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    Zitat Zitat von zeini Beitrag anzeigen
    Yes, I also think so. "Didn't find storage deice!"is not good. Look, if DOM is plugged on correctly!
    I have been swapping between the old and new dom so I think it is connected correctly.

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    Zitat Zitat von orson Beitrag anzeigen
    I believe some DOM devices need the power cable connected or they will not show up.
    I have seen posts on this, there is a place you can connect in the Azbox for 5v supply. Google it.
    I will give this a try thanks Orson, the new dom did come with a 2 wire cable so I could use the ground and 5v output from the TX/RX terminal after some more research that is.

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    Thanks Zeini and Orson, connecting 5v to the DOM appears to have done the trick, I can now load the mediaportal too....the old 256 DOM didn't have enough space. Obviously I will need to leave the 5v feed connected but the results below show the DOM is working.


    3 0 1932840 hda
    3 1 361871 hda1
    3 2 4536 hda2
    3 3 59472 hda3
    3 4 1 hda4
    3 5 1506959 hda5
    31 0 8192 mtdblock0
    31 1 128 mtdblock1
    31 2 128 mtdblock2
    31 3 256 mtdblock3
    31 4 6656 mtdblock4

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    Glad you got it working.
    I bought a 1GB DOM, I find 1GB is more than enough for what I need. It didn't need any power connected to it (azbox elite), maybe because it is only 1GB ? I don't know if power requirement is size related or just manufacturer design.
    Below is the one I bought, cost around 20 US dollars, which included worldwide delivery. No extra power required.

    Formating Dom-dom-1gb.jpg

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    Zitat Zitat von orson Beitrag anzeigen
    Glad you got it working.
    I bought a 1GB DOM, I find 1GB is more than enough for what I need. It didn't need any power connected to it (azbox elite), maybe because it is only 1GB ? I don't know if power requirement is size related or just manufacturer design.
    Below is the one I bought, cost around 20 US dollars, which included worldwide delivery. No extra power required.

    Formating Dom-dom-1gb.jpg
    You could be right about the size of DOM deciding if a 5v feed is required mine is the Premium plus, when I Google searched for a 1GB DOM I didn't get much choice and the 2GB was the virtually the same price as the 1GB, it cost about £14 or 23 US with postage from China and took less than 2 weeks to arrive. If it helps others wanting to change their DOM because the 4.2 image is now so large here is a pic of the one that I got if they get the 1GB version they probably won't need a 5v feed.


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    I think OpenATV have a built-in system to utilise the extra space on larger DOMs, guys... No need for AZUp 2.2.8.

    There are other solutions, like a script by Fabry, as I wrote a lot about it, in various forums...

    Here is a copy of one such post of mine (using a different image, not OpenATV, which has a Device Manager):

    "I have an Elite model with 1GB Transcend DOM, which is recognised and it's functioning fine! To my mind the most usable image so far... What do you find best?

    So, here is what I did:

    AZUp 2.2.7, EXT3, DOM, format extended partition etc. etc.

    Code:
    ID Team : OpenRSI
    ID Enigma : OpenRSI_for_Azbox
    Version : 3.0
    About E2 : Enigma2
    Kernel : ULK-3.3.1
    
    =================================
    
    21:27:35 > Connecting...
    21:27:35 > Login...
    21:27:35 > Login Success.
    21:27:35 > Checking kernel ver...
    21:27:35 > You have NEW kernel in your AZBox
    21:27:36 > Getting Enigma Info...
    21:27:36 > Detect E2 in AZBox - NOK
    21:27:36 > Checking files...
    21:27:37 > Checking files - done
    21:27:37 > Overclock Checking...
    21:27:37 > Your AZBox is not OverClocked.
    21:27:37 > Checking rescue mode...
    21:27:38 > Rescue mode - OK
    21:27:47 > Free RAM Checking...
    21:27:47 > Free RAM = 83768 KB
    21:27:47 > Sending Kernel ...
    21:27:49 > Sending Kernel - Done
    21:27:49 > Copying kernel...
    21:29:15 > Copying kernel - Done
    21:29:16 > Storage Device Checking...
    21:29:16 > Storage Device Checking - Done
    21:29:16 > Creating Partitions...
    21:29:16 > Size of DOM Checking...
    21:29:17 > Size of DOM = 1002 MB
    21:29:23 > Creating Partitions - Done
    21:29:24 > Formatting Partitions...
    21:29:37 > Formatting Partitions - Done
    21:29:37 > Preparing...
    21:29:37 > Free RAM Checking...
    21:29:37 > Free RAM = 82448 KB
    21:29:39 > Sending E2 Image ...
    21:29:47 > Sending E2 Image - Done
    21:29:48 > Image Size Checking...
    21:29:50 > Image Size = 100 M
    21:29:50 > Copying E2 files...
    21:30:57 > Copying E2 files - Done
    21:30:57 > Finalising Installation
    21:30:58 > Removing tmp files...
    21:31:00 > E2 installed successfully.
    21:31:00 > Rebooting... after ~5sec
    After I put in a channels list, plugins (Device Manager from the feeds is necessary to set a USB stick!), a skin... and then deleted stuff I don't need (default skin, wireless stuff, cable stuff etc.), I ran Fabry's script - here is my little "how to":

    Fabry's script for my 1GB DOM

    a) Plug in a USB stick formatted in EXT3 at the back of your AZbox, while it is running, go to > Device Manager > red, if memory serves, to mount it as media/usb, so it will be dev/sda1 (if it is media/hdd just substitute usb for hdd in the text below).

    b ) Then, go into Rescue Mode (switch the AZbug at the back, then ON again, press > button on the front panel and hold, 'till you see the IP address of the rec.).

    c) Start Telnet SW (PuTTy) on your PC, log-in by typing "root" (without "" signs), then copy and paste one line at the time of the text you will see below...

