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Guide to Beo5/6 Configuration

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hfat
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hfat Posted: Tue, Apr 3 2012 7:11 AM

Hello BeoWorlders,

I decided to post this information in the General Forum, as it might be interesting to users allready having a Beo5/6 and others probably thinking about getting a Beo6.

During the migration from version 4.11 to version 5.12 and modifying my setup (BV10 will be replaced by BV12 next week), I encountered some issues with the config tool. I took the opportunity to take a closer look at the tool. I compiled a guide that guide summarizes the experiences gathered during this process. I want to share this information with you and added a page to the Beo5/6 Wiki page, where you can download the guide.

hfat

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Truly an outstanding work and contribution, hfat. Thank you!

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YannChris replied on Wed, Apr 4 2012 12:07 PM

Brilliant!!

Thanks for this useful work.

Kind regards,

Yann.

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hfat:
During the migration from version 4.11 to version 5.12 and modifying my setup (BV10 will be replaced by BV12 next week), I encountered some issues with the config tool. I took the opportunity to take a closer look at the tool. I compiled a guide that guide summarizes the experiences gathered during this process. I want to share this information with you and added a page to the Beo5/6 Wiki page, where you can download the guide

Hfat,

I have to say that you have produced a truly excellent document which I hope will be very useful to Beoworld Members. I have studied it and it has clearly taken you a lot of work to put together. Well done and thank you..

Regards Keith....

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Wonderful job.

While I was happy with my "blind" configuration, your guide has brought so much to light -that I have already started to rethink some of it, as I can now see where I can make some improvements.

Thanks so much for a finely produced guide and all of the effort that you put into it!

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Thanks for the guide it is great and made me re-think about having another go at re-programing mine beo5

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hfat replied on Sat, Apr 7 2012 11:54 AM

Thank you all for your feedback.

Some of you PMed me with additional feedback. So I took the opportunity just finalizing my new configuration (BV12 arrives on tuesday) to put together a second version. Some additional step-by-step instruction are added and some new features are introduced. I packed some sample files together with the guide into the zip-file. Unfortunately they use German as the remote's language. I hope you can manage.

You can download from: http://forum.beoworld.org/members/hfat/files/Guide-to-BEO6-Configuration-_2D00_-V2.zip.aspx

hfat

PS: I havn't yet figured out how to insert links correctly. Perhaps somone could explain.  >>> I have added the link for you. To add the link just highlight the text you want as a link and press the "Chain" button located under the word "Paragraph" above when writing or editing a post and a window will open allowing you to enter the URL.. Keith

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Also from here, many thanks for the dedication for such time consuming work!

A complete referencebook for the Beo5 user which wants/needs a (new) challenge.

 

Thank you !

 

Beobuddy.

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