OpenVix 3.2.037 pour VU+

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The worlds first Enigma2 team to bring you 1920×1080 full HD skin support, are proud to introduce a brand new ViX image for all OpenViX supported receivers
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OpenViX 3.2 is based on the OE-Alliance v3.2 core. You cannot perform an online update to it if you are currently on Hades or any older image. You can flash image using USB method or using Image Manager.

You should be fine to restore a settings backup after you have flashed the image, this will restore most things to how you had it before.
DO NOT RESTORE PLUGINS

There are many guides to flash/restore. Here is another
http://www.world-of-satellite.com/sh…p-and-Restores

So what is different in OpenViX 3.2 then?
OpenViX Hades build 018 is the final build in the Hades series.

We are moving back to a numbered system for images. The numbering for the image comes from the actual branch of the OE-Alliance the image is built from. So as time moves on and things get updated/new branches created, we will bump the numbers to suit. Simple.

As with previous images, the main differences are core of the image or the OE (Open Embedded). This has undergone a lot of changes, updates and fixes. As a user you should not notice many differences between previous images and Openvix 3.2 (i.e. there are not many functional differences.)

Features/Updates

OE-CORE update to 27th July 2015
GCC update to 4.9.2
GLIBC update to 2.2.1
Bitbake update to 1.27
GStreamer update to 1.5.1
Python update to 2.7.9
Updated samba
Updated telnet
Updated vsftpd
Updated nfs
Enabled IPTV recording
Enabled RTC suppport for receivers that support it.
Many other updates/tweaks to OpenViX Enigma2
VU HbbTV is now working

Known Image issues
Dreamplex – Some users in certain setup’s may have issues.
20150830: Restoring settings from previous image causes an issue with Samba, fine without restores. Fix is below.

Known Plugin/Receiver issues
Older receivers with lower amounts of memeory struggle with downloading OpenTV EPG data using Cross EPG downloader. Use a swap file in such cases.
Some 3rd party plugins may not be currently compatible with OE-A 3.2 core, streaming plugins may require their respective author’s to add dependancies for GST 1.xx.

Button Mappings

Short Red** & *** – Show current channel EPG info (ViX Single EPG).
Long Red ** & *** – Sort single EPG info when in channel list.
Short Green** & *** – Timers.
Long Green*** – AutoTimer Timers.
Short Yellow*** – EPG Search.
Long Yellow*** – Instant IMDB Database search on the current programme.
Short Blue – Extensions.
Long Blue*** – Plugins Menu.
EPG – Opens ViX EPG.
Left/Right** – Opens ViX QuickEPG.
Left/Right** – Opens ViX QuickEPG.
Up/Down** – Open Full Screen Channel List.
Long Up/Down – Open PIP list on boxes that support PIP.
TV Button** – Open Full Screen Channel List.
Long TV Button – Open Bouquets List.
** Can be changed in ViX Menu
*** Can be turned off in ViX Menu

Special Thanks

  • Rytec – for his continued support.
  • Ocram for his Picon sets
  • All developers for their plugins used in the feeds of this image.
  • All of the ViX Beta team for their hours of testing and dedication on getting this image working.
  • Rob van der Does, Belierzz, Rimas, Henkka, Huevos, Raivo, Eesatfan, Zartmy, Trial, Stig-O & June8 for their translation work
  • Huevos for his work on blindscan and ABM.
  • Gennart1 for dvb-as102 support
  • Peter de Jonge & Huevos for their work with Andyblac to improve ABM.
  • Rob van der Does, Delagroov, Schweeler, rossi2000, simonsez, nashu, Markus625 for OpenViX skins

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