins_PICONS_320x240/preview/prev.png)]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/Plugins-Network

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    22'''10.10 Network''' [=#point10.10] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33
    4 The Plugins in this section allow you to extend the communication capabillty of your receiver.
    5 These plugins can be downloaded from the online extensions browser.
    6  
     4The Plugins in this section allow you to extend the communication capabillty of your receiver.
    75
    86
     
    4139Using the plugin your receiver is a Samba server.
    4240[[br]][[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/network_samba/preview/prev.png)]]
    43 
    44 '''SmbClient (Win7)''' is a network browser extention for better compatibility with windows 7.
    45 [[br]][[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/networklib_smbclient/preview/prev.png)]]
    46 
    47 '''xupnpd - eXtensible UPnP agent''' is a server extension that allows you to stream video, audio files[[br]]
    48 and live tv from a free tuner from your receiver directly to other DLNA capable digital[[br]]
    49 devices attached in your home network.
    50 
    51 What can the xupnpd DLNA server? [[BR]]
    52 
    53 At every start of the current playlists bouquets and images are generated (takes a few seconds), then then starts xupnpd.
    54  Is a tuner free, then to the desired channel is zapped. Single tuner boxes should be in standby. In principle, the same behavior as the stream via the web interface.
    55  There is still the possibility to enable the option "Allow switching by Live Stream" in the web interface settings. Then xupnpd has priority. Note that switches to the station!
    56  
    57 Operation:
    58 Call the plugin in Extensions -> Additional Programs
    59 Autostart yes / no or manual start or stop with green or red
    60 
    61 [[br]][[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/network_xupnpd/preview/prev.png)]]
    62 
  • wiki/pages/fr/Plugins-Player

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    33----
    44
    5 '''Players''' are plugins to enable the playback of further file formats and sources.[[br]]
    6 below is a list of available plugins:[[br]]
     5'''Players''' are plugins to enable the playback of further file formats.[[br]]
     6Installing the following plugins you can use your receiver for:[[br]]
     7[[br]]
     8'''codecpack''' to enable playback of more Online media file formats.[[br]]
     9[[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/playersnp_codecpack/preview/prev.png)]][[br]]
     10[[br]]
     11'''dtsdownmix''' to recode DTS Digital Audio to Stereo output.[[br]]
     12[[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/playersnp_dtsdownmix/preview/prev.png)]][[br]]
     13[[br]]
     14'''dvd-player''' to playback VOB file format.[[br]]
     15[[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/playersnp_dvdplayer/preview/prev.png)]][[br]]
     16[[br]]
     17'''gmediarender''' to playback music or video files from DLNA compatible devices.[[br]]
     18[[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/players_gmediarender/preview/prev.png)]][[br]]
     19[[br]]
     20'''hbbtv''' to connect to HBB-TV Online media.[[br]]
     21[[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/playersnp_hbbtv/preview/prev.png)]][[br]]
     22[[br]]
     23'''Media Center''' to playback picutres, audio and video files.[[br]]
     24[[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/players_mc/preview/prev.png)]][[br]]
     25[[br]]
     26'''TiThek''' to access more Online media.[[br]]
     27[[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/players_tithek/preview/prev.png)]][[br]]
     28[[br]]
     29'''TMC''' to playback movies from a local connected Network device.[[br]]
     30[[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/players_tmc/preview/prev.png)]][[br]]
     31[[br]]
     32'''foldericons''' to add a graphical icon to your media folders.[[br]]
     33[[Image(source:/ipk/source/players_foldericons_1_0/preview/prev.png)]][[br]]
     34[[br]]
    735
    8 ----
    9 
    10 {{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
    11 [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/playersnp_codecpack/preview/prev.png,nolink)]]
    12 }}}
    13 |----------------
    14 {{{#!td style="border: none"
    15  '''CodecPack'''
    16 
    17  will enable playback of more Online media file formats such as: (flac ogg mp3 avi dat divx flv mkv m4v mp4 mov mpg mpeg mts m2ts trp ts vdr vob wmv wma wav rm ra)
    18 }}}
    19 [[BR]]
    20 
    21 {{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
    22 [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/playersnp_dtsdownmix/preview/prev.png,link=source:/ipk/source.sh4/playersnp_dtsdownmix/_path_/bin)]]
    23 }}}
    24 |----------------
    25 {{{#!td style="border: none"
    26  '''DtsDownMix'''
    27 
    28  to recode DTS Digital Audio to Stereo output.
    29 }}}
    30 [[BR]]
    31 
    32 {{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
    33 [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/playersnp_dvdplayer/preview/prev.png,link=source:/titan/plugins/dvdplayer)]]
    34 }}}
    35 |----------------
    36 {{{#!td style="border: none"
    37  '''DVD-Player'''
    38 
    39  will enable playback VOB file format to play back ripped DVD content.
    40 }}}
    41 [[BR]]
    42 
    43 {{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
    44 [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/players_gmediarender/preview/prev.png,link=source:/titan/plugins/gmediarender)]]
    45 }}}
    46 |----------------
    47 {{{#!td style="border: none"
    48  '''GmediaRender'''
    49 
    50  * GmediaRender is a __[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance Digital Media Renderer]__ (DMR / DLNA-Renderer), which allows the __PC__ /__Mobile __[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance Digital Media Controller] (DMC / DLNA-Control) to stream __Audio__ / __Video__ and __Picture__ files from a [http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance Digital Media Server] (DMS / DLNA-SERVER) to your reciever.
    51  
    52  * __Windows__
    53    * In Windows Explorer context menu __Right-click__ on Files> Play To> __[http://gmrender.nongnu.org/ GmediaRender]__.
    54    * Windows Media Player is a __[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance DMS / DMP / DMS]__ and can control all __[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance DMS]__  present in the network and the media offered to __[http://gmrender.nongnu.org/ GmediaRender]__
    55 
    56  * __mobile (Android)__
    57    * for __[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Android_%28Betriebssystem%29 Android]__ mobile there is a few __[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance DMC]__ __Apps__: __[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.airwire AirWire]__ / __[http://m.downloadatoz.com/apps/com.skifta.android.app,68844/download.html Skifta]__, these __Apps__ can control data from__[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance DMS]__ and the __[http://gmrender.nongnu.org/ GmediaRender]__  to control your reciever to display media on tyour TV.
    58 
    59    * A very nice feature the  __[http://xupnpd.org/t/ Xupnp Server]__ is able to display your channel list and recordings by Playlist that you can then easily pass directly to the renderer or cell phone.
    60 [[Image(source:/titan/skins/gmediarender/skin/background.jpg,link=http://static.androidnext.de/dlna-schema-450x500.png, 480px, align=right,link=http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum/forum.php)]]
    61 
    62  * some __[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance DMS]__ can display and share __[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance DLNA]__ network such as:
    63    * External media / Online Channels (__[https://www.youtube.com/ Youtube]__ / __[https://www.ted.com/ Ted]__ / __[http://www.vimeo.com/‎ Vimeo]__)
    64    * Cloud Storage Hoster (__[https://www.google.com/drive/ Google Drive]__ / __[https://www.dropbox.com/ Dropbox]__ / __[https://onedrive.live.com/ OneDrive]__ / __[https://disk.yandex.com/ Yandex.Disk]__ / __[https://www.box.com/ Box]__)
    65    * Webcam Dienste oder im Netzwerk befindliche Überwachungs Cams.
    66 
    67  * Possibil playback from your  __[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance DMC]__ from (__[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.airwire AirWire]__ / __[http://m.downloadatoz.com/apps/com.skifta.android.app,68844/download.html Skifta]__ / __[http://allconnectapp.com/ AllConnect]__ / __[http://bubblesoftapps.com/bubbleupnpserver/ BubbleDlna]__)
    68    *  (some __[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance DMS]__ can control the media playback with such features as volume up/down/ Pause / Play / Stop / fast forward/ reverse)
    69 
    70  * __preview__
    71    * __AirWire__ __[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.airwire&hl=de about]__ / __[http://airwire.tv/FR/site/users help]__ / __[http://airwire.tv/ Home]__
    72    * __BubbleDlna__ __[http://bubblesoftapps.com/bubbleupnpserver/#what_is_bubble_upnp_server About]__ / __[http://bubblesoftapps.com/bubbleupnpserver/#faq help]__ / __[http://bubblesoftapps.com/bubbleupnpserver/ Home]__
    73    * __Allconnect__ __[http://allconnectapp.com/presskit/ About]__ / __[http://allconnectapp.com/faq/ Help]__ / __[http://allconnectapp.com/faq/ Home]__
    74 
    75  In general __[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance DLNA]__ is a very complex network DLNA software with almost no restrictions in its operation.
    76 
    77 
    78 
    79 }}}
    80 [[BR]]
    81 
    82 {{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
    83 [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/playersnp_hbbtv/preview/prev.png,link=source:/titan/plugins/hbbtv)]]
    84 }}}
    85 |----------------
    86 {{{#!td style="border: none"
    87  '''HbbTv'''
    88 
    89  is a media client connect to HBB-TV Online media.
    90 }}}
    91 [[BR]]
    92 
    93 {{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
    94 [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/players_mc/preview/prev.png,link=source:/titan/plugins/mc)]]
    95 }}}
    96 |----------------
    97 {{{#!td style="border: none"
    98  '''MediaCenter'''
    99 
    100  [wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.2 Media center] to playback picutres, audio and video files
    101 }}}
    102 [[BR]]
    103 
    104 {{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
    105 [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/players_tithek/preview/prev.png,link=source:/titan/plugins/tithek)]]
    106 }}}
    107 |----------------
    108 {{{#!td style="border: none"
    109  '''Tithek'''
    110 
    111 Titannit online hoseted media (online library).
    112 }}}
    113 [[BR]]
    114 
    115 {{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
    116 [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/players_tmc/preview/prev.png,link=source:/titan/plugins/tmc)]]
    117 }}}
    118 |----------------
    119 {{{#!td style="border: none"
    120  '''Tmc'''
    121 
    122  Tmc - to playback movies from a local connected Network device
    123 }}}
    124 [[BR]]
    125 
    126 {{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
    127 [[Image(source:/ipk/source/players_foldericons_1_0/preview/prev.png,link=source:/ipk/source/players_foldericons_1_0/_path_/usr/local/share/titan/imdbfolder)]]
    128 }}}
    129 |----------------
    130 {{{#!td style="border: none"
    131  '''FolderIcons'''
    132 
    133 to add a graphical icon to your media folders.
    134 }}}
    135 [[BR]]
     36([#point10.11 Top of Page])
  • wiki/pages/fr/Plugins-Tools

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    100100([#point10.16 Top of Page])
    101101[[BR]]
    102 
    103 
    104 {{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
    105 [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/tools_parted/preview/prev.png)]]
    106 }}}
    107 |----------------
    108 {{{#!td style="border: none"
    109  '''Parted'''
    110 
    111  Parted is neccessary to format a Harddisk with a capacity larger 2TB. After installing[[br]]
    112  the plugin it is active so you can setup your Haiddisk straight away.
    113 
    114 }}}
    115 ([#point10.16 Top of Page])
    116 [[BR]]
    117 
    118102
    119103{{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
     
