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- 1 OpenPLi - Installation and configuration:
- 1.1 • Supported receivers
- 1.2 • OpenPLi installation
- 1.3 • OpenPLi configuration
- 1.4 • Tips and Tweaks
- 1.5 • Problems and Solutions
- 2 OpenPLi - Functions and default plugins
- 3 OpenPLi - Information for advanced users
- 4 OpenPLi - Information for developers
- 5 OpenPLi - Information for translators
- 6 OpenPLi - Faits divers
OpenPLi - Installation and configuration:
Overview of all supported receivers and how to flash your receiver. Also there is a comparison table were many receivers are listed and are compared right down to component level, so you can make an easier choice if you want to buy one. Also there is a special table that gives the power consumption of many receivers.
Here will be explained how to install OpenPLi on your receiver, various methods are explained and below are the various links that you might need. The link to the what, how and why to backup is recommended.
Here is explained how you can configure OpenPLi
Before you update, upgrade or change anything it is good to have a backup. Here the plugins "Autobackup" (by default installed), the "BackupSuite" (has to be installed) and some models which have an internal backup function are explained.
Looking for network ID's, symbolrates and frequency's to scan your cable channels..? Here you can find the information of our cable provider.
Channel settings file for various satellites.
If you want to share your data like a NAS, OpenPLi receiver, PC (desktop, notebook) or any other medium using NFS, CIFS (SMB/Samba), this is were to look.
Here you will find a list of known external devices that are known to work with OpenPLi.
When you want to look at encrypted channels and not only Free to Air (FTA) you can use a softcam. In this section is explained how to install and use a few.
Many useful tips on various stuff on working with OpenPLi, Putty, SSD useful or not, debugging, how to crashlog, etc. etc.
This section deals with all kind of problems and possible solutions. If you run into a problem using OpenPLi you can take a peak here to find a solution.
OpenPLi - Functions and default plugins
Everything you need to know about the EPG and it's settings.
Some functions are not easy to find, but can be very helpful, here there are a few.
This feature can make your devices work better together, so like using one remote to control TV and receiver. Note it is turned off by default
With this function Hotkeys can be (un)selected to make things easier.
Although a SetTopBox (STB) isn't a media player most media files can be played, like MKV, AVI, MP3, etc. These files can be played using Gstreamer. Gstreamer isn't something you have to select, the only thing you have to do is go to the file you want to be played and press OK or use the Play' button on your remote control and the file will start playing. To access your media files use the remote control, as most remote controls have a button like PVR, Playlist, Recording list, Media or something that points to playing recorded files. These names are chosen, as it is a STB (SetTopBOX) and thus meant to play recordings and not all kind of media files. If you want to read more about Gstreamer follow the link. If for some reason the media file is not playing please read here: media files not playing.
Here the mountmanager is explained. It is used to mount (make) accessible external drives, like with a NAS or (the harddisk of) other receivers. Mounting means associating a storage device to a particular location in the directory tree.
If want to extend the functions of OpenPLi you can install plugins from the feed (=the technical name where the plugins are stored) . Remember these plugins are not maintained by OpenPLi, so always backup before installing.
In the OpenPLi feed are many plugins. Here is explained, like what these plugins can do and how some of these plugins work, Refresh Bouqet, Autotimer, etc.
This function gives you the option to use the tuners from another OpenPLi receiver, whether they are wired or wireless (WiFi) connected. This way you can watch TV when there is no access to satellite or cable or expand your number of tuners.
Webif makes it possible to access your receiver from any “node” (PC, tablet, phone, etc.) as long as they have a network connection, wired or wireless (WiFi or UTP). Here there is Information about the Webif (webinterface) and how to access and configure it.
OpenPLi - Information for advanced users
Many useful information on various subjects, to name but a few; GStreamer, HbbTV, Overscan, Satfinders, TV-headend, Unicable and VPN
OpenPLi - Information for developers
Info for developers and some basic Git commands.
OpenPLi - Information for translators
OpenPLi is always looking for help to have it translated properly in many languages. Here there is information, FAQ etc. to help you along the way.