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How to remove IPTV script.

Discussion in 'General Satellite Discussion' started by TedTash, Dec 6, 2017.

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  1. TedTash

    TedTash Member

    My current IPTV sub is coming to an end and I was wondering how I would go about removing the script my provider gave me to put on the box (added using putty).

    Obviously, if I don't have an active sub with the guy, I no longer want my box making any contact with his server.

    Thanks in advance.

    Edit: Using zGemma H2S with Woosh 6
     
  2. steptoe

    steptoe TK Veteran

    try posting in the iptv support forum
    this is for satellite
    and I, for one, would have no idea about anything iptv related
     
  3. TedTash

    TedTash Member

    Apologies, thought placing it here would be more appropriate as I'm running the IPTV on a satellite box.
     
  4. maff

    maff VIP Member

    If it's Xtream TV try this command using Putty.

    opkg remove XtreamTV
     
  5. TedTash

    TedTash Member

  6. maff

    maff VIP Member

    You could try removing the "iptv.sh" file/folder from ect/enigma2 using FileZilla. Then reboot the box. Might work. Make sure you make a new backup via backup manager beforehand in case something goes wrong.
     
  7. TedTash

    TedTash Member

    Thanks Maff, will give this a try and let you know.
     
  8. RustyMG

    RustyMG TK Veteran

    I just made a backup of my image before I installed my IPTV stuff. Instead of flaffing about trying to remove it when the time comes, I will spend 5 mins reflashing the old image.
    Always make regular backups - they come in so handy.
     
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  9. dexyweescot

    dexyweescot Member Forum Supporter

    it could be in /home/root
     
  10. wooshman

    wooshman VIP Member Forum Supporter

    that file will have then installed another file which runs when your box restarts. I don't remember the name or location of the file but @grog68 might know. Deleting this start up file will stop coms with the server. You can then also remove all of the bouquets it created and any .sh files that may be in /etc/enigma2
     
  11. grog68

    grog68 TK Veteran Forum Supporter

    normally a script like that edits or creates the enigma_start.sh as well as puts a lot of iptv . sh files in the /etc/enigma2 folder, it may be easier to just reflash.
     
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  12. dexyweescot

    dexyweescot Member Forum Supporter

    Path as ive posted on #9
     
  13. grog68

    grog68 TK Veteran Forum Supporter

    I wish I could remember, I did play with it for a while but for the life of me can't remember where the enigma_start.sh file is located.

    Edit: try in /usr/bin/enigma2_pre_start.sh
     
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  14. mbull

    mbull Member

    SSH to the box and remove /usr/bin/enigma2_pre_start.sh

    With the bouquet selected, press the menu button, there should be an option to remove the entry Remove iptv.sh

    or run this in your SSH

    rm /etc/enigma2/iptv.sh
     
  15. smith2301

    smith2301 Member

    Ive used this in the past

    How to remove the script Connect to the box, and once logged in as root copy and paste the script below. wget -O script.sh1 http://clearlabel.xyz/XYZTV/DeleteXYZtv.txt && chmod +x script.sh1 && ./script.sh1 and then press enter, it will then uninstall and reboot

    I have changed the IPTV provider to XYZtv
     
  16. dsayers2014

    dsayers2014 TK Veteran

    There is no way of knowing if that will work, the OP will be best contacting provider to see if they have an uninstall script, or as above try and delete the enigma2_pre_start.sh and iptv.sh files
     
  17. TedTash

    TedTash Member

    Thanks one and all, I'll work through these and see if I can manage to remove it.

    Just on a side note, my iptv updates at 4am approx each day and not on boot.
     

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