    194178
    195179{{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
     180[[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/tools_parted/preview/prev.png)]]
     181}}}
     182|----------------
     183{{{#!td style="border: none"
     184 '''Parted'''
     185
     186 Parted is neccessary to format a Harddisk with a capacity larger 2TB. After installing[[br]]
     187 the plugin it is active so you can setup your Haiddisk straight away.
     188
     189}}}
     190([#point10.16 Top of Page])
     191[[BR]]
     192
     193{{{#!th rowspan=0 align=left style="border: none"
    196194[[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/tools_usbreset/preview/prev.png)]]
    197195}}}
  • wiki/pages/fr/Plugins-Wlan

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    33----
    44
    5 TitanNit is compatable with several usb Wireless lan devices below is a list of compatable wireless modules chipset's:
    6 
    7  * Realtek RTL8192SE (802.11N)
    8  * Realtek RTL8712U (802.11N)
    9  * Ralink RT2870STA (802.11N)
    10  * Ralink RT3070STA (802.11N)
    11  * Ralink RT5370STA (802.11N)
    12 
    13 Drivers can be installed from any of the above devices from the online extentions ([wiki:TPK-Install#point3.4.4 TPK Install (Online)])
    14 
    155||= '''WLAN 8192 driver''' =||= '''WLAN Driver 8172u''' =||= '''WLAN Driver rt2870sta''' =||= '''WLAN Driver rt3070sta''' =||= '''WLAN Driver rt5370sta''' =||
    166||= [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/wlan_8192cu/preview/prev.png)]] =||= [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/wlan_8712u/preview/prev.png)]] =||= [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/wlan_rt2870sta/preview/prev.png)]] =||= [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/wlan_rt3070sta/preview/prev.png)]] =||= [[Image(source:/ipk/source.sh4/wlan_rt5370sta/preview/prev.png)]] =||
  • wiki/pages/fr/Ram

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    22>'''3.7.8.6 Ram''' [=#point3.7.8.6] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8 System Info (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/System-Info-Ram.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can view the memory information.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Receiver-Unlock

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    11>----
    2 >'''3.5.10 Receiver Unlock''' [=#point3.5.10] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.5 System (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     2>'''3.5.10 Reciever Unlock''' [=#point3.5.10] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.5 System (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/system_receiver_unlock.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    77>
    88>Here you can unlock the special features of the decoder after purchase.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Remote-Device-Control

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    1010 ''Please select a menu item from the GUI for more information''
    1111
    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
    21 click 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
    30 click 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
    39 click 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
    49 click 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
    58 click 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
    67 click 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
    77 click 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
    86 click 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
    95 Conclusion/ what to do next after stting up Titan
    96   }}}
    97   }}}
    98  
    99 }}}
    100 }}}
    101 [[br]]
    102 [[br]]
    103 
     12
     13'''Remote/ Device control'''([#point4 top of the page])
     14
     15 * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.1 4.1 RC Remote control]
     16 * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.2 4.2 On Device Control]
     17 * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.3 4.3 Web Interface]
     18 * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.4 4.4 Telnet Control]
     19 * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.5 4.5 Rgui]
     20 * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.6 4.6 Bootloader]
     21 * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.7 4.7 TitanNit WebIF]
     22 * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.8 4.8 FTP (File Transfer Protocol)]
     23
     24
     25
     26
     27[[br]]
     28[[br]]
    10429
    10530
     
    15883 ||'''Resolution:''' ||This Key Switches the videomode.||
    15984 ||'''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.||
     85 ||'''Recall:''' ||This key can bring up the recent channel history so you can jump easilly between programs.||
    16186 ||'''Info:''' ||This Button displays the infobar.||
    162  ||'''fav:''' ||This button brings up the favourite and Bouquet lists to easily select programs.||
     87 ||'''fav:''' ||This button brings up the favourite and Boquet lists to easilly select programs.||
    16388 ||'''Menu:''' ||This key opens the menu.||
    16489 ||'''Sleep:''' ||This Key can setup the sleep timer.||
     
    17499This section explains how to automatically search and program your universal remote control to operate your tv
    175100
    176 NOTE: If there are no inputs for 10 seconds during setting the TV RC code the setting mode is terminated.
     101NOTE: If no inputs for 10 seconds during Setting the TV RC code the setting mode is terminated.
    177102
    178103'''Automatic code search '''
     
    192117   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.
    193118
    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.
     119 * 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.
    195120
    196121 * 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.
     
    198123'''Reset remote to factory programming'''
    199124
    200 This 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.
     125This will reset the remote back to a factory non programmed state, this is nessesary if the remote  needs to be reprogrammed to operate a new TV and was previously programmed.
    201126
    202127 * Press the TV / Atevio button on the remote (for at least 3 seconds) until the LED flashes twice.
     
    369294[[br]]
    370295
    371  ||'''All''' ||Show All Channels from all Bouquets .||
     296 ||'''All''' ||Show All Channels from all Boquets .||
    372297 ||'''Sat''' ||Sort channels By Satellite.||
    373298 ||'''provider:''' ||Sort channels By provider.||
    374299 ||'''A-Z:''' ||Sort channels Alphabetically.||
    375  ||'''Bouquets:''' ||Sort channels By Boquet.||
     300 ||'''Boquets:''' ||Sort channels By Boquet.||
    376301
    377302
     
    396321[[br]]
    397322
    398 This 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]]
     323This will bring up a list of the movie directory on the reciever please see ([#point103.120.5 Web Controls]) for more information
     324
     325'''Timer''' [=#point4.3.4] ([#point4 top of the page])
    406326 
    407327 ||'''Timer List:''' ||Show a list of the timer Recordings.||
     
    409329 ||'''Add Timer:''' ||Add a timer recording.||
    410330
    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 
    440 This section contains detailed config and system info about your reciever and TitanNit.
    441 Please 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])
     331----
     332'''4.3.5 Web Controls''' [=#point4.3.5] ([#point4 top of the page])
    467333----
    468334
     
    473339This section explains the functions and discriptions of the icons displayed on the web page along side the file list display.
    474340
    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 ||
     341 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button plays the selected program (web Stream) ||
     342 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button plays the selected program (Stream) ||
     343 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button deletes the selected program ||
     344 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button downloads the selected program ||
     345 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button displays the (EPG) ||
     346 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button shows the selected channel is audio only (radio)||
     347 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button shows the selected channel is audio and video (TV)||
     348 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button shows the selected channel is not available ||
    483349 
    484350
     
    487353This section explains the functions and discriptions icons displayed on the web page title area.
    488354
    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. ||
     355 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button shows or hides the onscreen remote control ||
     356 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button turns off the Reciever ||
     357 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button restarts the Receiver ||
     358 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button restarts the GUI ||
     359 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button puts the receiver into standby ||
     360 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button mute's the sound ||
     361 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||These buttons select the volume 10 to 100% (left to right) ||
     362 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button starts a Recording ||
     363 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This button shows the signal info's ||
     364 ||[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/tv.png)]] ||This box enables you to search the EPG type your test into the box and press enter. ||
    499365
    500366[[br]]
     
    535401 * Serial Interface Telnet Setup
    536402
    537   1 Connect a null modem cable between the Receiver and PC
     403  1 Connect a null modem cable between the Reciever and PC
    538404
    539405  2 Install the client found here: ([http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html Putty])
     
    545411After 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.
    546412
    547 after 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
    552 killall -9 evremote2
    553 evremote2
    554 }}}
    555 [[br]]
    556 
    557 '''Start FTDI driver'''
    558 {{{
    559 #!python
    560 mknod / dev.static/ttyUSB0 c 188 0"
    561 }}}
    562 [[br]]
    563 
    564 '''Test FTDI driver commands'''
    565 {{{
    566 #!python
    567 ls-al / dev/ttyUSB0
    568 }}}
    569 [[br]]
    570 
    571 {{{
    572 #!python
    573 cat /proc/bus/usb/devices
    574 }}}
    575 [[br]]
    576 
    577 {{{
    578 #!python
    579 lsmod | 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 
    589413----
    590414'''4.5 Rgui''' [=#point4.5] ([#point4 top of the page])
     
    597421RGui is a TitanNit plugin which allows you to operate your Receiver from a different Receiver. Only the Gui is completely transmitted.
    598422
    599 Thus one can operate the receiver remotely, but not stream the TV signal.
     423Thus one can operate the reciever remotely, but not stream the TV signal.
    600424
    601425[[br]]
     
    615439== Iboot is a boot loader. ==
    616440
    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]]
    618 Please note that there is differences between the Iboot menu structure on the different models of decoders.
    619 
    620 ''' Functions of the boot loader:'''
     441"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)
     442
     443== Functions of the boot loader: ==
    621444
    622445* Identification of the Hardware
     
    630453
    631454
    632 ----
     455
    633456''' Expert Mode ''' (not present in av700/7000)
    634 ----
    635 
    636 [[br]]
    637457
    638458Expert 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.
     
    647467for the '''AM 510/AM520 ''' the code is
    648468
    649  * Red = 11
    650 
    651  * Green = 47
    652 
    653  * Blue = 11
     469Red = 11
     470
     471Green = 47
     472
     473Blue = 11
    654474
    655475for the '''AM 7500/7600 ''' the code is
    656  
    657  * Red = 7
    658 
    659  * Green = 10
    660 
    661  * Blue = 5
     476Red = 7
     477
     478Green = 10
     479
     480Blue = 5
    662481
    663482
     
    671490
    672491if 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 ----
     492[[br]]
     493
     494 
     495==4.6.1 Main categories  [=#point4.6.1] [#point4.6 (back)]   
     496
    679497Please select an item below to see more information.
    680498
     
    696514 ||'''USBirds list''' ||If several ird Image's are on the USB stick, you can display them, select and then flash the desired one. ||
    697515 ||'''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. ||
     516 ||''Clean flash ! Include swap''' ||Deletes the entire image, including the swap area, so all settings, plugins, backups, etc.... are removed. ||
    699517 ||'''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). ||
     518 ||''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). ||
     519 ||'''7 . Allow Iboot Update''' ||This is a developer option so you just can flash the ird image ignoring the included boot loader if you wish(not present in av700/7000). ||
    702520
    703521[[br]]
     
    729547''' Menu Net ''' [=#point4.6.5] [#point4.6 (back)]
    730548
    731 Please note menu item has been superceded and now has no function and it can be ignored. [[br]]
    732 Due to image updates the network setting does not need to be passed on by the bootloader.
    733 
    734549[[br]]
    735550
     
    745560[[br]]
    746561
    747 TitanNit provides its own Htmlapi that is freely distributed so that other developers may interface with a receiver running titan.
     562TitanNit provides its own Htmlapi that is freely distributed so that other developers may interface with a reciever running titan.
    748563
    749564
     
    765580
    766581
    767 the output message back from the Receiver would be as follows:
     582the output message back from the Reciever would be as follows:
    768583
    769584 * __satname#orbitalpos__
     
    782597----
    783598
    784 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Filezilla.jpg)]][[br]]
    785 
    786 The section contains information on how to setup a FTP connection to your TitanNit Receiver.
    787 
    788 [[br]]
    789 
    790 Titan Has an inbuilt FTP Server that is able to be used to transfer files to and from your Receiver.
    791 
    792 To 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 
    794 You 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:
     599[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Control.jpg)]][[br]]
     600
     601The section contains information on how to setup a FTP connection to your TitanNit Reciever.
     602
     603[[br]]
     604
     605Titan Has an inbuilt FTP Server that is able to be used to transfer files to and from your Reciever.
     606
     607To connect to your reciever 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.
     608
     609You connect to your Reciever via internet explorer on your pc 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 reciever and type it into the address bas as follows:
    795610
    796611{{{ftp://Username:Password@Ip_Address:Port_Number}}}
     
