I recently bought a iomega screenplay pro hd media player. I wanted to apply some modifications from this site but I was not able to telnet to the screenplay, it was disabled by default. After some searching I found a way to enable telnet and access the device and wanted to share it with people that also have problems that telnet isnt enabled by default.
The screenplay pro hd has telnet enabled by default. If that was not the case in yours, then I wonder if Iomega is shipping a new firmware. Can you check your firmware revision number and let us know what it is? It's on the setup menu under System. it appears on the screen below all of the system menu options. Or, at least the R1 firmware does.
Hi Joman.. I think mine is shipping with a newer firmware version than they show on the website. Under system it shows:
What does the R1 firmware show?
Take care, Fabian
09/19/2008 R1.0 is what has shown up to this point. So yes, that means Iomega does have a new firmware that they just haven't published on the website. Can you create a tarball of the 1st and 2nd partitions and make them available somewhere?
I would walk you through creating an image using the dd command, but if you mistype with dd, you can end up wiping out the contents of important drives. So, using the IFS driver as you've already experienced, just Zip up the entire contents of both drives. It won't retain the permissions, but it will be sufficient for our needs. Make sure you get any hidden files as well.
Awesome, thank you, you are awesome! There is definitely some interesting differences I'll be looking at to see what they've upgraded. Have you made any changes to the firmware, such as applying the 2 GB fix, or installing web administration tools? Also, there is one other partition (partition 2) that contains the Samba bin files and a few others. I would appreciate it if you could grab those as well.
Right off, I'm noticing a whole bunch of web pages in the tmp_orig/www directory that are new. AV server configuration page. Looks interesting. They provide full access to modifying the machine name, DHCP configuration, volume and LED control. Sweet. And I haven't even looked at the player portion yet. I'm going to love working on this tonight.