Discussion in 'OpenBH Updates' started by Ev0, Jan 30, 2018.
I did it with telnet..opkg update
thanks for your effort
Versione firmware: openbh 4.2.029 (2019-02-18)
4.2.030 just released
WARNING! Immediately after the reboot, every files in my media/hdd/movie folder had been erased!
This is something never happened before! Terrible.
And, please, nobody try to tell it was me because I know that, immediately before the update, every recordings were there.
It deleted also many symlinks I had created.
P.S. (EDIT) The image was in omb whilst in flash there was OBH 4.2.026.
So, it was probably a bug in the kernel management from the OMB installed image.
It seems it was really a kernel management issue swapping from omb to flash. To solve I did this
1) a fschk
2) update of the image in flash. Now they are coherent, the whole content of the movie folder got back. Fortunately.
I hope this might be useful for others: probably is not a good idea to leave the image in flash less updated of the same ones in omb (although running images from omb instead that from flash is useful under many aspects).
Excuse me Alexwillmac:
I understand a lot less about you....
when I read your post (after translating it with the google translator) I worried and went to see my files recorded on HDD but I did not find anything abnormal
In my vusolo4k I have in flash OBH 4.2 (that I have updated to the 4.2.030 release) and in OMB the OBH 4.1, BH3.6, BH3.7, BH 3.8
So, your situation has nothing to do with mine. Don't worry.
Versione firmware: openbh 4.2.030 (2019-02-21)
Why in the open-blackhole-online-update section there isn't "What is new?" text like in:
because with openbh, you get the option to view the changes on the screen if you look
New update available, but still 4.2.031, at least for some model, but probably for every models.
4.2.032 released. For the news, as usual, read the release notes under Info (then BLUE).
This update introduced changes to the USB Turbo Vu + Tuner ... I will describe. After the upgrade I ran out of DVB-T channels.
Setting the tuner before updating:
The tuner is no longer configured, which did not happen before. It also has a different designation:
Let's turn it on. We can choose to activate in both modes (c / t) simultaneously:
Here are the two modes. I can not test because I only have DVB-T. Can you deal with the two mixed types simultaneously ?:
I leave here the information since, initially and not knowing this, the Zero 4K (this situation refers to the Zero 4K) the channels went through the network tuner coming from a 4K SE One.