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Topfield / Topfield 5000, 7TWO and a service.ini
« on: October 31, 2009, 08:54:53 PM »
Dear All

I, for reasons that I do not fully understand, find that  ice on my Topfield 5000 does not seem to update its service.ini file when a new channel is added. Instead I find I need to edit it by hand.

I am in Melbourne and I was wondering if someone could please post a copy of a working service.ini file which is found in the ICE folder at the root of the topfield folder hierarchy.

Thanking you in advance.

Kongwak

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Topfield / Re: no channel 9 data?
« on: June 26, 2008, 01:32:10 PM »
Ahh, copyright issues again. Some folk never seem to give up. Mind you, I can not actually remember when I last watched anything on 9, so this is hardly a big issue ;)

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Topfield / no channel 9 data?
« on: June 24, 2008, 10:01:07 PM »
Hi,

I am using JustEPG 16 in ICE mode. However, today I have no guide for channel 9 (I am in melbourne) for today and the rest of the week.

Anyone else got this problem?

kongwak

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General Discussions / Re: Icebox2 help needed
« on: December 17, 2007, 12:54:47 PM »
Hi pszilard

here is my take on question 1:

WAN port remains a DHCP port for recovery purposes
All other ports will be able to access the web interface of the icebox as your fixed address

As a general rule i think that the icebox2 prefers to be configured as DHCP

regards
kongwak

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Topfield / Re: system log query
« on: July 04, 2006, 11:12:49 PM »
Ah, the good oil from the horses mouth (to mix a metaphor).

I am comforted.

Richard

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Topfield / Re: system log query
« on: July 03, 2006, 10:47:42 AM »
Thanks Kidhazy,

I didn't know you could log into the icebox2 via telnet, perhaps I will check it out.

regards
Richard

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Topfield / system log query
« on: July 01, 2006, 09:06:58 PM »
Hi,

I am using my icebox2 with a static IP address (over wireless, WPA) and when I look at the logs, I get this message every 2-4 seconds:

Jul  1 09:54:16 (none) kern.debug udhcpc[832]: Sending discover...
Jul  1 09:54:18 (none) kern.debug udhcpc[832]: Sending discover...
Jul  1 09:54:20 (none) kern.debug udhcpc[832]: Sending discover...
Jul  1 09:55:24 (none) kern.debug udhcpc[832]: Sending discover...
Jul  1 09:55:26 (none) kern.debug udhcpc[832]: Sending discover...
Jul  1 09:55:28 (none) kern.debug udhcpc[832]: Sending discover...
Jul  1 09:56:31 (none) kern.debug udhcpc[832]: Sending discover...
Jul  1 09:56:33 (none) kern.debug udhcpc[832]: Sending discover...
Jul  1 09:56:35 (none) kern.debug udhcpc[832]: Sending discover...
Jul  1 09:57:39 (none) kern.debug udhcpc[832]: Sending discover...
Jul  1 09:57:41 (none) kern.debug udhcpc[832]: Sending discover...
Jul  1 09:57:43 (none) kern.debug udhcpc[832]: Sending discover...

Can someone tell me what it means.

regards
Richard

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