Nabilosat Enigma2 Black Hole - DM7025 v0.10
What is new in this version 0.10 ?
Army Black Cat updated version for Black Hole v0.10
Nabilosat Black Hole socket system creates a communication with Enigma 2 for the management of the EMU restart and Nabilosat API's
EMU Management: the Black Hole Socket system allows EMU's to be run externally to Enigma2.This solution offers a better EMU performance. As an example, when you start the EMU, the spinner will not display
NEW EPG Panel introducing new features for the control of EPG
Download Now reset EPG download timer and immediately start a download
NEW EPG Provide list available in EPG main panel
EPG settings global setting for all provider, and single provider settings
EPG Cron for each single provider
EPG search buttons enable/disable the epg search buttons
Panic Button quickly zap to a fixed channel and clear zap history
Analogue Clock: the analogue clock and gauge needles have been rewritten to offer a clear reading
Increased Performance: all Nabilosat panel have been recoded to offer better performance
System Pop Ups: using Nabilosat socket system now
Extra Info Bar: new system
Manual Install IPK: added Enigma2 console
CCcam Info now available directly from the Green Panel (1x Green + 1x Red )Experimental addition
Australian Open EPG Download Australian Open EPG via satellite stream
TV Sajten Web EPG Download Tv Sajten Web EPGNOTE. These 2 additions are experimental. Please test them and report any issue.
Nabilosat Black Hole System: this system represents a new approach to the communications exchange between the image core, the external environment and Enigma2. Making the image faster and more efficient.The Nabilosat Black Hole Socket allows also the following:
1) Introduction of Nabilosat Black Hole API
2) EMU and Application enhanced management, as they run externally to Enigma2
The following diagram represents the communication flow
What are the benefits ? When you start or restart your default EMU, Enigma2 will be busy at controlling this process, until it is started and initialized. As Enigma2 is busy with this process, the spinner will display. With Nabilosat Black Hole System, when you start/restart your default EMU, Enigma2 will only send a short signal to the Socket, and this Socket will be responsible for starting the EMU. Therefore, Enigma2 is free to keep running, and the spinner will not display. Additionally, the EMU will also be more efficient as it does not depend from Enigma2.
Another benefit is represented by the possibility to send command to Enigma2 from the Linux shell, or from a schedule custom script. This system is the new Nabilosat Black Hole API.
Nabilosat API: you can now start a Telnet or SSH session and send a command to execute any of the following available API's:
- Restart EMU
- Restart E2
- Reboot DM
To launch each of the available API's, start a Telnet or SSH session, and type the following commands:
Each API can also be executed manually via Telnet or SSH. It can also be included in your custom script. It can be executed automatically and regularly with the new Nabilosat Black Hole Cron Manager, at a set time, and every day.
Nabilosat API are also useful if your DM hangs. Instead of choosing to Power OFF, you can now simply restart Enigma2 or reboot using the required API.