Guided Setup with the
OzTiVo1.6 Install Image

Introduction

This document describes the Guided Setup process for OzTiVos using the OzTiVo 1.6 Install image. This only covers the actual Guided Setup: for all other details about imaging a hard drive and getting your networking going, please see the PrepareTiVoDisk and NetworkingHowto documents.

Also read though the KnownIssuesCurrentImageRelease document which covers any known issues since the last image was made. It may cover issues that need to be dealt with before running through this guided setup.

Booting the OzTiVo

Note for CacheCard users. When you boot the OzTiVo for the first time you will see messages on screen saying a kernel error has occured. This is normal as the CacheCard was designed to be installed into an already running OzTiVo, not a fresh install. The files required will not be written until you finish Guided setup. The CacheCard will still work correctly as a network card and in reality it is just safe to ignore the Error.

When you boot your OzTiVo for the first time, it will come up in Maintenance Mode. The only time you should see Maintenance Mode is when you are doing Guided Setup, or when you need to change your Infrared (IR) device settings.

Eventually you will see the ``Welcome to OzTiVo'' screen. Click on Select to get past this screen and the ``OzTiVo Service Terms'' screen.

Program Sources

The OzTiVo allows you to have one or two sources of video input, e.g. your Antenna (i.e. the tuner), a Cable box, a Digital STB, a Satellite box or a VCR. If you have had your OzTiVo's hardware modified to use the Antenna input, then it must be your first source of input.

A Note to Antenna + A/V Users

If you have a FTA tuner (i.e. an Antenna connection), but you also want to be able to record from your OzTiVo's composite video or S-video input, then you should do a 2-source Guided Setup. When you choose your second input, choose the one labelled `` AV Input ''. You will later be able to select a Channel 0 channel which is your A/V channel.

A Note to VCR Users

If you are setting up a VCR, you are going to have to choose a lineup that allows you to receive FTA stations. You have two options. You can choose your region's Analog FTA (Antenna) lineup: this will give you channel numbers ranging from 2 to 70. Or you can choose your state's Digital FTA lineup: this will give you channel numbers ranging from 1 to 10. Regardless, you will need to set your VCR up so that it matches the channel numbering on the OzTiVo. Alternatively the OzTiVo channel numbers can be changed to match your VCR channel numbering by following the instructions at ChangeChannelNumber.

Postcode and Area Code

The Postcode determines what Free to Air, Cable, Digital and Satellite lineups you can receive. These are all done on a state basis, so choose the Postcode and Area Code from the following table:

State Postcode Area Code
 
ACT 02600 002
NSW 02000 002
Norfolk Is 02899 002
Vic 03000 003
Qld 04000 007
PNG 04000 007
SA 05000 008
WA 06000 008
Tas 07000 003
NT 00800 008

Follow the on-screen instructions to skip past the TimeZone and Daylight Saving settings; these are used by U.S OzTiVos, but not by OzTiVos.

The First `Phone Home'

At this point, your OzTiVo needs to ``phone home'' to the OzTiVo Emulator to find out what Free to Air, Cable, Digital and Satellite lineups exist for your state. Your network should already be configured, so you can continue past the Phone Dialling Options and perform the Setup Call. It will typically take 20 minutes to import the data from the Emulator, so now is a good time to have a cup of coffee.

If the call to the Emulator fails, then there is some network problem. You should try the diagnostics described at the bottom of NetworkingHowto to help determine the problem. If these show no problems, you may have a web proxy problem; see GuidedSetupFailsISPProxyIssue for details of the problem and how to solve it.

The Dial-in Number

At this point you are given the opportunity to change your dial-in number. Again, your network should already be configured, so you can continue past this part of the Guided Setup.

Choosing Your Second Input Source

If you cose to do a 2-input setup, then you will now be shown a screen asking you to choose your second input source. Remember:

  • This is your second input source, and is always going to be an external device such as a Cable box, a Digital STB, a Satellite box or a VCR.
  • It is NOT going to be your Antenna source.

The list will include all Cable and Satellite providers for your state, as well as Digital Free to Air for your state. Choose the provider that you want.

