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Update from USB drive

  • Copy on a USB drive two files:
SbootIm
set_second_boot.sh

actual version set_second_boot (sh)

  • Login to the STB via ssh

Login: root
Password: 930920
Port: 22

 Attention!!! Beginning from version 0.2.14-r8 the changes were implemented in security and update system.

In manufacturer software version (software version, which is provided by manufacturer for Autoupdate and update from embedded portal) - SSH is locked.
In Public software versions, provided in http://soft.infomir.com - SSH is open at standard port.

Operators Utilities and instructions for building firmware image

  • Connect the USB drive
  • Go to the directory in which files have been copied earlier (usually a USB drive is mounted in the directory /media/USB-…the device name.. ).
  • Run the command
set_second_boot.sh
*Reboot STB.

Update via http

  • Login to the STB via ssh
  • Run the commands (example to MAG200):
/bin/wget http://soft.infomir.com/mag200/upgrade/Second_boot/set_second_boot.sh -O /ram/set_second_boot.sh
chmod a+x /ram/set_second_boot.sh
/ram/set_second_boot.sh http://soft.infomir.com/mag200/upgrade/Second_boot/SbootIm
  • Turn off STB.

If ftp-server is used it is nessesery to use parameter for set_second_boot.sh in the form of

tftp://192.168.1.240/mag200/SbootIm

In this case the image of bootloader will be loaded by tftp protocol from a server with address 192.168.1.240 and name mag200/SbootIm.

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