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Beginning from STB software version 0.2.18 all customizations of embedded portal is necessary to make using source codes of portal. After all customizations complete it is necessary to make compiling and minimization of source code of portal. After compiling and minization all files of portal could be placed in home directory for further image making. Source code of portal (portal-dev-*.tgz is in directory with current release http://soft.infomir.com)

For version 0.2.18-r4 and higher

In the directory with the original version of the portal in /system/variables/ there is a file readme.md with a description of the work and settings of the variable checking function. Archive with the original version of portal portal-dev-*.tgz is in the catalog with the release at http://soft.infomir.com/<model>/release/ where <model> - base model of STB (mag254, mag256, mag322, etc.)

To enable the variable checking function, you need:

  • Copy all files from folder /system/variables/on/ в /system/variables/ ;

  • Put the necessary variables in the /system/variables/vars.ini file;

  Example of vars.ini file:
; env data file
; Please read instructions in the readme.md file
language=en
timezone_conf=Europe/Kiev
update_url=http://10.1.1.1/stb/imageupdate
autoupdateURL=http://10.1.1.1/stb/update_list.txt
autoupdate_cond=0
portal1=http://10.1.1.1/stalker_portal/c/
portal2=
  • In the root file system rootfs , in the root directory, in the file test.sh remove comment from line # . /home/web/system/variables/check.sh .

For version 0.2.18-r3

If the variables differ then it is necessary to set the correct variables. 

environment.check (zip)

  • environment.ini - put in the catalog

/home/web/

  • environment.check.sh - put in the root directory of rootfs next to the file

/test.sh

  • test.sh - after the line

#language - индекс языка (int)

, in the empty line below add: source /environment.check.sh

  • /home/web/public/portal/services.js - remove the comment with the following line:

checkEnvVars(); uncomment this function to start environment variables check mechanism

  Example of the file test.sh (in the example, the part of the file is specified):
#!/bin/sh
 
#ipaddr_conf     - ...................... IP
#netmask         - .............. ..........
#gatewayip       - GateWay (........)
#dnsip           - DNS
#ntpurl          - NTP url
#mcip_conf       - bootstrap IP
#mcport_conf     - bootstrap Port
#mcip_img_conf   - image IP
#mcip_port_conf  - image Port
#portal1      - url .............. 1
#portal2      - url .............. 2
#volume       - .................. (int)
#language     - ............ .......... (int)
 
source /environment.check.sh
 
#    . /etc/stb_params
PORTAL_1=`fw_printenv portal1 2>/dev/null`
PORTAL_1=${PORTAL_1#portal1=}
 
PORTAL_2=`fw_printenv portal2 2>/dev/null`
PORTAL_2=${PORTAL_2#portal2=}
 
PORTAL_TMP=`cat /ram/dhcp_ready | grep "portal_dhcp="`
PORTAL_TMP=${PORTAL_TMP%%#*}
PORTAL_TMP=${PORTAL_TMP#portal_dhcp=}
  Example of the services.js file (the example shows the part of the file):
 /**
 * Main page load handler
 */
window.onload = function () {
	echo('******** STB STARTED ********');
 
	checkEnvVars();   // uncomment this function to start environment variables check mechanism
 
	try {
		environment = loadEnvironmentVars(null);
		//stbWindowMgr.setVirtualKeyboardImplUrl(PATH_SYSTEM + 'keyboard/index.html');
 
		gSTB.ShowVirtualKeyboard(true);
		// load localization
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