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 _#36392 posted 2019-04-26 @ 08:52 GMT   
Dear all,

I am enjoying my xkey however recently I found that it is possible to hook the xkey straight on a NAS by ethernet and remove the USB hard drive that was attached on the back. (I am not talking about connecting the xbox to a NAS, I would like just the xkey to be connected to the NAS)

Unfortunately only a few ethernet adapter chips are supported like the RTL8150, AX88772, which only allows 10/100MB. I would like to use something like the AX 88178 which is GigE to USB2 (even if with USB 2 you are limited to 450M that would still be a plus)

Any idea how to mod the kernel to add this driver/module inside?
Any other person interested?

Thank you

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 _#36393 posted 2019-04-27 @ 06:30 GMT   
I have worked on the 3k3y source code in the past, which is similar to xk3y, but it's not my code, so can't release anything without permission.

It is possible to compile a Linux kernel driver for a USB Ethernet adapter, but still have doubts it would work well considering the system constraints, you are probably better off using an USB 100Mbit Ethernet adapter known to work.

The xk3y is based on the NXP LPC3143FET180 (32-bit ARM926EJ-S) which is a 270MHz microcontroller with 32MB external SDRAM. It's running Linux kernel version 2.6.33.

You can't expect full USB 2.0 throughput in this system, it was designed to deliver enough speed to emulate an optical disc, which it does very well.

Even modern board computers (eg. Raspberry Pi, ODROID, Rock960) based on ARM chips from Broadcom and Rockchip with over 1GHz CPU speeds and 2-4 GB RAM running Linux are having problems with several USB Gigabit Ethernet adapter chipsets, buggy unstable drivers, low throughput, etc.

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 _#36394 posted 2019-04-27 @ 08:31 GMT   
Thank you Robert,

May I ask you which driver is included in the last xkey firmware then? I have come accross a site where it is said:

-Pegasus/Pegasus II (adapters compatible with Mac laptops are mostly these)
-ASIX AX88xx (Wii USB Ethernet adapters)
-Davicom DM9601 (USB1.1)
-Davicom DM9620 (USB2.0)
-RTL8150

However on the opposite side even if AX88xx seems to be supported, AX88772B, AX88178, and AX88179 are apparently not working.

I don't know if you have access maybe to the list of vendor ID and device ID so I could pick up something that will work for sure.

Thank you



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 _#36395 posted 2019-04-27 @ 09:40 GMT   
Code:
./lib/modules/2.6.33/kernel/drivers/net/usb/asix.ko   
./lib/modules/2.6.33/kernel/drivers/net/usb/dm9601.ko
./lib/modules/2.6.33/kernel/drivers/net/usb/dm9620.ko
./lib/modules/2.6.33/kernel/drivers/net/usb/pegasus.ko
./lib/modules/2.6.33/kernel/drivers/net/usb/usbnet.ko



These are compiled ('usbnet.ko' is the USB Network driver infrastructure framework).

Quote:
* ASIX AX8817X based USB 2.0 Ethernet Devices
* Davicom DM9601 USB 1.1 10/100Mbps ethernet devices
* Davicom DM9620 USB 2.0 10/100Mbps ethernet devices
* Pegasus/Pegasus II USB Ethernet driver



Various strings from the driver C source code.

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 _#36396 posted 2019-04-27 @ 14:59 GMT   
Dear Robert,

Whaou, I am very happpy to see that you have such information in your hand. I am really excited

The information you provided is fantastic however it does not tell me exactly what device I can use. By the way there should be also RTL8150 as per the firmware release not on v2.

I have been looking at some asix.ko and dm9620.ko files on the internet and found that if we open then with a simple text editor we find something like that around the middle (the files are always very small):

Code:
    
description=ASIX AX8817X based USB 2.0 Ethernet Devices version=22-Dec-2011
author=David Hollis srcversion=C859F59F1532FF995A88895
alias=usb:v066Bp20F9d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v0B95p172Ad*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v0B95p7E2Bd*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v0DB0pA877d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v14EApAB11d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v0B95p772Ad*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v05ACp1402d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v050Dp5055d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v04BBp0930d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v1737p0039d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v2001p1A02d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v2001p3C05d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v07D1p3C05d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v1557p7720d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v13B1p0018d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v0789p0160d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*
alias=usb:v0B95p1780d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*in*



And this is nice as it gives the exact vendor IDs and product IDs can can be used with the kernel.