    798613{{{ftp://root:root@192.168.0.1:21}}}
    799614
    800 if 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 
    808 If 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 
    810 a sample of the usercmd.sh is below:
    811 
    812 {{{
    813 #!python
    814 #! / bin / sh
    815  # Start the user commands here
    816 echo " [ usercmd.sh ] start"
    817  # insert code here
    818  exit
    819 }}}
    820 
    821 the {{{__"# insert code here"__}}} section must be replaced by your commands.
    822 
    823 If 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
    827 rm -f /media/hdd/movie/timeshift*.ts
    828 }}}
    829 
    830 If you place the following code in to the usergmd.sh it will autostart the FTDI driver.
    831 {{{
    832 #!python
    833 mknod / dev.static/ttyUSB0 c 188 0"
    834 }}}
    835 [[br]]
    836 
    837 
    838 the full path to the file is:
    839 __"/mnt/config/usercmd.sh"__
    840 
    841 
    842 
    843 
    844 
    845 
     615if you Wish to use a dedicated FTP program please read the documentation supplied with your program for information on setup of the FTP connection.
     616
     617
     618
     619
     620
     621
     622
     623
  • wiki/pages/fr/Rotor-Settings

    r37379 r37380  
    11>----
    2 >'''3.5.1.4 Rotor Settings''' [=#point3.5.1.4] ([wiki:Channel-Service#point3.5.1 Channel-Service (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     2>'''3.5.1.4 Manual Search''' [=#point3.5.1.4] ([wiki:Channel-Service#point3.5.1 Channel-Service (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Rotor-Settings.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can adjust your rotor settings
  • wiki/pages/fr/Sat-Finder

    r37379 r37380  
    22>'''3.5.1.5 Sat Finder''' [=#point3.5.1.5] ([wiki:Channel-Service#point3.5.1 Channel-Service (Back)]) ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Sat-Finder.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can check your signal info for the current selected channel.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Settings-Backup-Restore

    r37379 r37380  
    33>
    44>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/system_Settings_Backup_Restore.jpg)]][[BR]]
     5>[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Settings_Backup_Restore.jpg)]][[BR]]
    66>
    77> here you can backup and restore your settings.
     
    1414'''Coloured Button's Functions"
    1515
    16  The __"Coloured Buttons"__ along the bottom of the display bring up additional menus and options with in the backup restore menu. [[BR]]
     16 The __"Coloured Buttons"__ along the bottom of the display bring up additional menus and options with in the backup restore menu.
    1717 please see below for more info on the functions of these buttons:.
    1818 
    19  ||'''Red Button: (Restore)''' ||Press this button to preform a restore from your previously saved settings.||
    20  ||'''Green Button: (Backup)''' ||Press this button to save your settings.||
    21  ||'''Yellow Button: (Log)''' ||Press this button to see the backup restore log.||
     19 ||'''Red Button: (Restore)''' ||Press this button to preform a restore from your preciously saved settings.||
     20 ||'''Green Button: (Backup)''' ||Press this button to preform a restor from your preciously saved settings.||
     21 ||'''Yellow Button: (Log)''' ||Press this Button to see the backup restore log.||
  • wiki/pages/fr/Smart-Card-Reader

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    22>'''3.5.3 Smart Card Reader''' [=#point3.5.3] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.5 System (Back)])([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/system-Smart_Card_Reader.jpg)]][[BR]]
     6>[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Smart_Card_Reader.jpg)]][[BR]]
    77>
    88here you can setup your smart card.
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    31----
    4 '''7 Compatible Receivers''' [=#point7] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0.2 Main page])
     2'''7 Compatable Revievers''' [=#point7] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0.2 Main page])
    53----
    64
    7 Titan was originally releaced for SH4 based hardware from Atemio and Katherin, since the advent and popularity of TitanNit on the SH4 platform it has been releaced to the Mips platform also for instalation the latest Atemio recievers.
     5=== Currently, the following receivers are supported: ===
    86
    9 The Atemio 5200 is the first reciever to include a mips based processor and will be the first officially supported reciever not of the SH4 chipset, and marks a new era for TitanNit.
     7  * Atemio 510/520/530
     8  * Atemio 7600
     9  * Atevio 700/7000
     10  * Kathrein UFS 910
     11  * Kathrein UFS 912/922 (license charges may apply)
    1012
    11 The current offerings of sh4 based recievers are a lot less powerfull than some of the mips devices out there, part of the reason why titan was developed for the SH4, with titan running on mips hardware we expect to see a very fast very capable feature packed system that we will all look forward to.
     13Recently TitanNit has been made available for a variety of non-Atemio Receivers. Identical SH4 Fortis Receivers may work with TitanNit.
    1214
    13 Titan is also in development for the vu+ recievers and may be releaced in the future.
    14 
    15 TitanNit has also been made available for a variety of non-Atemio recievers manufactured by fortis, Atemio identical SH4 Fortis manufactured Receivers.
    16 
    17 
    18 === Currently, the following receivers are directly supported: ===
    19 
    20 
    21 '''SH4 Atemio'''    ([http://www.atemio.de Atemio homepage])
    22 
    23  * Atemio 510
    24  * Atemio 520
    25  * Atemio 530
    26  * Atevio 700
    27  * Atevio 7000
    28  * Atemio 7600
    29 
    30 '''SH4 Fortis'''  ([http://www.fortis.co.kr Fortis homepage])
    31 
    32  * [#point7.2 Fortis Clones hardware detection]
    33  * Fortis FS-9000
    34  * Fortis FS-9200
    35  * Fortis HS-9510
    36  * Fortis HX-8200
    37  * Fortis HS-7810
    38 
    39 '''SH4 Homecast'''    ([http://www.myhomecast.nl/ Homecast homepage])
    40 
    41  * Homecast Pro
    42 
    43  '''SH4 IPBox''' ([http://www.abipbox.com/ AB IPBox homepage])
    44 
    45  * Ipbox91
    46  * Ipbox900
    47  * Ipbox910
    48  * Ipbox9000
    49 
    50 '''SH4 Katherin'''   ([http://www.kathrein-gmbh.at kathrein homepage])
    51 
    52  * Kathrein UFS 910
    53  * Kathrein UFS 912 (license charges may apply)
    54  * Katherin UFS 922 (license charges may apply)
    55  * Katherin UFS 960
    56 
    57 '''SH4 Fulan/ Spark'''   ([http://www.spark-tv.com Spark homepage)]
    58 
    59  * [#point7.6 Fulan Clones hardware detection]
    60  * Spark7111
    61  * Spark7162
    62 
    63 '''Mips Atemio'''   ([http://www.atemio.de Atemio homepage])
    64 
    65  * Atemio 5000 (AKA Nemisis)
    66  * Atemio 5200
    67  * Atemio 6000
    68  * Atemio 6100
    69  * Atemio 6200
    70 
    71 '''Mips Beyonwiz'''   ([Mips Beyonwiz Beyonwiz homepage])
    72 
    73  * Beyonwiz T4
    74 
    75 '''Mips Golden Interstar'''   ([http://www.golden-interstar.pl Golden Interstar homepage])
    76 
    77  * Xpeedlx1
    78  * Xpeedlx2
    79  * Xpeedlx3
    80 
    81 '''Mips Miraclebox'''   ([http://www.miraclebox.se/ Miraclebox homepage])
    82 
    83  * MBUltra
    84  * MBMini
    85 
    86 
    87 
    88 '''Mips Sezam'''([http://www.sezam-club.ru/ homepage])
    89 
    90  * Sezam-Marvel
    91 
    92 
    93 
    94 ----
    95 '''SH4 Fortis based clone receiver detection (hardware profile)''' [=#point7.1] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    96 ----
    97 
    98 This list will help you select the correct clone hardware model below is a specifications list check the back of your manual included with your receiver and look at the table below to select the correct hardware model.
    9915This list has not yet been confirmed and some of these models may be incompatible with TitanNit.
    10016
     
    10420  * Due to differences between the VFDisplay programming and the supplied Remote Control units delivered with your Receiver a remapping of the remote control Layout may be necessary.
    10521
    106   * Pre-Release Versions with the loader version 1.19 had problems when installing versions 1.21 and 1.54 and demand a replacement of the VF-Display in order for the Receiver to boot. Fault is an inbedded security feature. Therefor it is unknown if iboot will actually function with the Receivers. If you have one of these Receivers it would be advisable to take caution installing iboot.
    107 
    108 This table shows the last gen SH4 based receivers manufactured by fortis if you look in your manual of your reciever it will display the specifications and you may use the below table find out the base fortis model it is styled on to verify the compatibility with the corect Atemio/Atevio model.
    109 
    110 {{{#!div style="width: 1000px; margin: auto"
    111 ||'''Model System'''||'''Tuner'''||'''CPU'''||'''RAM'''||'''ROM (Flash)'''||'''USB'''||'''PVR Funktion'''||'''CardReader'''||'''Common interface'''||'''Width'''||'''Display'''||'''features'''||
    112 ||[#point7.3 Fortis FS-9000 HD PVR]||DVB-S/S2 2||STI_7101 266 Mhz||192MB||32MB||2||Internal 2.5 or 3.5 SATA, external via USB||1 (*2)||2||11-segment||43 cm|| ||
    113 ||[#point7.3 Fortis FS-9200 HD PVR]||DVB-S/S2 2||STI_7101 266 Mhz||192MB||32MB||2||eSATA & USB||1 (*2)||2||11-segment||34 cm|| ||
    114 ||[#point7.2 Fortis HS-9510]||DVB-S/S2 1||STI_7101 266 Mhz||192MB||32MB||1||USB||1 (*2)||2||11- segment||34 cm|| ||
    115 ||[#point7.4 Fortis HX-8200 HD PVR]||DVB-S/S2, DVB-T2, DVB-C 1/2||STI_7105 450 Mhz||256MB||64MB||3||Internal 2,5´´SATA-HDD external via eSATA + USB||2||2||11-segment||34 cm||Plug&Play Tuner, Youtube, Browser, FreeTV+||
    116 ||[#point7.5 Fortis HS-7810 HD PVR]||DVB-S/S2 1||STI_7110 450 Mhz||256MB||32MB||2||USB||1||2||4-segment||26 cm||YouTube, Browser, FreeTV+||
    117 }}}
     22  * Pre-Release Versions with the loader version 1.19 had problems when installing versions 1.21 and 1.54 and demand a replacement of the VF-Display in order for the Receiver to boot. Fault is an inbedded security feature. Therefor it is unknown if iboot will actually function with the Receivers. If you have one of these decoders it would be advisable to take caution installing iboot.
    11823
    11924
    120 ----
    121 '''Atevio AV 700 HD simular hardware:''' [=#point7.2]
    122 ----
    123 Single tuner no no built in YouTube, Browser or FreeTV+
    124 
    125 Fortis base model HS-9510HD PVR and possibly identical boxes:
     25=== Atevio AV 500 HD: ===
     26 
     27Model HS- 9510HD PVR and possibly identical boxes:
    12628 
    12729  * Fortis HS- 9510 HD PVR 20000300 Korea.
     