The description of the providers will be as follows: the ending is 2 letters describing the state: AC, NS, VI, QL, SA, WA, TA or NT. The middle section describes the OzTiVo source type: Antenna (i.e. Analog free to air TV), Cable, Satellite or Digital (Digital means Digital free to air TV). The beginning describes the provider, and will be one of:

  • ``State'' FTA (used for Digital TV only),
  • ``Region'' Analog FTA,
  • ``Company'' (for either cable or satellite providers), or
  • ``Company'' Digital (for either cable or satellite digital providers) The screenshot above, and the first input screenshot below give some examples.

Choosing Your First Input Source

Now you get to choose your first input source. If this source is your Antenna, then you must choose ``Antenna and a PAL Tuner'', so that your input comes from the tuner module. If this source will be an external box connected to the OzTiVo by S/Video or by Composite video, then you must choose ``Set Top Box''.

Now you will see a list of providers for your first source of input. The list will include all Cable and Satellite providers for your state, as well as Digital Free to Air for your state, and Analog Free to Air lineups for the various regions within the state. Choose the provider that you want. There should be only one option on the second screen, so choose it and move on.

Channels You Receive

You now are given a list of channels that you might be able to receive. If you know which ones you do not receive, then follow the instructions and deselect them. If you are not sure, simple select Add all Channels now. Regardless of what you choose here, you can modify this list later.

Note that the list will also show you the source of the channel: (input1) is your first input source and (input2) is the second input source.

Connections to Recorder

At this point, you need to choose how your video sources are connected to your OzTiVo. If you only have one input source, then use the right arrow on ``First Source'' to choose the connection: S/Video or Composite Video. If you have two input sources, then use the right arrow on ``Second Source'' and do the same thing.

In order to continue Guided Setup at this point, you need to ensure that your video sources are correctly connected to your OzTiVo and supplying video signals. It is important that you see Status: Video OK on the second screen, as later on the Guided Setup will fail if there is no video input from your external video sources.

When you have your input connection(s) set correctly, go down to Accept these input settings and move to the next screen.

Setting Up Your Infrared Controller

If you have an external device which is providing video to the OzTiVo (a Cable box, a Digital STB, a Satellite box or a VCR), then you will now be presented with menus to configure how the OzTiVo sends infrared commands to this device.

Choose Infrared on the first screen, then choose the manufacturer of your device on the second screen. Make sure that you choose an OzTiVo manufacturer. On the third screen, follow the instructions to configure the Enter key; the usual answer here is No.

At this point you will be presented with a screen listing a number of specific device codes. Each code represents a certain device, and you can choose if the OzTiVo sends the IR commands at fast, medium or slow speed. Unfortunately, the name of each device is not shown. You can look up the device you want in the OzTiVo IR Database shown below to find the code for your device. Note that there are several different versions for some devices, so you should try each one until you get a successful result.

