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  5. Tarnovsky is at it again!!! Hack it slightly differently... Acid [NOT that kind! ], scratching the surface/drill a hole on a chip etc. etc. This gives a different meaning to the expression "brute force"... http://www.wired.com/video/hack-a-sattv-smart-card/1813637610 A few more, to give you the PROPER CONTEXT... Just in case *** is on your trail - they go and suck an onion... or was it a lemon? http://www.blackhat.com/presentations/bh-dc-08/Tarnovsky/Presentation/bh-dc-08-tarnovsky.pdf http://www.hackwatch.com/faq.html http://www.wired.com/politics/security/news/2008/05/tarnovsky?currentPage=all http://www.wired.com/politics/security/news/2008/05/tarnovsky?currentPage=all Evo, sto se Nagre i NDSa tice *** hacker wants a job Christopher Tarnovsky, the alleged smart card hacker at the core of the recent lawsuit between Echostar and encryption specialists ***, has given a detailed interview to speciality magazine Wired. Tarnovsky says he feels completely vindicated by the outcome of the trial, which was five years in preparation. *** was found guilty but given an insignificant penalty of just $45, (and damages of an equally modest $1500), and leaving Echostar and fellow-plaintiff NagraStar with a legal bill said to top $20m. Tarnovsky, 37, during the trial said he was being set up, but he tells Wired that he was confident of the outcome, and that Echostar and the other plaintiffs had no evidence of wrongdoing. Tarnovsky worked under the online code name “Big Gun” during much of the past six years employed by *** (initially at a salary of $65,000 a year). He was let go last year, but his final year’s salary was – he says - $245,000 including bonus payments, plus $100,000-worth of stock options. He explains how he was involved at *** for developing electronic counter measures for *** and their client DirecTV, including the “Black Sunday” ECM which wiped out thousands of hacked cards a week ahead of the 2001 Super Bowl game. He insists that the trial proved that neither he or *** acted against NagraStar, nor was he pirating cards on his own account. Tarnovsky also says he wants to work at *** again, or perhaps Kudelski, claiming – probably with some justification – that he knows the codes inside out, and that Nagra could, with him, catch *** up overnight. In case you wondered how we got the original Seca1 hack that kicked-started it all, in the first place: this is how *** does it: Peled returns to Court Dr Abe Peled, CEO at *** (and pictured, left), appeared in court May 6, and admitted that *** kept a hacker on its payroll. “We trusted him,” said Peled. After a weekend of mostly negative comment, including the airing by ABC News of a segment that shows a journalist trying to get Rup*ert* Murdoch to answer questions on the Echostar vs *** $100m “Spygate” business espionage trial, Dr Abe Peled appeared in court. Peled showed up following a warning made by the judge in the trial that he might have to issue negative comments to the jury in the case if Peled did not front court. Christopher Tarnovsky is the alleged hacker and a central figure in the legal action. He has already claimed in court that he is being made a scapegoat in the case, and had been “set up”. The court has heard Tarnovsky’s evidence that he received hidden packages of cash sent from Canada, and that in 2000 he received a total of $128,000 from News Corp subsidiary Harper Collins, and at the end of that year received a $5000 bonus. The court had earlier heard that someone had placed the hacked Echostar smart-card code onto the internet in the same month that Tarnovsky received the bonus payment. Peled told the court on May 6 that Tarnovsky received a $5,000 bonus "because he must have made a very good technical contribution." Dr Peled told the court: “We made it clear that these people were turning over to the good side and are expected to fight piracy instead of engage in it and we trusted Mr. Tarnovsky and instructed him not to do so.” Tarnovsky stayed on the News Corp payroll until last year. And a bit more... not to forget: Hacker kept on *** payroll afterwards accused of piracy By Tori Richards A high-ranking News Corp official testified on Tuesday that he kept two hackers on the payroll for years after one of them was accused of infiltrating the security system of rival satellite television company DISH Network. Abraham Peled, a member of News Corp's executive management committee headed by Rupert Murdoch and CEO of affiliate n.d.s Group, said he continued to employ Christopher Tarnovsky after he was told by another former hacker that Tarnovsky posted information on the Internet to let users unscramble DISH's