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PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2010 12:07 pm
by sergio_afonso
hi rad, when you gonna release the WDLXTV-G2-

best regards,

sergio afonso.



PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 1:17 pm
by akrutsko
try padavan's 1.93 just as alternative


PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 10:29 pm
by rares
Padavan's 1.93 ? WTF is that ? Please tell me more...


PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 10:55 pm
by akrutsko


PostPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 12:22 am
by Socram
What have nForce drivers and Jedis to do with WDLXTV?


PostPosted: Mon Nov 29, 2010 5:10 am
by rares
@akrutsko: Yeah, right thank you :roll: Could you please translate in english because I'm not from Russia, pal. Don't be so sarcastic, it doesn't suit you.


PostPosted: Mon Nov 29, 2010 5:44 am
by akrutsko
are you banned on google?


PostPosted: Mon Nov 29, 2010 10:22 pm
by rares
It doesn't matter anymore.


PostPosted: Mon Dec 06, 2010 11:41 am
by batalovski
Here is the readme file from padavans 193 firmware:
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General Information

Firmware is based on the basis of the original firmware WDTV Gen2 v1.01.77 and includes the following components:

- Linux kernel (located in the original firmware loader)
- Busybox-1.17.3 (basic programs and utilities linux in a binary file)
- Pure-ftpd-1.0.29 (fast and compact ftp server)
- Mini_httpd-1.19 (fast and compact http web server)
- Samba-3.0.28a (SMB server, which emulates windows shares)
- Dropbear-0.52 (compact ssh server)
- Mc- (a powerful file manager Midnight Commander)
- Transmission-daemon-2.12 (fastest torrent client with the management through a browser, as well as alternative shells)
- Curlftpfs-0.9.2-1 (mount the ftp server as a local directory)
- Djmount-0.71-1 (an automatic search and resources to mount UPnP media servers as a local directory)
- Ffprobe-0.60 (used in the applet autores for autotuning of frequency for HDMI video frame rate)
- E2fsprogs-1.41.12 (utilities for file systems ext2 / 3)
- Util-linux-ng-2.17.2 (fdisk, sfdisk)
- Parted-2.3 (an alternative utility markings HDD, support GPT)
- Smartmontools-5.40 (control HDD SMART-a)
- Hdparm-9.35 (Control HDD disks)
- Sdparm-1.05 (Control HDD drives and CD / DVD / BD drives)
- Nano-2.2.5 (a powerful text editor)
- Wireless-tools-29
- Drivers USB WLAN / LAN adapters
- Eiri r189
- Osd mod-s Lilibabe SimpleII, Lilibabe PictoII, Juliojs osdModLive, PsychoTHC, fully adapted to WDTV Gen2
- Additional scripts

Firmware capabilities (in addition to basic features)

- Connect the USB WLAN and LAN adapters for network support
- Automatically detect patterns WLAN and LAN adapters and load the necessary module (PnP)
- Ability to connect an unsupported LAN / WLAN adapters without flashing the device (requires a kernel module)
- Mounting network resources NFS2 / 3 servers (Unix / Linux or Windows + haneWIN NFS)
- Mounting a SMB network resources, servers (Windows or Unix / Linux + samba)
- Mounting network resources, FTP server
- Mounting network resources UPnP media server (automatically)
- Downloading torrents via the torrent client Transmission with control over the network
- Getting and installing the device local time with NTP servers
- Access and control the device via Telnet and / or SSH
- Access and control the device via a Web browser, remote command emulation.
- Access to the root file system device via FTP
- Access to all device connected to the discs and drives the share through the SMB (Windows)
- Access to all device connected to the discs and drives the share over NFS (Linux, Unix)
- Support for USB-hubs
- Support for USB-Keyboard
- Full support for USB DVD drive to a dynamic change drives and speed control
- Hot-pluggable USB DVD / BD drives, USB LAN / WLAN adapters, USB keyboards
- Recognition and mount volumes with file system ext2 / 3, reiserfs
- Partitioning, creating and controlling volume ext2 / 3
- Saving breakpoints movies on an external drive / flash
- Save the system log file to an external drive / flash
- Automatic adjustment REFRESH HDMI under framerate video file (an idea taken from the plugin autores from psychodad)
- Ability to select one of 6 styles OSD menu (c proper support for Russian language) without flashing
- Ability to select one of 26 backdrops, and 2 custodians Eran OSD menu without flashing
- Ability to connect the remote control (based on EIRI)
- Ability to connect external OSD, the external background and screen saver OSD
- Fast loading (as in the original firmware)

List of changes relative to 1.9.2 Build:
- Fixed display crossbar in the presence of both USB1 and USB2 drives have built-in OSD Juliojs osdModLive
- Fixed bug AUTORES when playing a series of files in a folder via a Play, when the OSD is set HDMI as the Auto
- Fixed mount partitions containing national characters in volume label
- Added option to enable USB_DRIVE_UNMOUNT disable unmounting drives with external power supply
- Added option to select the type NET_SVC_SMBD_SHARE_COMMON formation Samba-shares
- Added SSH server dropbear v0.52
- Added file manager Midnight Commander v4.7.0.10
- Added package smartmontools v5.40
- Updated transmission-daemon to version 2.12
- Updated nano to version 2.2.5
- Updated hdparm to version 9.35
- Updated module WiFi Realtek 8192cu.ko to version 2.0.1170
- Combined Paragon and Tuxera firmware versions into a single
- Remove packages reiserfsprogs

In the firmware included kernel modules for USB adapters:
rt73.ko (v1.1.0.3) - chip Ralink RT2571W, RT2573, RT2671 (802.11 a / b / g)
rt3370sta.ko (v2.4.0.1) - chip Ralink RT3070, RT3071, RT3072, RT8070, RT3370 (802.11 b / g / n)
rt3572sta.ko (v2.4.0.2) - chip Ralink RT2770, RT2870, RT3572 (802.11 a / b / g / n)
arusb_lnx.ko (v3.2.0.32) - Chip Atheros Otus AR9170 (802.11 a / b / g / n)
8712u.ko (V2.6.0006.20100625) - chips Realtek RTL8188SU, RTL8191SU, RTL8192SU (802.11 b / g / n)
8192cu.ko (V2.0.1170.20101112) - chips Realtek RTL8188CU, RTL8192CU (802.11 b / g / n)
asix.ko (kernel) - chips ASIX AX88178, AX88172A, AX88772A (10/100/1000)
dm9601.ko (kernel) - chip Davicom DM9601 (10/100)
mcs7830.ko (kernel) - chips MosChip 7830/7730 (10/100)
rtl8150.ko (kernel) - Chip Realtek RTL8150 (10/100)
pegasus.ko (kernel) - chip ADMtek ADM85xx Pegasus II (10/100)
kaweth.ko (kernel) - chip KLSI KL5K (10)

Full list of supported devices on the USB vid / pid can be found in the file modules.usbmap (located in the package with the firmware)

I used google translate :)


PostPosted: Wed Jun 01, 2016 6:34 am
by manubart
batalovski wrote:- Samba-3.0.28a (SMB server, which emulates windows shares)

- Mounting network resources NFS2 / 3 servers (Unix / Linux or Windows + haneWIN NFS)
- Mounting a SMB network resources, servers (Windows or Unix / Linux + samba)

I've Yosemite. These features improve the stability of the SMB, NFS connection, especially when i work in Media Library, for example moving folders?