cidrss 5.0.01 - a Caller-ID module for TivoWebPlus 2.1x and above. Works with elseed or ncid to provide CID history via rss
feed or static web page. Those still using TWP 2.0 should download the
(beta) - view an iCal file as an RSS feed. I wrote this
specifically so I could read my upcoming work schedule on the TV (I pipe the
output from this through JavaHMO.) The converter works, but the file
has to be stored in /var. Eventually, I want it to be able to pull
files directly off the internet. Support
Other Tivo software
trickeyplus addon library - do cool things with your remote! View
caller-id, weather forecasts, news updates and read files on screen.
(This package is hosted at dealdatabase).
cidtv 1.1.02 (deprecated; now part of trickeyplus addon library above) - a "Trickey"-compatible
version of cidrss. This does NOT require Tivoweb, and will allow
you to view CID history right on the TV screen by pushing a button on your
wakelan - this is the linux wakelan-1.1, compiled for
series 2 machines.
series 2 compile of the 1.11.4 version of wget. Some web sites (Google, for
example) block wget requests; this version lets you supply a user-agent
string so as to identify yourself as an acceptable client.
- a Windows script to name your Tivo (requires
w3Sockets.) It runs set_mrv_name_67.tcl via a telnet session in
order to name the Tivo for MRV. If none of that makes sense to you
then also make sure to set the gizmotron flange to 105% of tolerance.
Yup, back in the day I coded for C64s. I can't imagine a use for this
stuff, but here are a couple of utilities:
UnNew - Did
you accidentally type "New" before saving a program? Recover it with a
simple LOAD "UNNEW", 8,1. Most utilities to restore a program
previously in memory need to be loaded BEFORE you mess up, but this one
works directly from disk.
CP/M 2.2 Dir
the directory of a CP/M 2.2 formatted disk in regular C64 mode.
Helpful for those five people that have working CP/M cartridges.