Another way would be if you have in your hand the asix.c, dm9620.c and all the others, where you will search for the string "struct usb_device_id" which then is followed by the description, vendor IDs and product IDs like below (taken out of asix.c from the internet):

Code:
    
const struct usb_device_id products[] = {
{
/* 88178 */
USB_DEVICE(0x0b95, 0x1780),
.driver_info = (unsigned long) &ax88178_info,
}, {
/* 88178 for billianton linksys */
USB_DEVICE(0x077b, 0x2226),
.driver_info = (unsigned long) &ax88178_info,
}, {
/* ABOCOM for linksys */
USB_DEVICE(0x1737, 0x0039),
.driver_info = (unsigned long) &ax88178_info,
}, {
/* ABOCOM for pci */
USB_DEVICE(0x14ea, 0xab11),
.driver_info = (unsigned long) &ax88178_info,
}, {
/* Belkin */
USB_DEVICE(0x050d, 0x5055),
.driver_info = (unsigned long) &belkin178_info,
}, {
/* Linksys USB200M */
USB_DEVICE(0x077b, 0x2226),
.driver_info = (unsigned long) &ax8817x_info,
}, {
/* Netgear FA120 */
USB_DEVICE(0x0846, 0x1040),
.driver_info = (unsigned long) &netgear_fa120_info,
}, {
/* DLink DUB-E100 */
USB_DEVICE(0x2001, 0x1a00),
.driver_info = (unsigned long) &dlink_dub_e100_info,
}, {
/* DLink DUB-E100B */
USB_DEVICE(0x2001, 0x3c05),
.driver_info = (unsigned long) &dlink_dub_e100b_info,
}, {
/* DLink DUB-E100B */
USB_DEVICE(0x07d1, 0x3c05),
.driver_info = (unsigned long) &dlink_dub_e100b_info,
}



Which is even better as it gives you in clear everything.

I don't know what you have in hand and I understand that you don't want to share the source or everything like that.

I would be very happy if you could share those information with me.

Again thank you very much

[ This message was edited by Loops on 2019-04-27 @ 20:44 GMT ]

[ This message was edited by Robert on 2019-04-28 @ 03:54 GMT ]

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 _#36398 posted 2019-04-28 @ 03:33 GMT   
asix.c
Code:
    
// Belkin F5D5055
USB_DEVICE(0x050d, 0x5055),
--
// Apple USB Ethernet Adapter
USB_DEVICE(0x05ac, 0x1402),
--
// Cables-to-Go USB Ethernet Adapter
USB_DEVICE(0x0b95, 0x772a),
--
// ABOCOM for pci
USB_DEVICE(0x14ea, 0xab11),
--
// ASIX 88772a
USB_DEVICE(0x0db0, 0xa877),




dm9601.c
Code:
    
USB_DEVICE(0x07aa, 0x9601), /* Corega FEther USB-TXC */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a46, 0x9601), /* Davicom USB-100 */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a46, 0x6688), /* ZT6688 USB NIC */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a46, 0x0268), /* ShanTou ST268 USB NIC */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a46, 0x8515), /* ADMtek ADM8515 USB NIC */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a47, 0x9601), /* Hirose USB-100 */
USB_DEVICE(0x0fe6, 0x8101), /* DM9601 USB to Fast Ethernet Adapter */
USB_DEVICE(0x0fe6, 0x9700), /* DM9601 USB to Fast Ethernet Adapter */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a46, 0x9000), /* DM9000E */




dm9620.c
Code:
    
USB_DEVICE(0x07aa, 0x9601), /* Corega FEther USB-TXC */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a46, 0x9601), /* Davicom USB-100 */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a46, 0x6688), /* ZT6688 USB NIC */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a46, 0x0268), /* ShanTou ST268 USB NIC */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a46, 0x8515), /* ADMtek ADM8515 USB NIC */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a47, 0x9601), /* Hirose USB-100 */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a46, 0x9620), /* Davicom 9620 */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a46, 0x9621), /* Davicom 9621 */
USB_DEVICE(0x0a46, 0x9622), /* Davicom 9622 */
USB_DEVICE(0x0fe6, 0x8101), /* Davicom 9601 USB to Fast Ethernet Adapter */




pegasus.h
Code:
   