network and receive free service. "We made it clear that these people were turning over to the good side and are expected to fight piracy instead of engage in it and we trusted Mr. Tarnovsky and instructed him not to do so," Peled said at a corporate spying trial in federal court in Santa Ana, California. "Obviously, there's a theoretical risk (in hiring hackers)," he added. The espionage case was brought by EchoStar Communications, which later split into two companies, DISH and EchoStar, with DISH being the primary plaintiff. DISH claims it lost $900 million (456.7 million pounds) in revenue and system-repair costs. n.d.s, which provides security technology to News Corp's global satellite network, including DirecTV, has denied sanctioning piracy and said it was merely aiming to make its own system more secure. Tarnovsky was paid by News Corp publishing house Harper Collins and made $128,000 in 2000. At the end of the year, he received a $5,000 bonus "because he must have made a very good technical contribution," Peled testified. An earlier trial exhibit showed that the DISH code appeared on the Internet the same month Tarnovsky received his bonus. Another gem: An American hacker who is at the core of a piracy trial against a Rupert Murdoch subsidiary, testified this week that he created pirating software for the company but did not use it to sabotage the company's rivals. Earlier this week I laid out the case against *** Group, a UK-Israeli firm and a majority-owned subsidiary of Murdoch's News Corporation. The company is accused of reverse-engineering access cards created by competitor NagraStar in order to provide pirates with counterfeit cards. EchoStar's Dish Net used the NagraStar cards, and the counterfeit cards allegedly allowed pirates to access Dish Network pay-TV content for free. Christopher Tarnovsky, who acknowledged receiving cash payments of more than $20,000 concealed in CD and DVD players, said he regularly received payments from the HarperCollins publishing company for ten years. HarperCollins is also owned by Murdoch's News Corporation. But he says he was paid to develop a pirating program to make DirecTV more secure, not to sabotage rival systems. DirecTV used access cards made by *** Group. Its cards had been hacked and pirated since 1997. EchoStar and NagraStar contend that after ***'s cards were cracked, the company reverse-engineered NagraStar's card, then hired hackers and pirates to create cards that circumvented the access controls in EchoStar's pay-TV system. The company claims it lost $900 million as a result of the pirating. *** has acknowledged that it reverse-engineered NagraStar's cards but denies it released any information or cards to pirates. Tarnovsky acknowledged in his testimony that he created a "stinger" program for *** that could communicate with any smartcard but said it was not used to reprogram NagraStar's cards. According to allegations in the court documents, the stinger program was set up to program a set number of cards at a time. Tarnovsky is accused of providing the program to distributors who would create a specified number of cards, but then would have to come back to Tarnovsky to have him make adjustments to allow it to produce more cards -- presumably after the distributors paid him a percentage of the sales from the first batch of cards sold. Tarnovsky maintains that he did nothing wrong and is being set up. The trial is continuing in Santa Ana, California.
  6. OK, I will add a few more jolly links, FYI... Not sure if all of them will still be active... Enjoy! Big Gun" Tarnovsky, the "I was just a hired gun", speaks from "within", claiming "ignorance" and "irresponsibility", re. the outcomes of his "endeavours"... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hX0Gf8JhSnw http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=US&v=Qk73ye2_g4o Where piracy and profits converge Are satellite TV hackers a tool in a global conspiracy? By Bob Sullivan MSNBC May 30 - It's just a thin slice of plastic that's stuck into your satellite TV set-top box when you first bring it home. To viewers, the card is the key that unlocks pay-TV. To corporations, smart cards are much more - 80 million of them currently unlock one of the world's most influential and lucrative industries. But now, the plastic cards are at the center of a global conspiracy theory - a cutthroat corporate battle, some say, to control the world's living rooms through deception, cheating, and intimidation. THE STORY COMES COMPLETE with alleged corporate-sponsored hacking, a $1 billion lawsuit, mysterious cash payoffs shipped in hollowed-out VCRs, and even a suspicious death. The cloak-and-dagger world of pay-TV