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Copying drivers from BH to OBH

Discussion in 'Black Hole USB Devices' started by Alexwilmac, Oct 5, 2016.

  1. Alexwilmac

    Alexwilmac Vip

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    I'm almost sure I'm about to say something stupid or, at least, impossible.
    But, as I'd like to use my USB Sky DVB-T also in OBH as I've always done either by Duo2 or Solo4K under BH (where it is seen as A867) as I haven't been able to make Solo4K recognise it in every way, I wonder if there is a way to perform a brute copy of the drivers from the BH to the OBH.
    Is it impossible?
     
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  2. el bandido

    el bandido Vu+ User

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    Let's say you find the drivers and install them in the image. Then what? Will the image automatically know what to do with this new device? Changes or additions will probably be needed in enigma or other parts of the image before the device will function 100 percent.
     
  3. Vytenis P.

    Vytenis P. Vu+ User

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    Linux it is not a windows - it don't use a registry. Every device (or group) has own module (driver) and they usually are in /lib/modules/. So, here is searching first - in modules. But like all Linux libraries, alienated modules may have compatibility problems with a kernel version, or other components.
     
  4. el bandido

    el bandido Vu+ User

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    To be clear, I said nothing about a windows registry and have worked on adding usb devices to enigma2 images before. Step one is to get the device properly recognized. Most likely, after that you will need to make changes or adjustments so the image will know what to do with the new device.
     
  5. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    Duo2 and Solo4K have two different archs so copy driver from one box to other don't solve your issue.
     
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