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OpenBH 4.3 Vu+ Duo2

Discussion in 'OpenBH Vu+ Duo2 images' started by Ev0, Aug 27, 2019.

  1. Alexwilmac

    Alexwilmac Vip

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    You are not so new to this forum to know that there is a very effective alternative way to update:
    use telnet/ssh command

    opkg update && opkg upgrade

    and then (after this command ends)
    reboot

    Maybe, if you had told us also what version do you get from info, it'd be useful ;)
     
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  2. bumperbee

    bumperbee Vu+ User

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    Hi Alexwilmac, thank you for your quick reply & solution. I do not know there is another such method of updating. I try it out. Best Regards
     
  3. bumperbee

    bumperbee Vu+ User

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    Hi Alexwilmac, using your recommended method. Before update the firmware is openbh 4.3.037 (2020-07-12), Kernel/Drivers: 3.13.5/20190429. After update is still the same and I notice it started failing from line 252 onwards. After reboot, I update again and the failure seem the same which started from line 252. I had made a copy in the attached document. Please help
     

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  4. Alexwilmac

    Alexwilmac Vip

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    Never had this error: this is matter for coders.
    And, just to be sure: did this happen after a clean install in flash? Did you download the image from this forum or elsewhere? Because this is the only official forum for OpenBlackhole.
     
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  5. bumperbee

    bumperbee Vu+ User

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    The test yesterday was on a clean image with no backup restoration. The test results I submitted earlier was on my backup image but this image also has got no plugin in it except for necessary setting that needed to set-up, a Obh skin and restore a recording timer file, that’s all.

    Yes, all Obh images are downloaded from this website.
     
  6. Alexwilmac

    Alexwilmac Vip

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    It's not clear: have you ever tried the command line in a clean image? A backup is absolutely not reliable! It's not only because a plugin that an image may be faulty.

    So, the ONLY reliable try is to have a clean image and immediately update it.
     
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  7. bumperbee

    bumperbee Vu+ User

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    No, at that moment I do not know of this command. I download the image again and flash. Thank you
     
  8. bumperbee

    bumperbee Vu+ User

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    I had flash a new image with no restoration of backup and the result is still the same, getting errors from line 255 onwards by using Putty as per attached. Please help
     

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  9. Alexwilmac

    Alexwilmac Vip

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    Try and change your DNS in the Network settings; you can try the OpenDNS

    208.67.222.222
    208.67.220.220

    or the not privacy respectful Google ones, just to see what happens,

    8.8.8.8
    8.8.4.4

    or also
    1.1.1.1
    1.1.0.0

    It would be also interesting to check if the same happens with other images, starting from BH.
     
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  10. bumperbee

    bumperbee Vu+ User

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    I tried all, none works
     
  11. bumperbee

    bumperbee Vu+ User

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    Developers of OpenBlackHole, please help
     
  12. Mick12334

    Mick12334 Moderator

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    Have you tried the telnet commands, to update?
    http://www.vuplus-community.net/board/threads/open-blackhole-online-update.35824/

    Is anyone else experiencing this problem? If not then the problem must lie at your end, try disconnecting your internal hard drive, if you have one connected, and any USB device, connected to your receiver, then try flashing a clean image, and see if it updates.

    The Open Black Hole team are busy, at the moment.
     
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  13. Alexwilmac

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    Yes, he tried, after my post#61

    @bumperbee
    You absolutely need to try another image, starting from BH because, if also that one has the same issue, it would be very likely that the problem is caused by your provider or your country.
    After BH, as second try, it'd be important to try OpenViX. Then report.
     
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  14. bumperbee

    bumperbee Vu+ User

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    Hi Mick12334, thank you for the advice. I did removed the harddisk (no flashdrive connected) before flashing with a clean image but sadly, it is still the same.

    @Alexwilmac, ok I try again
     
  15. duetto

    duetto Vu+ Newbie

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    I can confirm the same problem: impossible to update OBH via menu or telnet.
    Changed DNS, no difference.

    In telnet I get the same multiple error messages at the end, "wget returned 8".

    From the menu the update fails in the backup part (it stays indefintely at 46%) and if I uncheck the backup option, it doesn't do anything.

    I'm on:
    Sistema OE: OE-Alliance 4.3
    Versione firmware: openbh 4.3.019 (2020-03-12)
    Kernel / Drivers: 3.13.5 / 20190429


    I don't know if it's related, but I receive an error updating iSttings2, too.
     
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  16. duetto

    duetto Vu+ Newbie

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    Trying to download one of the IPK from the same url via browser for test, results in 404 not found.
    Other ipk, plugins etc, the same.
     
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  17. Alexwilmac

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    Maybe (just maybe) there is a problem in the OBH server and, as you @bumperbee and @duetto , had not immediately updated your images in the past weeks, you don't succeed in doing it now.
    Anyway, probably won't be important... in the near future ;)
     
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  18. Matrix10

    Matrix10 Administrator

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    It still seems to me that the problem is on the server side.
    Namely, some files and updates are without problems in log files
    which means the connection is OK.
    I hope @Ev0 finds a reason.
     
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  19. bumperbee

    bumperbee Vu+ User

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    Hi Everyone, thank you all for the infos, it is a relieve. It will be great if it came in earlier. I had formatted my Pc, do a hard reset to my router. Ahhh, I got so much work to do
     

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