piracy is a fountain of rumor and innuendo that befits a Michael Crichton book or a James Bond movie. But it was all just that - a dramatic story line - until March, when a French firm filed a lawsuit that shined a harsh public light on this secretive world. Public filings in the case have, for the first time, pierced its veil of secrecy, linking real-world programmers, executives and companies to the murky nicknames and alter egos of piracy. EYE ON MURDOCH SMART CARD MAKER And at least at the moment, the controversy swirls around a small British company owned by one of the world's most powerful media magnates. That company, ***, makes smart cards which unlock 28 million of the world's satellite set-top boxes. Owned by News Corp. and its flamboyant owner Rupert Murdoch, *** now finds itself on the receiving end of a $1.1 billion lawsuit filed in March by French rival Canal Plus Technologies. Canal Plus comes with its own heavyweights attached - Vivendi Universal, and its now embattled CEO Jean-Marie Messier. The Canal Plus lawsuit claims *** paid hackers to break the code in Canal Plus smart cards, then gave the information away on the Internet, all to undermine Canal Plus business. It's probably the largest computer hacking lawsuit ever, and one of the biggest accusations of corporate espionage. An *** motion to dismiss the case was heard by a federal court in San Francisco Thursday, although the judge did not immediately issue a ruling - that could come in the coming days or weeks. Meanwhile, depositions are set to begin next month. With Canal Plus lawyers vowing to wage a very public court battle, the next few weeks will likely raise the curtain on a 5-year drama, unraveling a complicated world where the interests of small time TV-pirates and moguls bent on dominating the world's media have at times overlapped rather neatly. 1997: MURDOCH AND ECHOSTAR Back in 1997, Murdoch's News Corp. was in negotiations to acquire EchoStar Communications Corp., operator of the DISH Network in the U.S. EchoStar would be a perfect puzzle piece for Murdoch, whose powerful portfolio of TV firms was missing a distribution channel in the lucrative U.S. market. EchoStar was a distant second to DirecTV in the U.S. market, but a rising star that appeared to have staying power. The deal stalled, however, and a dispute over smart cards was part of the problem, says one source familiar with the talks. News Corp.'s *** had only one real competitor in the global smart card market - a Swiss company named Kudelski Group which makes cards under the "Nagra" name. Nagra cards protected EchoStar systems, but News Corp. expected EchoStar to switch to *** after any deal. *** already had DirecTV under contract, so a pact with EchoStar would give the firm a stranglehold on smart cards across the U.S. But EchoStar resisted, according to a source, insisting that it keep the option to use Nagra cards after the deal. Not long after, the deal was scrapped, in part because EchoStar CEO Charles Ergen insisted on staying with whatever the best security technology happened to be, the source said. EchoStar later sued for breach of contract and settled out of court. 1998: HACKER FOUND DEAD The following year, in 1998, *** went looking for more smart card expertise and contacted brilliant German hacker Boris Floricic. Known as "Tron" in the computer underground, Floricic had gained a reputation for cracking pay-TV systems. A few weeks later, in October of 1998, Floricic was found dead, hanging from a tree in a Berlin park. The death was ruled a suicide by authorities - a ruling many hackers reject. There has never been any assertion that *** was somehow involved in the death. But the fact that Floricic's father found a letter from *** in his son's belongings indicated the company's willingness to consult the computer underground for security expertise. The incident also shocked the hacker community, which wondered if computer curiosity could now have deadly consequences. 1999: DIRECTV DEAL SET TO EXPIRE Nagra cards and security issues continued to nag *** the next year, as the firm's most important contract - with DirecTV - came up for renewal. *** was planning an initial public offering to raise $150 million later in the year, so a renewal of its pact with DirecTV was critical. The only real *** competitor: the Swiss firm, and Nagra cards. It's at this critical moment that the story heads underground. At the height of the DirecTV-*** renegotiations, a now-infamous computer file named Secarom.zip appeared on a pirate Web site DR7.com on March 26, 1999. Secarom.zip was the master key to European satellite provider Canal Plus, a slice of code that allowed pirates to create fake smart