AV2HDR (for FOXSAT-HDR)
download: AV2HDR-v1.4-linux.zip (89.15KB)
description: Raydon's AV2HDR v1.4 for Linux
download: AV2HDR-v1.4-mac.zip (172.40KB)
description: Raydon's AV2HDR v1.4 for Mac
download: AV2HDR-v1.6-win.rar (645.70KB)
description: Raydon's AV2HDR v1.6 for Windows
A utility which creates Foxsat HDR compatible files from non-native video sources which can then be imported to the HDR’s hard disk. i.e. home movies, DVD rips, etc., can be imported and played back on the HDR, not just programs recorded by the box itself.
The help file (chm format) included in the download zip gives full details of program usage and source video requirements.
AV2HDR T2 (for HDR-FOX T2)
HDR-FOX T2 (Freeview HD) version of AV2HDR
download: AV2HDR-T2_v1.0_for_Windows.rar (682.56KB)
description: Raydon's AV2HDR-T2 v1.0 for Windows
Raydon’s Media and File Server Bundle for the Humax FoxsatHDR – Release 4
With the Olympic channels recording fix firmware (v1.00.21).
download: Raydons_Media_and_File_Server_Bundle_for_FOXSAT_HDR_release_4.1.2.rar (8.77MB)
description: Raydon's Media and File Server Bundle for the FOXSAT HDR Release 4.1.2
O.K guys, here’s what you Foxsat HDR owners have been waiting for.
To further enhance your Freesat experience, I am very pleased to announce the release of v4 of the Media & File Server Bundle.
Firstly, I would like to thank af123 (or af12345 as he is known here on AV Forums) for kindly allowing me to use his original ideas and sources from the HDR Fox T2 web interface development, as the basis for the web interface and support applications you find released here in v4
And also for agreeing to host the web based repository for the application packages. Without his help none of this would have been possible.
Thank You !
New features in v4
A fully functioning web interface for the Foxsat HDR.
A package management system with web based repository for the downloading and updating of applications.
This can be accessed both from the web interface and from the command line.
A service management system to display status of custom applications, start or stop them, and disable/enable boot-time autostart.
Again, this is accessible from the web interface and the command line.
v4 is based on Humax’s latest v1.00.21 firmware released on 30/07/2012 and is a complete standalone replacement for it.
What this means is that a reflash with the standard Humax v1.00.21 firmware before flashing with v4 is not necessary.
It will upgrade any earlier version of installed firmware, either standard or modified, to v1.00.21 with custom mods.
Full instructions on how to install everything are provided in the included ReadMe.txt and I suggest you read this carefully before you start, as there are many changes compared to the earlier v3.0 releases.
Update: release v3b 3/4/11 – USB Ext3 fix.
Update: release v3c 8/4/11 – udhcpc changes.
This rar archive contains everything necessary to set up the Humax Foxsat HDR as a fully functioning Media and File Server
The file named ‘FOXSAT-HDR_upgrade.hdf’ is the firmware upgrade which provides the platform on which custom application software packages can later be installed. It also provides the means to start these custom applications automatically at boot time.
NOTE:This firmware contains ONLY the code block holding the publicly licensed Linux BusyBox operating system. All other ‘Humax’ codeblocks installed when flashing a standard Humax firmware upgrade remain unaltered. Consequently, it’s much smaller file, and installs very quickly.
This is an update to my earlier releases, and includes the auto-install feature and channel editor (thanks to mogie). A new function of auto-uninstall has been added to complement auto-install.
The firmware contains a recompiled busybox binary with the same version as the HDR’s original, with some additions to support the unarchiving required by the installers and uninstallers. Plus one or two other additions to the command set. You will notice a difference with the prompts you get in telnet which now display the full path to your current folder, so you know exactly where you are in the system at all times, without the need to issue a ‘pwd’ command.
This release maintains the original directory structure on the hd4 partition, as per my earlier releases of this package. I would sincerely hope than anyone adding functionality to the HDR in the way of firmware, or applications, will respect this structure in order to maintain full backwards compatability. Also the names of existing startup scripts should not be changed, otherwise functionality of some utility scripts which depend