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    Hey, I'm new here but I'm wondering..

    I've been working on a fixing a older computer for the purpose of reviving a one of my old Viewsat Xtreme VS2000 that I've kept over the years..

    But other than the Win2k builds of XX Client / RQ SSSP Client submitted here..
    Would there be other versions for a variety of different devices also??
    —Linux version?
    —Android .apk?
    —OpenWRT version?
    —DD-WRT version?
    —Gargoyle Version?
    (OpenWRT, DD-WRT, Gargoyle = Linux Based Networking Firmware, Commonly for Routers, but also for i386/i586/x64 PC's too)

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    The files for linux are here:

    https://www.satfix.to/showthread.php...-180-926-files

    You need this information too:

    To run xx-client Linux x64 you must download the following in terminal to enable 32 bit support (xx-client is 32 bit).

    sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386

    sudo apt-get update

    sudo apt-get install libc6:i386 libncurses5:i386 libstdc++6:i386 lib32z1

    to run xx-client type this command in the terminal window:

    sudo ./xx-client

    sudo allows access to USB to serial converter

    ./ gives permission for read/write to xx-client

    I should add I think it will run in windows 10 just set compatibility. Don't know for sue because I don't use windows 10. I know for sure it works on windows 7 x64.

    It also runs on both DD-WRT and openwrt.
    Last edited by jets; 08-01-2020 at 12:06 AM.

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    Nice!!
    I've just found a archive of RQ-SSSP-Client v1.04 that contains the following:
    - rq-sssp-client.beagle
    - rq-sssp-client.exe
    - rq-sssp-client.mips
    - rq-sssp-client.openwrt-ar231x
    - rq-sssp-client.openwrt-bcm947xx
    - rq-sssp-client.plug
    - rq-sssp-client.ppc
    - rq-sssp-client.st40
    - rq-sssp-client.x86
    - and of course came with a readme and the "rq-sssp-client.conf"

    I've read a bit about the openwrt.bcm947xx as I do have a Linksys WRT54G V8 and looked at the internet a bit about tutorials on how to solder a 9pin rs232 onto the board but it seems (from what I quickly read) that I would also need to apply something in between somewhere to raise the voltage or something like that...

    I do have decent-ish knowledge on openwrt and dd-wrt ... I've actually had to somewhat build openwrt inside virtualbox by code at first to then load luci, so that I could test out stuff with it without having to connect the physical hardware onto the system prior of testing it out

    would you (or anyone else) happen to know of a guide on how to use a usb to serial dongle on any openwrt build?
    preferably openwrt 19.07.3 (being the current up-to-date released firmware from the date that this reply here is written)

    also, would you (or anyone else) happen to know of a guide on how to proceed with converting my WRT54G V8 linksys for this? openwrt / ddwrt / any firmware really?

    or even a guide for any firmware via usb to serial adapter?

    as for the linux x86 guide, thanks for this... i thought i would've had trouble with x86 if using an x64 release so i was just gonna dedicate one of my older computers to run an x86 release... i got quite a few computers in storage that I'm working on onto reviving...

    But as for this topic, I would prefer to use a router instead of a PC,

    so if i can use any router with usb port through a usb to serial adapter, that would be awesome
    or if i can use my WRT56G V8 that would be awesome too
    Last edited by blackcat; 09-06-2020 at 02:07 AM.

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    it's way easier to use the gooware client in the link above.

    If your running openwrt and have a router with a USB port you can download the driver for the USB to serial port in the router under:
    Services/Software search for your driver.

    I have used the winchiphead CH341 and it works. Depending on the router you will need to list the USB address, I forget command.

    If using openwrt you will need to edit the file ect/inittab like so:

    ::sysinit:/etc/init.d/rcS S boot
    ::shutdown:/etc/init.d/rcS K stop
    #::askconsole:/usr/libexec/login.sh


    You can use WinSCP to access the Linux file system from windows.

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