Manufacturer Device Name Code Type
ADB ABQ-3Q76 30095   Cable
ADB HDT-HSS-760A 30148   Cable
ADB Legend lstb2 30107   Cable
ADB Noganet 2005 30104   Cable
AWA AWA DT2030 30152   Cable
AWA STB232 30120   Digital
Akai Microyal MRX-1200 30067   Satellite
Akai STB 30088   Digital
Akai VS-F280 30058   VCR
Akai VS-G2160 30063   VCR
Akai VS-G765 30066   VCR
Austar ADB Atlas 30017   Satellite
Austar ADB Omega 30016   Satellite
Bush DFTA10HD 30125   Digital
Bush DFTA15HD 30159   Digital
Bush DFTA16HD 30162   Digital
Bush DFTA1A 30154   Digital
Bush DFTA5 30118   Digital
Coship 2300B 30098   Cable
DGTECH 2000A 30007   Digital
DGTECH DG-HD3800 30124   Digital
DGTECH DG-HD5210 30147   Digital
DGTECH DG-SD2401 30143   Digital
DGTECH DG-SD3401 30149   Digital
DGTECH DG-T100SD 30102   Digital
DGTECH DG-T80SD 30080   Digital
DGTECH DG-T90SD 30085   Digital
DGTECH DG-T99SD 30113   Cable
DGTECH GH5930 30163   Digital
DSE G7503 30146   Digital
DSE G7654 30008   Digital
DSE G7659 30056   Digital
Digicrystal Digicrystal 9500 30139   Digital
Digicrystal HDT-9500 30142   Digital
DishTV T1020 30161   Cable
DreamBox DM500 30131   Satellite
DreamBox DM500s 30137   Satellite
DreamBox Dreambox DM500S (china) 30151   Satellite
DreamBox Unknown 30126   Satellite
Ellies_Jonsa RFAIDT 30093   Digital
Foxtel DS420NF 30055   Satellite
Foxtel DSD 720 iX 30033   Satellite
Foxtel DxD1000 30057   Cable
Foxtel STU100 30018   Cable
Foxtel STU120 30019   Cable
Foxtel STU200 V1 30020   Cable
Foxtel STU200 V2 30021   Cable
Foxtel STU420 30046   Cable
Foxtel STU660 30025   Satellite
Foxtel STU700 30001   Cable
Foxtel STU720 V1 30012   Cable
Foxtel STU720 V2 30011   Cable
Foxtel STU720 V3 30045   Satellite
Grundig Unknown 30005   VCR
Hailo HDSTB8000 30140   Digital
Hills HSM075 30132   Satellite
Hitachi FX868E 30036   VCR
Hotchip TRD3120 30032   Digital
Humax 5400Z 30006   Satellite
Humax CX-FOX C II 30119   Cable
Humax F2-1010T 30031   Digital
Humax iVPR 9200C 30114   Cable
JVC HR-J665EA 30047   VCR
Kaon 200 30029   Digital
Kogan KoganHDSTBPVR 30160   Digital
Kross TSK-530STB 30078   Digital
LG AF993W 30009   VCR
LG LST-5100P 30109   Digital
LG V782NWK 30059   VCR
Legend LSTB2 30110   Digital
MTV MSTB767 30105   Digital
Mitsubishi HS-851V 30064   VCR
Mitsubishi HS-E20 30076   VCR
Motorola DTH325-4 30092   Cable
Motorola DVi4000 30083   Cable
Motorola Streamaster5000 30028   Cable
NEC NEC NHD2000 30094   Digital
NEC NEC1066VCR 30049   VCR
NEC VHG-106 30022   VCR
Okano OkanoSTB1000 30145   Digital
Olin HVBT1800/2000 30134   Digital
Opentel ODT3000F 30081   Digital
Other Comag PVR 2/100 CI 30141   Satellite
Other Digitel 1000 30135   Digital
Other WS-CA7886 30155   Satellite
Panasonic NV-FJ620 30052   VCR
Panasonic NV-FJ630 30041   VCR
Panasonic NV-HD620 30024   VCR
Panasonic TC20A 30086   Digital
Panasonic TU HDT104A 30123   Digital
Panasonic TUHDT105A 30111   Digital
Panasonic Unknown 30003   VCR
Panasonic nv-sd280ea 30074   VCR
Philips VR 730 30082   VCR
Philips VR656-75r 30044   VCR
Samsung DCB-9401R 30062   Cable
Samsung DTB-9401F 30037   Digital
Samsung DTB-D700F 30090   Digital
Samsung SV-DVD54T 30071   Digital
Samsung SV600 30010   VCR
Sansui SAN0737 30121   Digital
Sanyo VHR-830 30042   VCR
Sharp VC320E 30084   VCR
Soniq DVB16-QMD200 30150   Digital
Soniq QMD201B 30144   Digital
Sony SLV-815 30035   VCR
Sony Unknown 30004   VCR
Strong SRT 4652 30112   Satellite
Strong SRT 5011 30156   Digital
Strong SRT-5022 30115   Digital
Strong SRT-5066 30130   Digital
Strong SRT-5066 30129   Digital
Strong SRT4300 30157   Satellite
Strong SRT5000 30069   Digital
Strong SRT5200 30039   Digital
Strong SRT5300 30026   Digital
Strong SRT5406 30153   Digital
Teac 6010g 30060   VCR
Teac 850 30015   Digital
Teac DV-B200 30043   Digital
Teac DV-B300 30014   Digital
Teac DV-B350 30054   Digital
Teac DV-B400 30030   Digital
Teac DV-B400 V2 30040   Digital
Teac DV-B420 30048   Digital
Teac HDB840 30136   Digital
Teac HDB848 30158   Digital
Teac ITV-D500 30023   VCR
Teac MV-6000 30068   VCR
Teac SDB440 30106   Digital
Telefunken TDR986 30101   Digital
Tevion MD-29005 30075   Digital
Tevion TEV8200 30127   Digital
Thomson DTI352 30002   Digital
Thomson DTI352 V2 30038   Digital
Thomson DTI500AU 30065   Digital
Thomson DXD506RD 30089   Satellite
Topfield TF4000T 30079   Digital
Toshiba HD-S23A 30027   Digital
Transact i3 Micro 30051   Cable
Winfast TV2000XP 30133   Digital
Wintel DigiCrystal 8800 30070   Digital
Wintel Digicrystal DSD1 30116   Digital
Wintel STB1SD 30138   Digital
Wintel Supernet 30087   Digital
Wintel Win1x 30034   Digital
Wintel Wintel 1x 30053   Digital
Wintel digicrystal 8800 30077   Digital
Yess DVB-T1288 30072   Digital
Zenith PA 21 30061   Cable
Zenith SkyNZ 30091   Cable

