Vil bare tilføye link til PLI sin felles "End User Forum" , den er faktisk veldig viktig da jeg mener PLI sin image utvikling til ET 9000 har kommet lengst . :Opprinnelig postet av Tyf
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01-21-2011, 11:18 #63Opprinnelig postet av nordic45
01-24-2011, 01:48 #64
HDF-Teamimage v2 23.01.2011
01-26-2011, 09:51 #65
ET9000 - "et9000 buttonsReneW"
Anbefaler absolutt til alle eiere av ET9000 - "et9000 - "buttonsReneW"
Med denne kan man lett velge ekstra funksjoner på lang tastetrykk av farge knappene (rødt, grønt, gult og blått ).
Det jeg savnet hos PLI var at en må in i meneyen for å komme til "Plugin" meny.
Nå har jeg lagret "Plugin" under LANG grønn tast.
01-26-2011, 14:21 #66
Er det tuneren eller PLI-imaget som gjør at man ikke kan trykke talltastaturet på "sms-vis" når man velger kanaler i kanallista?
En annen ting: Meny - Plugins - rød knapp, Extensions managment. Der skjer det ikke noe. Hvorfor...? (Er vel det samme som lang blå - 2 - Manage extensions)
01-27-2011, 12:01 #67Opprinnelig postet av nordic45
Med samme type skin under "Plugin" meny kan jeg velge "rødt" for "Fjern Plugin" og jeg får automatisk stien for plugin avinstalering : system-extension-pli-skin
Har funnet ut at mange feilsymptomer er "SKIN" relatert. Brukte " dmconcinity" skin før og halvparten av plugin jeg installerte på ET 9000 var ikke grafisk synnlig etter installasjonen.
01-27-2011, 13:38 #68Opprinnelig postet av digitech
01-28-2011, 03:00 #69
Read this Warning all ET-9000 Owners!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Read this Warning!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The backup battery in the receiver should never be taken out. The receiver will lose its memory and the receiver must be reprogrammed by the chip manufacturer. It takes up to 4 weeks and be paid for!!!!!!!!!!!!
you have been Warned
Read this Warning all ET-9000 Owners!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
01-28-2011, 20:51 #70Opprinnelig postet av nordic45
01-28-2011, 20:55 #71Opprinnelig postet av nordic45
Batteriet er ikke bare en slags backup av kalender og data. Inne ligger paringen mellom serienummer /Mac adresse og intern database algoritm hos produsent. Clarke Tech prøver å sikre sine mottakere og håper ikke det skal være lett å klone ( kopiere) disse i KINA.
01-28-2011, 20:56 #72Opprinnelig postet av nordic45
01-28-2011, 22:36 #73Opprinnelig postet av digitech
01-28-2011, 22:37 #74Opprinnelig postet av digitech
02-03-2011, 15:09 #75
Hahaha Nordic45, jeg er på lang ferie så da er det stile her ser jeg. Men bare litt info som jeg leste akurat nå, det er på engelsk men meget bra info
ET9000 Review Translated from Dutch
An English translation of memo's Post in the Netherlands section.
First conclusion of 2011: Clarke-Tech ends Dream Multimedia's hegemony as the manufacturer of Linux receivers.
As we free the Clarke-Tech ET9000 from its packaging, we're holding a Satellite receiver in our hands that really feels like a digital decoder. No plastic garbage here!
Looking at the back, we see that there are two DVB-S2 (HD/MPEG4) satellite tuners available. To make an easy Loop-Through, a handy Plug-in Loop-Through cable (so without thread), is provided.
We have to advise buyers to be careful with the bag of parts; apart from the loop-through cable, remote control and English manual, it contains several small parts for mounting an internal SATA harddisk inside the receiver. On the back side of the unit we also see connections for attaching an E-SATA or USB external harddrive.
Apart from HDMI, which is the connection of choice in terms of picture quality, there are also SCART, A/V and YPbPr Component video connections available. In later tests, it showed that the latter did not yet work with the PLi firmware. For digital sound, an optical output is available.
Looking at the front of the unit, we see a sleek, good looking design. All control buttons, except the ever important Standby button, are hidden behind the front lid. Behind the same lid there are also two card readers as well as two Common Interface (CI) slots and a USB port.
To provide the Clarke-Tech wit new firmware, we only have to download the PLi-firmware once from the internet. Just unzip it to a USB stick and the rest is easy as 1-2-3. We turn off the receiver with the power switch on the back, put the USB stick in the USB port on the front of the receiver and switch the receiver back on. After the firmware is fed to the receiver this way, future updates can be done by just using the menu system. That is, if the receiver is connected to the internet.
An internet connection is a must if you want to make use of the full potential of this unit anyway. It unleashes some unknown options and furthermore makes it possible to share all media files on your home network.
It is here we come to an important issue: anyone who wants to use this receiver to its full potential, needs to have some knowledge of computers, Linux, as well as satellite receivers. That doesn't mean we can't recommend this unit to the novice user. But in case the user is unexperienced, he or she will need some guidance from the reseller or an acquaintance.
CI-handling for example is, like with with most open-source Linux receivers, nothing to write home about. This is, however, not a necessity with this type of receiver. If you make use of a so-called softcam, the internal card readers can be used to read almost all smartcards of the big Pay-TV providers in Europe. Among which are the cards of CanalDigitaal, TV Vlaanderen and TeleSat. One has to take into consideration that this is an unauthorised approach, and that there's always the possibility that usage in the future can be blocked by technical adaptations from the encryption owner or the Pay-TV provider.
