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Remote/ Device control
This section contains information about how to control your decoder and how it can be controlled from local and remote sources and helpfull information and tricks to get the most possible experience with your Receiver.
Please select a menu item from the GUI for more information
4.1 RC Remote Control (top of the page)
- (RC Atevio700)
- (RC Atevio7000, Atevio7500, Atemio7600)
- (RC Atemio500, Atemio510)
- (RC Atemio520)
- (RC Atemio520-V2)
- (RC Atemio530)
4.1.1 RC Remote Control Atevio700 (back)
TEXT RC Atevio 700
4.1.2 RC Remote Control Atevio7000, Atevio7500, Atemio7600 (back)
Programming the universal remote to operate a supported TV
This section explains how to automatically search and program your universal remote control to operate your tv
NOTE: If there are no inputs for 10 seconds during setting the TV RC code the setting mode is terminated.
Automatic code search
Reset remote to factory programming
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.
4.1.3 RC Remote Control Atemio 500 / Atemio 510 (back)
TEXT RC Atemio 500/510
4.1.4 RC Remote Control Atemio 520 (back)
TEXT RC Atemio 520
4.1.5 RC Remote Control Atemio 520 V2 (back)
TEXT RC Atemio 520-V2
4.1.6 RC Remote Control Atemio 530 (back)
TEXT RC Atemio 530
4.1.7 RC Remote Control Kathrein UFS910 (back)
TEXT RC UFS 910
4.1.8 RC Remote Control Kathrein UFS912 (back)
TEXT RC UFS912
4.1.9 RC Remote Control Kathrein UFS922 (back)
TEXT RC UFS922
4.2 On Device Control (top of the page)
The section contains information on the functions and operation of your Receiver from the onboard buttons. Please note: the control is very limited from the on device controls but simple menu and tv control's can be made:
Device Controll keys
Power This Key Switches to the power menu or shuts down depending on the "power action" see (Adjust) for more info. Menu: This Key brongs up the on screen display/ menu. Ok: This key accept on screen prompts. D-pad: These buttons can control the volume and TV channel when on the TV display it can also be used to navigate the menu and on screen prompts.
4.3 Web Interface (top of the page)
The section contains information on the functions and operation of your Receiver from the web interface over LWAN, LAN or wifi.
4.3.1 Channel list (top of the page)
All Show All Channels from all Bouquets . Sat Sort channels By Satellite. provider: Sort channels By provider. A-Z: Sort channels Alphabetically. Bouquets: Sort channels By Boquet.
4.3.2 Box Control (top of the page)
Power Control: This brings up the links to control the power settings (shutdown, restart, etc....) Message: Send a message to the display of the tv. Remote: Bring up the remote on the web page for control of the decoder. Screenshot OSD: Take a screen shot of the OSD. Play Movie (URL: Play a movie from the selected url.
4.3.3 Movies (top of the page)
This will bring up a list of the movie directory on the receiver please see (Web Controls) for more information
4.3.4 Timer (top of the page)
Timer List: Show a list of the timer Recordings. Timer Archive: Show a list of all the completed timer recordings. Add Timer: Add a timer recording.
4.3.5 System (top of the page)
Extensions: Show a list of alailable extensions and plugins to install. System update: Update the system software. System Backup: backup the system to an image file. Settings Backup/ restore: Take/ restore a backup of the current settings and config.
4.3.6 Settings (top of the page)
system settings: This brings up a list of the items in the adjust menu of the receiver See Adjust for more information on the items in this menu. Oscam web interface: Shows config http information for the oscam plugin (if installed). Xupnpd: Shows information on the Xupnpd media streaming plugin.
4.3.7 Information (top of the page)
This section contains detailed config and system info about your reciever and TitanNit. Please see the below links for more information on the items contained with in this menu.
- (News letter)
- (Atemio (Hotline))
- (Titan Changelog)
- (Git Changelog)
- (System Info)
4.3.8 Help (top of the page)
Offline help: Currently this has no function and is for future use. Online help: Shows this wiki from the web interface for help and support.
4.3.9 Web Controls (top of the page)
Filelist Display Web Buttons
This section explains the functions and discriptions of the icons displayed on the web page along side the file list display.
Other Web Buttons
This section explains the functions and discriptions icons displayed on the web page title area.
To open the web interface, use an Internet browser and enter the ip address of your decoder in the adress bar as follows: you may find your ip adress from the system information/network display.
4.4 Telnet Control (top of the page)
The section contains information on the operation of your Receiver over a telnet session.
- Eithernet Interface Telnet Setup
1 A Network connection must be active
2 Install the client found here: (Putty).
3 Find the IP address from the system info (Network) section
4 Insert the IP address info into the telnet client
5 Click connect.
- Serial Interface Telnet Setup
1 Connect a null modem cable between the Receiver and PC
2 Install the client found here: (Putty)
3 Set up the serial port connection parameters
4 Click connect.
After 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.