The Second `Phone Home'

Once you have configured the IR settings for your external device, the OzTiVo needs to perform a second ``phone home'' to download any TV guide data that is available. This should only take a few minutes.

If this ``phone home'' fails but the earlier ``phone home'' worked, then this usually indicates a web proxy problem at your ISP. See GuidedSetupFailsISPProxyIssue for details of the problem and how to solve it.

Final Guided Setup Steps

The last few steps of the Guided Setup are shown above. When its says it will take 4 to 8 hours before the TV guide becomes available, they mean it! You need to leave your OzTiVo on during this period for the indexing to complete. It should take no longer than 24 hours depending on how many channels it has to index.

Unfortunately, the OzTiVo is still in Maintenance Mode at this point, and one of the problems with this mode is that video playback is very jerky: in fact, we often call this ``Jitter Mode'' instead of Maintenance Mode. You have to put up with this until the indexing is complete; then you can reboot the OzTiVo to get it out of Maintenance Mode. While in Maintenance Mode, your OzTiVo may also display the wrong on-screen time.

If you start on the OzTiVo Central Menu, and navigate down to `Messages & Setup' then `System Information', and scroll down a page (using the Chan Down button), you will see a ``Preparing data'' message and a percentage. Once the percentage reaches 100%, and the "Last Status'' shows "Succeeded''. then indexing has completed.

For those with some Linux skills, you can tell when the OzTiVo has completed guide indexing by looking in /var/log/tvlog for text along the lines of:

Mar 3 08:05:38 (none) DbGc?[127]: Sweep done (eSucceeded) - rescheduling marking in 61200 sec 

After Guided Setup - Selecting Channels

If during the channel selection you chose to add all the channels (or if you want to modify the channels you receive), then the first thing you should do is go into Watch Live TV and see what channels you do receive. The screenshot above shows you what you will see when you use the Chan Up or Chan Down buttons when watching live TV. Note that the top-right corner of the on-screen display shows the channel name and number.

Go through all the channels and find out which ones you can receive and which ones you can't. Don't be too hasty; give the OzTiVo 3 to 5 seconds on each channel before you decide you cannot receive it. Write down a list of the channels you can receive.

Once you have determined the list of available channels, follow this menu path to get to the next setup screen: OzTiVo Central -> Messages and Setup -> My Preferences -> Customize Channels -> Channels You Receive

Follow the instructions to keep the channels you receive and to remove the ones that you don't receive.

Remove the NoNag channel (WhatIsThisNonagChannel), as this is only included to stop your OzTiVo from nagging you about missing TV guide data. As long as it is in the list (even unselected) it will stop the nag messages.

Reboot to Leave Maintenance Mode

Once the guide data has been indexed for between 4 and 8 hours, to a maximum of 24 hours, It would now be a good time to set a couple of shows to record on your OzTiVo. We use a program called endpad to automatically add extra time at both the begining and the end of shows (if it does not conflict with other recordings) so you don't miss out on shows that are running early/late. for this program to work, you need to have at least a couple of shows in your todo list or else it will shut down. So at this point it has probably already shut down, but when you reboot it should now also come to life.

