'WDTV Application Packs' archives
NDAS(Network Direct Attached Storage) is Ximeta’s patented technology which enables all digital storage devices(HDD, ODD, Memory, Tape Drives) direct connection into standard Ethernet networks. All users or systems on the network can directly control, use and share those devices.
This app.bin pack provides the drivers necessary to access Ximeta’s proprietary NDAS device[s]. A configuration file is provided to handle automagic mounting at boot. Much thanks to Sarantos (sda_gr) for sponsoring this addition and helping out with the debugging (half way around the planet)
Heres another app.bin pack for use in WDLXTV, my custom WDTV firmware. The following pack contains the NFS functionality that was necessarily removed from WDLXTV-0.5.5+ for space. If you used NFS (the preferred network streaming method) with WDLXTV in previous versions then you will need this.
Heres another app.bin pack for use in WDLXTV, my custom WDTV firmware. The following pack contains all the necessary binaries to enable SAMBA/CIFS network share mounting. This means you can now mount your Windows shared drives and watch them from your WDTV. I’ve also included a SAMBA server which will share the contents of your WDTV over the network, therefore you can have an easier way to get files to your WDTV.
Remember CIFS is much slower than NFS, so if you can get NFS working that is the preferred way to go. NFS will stream 1080p, whereas CIFS cannot. (more…)
This app.bin pack provides the ability to do screen grabs off your wdtv. The screen grabs can be taken while playing media, but only the osd overlays are output at this time. The main use of this app pack therefore is to grab screens of the OSD.
Thanks to Pibos for assembling all the libraries, modules, and binaries required to get this nice bit of functionality.
Heres another app.bin pack for use in WDLXTV, my custom WDTV firmware. The following pack contains all the necessary libs/binaries/modules to enable wireless network connectivity. In order to take advantage of this pack you’ll first need a compatible wireless adapter. Big thanks to Zorander, who got wireless extensions working and made this possible.