cards that foiled the security measures built into those systems. At the time, Canal Plus was chief rival to BskyB, Murdoch's European satellite broadcast system. In no time, a cottage industry for Canal Plus pirate cards formed and at one point, nearly three million of four millions users in Italy were pirates, according to Canal Plus. In its lawsuit, Canal Plus alleged *** was ultimately behind the hacking of its system, and the cottage industry that formed later, costing Canal Plus over $1 billion in lost business. According to the lawsuit, an *** lab in Israel cracked the Canal Plus cards, which Canal Plus had developed in-house. Then, the company made sure the crack was published on the Internet in a place where pirates were sure to find it. *** denies Canal Plus' the claims. MORE HACKING ALLEGATIONS? But there were other accusations flying around in the hacker community, too. Around the same time the code to Canal Plus' smart cards appeared on the DR7.com Web site, so did the a master key to pirating EchoStar television and their Nagra smart cards, according to a former administrator of the site. In fact, the code was published by the same cast of characters who released the Canal Plus code, suggesting a link between the two acts of piracy. If, as Canal Plus suggests, *** was behind the Canal Plus card piracy, it was behind the EchoStar piracy too, the administrator says. E-mails to the administrator of the current DR7.com Web site went unreturned. At any rate, with the secret codes to both *** and Nagra smart now public, the playing field in the smart card business was level. By August of 1999, *** had a new four-year contract with DirecTV. However, the contract contained an important escape clause - that DirecTV could develop its own in-house smart card technology and dump *** at any time. *** declined to comment on the accusation that it was somehow connected to the EchoStar hack. *** spokesperson Margot Field said the company "does not respond to rumors or supposition." Nagra card maker Kudelski Group and EchoStar also declined comment. But a spokesperson for Canal Plus said the company had talked with EchoStar about the incident, and EchoStar had expressed interest in joining its $1.1 billion lawsuit against ***. "We have been contacted by many entities that have been harmed by *** activities, seeking to either assist us or to join in the lawsuits, and that would include EchoStar," said the spokesperson, who requested anonymity. CASH STUFFED IN VCR The months following March of 1999 were the glory days for TV pirates, with trade in pirate cards clipping along at a multi-million dollar pace. A "fresh hack" could be worth up to $5 million, according to one estimate. Pirate dealers in Canada could sell the cards with relative immunity, since a quirk of law made piracy legal north of the United States. But money flowed back into the U.S., too, evidenced by a series of high-ticket lawsuits *** and DirecTV brought against individual dealers. In one case alone, DirecTV won a $19 million judgment against Quebec residents Reginald Scullion and his wife, Frances Callan for selling pirate equipment to a set of 80 dealers inside the U.S. during the late 1990s Rumors about the thriving pirate smart card trade abound. The most popular involves the discovery later that year of a VCR stuffed with $50,000 cash that was stopped at the Canadian border by U.S. Customs officials. The payment is now legend - never proven publicly - in the TV pirate community. The money was one installment of cash headed from Canada to the U.S., allegedly sent by the operator of DR7.com. It was headed for a hacker named "Von," payment for supplying the code to hack a major pay-TV system. But the VCR caught the attention of customs officials, who began investigating. No arrests were made in connection with the incident, and there are no public records indicating it ever happened. But soon after, things got dicey in the pirate-TV world. CANAL PLUS INVESTIGATION At almost the same time, lawyers from Canal Plus Technologies began their own investigation. Why were Canal Plus smart cards hacked so fast? Who would have the technological know-how to crack the cards, and the incentive to see their technology exposed? The answer, according to Canal Plus lawyers: ***. Giving away Canal Plus smart card secrets was the same as giving away their pay-TV for free. It would ruin the company, and clear the way for Rupert Murdoch's competitive offering BSkyB. In filings connected to its lawsuit, Canal Plus identifies Von as Chris Tarnovsky, the *** employee. Von, also known as "Big Gun" to pirates, was a bit of a legend in the underground, having worked extensively with so-called "battery card" in the early 90s - the first technology used to steal direct broadcast satellite signals. Tarnovsky, like Floricic, was an expert in smart card technology who lived in Germany. But like many hackers, he spent considerable time researching in the hacking underground, and now many accusations say he spent a good deal of time on the wrong side. And apparently, Tarnovsky's murky background didn't scare off his future employer. 