    16062[#point7 Top of Page]
    16163
    162 ----
    163 '''Atevio AV 7000 HD simular hardware:''' [=#point7.3] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    164 ----
    165 Fortis base model FS-9000 and FS-9200 differ due to option of including an internal harddisk.
     64=== Atevio AV 7000 HD: ===
     65 
     66The models FS- 9000 and FS -9200 differ due to option of including an internal harddisk.
    16667
    167 FS- 9000 HD PVR and possibly identical boxes"
     68FS- 9000 HD PVR and possibly identical boxes
    16869
    16970  * Fortis FS- 9000HD 20000000 Korea
     
    17980  * Dynavision DV -9000 HDPVR 200230000 Dubai
    18081 
    181 FS- 9200 HD PVR and possibly identical boxes:
     82FS- 9200 HD PVR and possibly identical boxes
    18283
    18384  * Fortis FS- 9200HD PVR 20000100 Korea
     
    19798[#point7 Top of Page]
    19899
    199 ----
    200 '''Atevio/ Atemio AV 7500 7600 HD simular hardware:''' [=#point7.4] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    201 ----
    202 This model has a removable tuner and has YouTube, Browser, FreeTV+
     100=== Atevio / Atemio AV 7500/7600 HD: ===
    203101
    204 Fortis base model HX -8200 HD PVR and possibly identical boxes:
     102Model HX -8200 HD PVR and possibly identical boxes
    205103
    206104  * Fortis HX -8200 HD PVR 230000X0 Korea
     
    221119[#point7 Top of Page]
    222120
    223 ----
    224 '''Atemio AV 500/510 HD simular hardware:''' [=#point7.5] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    225 ----
    226 This model has a removable tuner and has YouTube, Browser, FreeTV+
     121=== Atemio AM 500/510 HD: ===
     122 
     123Model HS -7110 HD PVR and possibly identical boxes
    227124
    228 Fortis base model HS -7110 HD PVR and possibly identical boxes:
    229 
    230   * Fortis HS -7110 HD PVR ? korea
    231125  * Optibox Gekko HD 250102X0 Hungary
    232126  * Octagon SF 918 SE + 250202X0 Germany
     
    246140  * Miraclebox 6 HD TWIN PVR 252602X0 Sweden
    247141  * Vegasat X1 252802X0 Morocco
    248   * Ultraplus 900 HD PVR ? New Zealand
    249142
    250143[[br]][#point7 Top of Page]
    251 
    252 ----
    253 '''Fulan based clone receiver detection (hardware profile)''' [=#point7.6] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    254 ----
    255 
    256 This list will help you select the correct clone hardware model below is a specifications list check the back of your manual included with your receiver and look at the table below to select the correct hardware model.
    257 This list has not yet been confirmed and some of these models may be incompatible with TitanNit.
    258 
    259 If you have successfully installed TitanNit on your Receiver please inform an admin member so this list can be updated.
    260 
    261 This table shows the last gen SH4 based receivers manufactured by Fulan if you look in your manual of your reciever it will display the specifications and you may use the below table find out the base Fulan model it is styled on to verify the compatibility with the Fulan model.
    262 
    263 {{{#!div style="width: 1000px; margin: auto"
    264 ||'''Model System'''||'''Tuner'''||'''CPU'''||'''RAM'''||'''ROM (Flash)'''||'''USB'''||'''PVR Funktion'''||'''CardReader'''||'''Common interface'''||'''Width'''||'''Display'''||'''features'''||
    265 ||[#point7.7 Fulan 7162]||DVB-S/S2 1,2,3||STI_7162 266 Mhz|| || || || || || || || || ||
    266 ||[#point7.8 Spark 7111]||DVB-S/S2 1||STI_7111 266 Mhz|| || || || || || || || || ||
    267 }}}
    268 
    269 
    270 
    271 ----
    272 '''Fulan/Spark 7162 simular hardware:''' [=#point7.7] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    273 ----
    274 This model has a STI 7162 Processor, tuner varies by reseller either one two or three tuners 
    275 
    276 Fulan/Spark 7162 and possibly identical boxes:
    277 
    278 
    279  * Golden Media Spark Triplex 0C 00 07 00
    280  * Golden Media Spark One 0C 00 07 00
    281  * SAB Unix Triple HD 0C 00 0E 00
    282  * Amiko Alien 2 0C 00 0A 00
    283  * Galaxy Innovations Avatar 2 0C 00 0B 00
    284  * Galaxy Innovations Avatar 3 0C 00 0B 00
    285  * Visionnet Falcon 0C 00 21 00
    286  * Icecrypt S3700 CHD 0C 00 2B 00
    287  * Truman Top Box 2 Tuners 0C 00 03 00
    288  * Samsat Linux 2 0C 00 20 00
    289  * Satcom 7162 0C 00 1D 00
    290  * Dynavision 7162 0C 00 0D 00
    291  * Superbox Z500 0C 00 15 00
    292  * Delta 0C 00 04 00
    293  * Startrack SRT 2020 HD Plus 0C 00 05 00
    294  * Sogno Spark Triple 0C 00 43 00
    295 
    296 ----
    297 '''Fulan/Spark 7111 simular hardware:'''   [=#point7.8]
    298 ----
    299 This model has a STI 7111 Processor, all models seem to have a single DVB-S2 tuner.
    300 
    301 Fulan/Spark 7111 and possibly identical boxes:
    302 
    303  * Amiko Alien SHD 8900, 09 00 0A 00
    304  * Golden Media 990 CR HD PVR Spark LX 09 00 07 00
    305  * Golden Media Spark Reloaded 09 00 07 00
    306  * Edision Argus Pingulux 09 00 08 00
    307  * Edision Argus Pingulux Plus 09 00 08 00
    308  * Galaxy Innovations GI S8120 09 00 0B 00
    309  * SAB Unix F+ Solo (S902) 09 00 0E 00
    310  * Dynavision Spark 09 00 0D 00
    311  * Dynavision Spark Plus 09 00 0D 00
    312  * Fulan Spark I+ 09 00 1D 00
    313  * Truman Premier 1+ 09 00 03 00
    314  * Samsat Linux 1 09 00 20 00
    315  * Startrack SRT 2020 HD 09 00 21 00
    316  * FullHD FH 2020 HD 09 00 ?? 00
    317  * Yumatu Spark 09 00 ?? 00
    318  * Visionnet Hammer 5400 09 00 21 00
    319  * Visionnet Fireball 101 09 00 21 00
    320  * Superbox S750 09 00 15 00
    321  * Sogno Spark Revolution 09 00 43 00
    322 
    323 
  • wiki/pages/fr/Swap

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    88Here you can view the detailed info on the swap.
  • wiki/pages/fr/System-Infos

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    2 >'''3.7.8.6 System Info''' [=#point3.7.8.6] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back])
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    67>
    78> here you can view system wide information.
  • wiki/pages/fr/System-Status

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    33>
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     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
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    78Here you can view the system status of the receiver.
  • wiki/pages/fr/System-Update

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    66>
    77>here you can proform a system update
  • wiki/pages/fr/System-info-Network

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    2 >'''3.7.8.4 Network''' [=#point3.7.8.4] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8 System Info (Back)])
     2>'''3.7.8.4 Network''' [=#point3.7.8.4] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8 System Info (Back])
    33>
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    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/System-info-Network.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can view info on you network interface.
  • wiki/pages/fr/TPK-Install

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    22>'''3.4.4 TPK Install (Online)''' [=#point3.4.4] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.4 Extentions (Back)])
    33>
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    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/extensions_TPK-Install(Online).jpg)]][[br]]
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    67>
    78>here you can install plugins from from the online repo
  • wiki/pages/fr/TPK-Media

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    33>
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    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/extensions_TPK-Install(Media).jpg)]][[br]]
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    67>
    78>Here you can install tpk plugins from a local source
  • wiki/pages/fr/TPK-Tmp

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    11>----
    2 >'''3.4.5 Installieren (TMP)''' [=#point3.4.5] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.4 Extentions (Back])
     2>'''3.4.5 TPK Tmp (TMP)''' [=#point3.4.5] ([wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.4 Extentions (Back)])
    33>
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    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/extensions_TPK-Install(tmp).jpg)]][[br]]
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    67>
    78>here you can install tpk plugins from your tmp directory.
    89
     10
     11[[br]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/TPK-Upgrade

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    33>
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    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/extensions_TPK-upgrade.jpg)]][[br]]
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    67>
    78>here you can automatically upgrade your installed plugins from the online repo
     9
    810[[br]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/Time-to-sleep

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     2>'''3.5.5.4 Time to sleep[=#point3.5.5.4] ([wiki:Hard-Disk#point3.5.5 Hard Disk (Back])
    33>
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    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Time-to-sleep.jpg)]][[br]]
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    67>
    78Here you can configure your harddisk sleep settings.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Top

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    2 >'''3.7.8.6.7 Top''' [=#point3.7.8.6.7] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back)])
     2>'''3.7.8.6.7 Top''' [=#point3.7.8.6.7] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back])
    33>
    44>Menu Picture place holder:
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    77>
    88Here you can view the detailed Process info.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Troubleshooting

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    33----
    44
    5 == Troubleshooting Contents ==
    6  
    7 This section explains how to formally submit a bug and provide debug logs so that this imformation is provided to the developers to action, it will explain how to use the trac ticket system to check and submit bugs for futher analisis.
     5In this section it explains how to formally submit a bug and provide debug logs so that this imformation is provided to the developers to action, it will explain how to use the trac ticket system to check and submit bugs for futher analisis.
     6
     7[[br]]
    88
    99* Only a __registered__ Users__ can create __Tickets__. If you are not yet registered, you can register here __[http://sbnc.dyndns.tv/trac/register Register]__
     
    1414  * Click on __[http://sbnc.dyndns.tv/trac/search Search]__ and tick the __Tickets__ and begin the search.
    1515  * Here you can see the current __active Tickets__, if the same error is listed, you can attach your error message to the __Ticket__.[[Br]]
    16 
    17 
    18  please select an item below for more information.
    19 
    20  * ([#point12.1 12.1 Bug Reporting])
    21  * ([#point12.2 12.2 Bug Update])
    22  * ([#point12.3 12.3 Bug Resolve])
    23  * ([#point12.4 12.4 Debuglevel])
    24  * ([#point12.5 12.5 Debug logging])
    25 [[br]]
    2616
    2717----
     
    125115  * Client ([http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html Putty]) configure the PC for Telnet session
    126116  * Open the Telnet session to the receiver
    127   * killall -9 rcS titan
     117  * Killall -9 rcS titan
    128118  * Set: ([#point112.4 DebugLevel=])
    129   * titan /mnt/config/titan.cfg > /tmp/titan.error.log 2>&1
     119  * Titan /mnt/config/titan.cfg > /tmp/titan.error.log 2> & 1
    130120  * To terminate logging press (ctrl+z)
    131121  * Copy the log file (/tmp/titan.error.log) to your PC via ftp and send it as a ticket to the respective Developer
  • wiki/pages/fr/Tuner-Configuration

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    67>
    78Here you can setup your tuner and proform a channel scan.
  • wiki/pages/fr/USB

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    2 >'''3.7.8.6.9 Usb''' [=#point3.7.8.6.9] ([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back)])
     2>'''3.7.8.6.9 Usb''' [=#point3.7.8.6.9] ([([wiki:System-Info#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back])
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    44>Menu Picture place holder:
    55>
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/USB.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    77>
    88Here you can view the detailed info on the ubb hosts and devices.
  • wiki/pages/fr/USB-Device

