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Thread: What's in 4.0.1c?

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    What's in 4.0.1c?

    Has anyone played w/4.0.1c? Is it simply 4.0.1b with some different USB drivers? If so, I'm assuming that the superpatch and various hacks should still work against tivoapp?

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    I don't see 4.0.1c on TiVo's list of 'latest software versions' ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by montano
    I don't see 4.0.1c on TiVo's list of 'latest software versions' ?
    http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-vb...32#post1607132

    Looks like OP is correct, purpose is to support an additional wireless ethernet adapter.

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    A new software version to support ONLY the D-Link DWL-120 ver. F
    There must be thousands of people with this specific Wi-Fi adapter
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    And I wonder, if it supports this adapter, are there others using this chipset that this would help.

    http://research.tivo.com/Dlink120/

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    Quote Originally Posted by montano
    A new software version to support ONLY the D-Link DWL-120 ver. F
    There must be thousands of people with this specific Wi-Fi adapter
    I doubt it's a new software version, probably just an updated driver with a new version number so it's easier to verify that the driver was upgraded. Probably makes no sense to roll out a new version when the only major change is an updated driver.

    It looks like most of the current wireless adaptors DON'T support linux including almost all of the cheaper adapters. There may not be thousands of people with that adapter but if they don't update the driver than NONE OF THE CURRENT D-Link adapters will work. Look at the link, the newer Netgear ans some of the newer Linksys adapters are no longer supported.

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    FYI, Fry's (at least the Plano location) carries lots of refurbed Netgear stuff. I have the MA111 and it cost me a whopping $15. And it works

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowman
    FYI, Fry's (at least the Plano location) carries lots of refurbed Netgear stuff. I have the MA111 and it cost me a whopping $15. And it works

    The MA111 is 802.11b and AFAIK it's only USB 1. How does it work for either MRV or extraction?

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    I use the WUSB11 and it works excellent for MRV.
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