If we look at the menu, we can see that it's really a menu that has been developed for this Clarke-Tech unit. The receiver may be using the the Enigma2 Linux OS, but has as opposed to the Vu+ Duo undergone some adaptations. For this reason, the usage of Skins intended for the Dreambox or Vu+ Duo on this unit, are limited. It is clear, however, that new skins for the ET9000 will emerge.
With a skin one can change the appearance of the menus, EPG and informations. This is a big advantage of Linux receivers over 'normal' receivers. In the menu there's a plethora of settings, and the user that will invest some time in this receiver can personalise its appearance and change lots of things to his/her own preference.
But, no matter how important this may be, by far the most important are the reception and picture quality of the satellite receiver. The tuners are not top-notch in terms of sensitivity, but are adequate enough. Sometimes there's a narrow band (SCPC) transmitted TV channel, that needs some time to put a picture on the screen. Once there is a picture, one can truly enjoy a great picture. HD channels are shown in excellent picture quality. But MPEG4/SD and MPEG@/SD transmitted channels can also be vierwed in very good quality.
Important to mention is that with the PLi firmware the Fastscan channel lists of CanalDigitaal, TV Vlaanderen and Telesat can be obtained. A nice feature is that the three fastscan channel lists can be used simultaneously. Very useful for the Dutch and Belgians who have a contract with two or even three of these providers.
The network interface is an important part of the Clarke-Tech ET-9000. In our tests we could determine multiple times that the receiver, using the current firmware, was not completely reliable when using the DHCP protocol, which is the automatic assigning of an IP-addresses by the router. Problems did not occur when using a static IP-address. For the time being it is recommended to use the latter, slightly more cumbersome approach. Just like with the aforementioned YPbPr-component problem, this is clearly a firmware issue that is probably caused by drivers that are not yet fully optimised.
Talking about network functionality. Of course one can do naughty things with this Linux receiver, like the sharing of smartcards over the network. This is not so naughty when done within the walls of your home, but strictly illegal if you start sharing your subscription over the internet with others.
Last year we were very impressed with the performance and possibillities of the Vu+ Duo satellite receiver, this year it is the new Clarke-Tech ET-9000. A much better looking design, alphanumerical display and remote control make this a receiver with 'wow'-factor.
Source: Totaal TV
Originally posted by memo
Translation by dispatcher
Ses igjen om 4-5 uker da er jeg tilbake fra varmen til kulda i Norge
02-08-2011, 17:52 #76
Jeg har ikke funnet ut hvorfor enda, men etter en tids bruk blir den treg til å dekode kanalene ved kanalskifting. Om det er mye zapping, mye spilling av innspilte program eller hva det er har jeg ikke sortert ut enda. Ellers merker jeg at det ikke går å steppe eller spole når man spiller av en innspilling som ikke er ferdig innspilt.
02-15-2011, 08:35 #77
02-15-2011, 08:49 #78
Absolutt anbefaling :
Total oversikt og info om signal forhold, kanal data, system og prosses info, forbruk av RAM m.m
02-15-2011, 09:05 #79
02-16-2011, 12:13 #80
Liste over harddisker bekreftet OK med ET 9000 HD
Publiserer her liste over harddisker , testet 100 % fungerende med ET 9000 HD .
Many thanks to "johnnybegood" fra PLI end user forum .....
-Hitachi HDT725050VLA360 3.5" 7200 rpm 16MB Cache
-Hitachi HDS5C1010CLA382 Deskstar 5K1000 1000GB
-Samsung HD403LJ 400GB 7200rpm 16MB Cache
-Samsung HD501LJ 500GB 7200rpm 16MB Cache
-Samsung HD753LJ 750GB 3.5" 7200rpm 32MB Cache
-Samsung HD103UJ 1TB 3.5" 7200rpm 32 MB Cache
-Samsung HM100UI 1TB 2.5" 5400rpm 8MB Cache
-Samsung Spinpoint F2 EcoGreen HD103SI 1TB 3,5" 5400rpm 32MB Cache
-Samsung Spinpoint F2 EcoGreen HD154UI 1,5TB 3,5" 5400rpm 32MB Cache
-Samsung SpinPoint F3 EcoGreen HD105SI 1TB 3.5" 5400rpm 32MB Cache
-Samsung Spinpoint F4 EcoGreen HD204UI 2TB 3,5" 5400rpm 32 MB Cache
-Seagate Barracuda ST3500418AS 500GB 3.5" 7200rpm 16MB Cache
-Seagate Pipeline 2 HD 1TB ST31000322CS 5900rpm 8MB Cache
-Western Digital AV-GP WD5000AVDS 500GB 3.5" 32MB Cache
-Western Digital Green WD10EARS 1TB 3.5" 5400rpm 64MB Cache
-Western Digital Green WD20EARS 2TB 3.5" 5400rpm 64MB Cache
-Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500GB 2.5" 5400rpm
-Western Digital WD3200BEVT 320GB 2.5" 5400rpm 8MB Cache
-Toshiba STORE alu 640 GB
-Western Digital My Book 500AAV
-Western Digital My Book Essential 1TB (WDBACW0010HBK)
-Western Digital My Passport Essential 500GB
eSATA / USB HDD :