2001: MURDOCH WANTS DIRECTV While Canal Plus lawyers researched the possible unholy alliance - and according to some sources, while EchoStar did its own fruitless investigation into *** - piracy against DirecTV ramped up. According to one informed source, piracy rates nearly doubled as the year 2000 drew to a close. Drastic measures were necessary: *** and DirecTV planned a massive electronic counter-measure designed to zap pirate cards sitting in set-top boxes. The "code bomb" exploded on what pirates know as "Black Sunday," just before the 2001 Super Bowl. Some 300,000 pirates were zapped. But within months, according to the source, most were back stealing signals, and DirecTV's frustration with *** grew. But at the same time, ***' parent was about to make a bid to buy DirecTV. Only a few weeks before that Super Bowl Sunday, Murdoch indicated he was ready to make another aggressive move to acquire a U.S. satellite broadcaster. This time, Murdoch's News Corp. launched a $30 billion bid to pluck DirecTV from Hughes Electronics in January. The deal would have made Murdoch's SkyGlobal - already with assets in Europe, Asia, and Latin America - the largest television platform in the world. As the technology stock market began its southern migration, the purchase price for U.S. market leader DirecTV became more reasonable, and negotiations heated up between the two firms. Once again, Murdoch was on the brink of a deal, and once again, it was snatched away - and once again, smart cards could be blamed. Nine months after word leaked out of Murdoch's bid, U.S. rival EchoStar swooped in with a last-minute offer that trumped News Corp. The pot had been sweetened by a $1 billion kick-in from Kudelski Group, the Nagra card maker. The kick-in made sense; if Nagra could wrestle DirecTV's business away from ***, it would add some 40 cents per share to the company's bottom line. The deal was approved by the two companies in October 2001, but it faces an uncertain regulatory future - because it would create one firm that overwhelmingly controls the U.S. direct broadcast market, the Federal Trade Commission is reviewing the deal. 2002: DIRECTV MOVES TO DROP *** But already, there is apparently fallout for ***. In April, DirecTV announced it would sever ties with Murdoch's smart cards, saying it would exercise the "out" included in their 1999, four-year pact. DirecTV will develop its own smart cards, the announcement indicated. It would also immediately act to replace all current customer smart cards, a swap-out that's expensive and time-consuming. The news trounced *** stock, coming hardly two weeks after Canal Plus filed its lawsuit against ***. DirecTV spokesperson Bob Marsocci said the timing of the announcement had nothing to do with the Canal Plus lawsuit; and *** spokesperson Margot Field, in an e-mail, said "*** continues to have a good relationship with DirecTV," and noted that *** will continue to earn revenue from its DirecTV relationship through August 2003. However, a source familiar with the situation told MSNBC.com that DirecTV has been frustrated with *** for some time, and that *** employees were barred last year from working on any DirecTV conditional access systems related to smart card production. Another source confirmed that DirecTV's relationship with *** had grown increasingly rocky over recent years, as DirecTV became more frustrated with ***' apparently inability to keep hackers from stealing signals. FEARS FOR HIS LIFE Back to the present, where pirates, TV companies, and journalists are closely watching developments in the Canal Plus case. More answers, and more entanglements are bound to emerge as discovery proceeds in the Canal Plus lawsuit. But one thing seems clear - in this high-stakes story, fear has kept many potential sources hidden behind nicknames or away from the lawyers and journalists altogether. Oliver Kommerling, another German smart card expert, has emerged as a whistleblower and key witness so far. Kommerling, who runs a firm half-owned by ***, has filed papers in support of Canal Plus' lawsuit, directly accusing Tarnovsky of publishing the rogue code on DR7.com. Kommerling and Floricic have a common friend, Marcus Kuhn - both have written papers with Kuhn on reverse engineering