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How to build a complete image for your dreambox
Choosing your Platform
First of all, you will need a platform to create your image. There are many versions of linux that you can use, I have used VMWare with Ubuntu and also a dedicated linux PC running Ubuntu. Both variations will work just as well.
If you want to use VMWare, you can download it at http://www.vmware.com/download/player.
If you want to use a dedicated PC, either with Ubuntu as the main OS or as a dual-boot system, you can download Ubuntu for free at http://www.ubuntu.com.
The VMWare method is probably easier if you are trying it out for the first time. You can always uninstall it if it's not for you.
Configuring your Ubuntu
The following packages need to be installed in your ubuntu before you start creating any images.
Click on System, Administration, Synaptic Package Manager.
You will need to search for the following packages and install them:
- makeinfo (texinfo)
- bunzip2 (bzip2)
- gunzip (gzip)
- infocmp (ncurses-bin / ncurses-devel)
- libpng2 or libpng3 (DirectFB)
- ftpd (or other ftp server)
The latest versions of these packages should work ok. Click Apply to install them.
Compiling an Image
Now we'll move on to downloading and compiling our image. Most of this will be copy and paste but you'll get used to the commands.
Open a terminal window and paste the following commands:
Creating a working directory
Change into the working directory
The following can now be copied and pasted in, line by line. Wait for the command prompt to be displayed before pasting the next line.
cvs -d email@example.com:/cvs/tuxbox -z3 co -P -rdreambox .
### Note the dot at the end of the command, this is important ###
chmod 755 prepare
Now we need to alter the 'prepare' file to personalise our image
Go to /tuxbox-cvs/cdk and open the 'prepare' file with the text editor. It should look like this:
cd .. && CURRENT_PATH=`pwd`;
# boxtype dm500 dm56x0 or dm7000
if test -z "$TYPE"; then
TYPE=dm7000 //change to box type
--with-webif=standard \ //change to webif=expert
--with-epg=private \ //change to -epg=standard
--with-mhw-epg=no \ //change to -epg=yes
Change the lines in red. Save the file and return to the terminal window.
Back to the copy and pasting.
The last command will take a long time to complete, depending on the speed of your PC and internet; up to about 2 hours.
The following command creates the folders that you normally see on your box, i.e. /bin, /etc, /var, /var_init, etc.
The following command compresses all your folders into an .img file.
If all has gone ok and you didn't get any errors, you should have a file called complete.img in /tuxbox-cvs/root/cdkflash. This is your actual image file that you flash to your box. There will be two other .img files but don't worry about them.
Now this will be a basic image, no addons or emu managers or anything. It will be like the dream original image only up-to-date.
Next you need to modify it to your needs.