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    22>'''3.5.18.3 USB Device''' [=#point3.5.18.3] ([wiki:Auto-Start-Settings#point3.5.18 Autostart Settings (Back)])
    33>
    4 
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    55>
    6 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Autostart_Settings-USB_device.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    77>
    8 Here you can check and adjust autostart settings for usb devices.
     8Here you can check snd adjust autostart settings for usb devices.
    99
    1010[[br]]
    1111
    1212 ||'''Load Partition:''' ||Auto load partitions from usb devices on startup.||
    13  ||'''NTFS write:''' ||Set the ntfs write option or driver.||
     13 ||'''FSCK Record:''' ||allow recording to usb device on startup.||
    1414 ||'''Swap:''' ||enable swap file on usb device.||
    1515 ||'''Swap Size:''' ||set the max size for the swap file on usb devices.||
    16 
     16 ||'''FSCK Swap:''' ||???.||
     17 ||'''Record Max Sectors:''' ||???.||
     18 ||'''Swap Max Sectors:''' ||???.||
    1719 
    1820 To __"Store"__ the settings Exit from the EPG Settings Menu by pressing __"OK"__ or press __"Exit"__ to cancel changes.
  • wiki/pages/fr/VFDisplay

    r37379 r37380  
    33>
    44>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/system-VFDisplay.jpg)]][[BR]]
     5>[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/VFDisplay.jpg)]][[BR]]
    66>
    77>Here you can edit the settings of the VFDisplay
     
    1616 ||'''Behavior at Recording:''' ||What to show in the VFDisplay when the system is recording.||
    1717 ||'''LED Brightness Running''' || set the brightness of the led when the system is running.||
    18  ||'''LED Brightness Standby'''  || set the brightness of the led when the system is in standby.||
     18 ||'''LED Brightness Running'''  || set the brightness of the led when the system is in standby.||
    1919 
    2020 To __"Store"__ the settings Exit from the EPG Settings Menu by pressing __"OK"__ or press __"Exit"__ to cancel changes.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Versions

    r37379 r37380  
    1 [[TranslatedPages]]
    2 
    31----
    42'''6 Versions''' [=#point6] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     
    1311 * ATevio7000 tiTan pre Alpha v1.2a USB
    1412
    15 ''Flash Release History''
     13'''Flash Release History'''
    1614
    17 '''tiTan pre Alpha'''
     15 * tiTan pre Alpha
    1816
    19 '''tiTan pre Alpha v1.2a'''
     17 * tiTan pre Alpha v1.2a
    2018
    21 Changelog Version 1.2A
     19 * Titan version 1.23
    2220
    23 - Protect Channel Free Time function
    24   - Switches off after Pineingabe all channels for an adjustable time free
    25   - Virtual keyboard as input means for input boxes on help -/Text button
    26   - Fixes in Deep Standby / Record / Timeshift
    27   - TV / Radio on bluekey can be laid
    28   - Aktualisert station list
    29   - Minor fixes
    30   - Radio station list
     21 * Titan Version 1.24
    3122
    32 [[br]]
     23 * Titan Version 1.25
    3324
    34 ----
    35 '''Titan version 1.23'''
    36 ----
     25 * Titan Version 1.30
    3726
     27 * Titan Version v1.32
    3828
    39 Changelog Version 1.23 :
    40  
    41  - Kernel update on stm24 P211
    42  - TMDB / imdb / imdbapi fixed
    43  - Tithek youtube fix
    44  - Add mhw and MHW2
    45  - One step OpenTV
    46  - One step dvb -t
    47  - Shut-off timer in the web
    48  - Display setting to in the Infobar of every consignment -
    49  - Fix newsletter on and off
    50  - Fix blind scan
    51  - Fix gmediarender pic view
    52  - Fix nas share as record mount
    53  - Load save video mode in mc
    54  - Fix autostart dlna
    55  - Fix eth0 = off
    56  - Fix manual imdb scan
    57  - Add info button to miniplayer
    58  - Add news category to tithek mainmenu
    59  - Add temp to sort miniplayer
    60  - Fix myvideo
    61  - Add short epg / press 0 in channel list
    62  - Fix MediaDB
    63  - Fix webif cable
    64  - Fix -> set cursor to next cammera
    65  - Update all skins
    66  - Wlan optimize
    67  - Fix patches for lcd support
    68  - Update Settings and Picons
    69  - Fix boot logo
    70  - Add start script before tv
    71  - Fix driver patch
    72  - Change adjust skin
    73  - Fix blinking clock
    74  - Fix formula auto volume change
    75  - Fix rectimer after event
    76  - Optimize tithek
    77  - Fix mute on channel switch
     29 * Titan 1.45iboot
    7830
    79 [[br]]
     31 * Titan 1.47iboot
    8032
    81 ----
    82 '''Titan Version 1.24'''
    83 ----
     33 * Titan 1.49iboot
    8434
     35 * Titan 1.50iboot
    8536
    86  - Changelog Version 1.24
    87  
    88  - New Channel List
    89  - Library continued to improve
    90  - EPG improved
    91  - Format ext3
    92  - Hard drive detection improved ( File Check )
    93  - Improved search settings -
    94  - Added marker for recording -
    95  - Add resettv to begin of HbbTV start
    96  - Add facebook, gmediarender , call monitor , perl / samsung lcd, zapback picture
    97  - Add Atemio preview videos
    98  - Fix transponder
    99  - Change wlan driver
    100  - Add slow motion
    101  - Fix picons
    102  - Fix AddConfig vol
    103  - Fix jfs
    104  - Fix weather
    105  - Add -D cable swap Picons
    106  - Update almost all skins : fix choiceminitv , add usecec & change name ...
    107  - Fix play marker
    108  - Tithek add cache playback ( 10mb/180s )
    109  - Update picons white70 THX matze70
    110  - Update unitymedia cable THX Settings caliban
    111  - Add picon sat1 gold transparent
    112  - Add picons transparent Syfy HD and 13th HD
    113  - Update sat default settings
    114  - Tithek add new hoster
    115  - Use ext3 as default format hdd
    116  - Show different channel name in scan list
    117  - Add cec support / titanium not only the driver
    118  - Fix timer
    119  - Add DVB-T, Support THX gost
    120  - Fix blind scan settings
    121  - Update channel Ulyanov sat
    122  - Update channel sat default
    123  - Update matze70 default settings
    124  - Update Settings matze70 new design
    125  - Fix miniplayer
    126  - Update almost all skins : add cross control , emucontrol & MiniTV
    127  - Update titan_grey swapskin (old default)
    128  - Fix mute atevio7000
    129  - Default skin , remove hidden = yes; cross control , emucontrol & MiniTV
    130  - Update default skin , just some re - formatting
    131  - At7000 little led fix
    132  - Update almost all skins , at7000 led brightness
    133  - Fix ... stop if not used
    134  - At7000 at led brightness final
    135  - Update infobar enable vol + / - on rcleft / rcright enable ch + / - on ...
    136  - New weather icons
    137  - Add timote
    138  - Update all 0815 skins
    139  - Update tobayer01 skins , small fix in epgsearch , set fontcol2
    140  - Write config newsletter direct entry
    141  - Add timeout newsletter and save only if no timeout
    142  - Update cool & coolMiniTV swapskins
    143  - Next fix ac3 increase enlarge
    144  - Fix youtube
    145  - Fix rectimer after event
    146  - Fix for webif atevio700/7000
    147  - Update vpn
    148  - [ Vpn ] update tun.ko to P211
    149  - Update newsletter start / stop
    150  - Fix blinking clock
    151 
    152 [[br]]
    153 
    154 ----
    155 '''Titan Version 1.25'''
    156 ----
    157 
    158 
    159  - Changelog Version 1.25
    160  
    161  - Fixed problems when shooting and switching with multi-tuner
    162  - CI module recognition improved, inter alia, Fixed maxcam and Unicam problems
    163  - EPG Quick Facts added in the menu. Can also be used by pressing the " 0" are called in the station list.
    164  - Automatic backup (user data such as channel lists , network settings , etc. are automatically moved from the v1.25 in a personal folder and the online update again Made . )
    165  - Update the driver for the card reader
    166  - Bouquet / Favorites list change in the EPG view the << >> buttons
    167  - Automatic subtitle start ( below picture and sound settings adjustable)
    168  - Added Permanent Time-Shift function ( beta / trial version) OMay under Main Menu -> Settings -> TimeShift settings are activated.
    169  - WLAN optimized settings
    170  - Multimedia features further improved
    171  - Fixed problems playing and the forward and rewind recordings
    172  - Search for repetitions in the EPG view by pressing the "0" key added
    173  - Easy Sleep Timer: In addition to entering the numbers can also press the << >> buttons to set the time
    174  - Switch off after receiving end -shutdown on possible OIM Sleep Timer menu , press the " GREEN" for turning off " the mission end "
    175  - Message added the automatic shutdown (eg after an exposure) , in which one has the opportunity to stop the shutdown.
    176  - Direct retrieval of detailed information transmitter by pressing the Info button ( 2x)
    177  - Einstellbar under System Settings " Second Infobar "
    178  - Buffer size and resolution of Internet streams can be selected when retrieving a stream
    179  - Tuner can be disabled via the menu
    180  - Added · New menu item " Audio Delay " under picture and sound settings
    181  - SATA port for hard drive can now be selected in System Settings (SATA Connector = internal / external)
    182  - Programmed series can be stored in a separate folder now
    183  - press OIM Recording Timer menu "Create Directory " button "RED" for
    184  - Online Gallery / TiThek : adaptation of the menu view ( size of the images ) by pressing the menu button.
    185  - [AM 7600 ] New menu item " behavior in the Title" VFDisplay menu added (flashing , fade out / in , show record ... ) .
    186  - Update the icons / symbols in the Infobar , channel list and EPG view
    187 
    188 [[br]]
    189 
    190 ----
    191 '''Titan Version 1.30'''
    192 ----
    193 
    194 
    195  - Changelog Version 1.30
    196 