smart cards. Floricic is now dead, and Kommerling has told MSNBC.com he has felt "pressure," since filing his assertions with the court. And if Canal Plus security manager Gilles Kaehlin is to be believed, Tarnovsky is scared, too. In a written statement to the court, Kaehlin says Tarnovsky admitted to him *** was behind the smart card hack, and that he was prepared to tell the truth in court. But, the filing says, Tarnovsky refused to be the the whistleblower on ***' illegal activities, "because he feared too much for his life and that of his family," Kaehlin said. QUESTIONS REMAIN There are still many questions surrounding the current allegations against ***. Why would such a successful security firm take such as incredible risk, in fact risking its entire reputation, to interfere with competitors? In the computer underground, conspiracy theories are rampant. Unlike most hobbyist computer hacking, pirated pay-TV cards are a lucrative business, cards can sell for hundreds of dollars each. Complicating matters further, the legality of sales in this "gray market" is somewhat murky in Canada, and there's suspicion that satellite dealerships, distributors, and even company insiders profited from aiding Canadian "gray market" dealers. There's also a long-standing notion that piracy is good for the business. In an odd twist, tacitly allowing people to watch pirated TV is a way to gain market share, since many pirates eventually give in and convert to paying customers. TV pirates generally can't make new smart cards - they have to use real, corporate-issued smart cards, which are then altered via software. Millions of extra smart cards seem to have somehow gotten into pirates' hands over the years. Who made all those extra piece of plastic - and how did they get out of the hands of manufacturers or legitimate dealers? In fact, some say, firms like DirecTV and Canal Plus have gotten what they deserve - tacitly allowing piracy was a mistake that got out of hand. Now, all these firms must have security departments that cozy up to hackers to keep up with the pirates, and employees who have less-than-perfect backgrounds. ***' troubles, they say, are just the first to see the harsh light of a courtroom. Monopolies and similar issues is why it is so important: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-11691728
  7. The original thread is here: https://forums.openpli.org/topic/22211-ts-sateditor-200-enigma2-plugin/page-3#entry710620 I will attach the current version here, too. Changelog: version 2.4 -add support multistream version 2.3 -fix transponders sort function version 2.2 fix NumericalTextInput(u"0,?!&@=*'+\()$~% 1.:;/-_#abc2ABCdef3DEFghi4GHIjkl5JKLmno6MNOpqrs7PQRStuv8TUVwxyz9WXYZ") TS-Satellites Editor - version 2.1 -Create user '/etc/enigma2/satellites.xml' '/etc/enigma2/terrestrial.xml' '/etc/enigma2/cables.xml' load from oe-alliance -Create user '/etc/enigma2/satellites.xml' (use default) -Open plugin --> key menu --> if /tmp/blindscan_XX.xml and etc options... P.S.Please add your own translations TS-satEditor 2.0.0 by mfaraj57 complete management for satellites and transponders features: -adding,editing and removing satellites and transponders -information and statistics of transponders and satellite -updating satellites.xml from internet -downloading settings from popular settings servers -updating and adding satellites from lyngsat.com -compatible with sd and hd skins -plugin appears in channels scan menu and plugins menu -simple interfaces and tables credits: The code of Ts-sateditor based on the works: Ismail Dmir for the the script and the source of updating satellites.xml Shaderman coder of satellite loader sifteam for settings loader coder ofenigma2-plugin-systemplugins-satelliteeditor_20090331-alpha sim2 for supporting the project installation: unrar attached file and copy to tmp by telnet opkg install -force-overwrite /tmp/enigma2-plugin-extensions-ts-sateditor_2.0_mipsel or from TSpanel/addoms/Tunisiasat dreambox addons/plugins/Ts-sateditor_2.0 enigma2-plugin-extensions-ts-sateditor_2.4_all.7z
  8. Many thanx for your work, m8! Hope this helps: https://forums.openpli.org/topic/22211-ts-sateditor-200-enigma2-plugin/page-3#entry710620 Just in case you are making the lists, too... This is for multistream support...
  9. Wow, bro!
  10. Hi! Thanx for your kind words, however, this is not my image but MastaG's image - and he is in this thread, too... Now, he made some new images and I am going to test them as soon as I can... In the meantime, try PBNIGMA v. 6.0 (see a Sticky in this section). Then, install IPTV Player according to the new instructions. They are in Plugins subsection of this great forum! Good luck!