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 linux.org
Remote RC debugging
killall -9 evremote2 evremote2
Start FTDI driver
mknod / dev.static/ttyUSB0 c 188 0"
Test FTDI driver commands
ls-al / dev/ttyUSB0
lsmod | grep usbserial
Take a screen shot
/sbin/grab -j 100 -r 960 /tmp/000.jpg
4.5 Rgui (top of the page)
RGui is a TitanNit plugin which allows you to operate your Receiver from a different Receiver. Only the Gui is completely transmitted.
Thus one can operate the receiver remotely, but not stream the TV signal.
4.6 Bootloader (top of the page)
Iboot is a boot loader.
"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)
Please note that there is differences between the Iboot menu structure on the different models of decoders.
Functions of the boot loader:
- Identification of the Hardware
- Starting the Image
Iboot early startup menu
To enter the Iboot startup menu shutdown the receiver and power up pressing the "Menu" button on the remote control. Iboot will then startup showing "Flash Menu" on the VFDisplay from here you may scroll through the list of available menu items using the D-pad -OK- and -Exit- buttons on the RC Remote.
Expert Mode (not present in av700/7000)
Expert 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.
To switch Iboot into "Expert Mode" Shutdown the receiver and power up pressing the "Menu" button on the remote control . Iboot will then startup showing "Flash Menu" on the VFDisplay
now using D-pad left / right select "SETTINGS" and with up / down button select "set OSD color" and click "OK" now using the left and right D-pad buttons left / right to change the colors with up / down set the colors individually to
for the AM 510/AM520 the code is
- Red = 11
- Green = 47
- Blue = 11
for the AM 7500/7600 the code is
- Red = 7
- Green = 10
- Blue = 5
Then press the "Exit" button twice to return to the menu "Flash" the display on the TV screen should now show:
! YOU ACTIVATED EXPERT MODE ! - expert mode enabled
! NO WARRANTY ----- USE AT YOUR OWN RISK ! No warranty - use at your own risk
if you dont agree : execute " Clean Environment Sector" in the FLASH MENU
if you do not want to lose the warranty, you must run " Clean Environment Sector" in the FLASH MENU
4.6.1 Main categories' (back)
Please select an item below to see more information.
(Menu Net) (not present in av700/7000)
4.6.2 Menu Flash (back)
USB IRDupdt Image flash (depending on SETTINGS > Select USB / SATA dev 1-4) via USB stick or USB HDD from sda1 (standard). USBirds list If several ird Image's are on the USB stick, you can display them, select and then flash the desired one. Clean environment Sector Resets the bootargs and resets Iboot to the default settings this disables "Expert Mode". Clean flash ! Include swap Deletes the entire image, including the swap area, so all settings, plugins, backups, etc.... are removed. SATA IRDupdt look for an ird image on the internal or an external SATA hdd / flash stick (not present in av700/7000). 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). 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).
4.6.3 Menu Settings (back)
Turbosw Select overclocking speeds available settings are (0)265, (1)265, (2)297, (3)297, (4)333, (5)333, (6)364, (7)364. Timeout Delay befor selecting the default boot option. USB Sleep ???. Scroll Speed How fast the VFDisplay module moves.
4.6.4 Menu Misc (back)
Disclaimer Shows the info on the bootloader. Serial Console Enables Bootloader serial debugging. Reset Board Resets the Receiver and restarts boot process.
Menu Net (back)
Please note menu item has been superceded and now has no function and it can be ignored.
Due to image updates the network setting does not need to be passed on by the bootloader.
4.7 TitanNit Web-IF (Htmlapi) (top of the page)
The section contains information on the operation and control of your decoder from the Htmlapi.
TitanNit provides its own Htmlapi that is freely distributed so that other developers may interface with a receiver running titan.
The Htmlapi is very simple to implement an example message structure is as follows:
- query?param¶m&... for html output
- queryraw?param¶m&... for raw-struct output
For example if you would wish to send a RC remote keypress of the "Mute" key the message format would be as follows:
if you would like to retrieve a list of all the current satelites the format would be as follows:
the output message back from the Receiver would be as follows:
and an example raw output would be:
more information on the protocol and the query strings can be found here htmlapi.txt
4.8 FTP (File Transfer Protocol) (top of the page)
The section contains information on how to setup a FTP connection to your TitanNit Receiver.
Titan Has an inbuilt FTP Server that is able to be used to transfer files to and from your Receiver.
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.
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 Network Information of your receiver and type it into the address bas as follows:
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.
4.9 autostart scripting (usercmd) (top of the page)
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.
a sample of the usercmd.sh is below:
#! / bin / sh # Start the user commands here echo " [ usercmd.sh ] start" # insert code here exit
the __"# insert code here"__ section must be replaced by your commands.
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:
rm -f /media/hdd/movie/timeshift*.ts
If you place the following code in to the usergmd.sh it will autostart the FTDI driver.
mknod / dev.static/ttyUSB0 c 188 0"
the full path to the file is: "/mnt/config/usercmd.sh"