Yes, I know, it's more than a year ago. But the good news is, I made a new firmware for the EM7195 with a working uitzendinggemist (uzg).
The download link for EM7195_1.0.4.a.zip (78.011.964 bytes) is: https://app.box.com/s/9xhy4bj539qt55arnvak
Installation instructions are still the same.
Rtl gemist, dumpert and nu.nl are also working.
Note that there is a hidden feature in NTV's uzg; if you have selected an episode and pressed play, a selection screen for 1000kbps, 500kbps and 220kbps is shown. Put the focus on one of these streams and press either 1 or the red option button; this will start a download. I assumed that everyone with an EM7195 has a harddisk in it, so I configured this to saves the episode on harddisk (/tmp/hdd/volumes/HDD1)
What happened? The uitzendinggemist website changed their interface. NTV http://playon.unixstorm.org/ntv.php
released an uzg fix in December 2012. Mikka converted the script made by Bas Rieter http://www.rieter.net/content/
, which was made for [http://xbmc.org/about/]. Somewhere in 2013 the rss feeds from the unixstorm site where turned down, so the other NTV services like dumpert also didn't work anymore. Thankfully they are still running on eLPino.nl, and now I had time to make new firmware.
I removed the Film1 trailers, because currently the Film1 service http://uzg.eLPino.nl/RSS/rss_film1_alle.rss
doesn't return valid video url's. No worries, in the vodcast section there is still the rss feed for Film1 trailers.
FYI, two php scripts are added: setpaths.php and uzg-play.php.http://EM7195/cgi-bin/setpaths.php
If this url doesn't work, substitute EM7195 in the url with ip-address of the EM7195.
setpaths changes the webpath in /usr/local/etc/uzg.conf. My experience is that you don't need to run this, because the default of http://127.0.0.1/cgi-bin/
(127.0.0.1 = localhost) is fine.http://EM7195/cgi-bin/uzg-play.php
is the actual script to download/view an episode from uitzending gemist. It requires an id parameter which is is supplied by the other scripts on the eLPino.nl website.