    Warning:

    - do not try to put in the next one unless and until you see the # sign come up in the next row, below the command you just issued;

    - when 2 or 3 of these commands are given you will have to wait, 'till all the copying is done, so watch out for them and be patient;

    - copy the script from this thread into Notepad++ and then copy each line from it into PuTTy;

    - when you are in PuTTy, put the cursor where you need to paste a copied line, then right click and the message will be pasted, then hit the ENTER keyboard and watch... then, the next one...

    Here is Fabry's great little script:

    mkdir usb

    mount -o noatime /dev/sda1 usb

    mkdir dom

    mount -o noatime /dev/hda1 dom

    cd usb

    mkdir backup

    cd backup

    mkdir dom

    cd /home/root

    cp -a dom/* usb/backup/dom/ #or for media/hdd: cp -a dom/* hdd/backup/dom/

    #WAIT HERE > 'till you see # again!!! and only thren issue the next command...

    umount dom

    echo ",512,83" > hda.out

    echo ",4,83" >> hda.out

    echo ",128,82" >> hda.out

    echo ",,5" >> hda.out

    echo ",,83" >> hda.out

    sfdisk -f -uM /dev/hda < hda.out

    #WAIT A BIT HERE, TOO!!!!

    mkfs.ext3 /dev/hda1 -b 4096 -E stride=96

    mkfs.ext3 /dev/hda2 -b 4096 -E stride=96

    mkswap /dev/hda3

    mkfs.ext3 /dev/hda5 -b 4096 -E stride=96

    sync

    mount -o noatime /dev/hda1 dom

    cp -a usb/backup/dom/* dom/ #If it is media/hdd: cp -a hdd/backup/dom/* dom/

    #WAIT HERE FOR THE BACKUP TO BE RETURNED TO DOM!!!

    sync

    umount usb

    umount dom

    reboot -f

    Now, when the box reboots you will have to remove the USB stick via Device Manager (Umount) and edit the fstab file (FTP to OpenRSi 2.02 and go to /etc folder) by inserting the following line:

    Code:
    /dev/hda5     /media/cf     auto   defaults    0  0
    Restart AZbox HD. Sometimes several times, until it is finally mounted.

    So, now I have:

    1/2 GB hda1 = E2 partition - meaning, lots of space to experiment with emus, skins, plugins and whatnot...

    4 MB hda2 = who knows what this is for???

    128 MB hda3 = SWAP partition - when big updates are available, this makes them possible...

    over 300MB of hda4/5 = extended partition, i.e. /cf > where one directs EPG, picons, subtitles etc. (via HD Glass skin etc.).

    Let's see if this helps the image, in terms of speed and stability, not only the extra space one has now...
    ...and then I got these results:

    root@azboxhd:~# free
    total used free shared buffers
    Mem: 102600 100896 1704 0 2768
    -/+ buffers: 98128 4472
    Swap: 131540 0 131540

    root@azboxhd:~# df -h
    Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on
    /dev/hda1 503.9M 149.9M 328.4M 31% /
    tmpfs 64.0K 0 64.0K 0% /media
    /dev/hda5 300.8M 16.2M 269.1M 6% /media/cf
    tmpfs 50.1M 492.0K 49.6M 1% /var/volatile

    Mem: 100504K used, 2096K free, 0K shrd, 2792K buff, 40440K cached
    CPU: 12% usr 10% sys 6% nic 65% idle 0% io 0% irq 4% sirq
    Load average: 1.67 1.89 1.72 1/72 692
    PID PPID USER STAT VSZ %VSZ %CPU COMMAND
    517 1 root S 25532 25% 19% /usr/bin/CCcam221
    534 521 root S 68496 67% 7% /usr/bin/enigma2

    etc. etc.

    Then, I continued setting it up, including EPG and picons path and so on and then I ran these commands again...

    The image is pretty responsive at this point, as opposed to OpenATV and OpenSPA, so it is a good lead, so to speak...

    At least to me...

    ================================================== =

    Memory now:

    free
    total used free shared buffers
    Mem: 102600 100908 1692 0 76
    -/+ buffers: 100832 1768
    Swap: 131540 38584 92956
    root@azboxhd:~#

    =============================

    df -h
    Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on
    /dev/hda1 503.9M 150.0M 328.4M 31% /
    tmpfs 64.0K 0 64.0K 0% /media
    /dev/hda5 300.8M 77.3M 208.0M 27% /media/cf
    tmpfs 50.1M 600.0K 49.5M 1% /var/volatile

    =============================

    top
    Mem: 100944K used, 1656K free, 0K shrd, 100K buff, 4724K cached
    CPU: 20% usr 13% sys 0% nic 63% idle 0% io 0% irq 2% sirq
    Load average: 1.54 1.57 1.77 1/73 569
    PID PPID USER STAT VSZ %VSZ %CPU COMMAND
    480 1 root S 24664 24% 31% /usr/bin/CCcam221
    498 485 root S 138m 138% 2% /usr/bin/enigma2"


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