    197  - Update station list Astra 19.2 and 13.0 Hotbrid
    198  - Update library
    199  - Update (menu interface) Skins
    200  - New bootloader i -boot
    201  - Boot times AM 500/510 HD under 16 seconds
    202  - Boot times AM 7500/7600 HD PVR less than 20 seconds
    203  - Image output on the TV right after the turn of the device.
    204  - Various boat setting
    205  - Simplify installation of future firmware updates
    206  - Dual boot fit ( not yet active)
    207  - New: stations can be assigned to individual CI modules now
    208  - Main menu à System -> CI modules at Blue button (transmitter)
    209  - Support for various CI modules improved.
    210  - Improving the Wi-Fi settings
    211  - Added display HDD / capacity in timer overview and Media Player
    212  - Setting under : Main Menu à Settings à Skin Settings
    213  - Fixed menu display problems in 3D mode
    214  - EPG display improved (jumps with buttons 7 and 9 possible)
    215  - Improved time-shift and permanent time shift function
    216  - Sleep timer improves
    217  - Improved unicable Settings
    218 
    219 [[br]]
    220 
    221 ----
    222 '''Titan Version v1.32'''
    223 ----
    224 
    225 
    226  - Changelog Version 1.32
    227 
    228  - Atemio AM 500 HD (incl. new i-boot bootloader)
    229  - Atemio AM 510 HD (incl. new i-boot bootloader)
    230  - Atemio AM 7500 HD PVR (including new i-boot bootloader)
    231  - Atemio AM 7600 HD PVR (including new i-boot bootloader)
    232  - Atevio AV 700 HD
    233  - Atevio AV 7000 HD PVR
    234  - Atevio AV 7500 HD PVR (including new i-boot bootloader)
    235 
    236  - Update Channel List Astra 19.2 and 13.0 Hotbrid
    237  - Update station list Unity Media and Kabel BW
    238  - Update library
    239  - XXX streams / portals can be hidden in the library. (Menu button in the library press)
    240  - Problem with sorting in the FileList corrected and improved
    241  - Added Smart Card menu item
    242  - Improved file manager / file browser
    243  - Hard disk indicator improved
    244  - Repair function of var improves / mnt
    245  - Auto Timer improves
    246  - Errors in various TPK packages resolved.
    247  - Record timer added in the web interface.
    248 
    249 [[br]]
    250 
    251 ----
    252 '''Titan 1.45iboot'''
    253 ----
    254 
    255 
    256  - Changelog Version 1.32
    257 
    258  - New iboot bootloader
    259  * Memory management improved
    260  * Extended Flash memory to 11MB
    261 
    262  - Optimization of the channel search
    263  - New plug-in ( TPK package) e2webserv
    264  - Problem with subtitles resolved
    265  - 2x rcyellow add to player for subtitle
    266  - Support of 4TB hard drives
    267  - Update Video Player
    268  - Problem sorting the provider corrected
    269  - EPG search improves
    270  - Fixed problem with dlna
    271  - Problem with NSFB and Call Monitor resolved
    272  - Subtitle and EPG PID is stored in the recording
    273  - ARD library added
    274  - Update imdbfolder
    275  - Update the various menu languages
    276  - File Browser improves
    277  - Swap mount problem solved
    278  - Memory test before plugin installation added
    279  - Installation of TPK packages improved.
    280  - Installation FLASH (FLASH) : install in flash memory is deleted after a firmware update .
    281  - MNT installation ( FLASH) : installation in the flash, still present after firmware update.
    282  - SWAP installation (USB or HDD): Installing to USB / HDD , still present after image update .
    283  - Titan -plugin- keymaps -neutrino • Fixed problems with plug
    284  - Update all Skins
    285  - Media Player improves
    286  - improved CI module support
    287  - Update Web Interface
    288  - Added EPG Webtimer
    289  - Screenshot Auto Refresh
    290  - Fixed problem with recording button
    291  - Update the list of channels
    292  - unicable function ( single-cable ) improved
    293  - Problems with unicable receiving fixed
    294  - Permanent Time shift function improved. With the Play button can now be called up again the recording folder .
    295  - improved WLAN function
    296  - Added function to backup / restore settings
    297  - Update the screen saver
    298  - Support for ext4 -> storage media can be formatted now available in ext4 .
    299  - Plug-in ( TPK packets)
    300  - improved auto- timer plugin
    301  - channel lists revised
    302  - New plug Enigma2 WebIf API ( network) only .
    303  * Allows access to TitanNit by an E2 clients (eg dreaMote App on Iphone ) . After installing the program on a Atemio receiver with TitanNit it is possible by means of an E2 - clients to control the receiver to stream channels and recordings , and manage the timer. This works both with a corresponding app on iOS or on a PC (or Raspberry Pi ) with the XBMC software ( VU +).
    304  * We tested dreaMote Lite , dreaMote , e2RemoteHD and Dreambox Live on iOS , and with XBMC under Windows7 and Raspberry Pi
    305  - Zapback advertising Zapper PlugIn
    306  - Fixed problems with TPK packages "open VPN " and " gemediarender "
    307 
    308 [[br]]
    309 
    310 ----
    311 '''Titan 1.47iboot'''
    312 ----
    313 
    314 
    315  - Changelog Version 1.32
    316  
    317  - In the Media Center was "start at the last position" fixed.
    318  - The RC Recall function for the Atemio 520 was installed.
    319  - For remote controls, the RC-resolution and the RC mute on the Atevio700/7000 and Atemio 7600 all key bindings now work correctly.
    320  - The resolution function has been extended for Scart and YUV.
    321  - The recording of the screen shoot for the background image is taken after 10 min of recording, the recording is shorter then the first frame is taken.
    322  - The Screenshoot function in Media Center on the Record button fixed.
    323  - In the web interface at the Screenshoot now the video display plus the OSD will display.
    324  - In the Media Center automatic TMDB / imdb wallpapers search has been fixed.
    325  - The manual search in imdb has been fixed.
    326  - Satellite channel lists default and adjusted TPK updates.
    327  
    328 [[br]]
    329 
    330 ----
    331 '''Titan 1.49iboot'''
    332 ----
    333 
    334 
    335  - Changelog Version 1.47
    336 
    337  - Changed hard drives formatting
    338  - Revised Mount System
    339  - Cutting function of the recordings
    340  - Setting Updates
    341  - HBBTV removed, thus in the image more Ram
    342  - Library revised
    343  - Panel Functions in the Image Settings
    344  - Shifted Flash labels down
    345  -  Installed Screenshoot with video -
    346  - Mediatheques local search built
    347  - Complete base image was updated
    348  - Vizcam, mod oscam and oscam away YMOD
    349  - Web browser favorites update
    350  - Fix mute button
    351  - Marker autoseek
    352  - Fix gbox config
    353  - Fixed TPK updates
    354  - Update the channel lists for TPK and default list
    355  - Adapted picons for new stations
    356  - Skins adapted for new functions in the menus
    357 
    358 [[br]]
    359 
    360 ----
    361 '''Titan 1.50iboot'''
    362 ----
    363 The following ticket fixed:
    364  
    365  - Internal Player - rewind does not work
    366  - General - When updating the 520 one also sees the 5200 updates
    367  - General - Web interface rc rc code image and adaptable boxes mipsel for both missing
    368  - Audio - ac3 sound <- in tv mode has no influence lautstärle leveler
    369  - LCD - Display AM 5000
    370  - Ci - ci modules
    371  - Media Center - Desktop Wallpaper Media Center missing
    372  - General - plug-ins and settings will be lost after each update
    373  - External player - volume leveler no effective
    374  - Gui - showiframe still does not work
    375  - Tuner - Second Tuner ( plug-in) will not appear in the 5200 / recognized
    376  - General - Press CH up / down reversed
    377  - component1 - xupnpd as a DLNA server
    378  - Skins - ... infobar closed from tobayer
    379  - Gui - hdd format it will not be displayed dateisyteme closed
    380  - TitanNit - no record in standby
    381  - System - NTFSwrite parameter resume in closed settings
    382  - General - The wysiwyg display at the wiki editing brings erroneous entries
    383  - General - Protection of minors has no effect
    384  - General - [ Am520 ] flashing display for remote control operation
    385  - General - shift caused by transmitters reboot the box
    386  - General - scripts before and after shooting
    387  - System - menu item will change color saturation color temperature
    388  - General - Recovery time ( recoverrun ) is not saved
    389  - TiThek - No thumbnails of each video in the TiThek
    390  - General - Review Dutch translation
    391 
    392 [[br]]
    393 
    394 ----
    395 '''Titan 1.53iboot'''
    396 ----
    397 The following ticket fixed:
    398  
    399 all
    400  - Revised channel lists
    401  - Reworked skins
    402  - LCD perl fixed
    403  - Fix oscam nightly
    404  - online Library extended (FilmOn TV)
    405  - Improved channel search
    406  - Picon adapted and added new channels
    407  - deleted the 320x240 Picon Samsung LCD, please the X-Light install transparent.
    408    
    409 mipsel
    410  - WLAN Fixed Atemio 5200
    411  - Allow for e2 Telnet and FTP Atemio 5200
    412 
    413 ----
    414 '''Titan 1.55iboot'''
    415 ----
    416 Changelog:
    417  
    418  - Added language files
    419  - Fixed Skins
    420  - Fixed Library (eg, rtl, RTL2, Super RTL, rtlnitro, ntv, vox, etc.) and added new hoster and inserted an improved search function
    421  - Improved web interface (added online and off line help)
    422  - Added IP boxes
    423  - Added Ufs913
    424  - Extended transponder and Settings
    425  - Add PIP and installed Oled Skins for Atemio Nemesis
    426  - EMU installation removed in Flash and configs extended
  • wiki/pages/fr/WLAN-Settings

