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    Open Webinterface plug in missing when installing VIX

    Hi have a bit of an odd one here. I was using Open ATV (wooshbuild) on my UNO4KSE and decided to try Open VIX 6.5.003. I firstly installed multiboot so I could keep my previous installation as this was running but is not updated now as getting on a bit. Once I rebooted I selected VIX 6.5 and managed to set it up in client mode and this works fine which connects to my main satellite receiver running VIX 6.6. I also configured it so I could access recordings from my main satellite. The oddity is that the open web interface plug in is not there in the plug in installed list. If I try and download the latest plug ins I can select the open web interface and try to install it. Then when I run the plug in again I get the following error. The version number of the web inter face is 2.1.0

    Some plugs in are not available: Extensions/openwebif (no module named ‘cryptography’)

    I am hoping someone can help with this issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tillybaby View Post
    Hi have a bit of an odd one here. I was using Open ATV (wooshbuild) on my UNO4KSE and decided to try Open VIX 6.5.003. I firstly installed multiboot so I could keep my previous installation as this was running but is not updated now as getting on a bit. Once I rebooted I selected VIX 6.5 and managed to set it up in client mode and this works fine which connects to my main satellite receiver running VIX 6.6. I also configured it so I could access recordings from my main satellite. The oddity is that the open web interface plug in is not there in the plug in installed list. If I try and download the latest plug ins I can select the open web interface and try to install it. Then when I run the plug in again I get the following error. The version number of the web inter face is 2.1.0

    Some plugs in are not available: Extensions/openwebif (no module named ‘cryptography’)

    I am hoping someone can help with this issue.
    Thanks
    what do you mean by installed multiboot?? Do you mean the multiboot plugin or the Enigma2 multiboot feature that is now available in most images and works as in all standard multiboot receivers.
    Gigablue Quad 4K & UE 4K
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    ------------------> GT-Sat unicable LNB to 1.5M dish(28.2E)
    ------------------> Gigablue unicable LNB to 80 cm dish(19.2E)
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    Vu+ Uno4KSE, Dreambox dm900
    AX HD61, Edision Osmio 4K+, Zgemma H9Combo, Octagon SF8008 , gbtrio4k, h9se using unicable ports
    Zgemma H9 C/S into Giga4K

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    Quote Originally Posted by twol View Post
    what do you mean by installed multiboot?? Do you mean the multiboot plugin or the Enigma2 multiboot feature that is now available in most images and works as in all standard multiboot receivers.
    The latter

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    All resolved now by scrapping the multi-boot, reinstalling Open VIX 6.6 only and reconfiguring the software in client mode and works fine.

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