VU+ Control Centre Version 0.5 Beta by Lee Hudson - Goldwafers.com To keep informed on new developments follow us on Twitter and Youtube. Code: http://twitter.com/goldwafers http://www.youtube.com/user/goldwafers VuCC.exe MD5: 89FF36EC883E9495BC55B8886C0C82CD Installation Instructions ------------------------- Unzip all the files and folders in the zip file to your local hard drive. How to Use VUCC --------------- 1. Run the VUCC.exe application. 2. Enter the IP address of your Vu+ in the IP Address field, example 192.168.1.5 If your using a private local IP address enter the IP like this: 010.000.000.001 3. If you have changed the password on your receiver, enter the password in the password field otherwise leave blank. 4. Click Connect Button Telnet ------ Self explanatory. For a list of Busybox commands check out the following website: http://www.busybox.net/downloads/BusyBox.html FTP --- Click the FTP Button. This will load FileZilla FTP Client and automatically connect to your Vu+ For instructions on using FileZilla check out the following website: http://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Using Settings Backup --------------- Click on Settings Backup Button. Click the Backup Settings Button. This will backup all the settings from the Vu+ to the enigma2, tuxbox and cfg folders on your PC HDD. The enigma2, tuxbox and cfg folders will be located in the same folder as this program. Click the Restore Vu+ Settings Button. All your backup data will be restored to the Vu+ Once the files have successfully been restored you'll need to reboot the receiver by powering off and on using the switch on the back of the receiver. Media Files Manager ------------------- Uploading a Media File: Select the Hard Drive and folder that contains your Media File. Select the PVR device you have installed from the "Choose PVR Device" drop down window. Click on the Local file or files you want to upload so it's highlighted in blue. Click the Upload Button to transfer the file or files from your local HDD to the Vu+. Downloading a Media File: Select the Hard Drive and folder that you wish the file or files to be transferred too. Select the PVR device you have installed from the "Choose PVR Device" drop down window. Click on the Remote file or files you want to download so it's highlighted in blue. Click the Download Button to transfer the files from the Vu+ to your local HDD. Deleting Local File: Select Local file so it's highlighted in blue. Click Delete Local File Button. Deleting Remote File: Select remote file so it's highlighted in blue. Click Delete Remote File Button. Vu+ HDD Manager --------------- To mount and format a Hard Disk Drive do the following: Select the receiver type and Hard Disk type. Click the Format Button. This will erase all the data on the Vu+ HDD. Wait until the format has completed. It can take approx 10-15 minutes for a 1TB HDD. You'll see a command prompt like one below when the format has completed. root@bm750> root@vusolo> root@vuuno> root@vuultimo> Vu+ WebControl -------------- Click the Vu+ WebControl Button to open Vu+ WebControl in your default web browser. Upload Channel List ------------------- Select the local directory where the Channel List is sorted. Double click the folder to list the files. Click the "Upload Channel List" Button. When you see the "Channel List Uploaded! Reboot Vu+" message box appear click OK. Now Reboot Vu+ by powering off and on. IPK Installer ------------- Click the "..." Button to select the local directory where the "ipk" file is located. Now click the "Upload and Install IPK File" Button. The selected "ipk" file will be transferred to the /tmp folder then installed. Details of the installation will be viewable in the terminal window. Driver Manager -------------- Click the "Backup Driver" button to backup your current driver. This is very important as you may need to restore this driver if the latest driver you install isn't compatible with your current image. So always make a backup before attempting to install a new driver. Click the "Restore Backup Driver" button to reload your earlier backup to the receiver. After the driver has been successfully restored reboot the receiver (power off/on). Click the "Upload New Driver" button to download and install the latest driver from the internet to your receiver. You'll need to allow VuCC internet access in your firewall to enable it to download the current list of drivers. You have a choice of "Current Stable Drivers" and "Beta Drivers" Select the receiver type you'd like to update, example: Vu+ Duo Select either "Current Stable Drivers" or "Beta Drivers" You'll now see a list of all the drivers ever released for that model of receiver. Select the latest driver (latest driver is at the bottom of the list and listed by release date) Click the "Install Selected Driver" Button. When you see the messagebox to say it's completed, reboot the receiver (power off/on). Remember always make a backup before attempting to install a new driver in case the new driver isn't compatible with your current image. Troubleshooting Driver Manager: If the receiver sticks at the bootup screen after installing a new driver then the new driver isn't compatible with your current image. Simply restore your backup driver and reboot the receiver again (power off/on). Version History: ---------------- Version 0.5 Released 01-01-2012 Updated Driver Manager to support new images using Kernal 3.1.1 Added filter to Driver Manager so drivers are only listed for the correct image kernal. Updated: Drivers are now listed in release order meaning the newest driver is always displayed at the bottom of the list. Version 0.4 Released 28-11-2011 Added Driver Manager. Now you can backup drivers and download and install new drivers in just a couple of clicks. Updated Media Files Manager. Now you can upload or download multiple media files to and from the receiver. Updated Settings Backup. Version 0.3 Released 11-7-2011 Added IPK Installer. Fixed Telnet paste issue. You can now use CTRL V or Right Mouse Button to paste code from clipboard to Telnet Window. Version 0.2 Released 30-9-2010 Fixed Progressbar issue in Media Files Manager. Added Channel List Uploader. Added Auto save login details when application is closed. Added User definable ports for FTP, Telnet, WebPanel. Note: Leave the default ports as they are unless you've altered the default ports on Vu+. Version 0.1 Released 16-9-2010 First Public Beta Release. To keep informed on new developments follow us on Twitter and Youtube. Code: http://twitter.com/goldwafers http://www.youtube.com/user/goldwafers VuCC.exe MD5: 89FF36EC883E9495BC55B8886C0C82CD Released 01-01-2012 Many Thanks to my good friend Lee for this great tool.