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    22>'''3.5.4.2 WLAN Settings''' [=#point3.5.4.2] ([wiki:Network#point3.5.4 network (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/WLAN-Settings.jpg)]]br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can check and adjust the settings for your wireless interface.
  • wiki/pages/fr/Wiki

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    11[[TranslatedPages]]
    2 {{{#!div align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 300%"
    3  
    4 Welcome to the TitanNit Wiki
     2[=#point0]
     3
     4{{{#!th rowspan=6 align=justify 
     5>[[br]]
     6>= Welcome to the TitanNit Wiki =
     7>[[br]]
     8>* [WikiStart#point0 Main page]
     9>
     10>                  '''Contents''' 
     11>
     12>* [wiki:History#point1 1 History]
     13>* [wiki:Functions#point2 2 Functions]
     14>* [wiki:Interface-Operation#point3 3 interface de et le contenu de fonctionnement]
     15> * [wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.1 3.1 Records et EPG]
     16> * [wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.2 3.2 centre des médias]
     17> * [wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.3 3.3 lecteur multimédia]
     18> * [wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.4 3.4 extensions]
     19> * [wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.5 3.5 système]
     20> * [wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.6 3.6 paramètres]
     21> * [wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.7 3.7 informations]
     22> * [wiki:Interface-Operation#point3.8 3.8 Veille Arrêt]
     23>* [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point3.9 4.0 Contenu de la télécommande / de périphérique]
     24> * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.1 4.1 Télécommande RC]
     25> * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.2 4.2 Le contrôle des périphériques]
     26> * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.3 4.3 Interface Web]
     27> * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.4 4.4 contrôle de Telnet]
     28> * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.5 4.5 Rgui]
     29> * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.6 4.6 Bootloader]
     30> * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.7 4.7 TitanNit Web-IF (Htmlapi)]
     31> * [wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point4.80 4.8 FTP (File Transfer Protocol)]
     32>* [wiki:Architecture-Programming#point4  5 Architecture et programmation]
     33>* [wiki:Versions#point6 6 Versions]
     34>* [wiki:Supported-Receivers#point7 7 récepteur en charge]
     35>* [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8 8 Sommaire Installation / récupération]
     36> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.1 8.1 Atemio510 et les modèles compatibles]
     37> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.2 8.2 Atemio520 et les modèles compatibles]
     38> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.3 8.3 Atemio530 et les modèles compatibles]
     39> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.4 8.4 Atemio7600 et les modèles compatibles]
     40> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.5 8.5 Atemio700 et les modèles compatibles]
     41> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.6 8.6 Atemio7000 et les modèles compatibles]
     42> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.7 8.7 Ufs910]
     43> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.8 8.8 Ufs912]
     44> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.9 8.9 Ufs922]
     45> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.10 8.10 Installation sur un autre récepteur Fortis]
     46> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.11 8.11 Installation sur un autre récepteur Fortis]
     47> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.12 8.12 Update Titan]
     48> * [wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8.13 8.13 IRD Download Location]
     49>* [wiki:External-Software#point9 9 Contenu de logiciels externes]
     50> * [wiki:External-Software-TiMote#point9.1 9.1 TiMote (Android)]
     51> * [wiki:External-Software-TiView#point9.2 9.2 TiView (PC)]
     52> * [wiki:External-Software-SatChannelListEditor#point9.3 9.3 SatChannelListEditor]
     53> * [wiki:External-Software-E2WebIfAPI#point9.4 9.4 E2WebIfAPI]
     54> * [wiki:External-Software-TitanEditor#point9.5 9.5 TitanEditor]
     55> * [wiki:External-Software-TitanNitLanguageEditor#point9.6 9.6 TitanNitLanguageEditor]
     56>* [wiki:Plugins-Contents#point10 10 Plugin matières]
     57> * [wiki:Plugins-Screensavers#point10.1 10.1 D'écran]
     58> * [wiki:Plugins-Bootlogos#point10.2 10.2 Bootlogos]
     59> * [wiki:Plugins-Browser#point10.3 10.3 navigateur Web]
     60> * [wiki:Plugins-Infos#point10.5 10.5 Infos]
     61> * [wiki:Plugins-Channel-Lists#point10.6 10.6 listes de canaux]
     62> * [wiki:Plugins-Keymaps#point10.7 10.7 Keymaps]
     63> * [wiki:Plugins-LcdPearlSkins#point10.8 10.8 LCD Pearl Skins]
     64> * [wiki:Plugins-LcdSamsungSkins#point10.9 10.9 LCD Samsung Skins]
     65> * [wiki:Plugins-Network#point10.10 10.10 Network]
     66> * [wiki:Plugins-Player#point10.11 10.11 lecteur multimédia]
     67> * [wiki:Plugins-Fonts#point10.12 10.12 Fonts]
     68> * [wiki:Plugins-station-logos#point10.13 10.13 logos de la Manche]
     69> * [wiki:Plugins-Skins#point10.14 10.14 Skins]
     70> * [wiki:Plugins-Games#point10.15 10.15 Jeux]
     71> * [wiki:Plugins-Tools#point10.16 10.16 outils]
     72> * [wiki:Plugins-Wlan#point10.17 10.17 Wlan]
     73>* [wiki:Development#point11 11 développement]
     74>* [wiki:Troubleshooting#point12 12 Dépannage]
     75> * [wiki:Troubleshooting#point12.1 12.1 rapports de bogues]
     76> * [wiki:Troubleshooting#point12.2 12.2 Mise à jour de de bogues]
     77> * [wiki:Troubleshooting#point12.3 12.3 résoudre de bogues]
     78> * [wiki:Troubleshooting#point12.4 12.4 Debuglevel]
     79> * [wiki:Troubleshooting#point12.5 12.5 Les traces de débogage]
     80>* [wiki:Manufactures#point13 13 fabrique]
     81>* [wiki:Community#point14 14 communauté]
     82>* [wiki:Contact#point15 15 Contacter]
     83>* [wiki:Translation#point16 16 traduction]
     84>* [wiki:Disclaimer#point17 17 désistement]
    585}}}
    6 ----
    7 '''Noticeboard'''
    8 ----
    9 [[Image(source:/ipk/source/bootlogos_TitanNit_0_3/_path_/etc/boot/bootlogo.jpg, 240px, align=right,link=http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum/forum.php)]]
    10 {{{#!html
    11 <form action="//sbnc.dyndns.tv/trac/search?q" method="get">
    12 <input type="text" name="q" value="" size="30"/>
    13 <input type="submit" value="Search wiki"/>
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    15 </form>
    16 }}}
    17 
    18 This is the TitanNit Online Manual. Its existence is based solely on the contributions of the members of the community.
    19 
    20 This manual remains incomplete, although it comes closer on a daily basis, as the TitanNit software is continually being developed and improved this site is repeatedly extended and adapted.
    21 
    22 There may be functionality that does not yet exist in this manual, so please feel free to pitch in and make any changes you see fit, that way as TitanNit evolves this manual will continue to evolve as well.
    23 
    24 If you are unsure if you should put some information in here or not, please feel free to contact us on [wiki:Contact#point15 Skype].
    25 Registered users may edit and create pages, and if you wish to access the wiki svn to upload pictures via TortiseSVN please contact us on [wiki:Contact#point15 Skype].
    26 
    27 For those of you who help us by contributing to this wiki might want to keep an eye on the [[http://www.aaf-digital.info/forum/forumdisplay.php?278-TitanNit | TitanNit]] section in the forum, and we may be able to provide you with some developer only beta tools and updates for use to test functions and take forth comming screen shots for the wiki and to test new features.
    28 
    29 Currently translations for other languages would be high on the list if you are able to help with translation's on the wiki go for it if you are able to help with gui translations please see [wiki:External-Software-TitanNitLanguageEditor#point9.6 TitanNitLanguageEditor] for information on creating and submitting these to the devs.
    30  
    31 This manual was created in order to help the users of TitanNit as a place to consolidate the information accrued over the years on the AAFforum and to tap in the flow of information from the developers.
    32 
    33 Please note that information on Emus, Illegal decryption of channels, card sharing and the like is not allowed, any information placed on this wiki is up for editing and modification by the community so don't get angry if it is removed or edited.
    34 
    35 NO copyrighted content is to be placed on this wiki if you are not the copyright holder of pictures or information placed on here or blatently copy works from other sources you may be banned from the wiki and or forum.
    36 
    37 ----
    38 '''Contents Section''' ([WikiStart#point0 Main page(language select)])
    39 [[br]]
    40 ----
    41 {{{#!div style="width: 1100px; margin: auto"
    42  {{{#!table style="border: none"
    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/Quick-Start-Guide.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Quick-Start-Guide#point0 Quick Start Guide])]]
    46   }}}
    47   '''[wiki:Quick-Start-Guide#point0 Quick Start Guide]'''[[br]]
    48   {{{#!div style="float: left
    49 This section contains the quick start guide where users can set up titanin a short precise way.
    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/History.png,align=left,link=[wiki:History#point1 TitanNit Info])]]
    55   }}}
    56   '''[wiki:History#point1 TitanNit Info]'''[[br]]
    57   {{{#!div style="float: left
    58 This section contains background information in reguards to TitanNit
    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/Functions.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Functions#point2 Interface Elements])]]
    64   }}}
    65   '''[wiki:Functions#point2 Interface Elements]'''[[br]]
    66   {{{#!div style="float: left
    67 This setion contains information on the interface of TitanNit
    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/Interface-Operation.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Interface-Operation#point3 Interface and Operation])]]
    74   }}}
    75   '''[wiki:Interface-Operation#point3 Interface and Operation]'''[[br]]
    76   {{{#!div style="float: left
    77 This section shows the interface and menu structure within TitanNit
    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.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point3.9 Remote/ Device Control contents])]]
    83   }}}
    84   '''[wiki:Remote-Device-Control#point3.9 Remote/ Device Control]'''[[br]]
    85   {{{#!div style="float: left
    86 This section contains information on the control of titan from the various remote interfaces
    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/Architecture-Programming.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Architecture-Programming#point4  Architecture and Programming])]]
    92   }}}
    93   '''[wiki:Architecture-Programming#point4  Architecture and Programming]'''[[br]]
    94   {{{#!div style="float: left
    95 This section contains information on the the various architecture and programming information regarding TitanNit
    96   }}}
    97   }}}
    98   |----
    99   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    100   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    101 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Versions.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Versions#point6 Versions])]]
    102   }}}
    103   '''[wiki:Versions#point6 Versions]'''[[br]]
    104  {{{#!div style="float: left
    105 This section explains the different versions of TitanNit and their differences.
    106   }}}
    107   }}}
    108   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    109   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    110 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Supported-Recievers.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Supported-Receivers#point7 Supported Receivers])]]
    111   }}}
    112   '''[wiki:Supported-Receivers#point7 Supported Receivers]'''[[br]]
    113    {{{#!div style="float: left
    114 This section details the supported receiver models in TitanNit.
    115   }}}
    116   }}}
    117   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    118   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    119 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Installation-Recovery.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8 Installation / Recovery])]]
    120   }}}
    121   '''[wiki:Installation-Recovery#point8 Installation / Recovery]'''[[br]]
    122   {{{#!div style="float: left
    123 This section contains information on how to install and recover your titan installation.
    124   }}}
    125   }}}
    126   |----
    127   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    128   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    129 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/External-Software.png,align=left,link=[wiki:External-Software#point9 External Software])]]
    130   }}}
    131   '''[wiki:External-Software#point9 External Software]'''[[br]]
    132   {{{#!div style="float: left
    133 This section explains external software for use with TitanNit.
    134   }}}
    135   }}}
    136   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    137   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    138 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Plugins.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Plugins-Contents#point10 Plugins])]]
    139   }}}
    140   '''[wiki:Plugins-Contents#point10 Plugin]'''[[br]]
    141   {{{#!div style="float: left
    142 This section will show you the various plugins available for titan and their source codes.
    143   }}}
    144   }}}
    145   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    146   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    147 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Development.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Development#point11 Development])]]
    148   }}}
    149   '''[wiki:Development#point11 Development]'''[[br]]
    150   {{{#!div style="float: left
    151 This section details information on how to develop plugins for TitanNit.
    152   }}}
    153   }}}
    154 |----
    155   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    156   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    157 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Troubleshooting.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Troubleshooting#point12 Troubleshooting])]]
    158   }}}
    159   '''[wiki:Troubleshooting#point12 Troubleshooting]'''[[br]]
    160   {{{#!div style="float: left
    161 This section explains using the trac bug system.
    162   }}}
    163   }}}
    164   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    165   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    166 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Manufactures.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Manufactures#point13 Manufactures])]]
    167   }}}
    168   '''[wiki:Manufactures#point13 Manufacturers]'''[[br]]
    169   {{{#!div style="float: left
    170 This section will show you information about various manufacturers of TitanNit capable hardware.
    171   }}}
    172   }}}
    173   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    174   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    175 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Community.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Community#point14 Community])]]
    176   }}}
    177   '''[wiki:Community#point14 Community]'''[[br]]
    178   {{{#!div style="float: left
    179 This section details information on how to get support for titan.
    180   }}}
    181   }}}
    182 |----
    183   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    184   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    185 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Contact.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Contact#point15 Contact])]]
    186   }}}
    187   '''[wiki:Contact#point15 Contact]'''[[br]]
    188    {{{#!div style="float: left
    189 This section has info on how to contact the TitanNit Team.
    190   }}}
    191   }}}
    192   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    193   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    194 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Translation.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Translation#point16 Translation])]]
    195   }}}
    196   '''[wiki:Translation#point16 Translation]'''[[br]]
    197   {{{#!div style="float: left
    198 This section is for wiki editors to place translation marks there.
    199   }}}
    200   }}}
    201   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    202   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    203 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Disclaimer.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Disclaimer#point17 Disclaimer])]]
    204   }}}
    205   '''[wiki:Disclaimer#point17 Disclaimer]'''[[br]]
    206   {{{#!div style="float: left
    207 This section contains a legal disclaimer.
    208   }}}
    209   }}}
    210 |----
    211   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    212   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    213 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Testpage.png,align=left,link=[wiki:Testpage#point17 Testpage])]]
    214   }}}
    215   '''[wiki:Testpage#point17 Testpage]'''[[br]]
    216    {{{#!div style="float: left
    217 This is a test page for testing wiki code
    218   }}}
    219   }}}
    220 
    221  }}}
    222 }}}
    223 ----
    224 '''Screenshots of the interface'''
    225 ----
    226 {{{#!div align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 300%"
    227 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Mainmenu.jpg, 250px)]]
    228 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Recordsand_EPG.jpg, 250px)]]
    229 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Media_Center.jpg, 250px)]]
    230 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Media_player.jpg, 250px)]]
    231 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Extentions.jpg, 250px)]]
    232 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/System.jpg, 250px)]]
    233 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Settings.jpg, 250px)]]
    234 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Information.jpg, 250px)]]
    235 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Standby_Poweroff.jpg, 250px)]]
    236 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Playback-OSD.jpg, 250px)]]
    237 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/EPG-OSD.jpg, 250px)]]
    238 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Internal-Player-OSD.jpg, 250px)]]
    239 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Favourite-OSD.jpg, 250px)]]
    240 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/Web_Control.jpg, 250px)]]
    241 [[br]]
    242 }}}
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    11[[TranslatedPages]]
    22{{{#!div align=center style="border: none; font-size: 300%"
    3 Welcome to the TitanNit Project
     3Bienvenue sur le projet de TitanNit
    44}}}
    55----
    66
    77{{{#!div align=center style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    8  [=#point0]'''please select your language''' :
     8 [=#point0]'''s'il vous plaît choisir votre langue''' :
    99
    1010||= '''[wiki:de/Wiki#point0 Deutsch]''' =||= '''[wiki:en/Wiki#point0 English]''' =||= '''[wiki:fr/Wiki#point0 Français]''' =||= '''[wiki:gr/Wiki#point0 ελληνικός]''' =||= '''[wiki:it/Wiki#point0 Italiano]''' =||= '''[wiki:nl/Wiki#point0 Nederlands]''' =||= '''[wiki:pl/Wiki#point0 Polski]''' =||= '''[wiki:ru/Wiki#point0 Русский]''' =||= '''[wiki:vn/Wiki#point0 Vietnam]''' =||
     11||= [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/DE/de.png,link=wiki:de/Wiki#point0)]] =||= [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/EN/en.png,link=wiki:en/Wiki#point0))]] =||= [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/fr.png,link=wiki:fr/Wiki#point0))]] =||= [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/GR/gr.png,link=wiki:gr/Wiki#point0))]] =||= [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/IT/it.png,link=wiki:it/Wiki#point0))]] =||= [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/NL/nl.png,link=wiki:nl/Wiki#point0))]] =||= [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/PL/pl.png,link=wiki:pl/Wiki#point0))]] =||= [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/RU/ru.png,link=wiki:ru/Wiki#point0))]] =||= [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/VN/vn.png,link=wiki:vn/Wiki#point0))]] =||
    1112[[br]]
    1213[[br]]
  • wiki/pages/fr/prozesslist