  11. Say what? This is relevant here, as a new procedure... There are 2 posts here: https://wiki.openpli.org/iptvplayer The first is the old set of instructions by SSS and the comment below covers the new set of instructions, as explained below. Almost all instructions are by SSS himself, with some minor additions by me, in both of those posts... ==========NEW INSTRUCTIONS: FFMPEG INSTALATION FOR MIPSEL PLATFORMS=========== Preparation Before installation make sure that you have enough space in your rootfs. You need at least 15MB free space. To check free space in your rootfs you can use following command: df -h / Sample output: Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on ubi0:rootfs 440.3M 183.2M 257.0M 42% / If you do not have enough flash memory for all of the plugins etc. that you want to install, then another way of installing it all is to either use: A) Flash Expander for which you need a USB memory stick, with 2 partitions (best in EXT4 format): -at least 1/2 GB for /usr folder, i.e. the Flash Expander itself and -the rest for SWAP, picons, subtitle folder, EPG etc. etc. I would recommend Mini Tool Partition Wizard 10, under Windows OS, to partition and format the USB stick. B ) MultiBoot, also on a large USB memory stick (various plugins are available for it, Open MultiBoot, Mini Multi Boot etc.) Once you prepare the image properly, you can proceed with ffmpeg and the IPTV Player installation... To choose the correct ffmpeg package for your image you need to find out the following: 1) OpenSSL version 2) glibc version 3) hard/soft float ################################# 1) How to check your OpenSSL version: ################################# One has to connect with your STB and then give this telnet command, for example, using a programme called PuTTy: openssl version One may get something like this: OpenSSL 1.0.2d 9 Jul 2015 So, in that case we know that we have version 1.0.2 One may also get the following output to this command: -sh: openssl: not found In this case, one should check OpenSSL version as follows: ls -la /usr/lib/libssl* Example output: -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 383624 Aug 19 2015 /usr/lib/libssl.so.0.9.8 So, in this case the OpenSSL version is 0.9.8. In case one gets: /usr/lib/libssl.so.1.0.0 one must make an additional check: grep OPENSSL /usr/lib/libssl.so.1.0.0 Sample output: OPENSSL_cleanse OPENSSL_DIR_read OPENSSL_DIR_end OPENSSL_1.0.0 OPENSSL_1.0.1 OPENSSL_1.0.1d OPENSSL_1.0.2 OPENSSL_DIR_read(&ctx, ' OPENSSL_malloc Error So, in this case one knows one has version 1.0.2. ######################## 2) How to check glibc version: ######################## Checking glibc version is very easy: ls -la /lib/libc-* Example output: -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 1541476 Aug 19 2015 /lib/libc-2.21.so I.e. this indicates version 2.21. ######################## 3) Checking for hard/soft float: ######################## One must give the following telnet commands: cd /tmp wget http://iptvplayer.pl/tools/mipsel/readelf chmod 777 readelf ./readelf -a /lib/libc-*.so | grep FP: rm readelf Sample output: Tag_GNU_MIPS_ABI_FP: Soft float or Tag_GNU_MIPS_ABI_FP: Hard float (double precision) ============================================ When you already know versions of OpenSSL, glibc used in your image and used FPU mode you are ready to choose ffmpeg package. If you have glibc version lower than 2.20 you need to use package for _old_ All packages are available here: http://iptvplayer.pl/resources/ (one can find SH4 and ARM platforms covered there, as well) Packages for MIPSEL platforms: ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_fpu_hard_openssl0.9.8_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_fpu_hard_openssl1.0.0_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_fpu_hard_openssl1.0.2_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_old_fpu_hard_openssl0.9.8_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_old_fpu_hard_openssl1.0.0_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_old_fpu_hard_openssl1.0.2_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_fpu_soft_openssl0.9.8_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_fpu_soft_openssl1.0.0_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_fpu_soft_openssl1.0.2_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_old_fpu_soft_openssl0.9.8_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_old_fpu_soft_openssl1.0.0_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_old_fpu_soft_openssl1.0.2_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz