network enabled kernel for T-CHL5DAUC/T-CHL5DEUC(b550,b6000)

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Re: network enabled kernel for T-CHL5DAUC/T-CHL5DEUC(b550,b6000)

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1. You can skip step1 because you already have earlier firmware- it enought to restore u-boot you need. It is OK (i wrote it in small green letters ;))
2. You do not have alternative firmware - you do not need it if you skip step1.
3. It is better to set model back to B6000. But after this set watchdog off and rs232-Jack to debug again (it changes after model switching)
4. Step2 is as dangerous as dangerous is flashing at all. In bad case you can restore TV if you success with u-boot (few seconds)
5. Manual says, that step1 is ok if there is firmware 2010_step2. As i said, you do not need step1 at all.
So, should I move to the other threads and try starting from step2 there?
Yes. :)
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Re: network enabled kernel for T-CHL5DAUC/T-CHL5DEUC(b550,b6000)

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bago75 wrote: 1) Should I leave B6000 or can I switch to B7000 model type while doing this stuff?
If your TV is operating well, leave B7000. To have active network settings window, try enable wireless in service menu at first:

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control-sub option-network-----> set to wireless (from cable)
after this you should see active network settings window.
As far as I understood now that I installed 2008.0 patched from jusiz28 guide I don't need anything else from merv07 guide (http://forum.samygo.tv/viewtopic.php?p=9859#p9859) and I should be able to load networking.
Yes, your kernel now supports network
Once I will have understood how to enable networking I can take step6 partII from merv07 guide in order to make everything automatic at power on.
Yes, to much manuals is confusing. Now you need startup scripts from merv07 to have samygo extensions working. If you do not get network setings over menu, you need do it from console (or with some scripts)
2) As I now run "T-CHL5DEUC-2008v24-auto-arfix2-decod.rar" from jusiz28 and I'm able to manually load the driver and bring up the rausb0 from serial console what should I do next to give it a chance to find my wireless network and to ask me the password to connect to it?
I think you should try insecure wifi at first and just after you get it working - use wep or wpa keys. Here were some posts how to set network from console.
Also I saw I used the modules from the "wifi extension addon 0.02" but the modules can also be found in the "SamyGO All Extensions": I think that if the module loads and I can see "rausb0" then it should be fine, but...
Use any module witch works on your TV. Do not investigate weel. Try any modules until you get it working. That`s all :)
4) As I can't find All Extensions for my TV can you confirm I can use "All Extensions" for T-CHL5DAUC even if I have a T-CHL5DEUC?
Yes, try it. Should work.
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Re: network enabled kernel for T-CHL5DAUC/T-CHL5DEUC(b550,b6000)

Post by alexandregz »

Hi:

I follow this manual (http://forum.samygo.tv/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=956#p9859) -very useful- but at point 6, when I check the CRC from boot.img file, I get some CRC that I think is wrong:

emf@emf-desktop:~/Escritorio$ cksfv boot.img
; Generated by cksfv v1.3.14 on 2011-02-05 at 19:15.24
; Project web site: http://www.iki.fi/shd/foss/cksfv/
;
; 798720 18:14.24 2011-02-05 boot.img
boot.img 72E0915


I try the command (version 1.3.14, same version in the manual) with Ubuntu and MacOS

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Re: network enabled kernel for T-CHL5DAUC/T-CHL5DEUC(b550,b6000)

Post by arris69 »

alexandregz wrote:Hi:

I follow this manual (http://forum.samygo.tv/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=956#p9859) -very useful- but at point 6, when I check the CRC from boot.img file, I get some CRC that I think is wrong:

emf@emf-desktop:~/Escritorio$ cksfv boot.img
; Generated by cksfv v1.3.14 on 2011-02-05 at 19:15.24
; Project web site: http://www.iki.fi/shd/foss/cksfv/
;
; 798720 18:14.24 2011-02-05 boot.img
boot.img 72E0915


I try the command (version 1.3.14, same version in the manual) with Ubuntu and MacOS
the crc is ok, but output format is not 'samsung format', you have to apply this patch https://samygo.svn.sourceforge.net/svnr ... rmat.patch and recompile cksfv

hth
arris

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Re: network enabled kernel for T-CHL5DAUC/T-CHL5DEUC(b550,b6000)

Post by alexandregz »

Perfect.
Thx a lot :D

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Re: network enabled kernel for T-CHL5DAUC/T-CHL5DEUC(b550,b6000)

Post by alexandregz »

One more questions :roll:

The kernel from the wiki ( http://wiki.samygo.tv/index.php?title=E ... es_Devices ) for my device (T-CHL5DEUC, UE32B6000) have a different directory structure that the "original" T-CHL5DAUC, all modules (net, video, etc.) isn't here.
I just copy the modules from the T-CHL5DAUC Image file. It's ok?.

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Re: network enabled kernel for T-CHL5DAUC/T-CHL5DEUC(b550,b6000)

Post by alexandregz »

Yes, I upgrade the kernel image and works fine. With dmesg command I can look the new kernel msg booting. I can load the modules too (I have placed manually from usb) with insmod.

Anyway, I found my big problem when I try to create the boot.img. For a problem with file permissions, I have brick my tv. Fortunately, I make backups before step 1 from your guide (http://forum.samygo.tv/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=956#p9859, really useful :-) ) and I can restore :-)

Can I test the new boot.img before update tv? (point 6.e) For example with the u-boot loader booting from usb, like at point 2.g.

tia.

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