OS mio 4K Multiboot

johnnynobody

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In OpenVIX, it's under Menu then select Standby and Restart then select Multiboot
I know. But mine (OpenVIX, OpenDroid, etc) only shows the TNAP image and none of the others. Only the TNAP image shows all of the installed images. Maybe I'm not explaining this well? i.e. OpenVIX shows the TNAP image but not the OpenSPA or OpenDroid images. Same deal for OpenDroid - it sees the TNAP image but not the OpenVIX or the OpenSPA images. Same deal for OpenSPA. TNAP shows all of them.
 

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I know. But mine (OpenVIX, OpenDroid, etc) only shows the TNAP image and none of the others. Only the TNAP image shows all of the installed images. Maybe I'm not explaining this well? i.e. OpenVIX shows the TNAP image but not the OpenSPA or OpenDroid images. Same deal for OpenDroid - it sees the TNAP image but not the OpenVIX or the OpenSPA images. Same deal for OpenSPA. TNAP shows all of them.
Then I believe you need to download and install the multiboot-specific version of each image. That's how I did it.
 

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Are you installing the multiboot images using the STB GUI? If you are installing another way (telnet, etc.), please document your process.

All installed images show up in all other images that I have installed or tested (10 different images). I typically install via the Flash menu.
 
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johnnynobody

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Are you installing the multiboot images using the STB GUI? If you are installing another way (telnet, etc.), please document your process.

All installed images show up in all other images that I have installed or tested (10 different images). I typically install via the Flash menu.
I'm using the STB TNAP GUI to install the images.
 

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IF you are putting your images in a folder called "downloaded_images" (<< make SURE you include the underscore character!) on your thumbdrive, that's why the OE images can't see them. That's for OpenPli images. For OE images, they need to be in a folder called "imagebackups"

If you have enough space on your thumbdrive like mine, I just have duplicate images in both folders with the various names. That way you are covered no matter what.

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