One can see the full name of a package as follows: =======ffmpeg Installation procedure======= Give a series of following telnet commands... example: cd /tmp wget http://iptvplayer.pl/resources/ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_XXX_YYY_YYY_opensslZ.Z.Z_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz tar -xvf ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_XXX_YYY_YYY_opensslZ.Z.Z_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz -C / rm ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_XXX_YYY_YYY_opensslZ.Z.Z_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz For ET10K: cd /tmp wget http://iptvplayer.pl/resources/ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_fpu_hard_openssl1.0.2_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz tar -xvf ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_fpu_hard_openssl1.0.2_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz -C / rm ffmpeg3.2.2_mipsel_fpu_hard_openssl1.0.2_dash_librtmp_native_rtmp.tar.gz You should always collect output returned by install command, it will be useful when installation failed. After installation you should check if ffmpeg is working correctly: ffmpeg -version Sample output: ffmpeg version 3.2.2 Copyright © 2000-2016 the FFmpeg developers built with gcc 4.9.2 (GCC) configuration: --sysroot=/mnt/new2/xspeedlx1/build-enviroment/builds/openatv/release/et4x00/tmp/sysroots/et4x00 --cross-prefix=mipsel-oe-linux- --prefix=/mnt/new2/_BRCM_/exteplayer3/tmp/ffmpeg/tmp/mipsel/ffmpeg-3.2.2/usr/ --enable-cross-compile --target-os=linux --arch=mipsel --disable-mipsdsp --disable-mipsdspr2 --disable-mipsfpu --enable-pic --enable-shared --disable-static --disable-debug --disable-ffplay --disable-ffprobe --disable-ffserver --disable-outdevs --disable-doc --disable-htmlpages --disable-manpages --disable-podpages --disable-txtpages --disable-lzma --enable-openssl --enable-zlib --enable-cross-compile --enable-small --disable-sdl --disable-xlib --disable-d3d11va --disable-dxva2 --disable-vaapi --disable-vda --disable-vdpau --enable-nonfree --disable-muxers --disable-encoders --disable-devices --enable-librtmp --extra-cflags=' -mel -mabi=32 -march=mips32 -I/mnt/new2/xspeedlx1/build-enviroment/builds/openatv/release/et4x00/tmp/sysroots/et4x00/usr/include/libxml2/ -I/mnt/new2/new_openssl_mipsel/openssl-1.0.2g/include/ -L/mnt/new2/new_openssl_mipsel/openssl-1.0.2g/ -L/mnt/new2/new_openssl_mipsel/rtmpdump/librtmp/ ' --extra-ldflags=' -L/mnt/new2/new_openssl_mipsel/openssl-1.0.2g/ -L/mnt/new2/new_openssl_mipsel/rtmpdump/librtmp/ -lssl -lcrypto -lrtmp -lxml2 ' libavutil 55. 34.100 / 55. 34.100 libavcodec 57. 64.101 / 57. 64.101 libavformat 57. 56.100 / 57. 56.100 libavdevice 57. 1.100 / 57. 1.100 libavfilter 6. 65.100 / 6. 65.100 libswscale 4. 2.100 / 4. 2.100 libswresample 2. 3.100 / 2. 3.100 ==============IPTV Player installation============= rm -rf /usr/lib/enigma2/python/Plugins/Extensions/IPTVPlayer cd /tmp wget http://iptvplayer.vline.pl/download/update/latest.pythonX.X.tar.gz tar -xzf latest.pythonX.X.tar.gz -C /tmp rm latest.pythonX.X.tar.gz cp -r iptvplayer-for-e2.git/IPTVPlayer /usr/lib/enigma2/python/Plugins/Extensions/IPTVPlayer rm -rf iptvplayer-for-e2.git/IPTVPlayer sync reboot
  12. Satellites.xml supports multistream a few months back now, apparently... Post no. 51: https://forums.openpli.org/topic/22211-ts-sateditor-200-enigma2-plugin/page-3 Search here for satellites.xml thread, too...
  13. Thanx again, m8! Is multistream included in satellites.xml ? FYI, in case you don't know: https://forums.openpli.org/topic/22211-ts-sateditor-200-enigma2-plugin/page-3#entry696566 by Stephane94: "...satellites. Xml supports multistream. Here is an example. Here is an address where you can find the satellites.xml with multistreams. http://satellies-xml.org/ stephan94"
  14. enigma2-plugin-extensions-iptvplayer_150.02.05.00_all whats new: -Add new domain gomovies.to for 123movies -Fix links extraction from 123movie -Fix openload -Fix moonwalk.cc -Fix links extraction for series from filmovizija.ws -Add duktape as IPTVPlayer utility, fix openload links extractor. -Add new subtitles provider: podnapisi.net/ -Fix openload - taken from youtube-dl -Fix dardarkom.com/ -Try to fix svtplay.se/ -Fix regex in losmovies.cc/ for links extraction -Add new host losmovies.cc/ -Restore original host 123movieshd.to/ move host 123movieshd.tv/ as new host seriesonline.io/ -Add search to okgoals.com/ -Add new host okgoals.com/ -Fix filiser.tv/ crash when try to extract links for removed movie