E2m3u2bouquet plugin homepage
See E2m3u2bouquet homepage for detail of the script version.
For the Epg you need to have the Epg-importer plugin installed – this should be available in most plugin feeds.
Download the latest plugin ipk file from here
There’s a few different ways to install the plugin. SSH/Telnet, FTP
- SSH/Telnet to the box
- Install by running
opkg install https://github.com/su1s/e2m3u2bouquet/releases/download/v0.7.7/enigma2-plugin-extensions-e2m3u2bouquet_0.7.7_all.ipk
(or the url to the latest release ipk file)
- Reboot the box
- Download the ipk and ftp it to the /tmp folder on the box. N.B. if the config.xml file (see below) is in the /tmp folder it will also be installed if an existing one doesn’t exist
- Either install it from the box GUI (in OpenVix this will be ‘Menu -> Setup -> ViX -> Install local extension
or SSH/Telnet to to the box and run
opkg install /tmp/enigma2 [TAB – to autocomplete path]
- Reboot the box
Open your plugins menu, there should now be a plugin named ‘IPTV Bouquet Maker (IPTV for Enigma2 – E2m3u2bouquet plugin)’
If you install over the previous version it should migrate your existing settings and provider to the config file based setup
Start the plugin and then select configure to set general options
Select providers to configure providers
Press the green button add a new provider or press ok to edit an existing provider
Enter at least the name and press green to save. For entering long urls instead of using the remote control it is recommended to edit the config file (see below)
Once a schedule or manual run has been performed the Epg-Importer config will be set-up. Open Epg-Importer, select sources then enable the source(s) listed under ‘IPTV Bouquet Maker – E2m3u2bouquet. You run a manual update in Epg-Importer or set-up a schedule.
The config file is located in /etc/enigma2/e2m3u2bouquet/config.xml and an example is below. You should be able to edit this file from your ftp client (or download, edit, upload back to box)
<!-- E2m3u2bouquet supplier config file Add as many suppliers as required this config file will be used and the relevant bouquets set up for all suppliers entered 0 = No/False 1 = Yes/True For elements with <![CDATA] enter value between empty brackets e.g. <![CDATA[mypassword]]> --> <config> <supplier> <name>SULS</name><!-- Supplier Name --> <enabled>1</enabled><!-- Enable or disable the supplier (0 or 1) --> <settingslevel>simple</settingslevel> <m3uurl><![CDATA[http://www.suls.co.uk/get.php?username=USERNAME&password=PASSWORD&type=m3u_plus&output=ts]]></m3uurl><!-- Extended M3U url --> <epgurl><![CDATA[http://www.suls.co.uk/xmltv.php?username=USERNAME&password=PASSWORD]]></epgurl><!-- XMLTV EPG url --> <username><![CDATA[myusername]]></username><!-- (Optional) will replace USERNAME placeholder in urls --> <password><![CDATA[mypassword]]></password><!-- (Optional) will replace PASSWORD placeholder in urls --> <providerupdate><![CDATA]></providerupdate><!-- (Optional) Provider update url --> <iptvtypes>0</iptvtypes><!-- Change all TV streams to IPTV type (0 or 1) --> <streamtypetv></streamtypetv><!-- (Optional) Custom TV stream type (e.g. 1, 4097, 5001 or 5002 --> <streamtypevod></streamtypevod><!-- (Optional) Custom VOD stream type (e.g. 4097, 5001 or 5002 --> <multivod>0</multivod><!-- Split VOD into seperate categories (0 or 1) --> <allbouquet>0</allbouquet><!-- Create all channels bouquet (0 or 1) --> <picons>0</picons><!-- Automatically download Picons (0 or 1) --> <xcludesref>1</xcludesref><!-- Disable service ref overriding from override.xml file (0 or 1) --> <bouqueturl><![CDATA]></bouqueturl><!-- (Optional) url to download providers bouquet - to map custom service references --> <bouquetdownload>0</bouquetdownload><!-- Download providers bouquet (uses default url) must have username and password set above - to map custom service references --> <bouquettop>0</bouquettop><!-- Place IPTV bouquets at top (0 or 1) --> </supplier> </config>
Provider url, port, name updates
With the introduction of the config file based setup there is now no need for us the maintain a database of provider details. It’s now up to the provider to manage updates themselves. The provider can do this by setting the <providerupdate> element to the url of a text file. The text file should contain ‘Name,M3UURL,EPGURL’ e.g.
The USERNAME & PASSWORD placeholders will be replaced with the values from the <username> & <password> elements in the config file
See the provider managed updates post for further details
These are currently based on the previous plugin version. View community guides
Deleting / disabling or renaming a provider doesn’t remove the old bouquets. To clear these bouquets use the ‘Reset Bouquets’ option on the main menu and then run again
We’ve had reports that a particular UK provider claims that this plugin is a keylogger setup to hack their subs.
This is particularly galling as their own script is a rip off from an early version of our script.
Rest assured there is no mechanism in the script or plugin to log any account details – anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of Python programming would be able to confirm this.
In our view this lack of knowledge, false accusations & security concerns should be a strong deciding factor when choosing a provider.