it m8 some1 knows witch program language or scrypt or whatever the program could be is used to create the patch files for the rcvrs. i ve tryed with c++ language but it doesnt worked, becouse when i edited the patch for DCW the rcvr after going on some chanel cripted with DCW freezed...
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I just think its c++, maybe you didnt do the correct thing, all the same use ultra edit, simplified c++.
If you saved the software you can still try and read to find out what wrote it, or what can read it.
can be done in C languange. but you have to be extremely dedicated. and you need a plethora of assemblers/disassemblers and compilers. For starters, as with programming for most chips, manufacturers provide an IDE whic allows you to use a higher level language to write code which is then compiled to assembly code for that processor. This chip is no exception, there is an IDE for those chips that will allow you to write a C code and compile it to binary executables for those chips.
The problem lies with writing this software for an FTA receiver. Unless you want to write all of the embedded software from scratch you will need the source of the factory bin as a starting point. From that you will be able to study the code and implement whatever else you deem necessary. Real trouble so far is availability of both the source and the IDE.
If you are extremely bored, it is possible to implement some basic functions in raw assembly code. That route, however, is extremely difficult. It is almost impossible to map out all of existing assembly code and figure what it all does and it is even harder to add new features using nothing but assembly. That is exactly why IDEs and compilers are created.No wonder nobody makes that much software for metabox since nobody has the source code and Mr. D of dreamsoft has not released his source codes, lol.
anyway, to those interested the tools can be found from
HP-Compaq DC5000 MT 1.5GB RAM
Debian Squeeze with Smargos
well, i used ultra edit, and yes its a kinde of simplification of C++ but i rather use c++ (im usinh v6).
it is possible that i did this all wrong, becouse from what sir boknoy sad, i was assembling based od ID provider code (number as a number of HEX line) and i compared with some dbox version patches, so basicly i add some new hex lines based on patch that work with DCW. and i took the risk and i didnt jtag my rcvr, but if im going to all this again ill take the boknoy's advise and do my rcvr first
and where i can finde the source code of the factory bin for some rcvrs (str, dbox, quadro etc)?
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