You can finally reboot your OzTiVo to leave Maintenance Mode (you can also reboot easily from the Messages & Setup > System Reset > Restart the Recorder screen on the TiVo itself or just pull the power). You should see the above startup screen if the reboot is successful. If you see the Maintenance Mode startup screen, don't panic. Just let the OzTiVo finish rebooting, turn it off, and try again. It can sometimes take 4 or 5 reboots before the OzTiVo finally leaves Maintence Mode. You now have a working OzTiVo to enjoy!

If you have never used a OzTiVo before, or if you want to find out about the extra software installed on this OzTiVo image, then read through the UserManual16 document.

Keeping A 1.6 Image Up To Date

The OzTiVo 1.6 Install image contains a script called update_oztivo, which will connect to the Emulator, determine what files need to updated on your OzTiVo, and download & install them.

You can run this script from the command-line via a Telnet connection. If you choose to do this, then start by running it with no options, e.g.:

update_oztivo

This tells the command to print out the list of files to change, but not actually download them. We recommend that you run update_oztivo like this the first time, so that you can see what changes will occur. If you are happy with the listed changes, you can then re-run update_oztivo with the -y option to actually perform the upgrade.

Note that the update process will never delete a file on your system; it will add new files or update existing files only.

If you have hand-tweaked your OzTiVo's files, you may want to stop certain files from being altered by the update process. To do this, create a text file called /etc/update_exclude with the full pathname of each file to exclude on its own line, i.e. each filename must start with a slash "/". Also check ExcludeFilesFromUpdate for more details.

If you haven't made any changes to your OzTiVo, and you don't like the command line, you can also run the upgrade script using a trickey key combination on your OzTiVo's remote. To avoid and posible issues with pressing these buttons, it's best to do it from live tv. so first press the Live TV buutton, then press clear, 9, 2 clear. This will run the Update script and tell you to press clear when completed. There are lots of other cool tricks tricky can do, have a look at TrickeySoftwareExamples for a current list.

Updates to 1.6 OzTiVos can be done fairly safely, as the files made available will have been tested, or won't affect the booting and ordinary operation of your box. If there are any problems, then the image maintainers will fix the files, and then you can re-run update_oztivo -y to upgrade your OzTiVo again.

We suggest running update_oztivo either from the command line or the trickey remote sequence: 'Clear, 9, 2, Clear' once you are at this stage of the guided setup. This will install any new versions and patches since the last ISO image was made. If you run into problems downloading the update, make sure you have port 873 open on your firewall/router

Also as suggested earlier in this guide make sure you read though the KnownIssuesCurrentImageRelease document which covers any known issues since the last image and updates were made.

Some of the Most Common Problems/Issues New Tivo Owners Ask About

Firstly make sure you have waited 24 hours before playing with your new toy. It usually takes this long for the OzTiVo to set itself up. Some of the problems that may be encountered if you did not wait 24 hours:

  • When I try to access "Pick programs to record" from Tivo Central, a black box appears saying "currently optimising program data, this will be available 4-8 hours from now".
  • If I try to schedule a recording, in the "season pass and other options" try to view "upcoming episodes" I am told "there are no upcoming episodes".
  • when I try to access certain areas of tivoweb, like "Now Showing" or "Deleted Shows" all I get is an error message.

Also refer to the ProblemsAndSolutions document.

Also as standard on our OzTiVo's we have extra software called EndPadPlus installed this software will automatically add 5 minute to the start and 15 minutes to the end of each show recorded. This extra time will only be added if it does not conflict with another show.

If you have any other problems make sure you have a read of the FAQ and the Hintsortips sections of the website. Also make use of the search features of both the website and Mailing list, as chances are the problem has already come up before. If you have tried all of the above and still cannot resolve the problem then post all the details to the mailing list and someone there may be able to help you.

But as a Warning: if you post a question that is clearly already answered on the site or mailing list archive, you may receive a hostile response from people sick of answering the same questions over and over again because the new owner was too lazy to search for an answer first. We are a friendly bunch, just show that you have made some effort to search for yourself before ask on the mailing list.

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-- WarrenToomey - 27 Sep 2006

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