Quick question about services.xml

mick_c

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I've got a friend's Dreambox which I'm trying to update the channels on. I've got a few questions if you don't mind..?

Are the services and bouqet files called the same as they are on the Dbox? If so, which directory can I find them in via FTP?

Do the neutrino .xml files work or do I have to do anything to them?

Thanks - I've tried searching the forums but can't find too much that is relevant
 

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if you use dreambuoquetter it automatically loads the services files
in downloads with services files
 

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Thanks! Alas the dreambouquetter doesn't seem to do what it's supposed to, and I've given up messing around with the gemini images (even on a scan I can't find any channels with them!) Just stuck neutrino on now, it's scanning at the moment...
 

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Stick with the gemini m8, i cant find anyone on here who has a fullly working neutrino image on thier box, the gemini is the only one i have mangaged to get fully channelled.
 

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I've just noticed the Neutrino has only found around half of the channels - I tried copying the DBox2 bouquets and services.xml files, but it didn't appreciate that..!
 

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dbox services aren't the same as dream box if you open both with wordpad you'll see that the dbox files have an extra 000 on the end
 

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I've managed to edit the dbox services.xml so that it's the same format as Dreambox now. All of the channels show up, but some of them have a lot of digital interference. Any ideas how to get around this? I've tried messing around with the frequency of the transponder, but it doesn't do very much...
 

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p.s. if anyone is in the TW Scotland area, I wouldn't mind you uploading a backup of your image...! :)
 
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