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    22>'''3.7.8.6.8 Prozesslist''' [=#point3.7.8.6.8] ([WikiStart#point3.7.8.6 System Infos (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/FR/prozesslist.jpg)]][[br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can view the detailed Process info.
  • wiki/pages/gr/Adaptor-Settings

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    22>'''3.5.4.1 Adaptor Settings''' [=#point3.5.4.1] ([#point3.5.1 network (Back])
    33>
     4>Menu Picture place holder:
    45>
    5 >[[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/GR/Adaptor-Settings.jpg)]]br]]
     6>[[Image(http://i.imgur.com/3TwQr.jpg, 400)]][[br]]
    67>
    78Here you can check and adjust the settings for your Eithernet Interface.
  • wiki/pages/gr/Adjust

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    4747 ||'''Playback Buffer Size:''' ||set the size of the read ahead buffer during playback of media files for smooth playback. ||
    4848 ||'''Time to Wait After Seek to Fill Buffer:''' ||Pausetime after seek to enable buffer to fill during playback to ensure smooth playback. ||
    49  ||'''Community User:''' ||Set the default username for username propmts. ||
    50  ||'''Community Pass:''' ||Set the default Password for password propmts. ||
    51 
     49 
    5250 To __"Store"__ the settings Exit from the EPG Settings Menu by pressing __"OK"__ or press __"Exit"__ to cancel changes.
    5351 
  • wiki/pages/gr/Architecture-Programming

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    2 
    31----
    42'''5 Architecture - programming contents''' [=#point5] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
     
    1210Please select an item below for more information.
    1311
    14 {{{#!div style="width: 1100px; margin: auto"
    15  {{{#!table style="border: none"
    16   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    17   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    18 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Architecture-Programming/Architectures.png,align=left,link=[#point5.1])]]
    19   }}}
    20   '''([#point5.1 Architectures])'''[[br]]
    21   {{{#!div style="float: left
    22 Information on the various supported archetures supported by TitanNit
    23   }}}
    24   }}}
    25   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    26   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    27 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Architecture-Programming/Programming_Language.png,align=left,link=[#point5.2])]]
    28   }}}
    29   '''([#point5.2 Programming language])'''[[br]]
    30   {{{#!div style="float: left
    31 Information on the underlying programming of TitanNit.
    32   }}}
    33   }}}
    34   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    35   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    36 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Architecture-Programming/Source_Control.png,align=left,link=[#point5.3])]]
    37   }}}
    38   '''([#point5.3 Source control])'''[[br]]
    39   {{{#!div style="float: left
    40 Information on the source code and policies Of TitanNit.
    41   }}}
    42   }}}
    43   |----
    44   {{{#!td align=center valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%"
    45   {{{#!div style="float: left"
    46 [[Image(source:/wiki/Wiki-Pictures/Common/Icons/Architecture-Programming/The_Dev_Team.png,align=left,link=[#point5.4])]]
    47   }}}
    48   '''([#point5.4 The Dev Team])'''[[br]]
    49   {{{#!div style="float: left
    50 Here you will find the[[BR]] members of the dev team.
    51   }}}
    52   }}}
    53 }}}
    54 }}}
     12 * ([#point5.1 architecture])
     13 * ([#point5.2 Programming language])
     14 * ([#point5.3 Source control])
     15 * ([#point5.4 The Dev Team])
    5516
    5617----
    5718'''5.1 Architecture''' [=#point5.1] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
    5819----
    59 '''SH4'''
     20[[br]]
    6021
    61 TitanNit was first established on the SH4 (Super-H) chipset for the atemio and kathrin receivers.
    6222
    63 The Super-H (SH4) chipset is a biendian 32bit RISC Superscaler chipset, this chipset is aimed at increacing throughput by using called instruction-level parallelism within a single core.
     23Currently the only supported architecture is the Super-H (sh4), the chipset is a biendian 32bit RISC chipset originally developed for multimedia devices, gaming consoles and set top boxes and was used in the Sega's Dreamcast.
     24it has prooved popular because of its low cost and high proformance and has found use in many low power embedded devices because of it low power consumption.
    6425
    65 Originally developed for multimedia devices, gaming consoles and set top boxes and was used in the Sega's Dreamcast.
    66 it has prooved popular because of its low cost and high proformance, it has found use in many low power embedded devices.
     26Titannit is linux based and is based on ST micro electronics opensource linux project made for the Super-H chipset called ([http://stlinux.com/ STLinux]).
    6727
    68 Titannit SH4 is a linux based and is based on ST micro electronics opensource linux project made for the Super-H chipset called ([http://stlinux.com/ STLinux]).
    69 
    70 The SH4 chipset has been popular with the satellite community because of the quality of the display output due to inclusion of a high class floating point math unit and high speed bus which is the key components used for drawing graphics, the open source nature of the linux system that runs on it, since its introduction it has had many third party firmwares developed for it from different development teams.
     28The sh4 chipset has been popular with the satellite community because of the quality of the display output and the open source nature of the linux system that runs on it, since its introduction has had many third party firmwares developed for it from different development teams.
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    7230TitanNit is Team AAF's sucessor to the AAF enigma 2 based firmware, aaf enigma is not currently developed and support has ended to futher develop TitanNit we reccomend that if current AAF Enigma users update to TitanNit for future support.
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    76 '''Mips'''
    77 
    78 After the sucess with TitanNit on the SH4 chipset the developers then started development on the Mips chipset for use with the newly introduced Atemio 5000 series receivers.
    79 
    80 The Mips chipset (Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages) is a biendian 32bit RISC chipset, this chipset is aimed at increacing throughput by using deep instruction piplines combined with single cycle instruction processing.
    81 
    82 Originally developed for the embedded market it has found use in consumer products gaming consoles and set top boxes and was used in the Nintendo 64 and three Sony Playstation products.
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    84 The chipset has prooved popular in the STB market because of the inclusion in the Dreambox Recievers that has spawned clone and copy cat receivers, but it has a draw back that it lacks finness in the picture quality department over the SH4 based receivers as explained above, it has the advantage that it has a larger user base and therfore more plugins are available currently than the sh4 chipset based recievers.
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    86 Titannit Mips is a linux based and is based on the open source project [https://github.com/oe-alliance oe-alliance].
    87 
    88 The Mips chipset has been popular with the satellite community because of open source nature of the dbox based firmwares since its introduction has had many third party firmwares developed for it from different development teams.
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    92 '''Future Architectures'''
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    94 There is a possibility that development may spread to other Receiver models and other architectures in the future such as the ARM architecture or PPC.
    95 Future development to support more Receivers is at the mercy of the developers and also the Hardware manufacturers who support the TitanNit project.
     32Note: There is a possibility that development may spread to other Receiver models and other architectures such as the Proadcom MIPS architecture.  Future development to support more Receivers is at the mercy of the developers and also the Hardware manufacturers.
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    10037'''5.2 Programming Language''' [=#point5.2] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
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    10342For performance reasons we have opted to use C programming language [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_(programming_language) wiki]
     
    10645Python is a higher level scripting language used to define and setup elements in the gui and for an intrim language between the OS that is easily programmable.
    10746This was done so that users can easily develop and manipulate the system and integrate plugins skins etc... into the system but this has a performance hit on these system and can cause them to become slow and laggy and bloated but has the benifit of being easy for the community to develop for with out knowing much about the underlying system.
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    109 The problem with this system has been that python has become so ingrained into the system and gui and often is now beyond the capibilities for the average user it was intended to used by not to mention it is a semi complicated language to learn to start with.
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    11148TitanNit adresses these key conserns and has developed as much as possible br programming in C to increase the performance of the system but still alowing ease of intergration of plugins and skins using basic scripts.
     
    11653'''5.3 Source Control''' [=#point5.3] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
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    118 TitanNit is a semi closed source project and contains open source elements released as required by the licences of those projects.
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    120  * The basic Linux Image used in the SH4 project is the open source Project [https://gitorious.org/open-duckbox-project-sh4 open-duckbox-project-sh4]
    121  * The basic Linux Image used in the Mips project is the open source Project [https://github.com/oe-alliance oe-alliance]
     57TitanNit is a semi closed source project based on the SH4 open duckbox project and contains open source elements released as required by the licences of those projects.
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     59 * The basic Linux Image used in the project is the open source Project [https://gitorious.org/open-duckbox-project-sh4 open-duckbox-project-sh4]
    12260 * TitanNit Source is nonpublic and is only partially freed[source:/titan TitanNit Public Source]
    12361 * The MediaCenter is from [http://ffmpeg.org ffmpeg] and the libeplayer3 is from [https://gitorious.org/open-duckbox-project sh4/tdt/source/tdt/cvs/apps/misc/tools/libeplayer3 libeplayer3]
    12462 * Busybox is a set of unix style tools combined into a single executable [http://www.busybox.net/]
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    13068'''5.4 The Dev team''' [=#point5.4] ([wiki:Wiki#point0 Contents]) ([WikiStart#point0 Main page])
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    13272The TitanNit project is proudly produced by the AAF Dev team and other loyal members and helpers.
    13373development is important aswell as the work they do to help out with such things as skin's, channel logo's and setups, translations, supplemental programs and tools, and plugins and this is a place for them to be recognized.
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    135 ''Note: currently this section is blank as I will leave it up to the developers and other loyal team members to place their mark''
     75''Note: currently this section is blank as i will leave it up to the developers and other loyal team members to place their mark''
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    13878'''Founding DEV Team Members'''
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