#define VENDOR_3COM 0x0506
#define VENDOR_ABOCOM 0x07b8
#define VENDOR_ACCTON 0x083a
#define VENDOR_ADMTEK 0x07a6
#define VENDOR_AEILAB 0x3334
#define VENDOR_ALLIEDTEL 0x07c9
#define VENDOR_ATEN 0x0557
#define VENDOR_BELKIN 0x050d
#define VENDOR_BILLIONTON 0x08dd
#define VENDOR_COMPAQ 0x049f
#define VENDOR_COREGA 0x07aa
#define VENDOR_DLINK 0x2001
#define VENDOR_ELCON 0x0db7
#define VENDOR_ELECOM 0x056e
#define VENDOR_ELSA 0x05cc
#define VENDOR_GIGABYTE 0x1044
#define VENDOR_HAWKING 0x0e66
#define VENDOR_HP 0x03f0
#define VENDOR_IODATA 0x04bb
#define VENDOR_KINGSTON 0x0951
#define VENDOR_LANEED 0x056e
#define VENDOR_LINKSYS 0x066b
#define VENDOR_LINKSYS2 0x077b
#define VENDOR_MELCO 0x0411
#define VENDOR_MICROSOFT 0x045e
#define VENDOR_MOBILITY 0x1342
#define VENDOR_NETGEAR 0x0846
#define VENDOR_OCT 0x0b39
#define VENDOR_SMARTBRIDGES 0x08d1
#define VENDOR_SMC 0x0707
#define VENDOR_SOHOWARE 0x15e8
#define VENDOR_SIEMENS 0x067c

...

PEGASUS_DEV( "3Com USB Ethernet 3C460B", VENDOR_3COM, 0x4601,
PEGASUS_DEV( "ATEN USB Ethernet UC-110T", VENDOR_ATEN, 0x2007,
PEGASUS_DEV( "USB HPNA/Ethernet", VENDOR_ABOCOM, 0x110c,
PEGASUS_DEV( "USB HPNA/Ethernet", VENDOR_ABOCOM, 0x4104,
PEGASUS_DEV( "USB HPNA/Ethernet", VENDOR_ABOCOM, 0x4004,
PEGASUS_DEV( "USB HPNA/Ethernet", VENDOR_ABOCOM, 0x4007,
PEGASUS_DEV( "USB 10/100 Fast Ethernet", VENDOR_ABOCOM, 0x4102,
PEGASUS_DEV( "USB 10/100 Fast Ethernet", VENDOR_ABOCOM, 0x4002,
PEGASUS_DEV( "USB 10/100 Fast Ethernet", VENDOR_ABOCOM, 0x400b,
PEGASUS_DEV( "USB 10/100 Fast Ethernet", VENDOR_ABOCOM, 0x400c,
PEGASUS_DEV( "USB 10/100 Fast Ethernet", VENDOR_ABOCOM, 0xabc1,
PEGASUS_DEV( "USB 10/100 Fast Ethernet", VENDOR_ABOCOM, 0x200c,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Accton USB 10/100 Ethernet Adapter", VENDOR_ACCTON, 0x1046,
PEGASUS_DEV( "SpeedStream USB 10/100 Ethernet", VENDOR_ACCTON, 0x5046,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Philips USB 10/100 Ethernet", VENDOR_ACCTON, 0xb004,
PEGASUS_DEV( "ADMtek ADM8511 \"Pegasus II\" USB Ethernet",
PEGASUS_DEV( "ADMtek ADM8513 \"Pegasus II\" USB Ethernet",
PEGASUS_DEV( "ADMtek ADM8515 \"Pegasus II\" USB-2.0 Ethernet",
PEGASUS_DEV( "ADMtek AN986 \"Pegasus\" USB Ethernet (evaluation board)",
PEGASUS_DEV( "AN986A USB MAC", VENDOR_ADMTEK, 1986,
PEGASUS_DEV( "AEI USB Fast Ethernet Adapter", VENDOR_AEILAB, 0x1701,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Allied Telesyn Int. AT-USB100", VENDOR_ALLIEDTEL, 0xb100,
PEGASUS_DEV_CLASS( "Belkin F5D5050 USB Ethernet", VENDOR_BELKIN, 0x0121, 0x00,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Billionton USB-100", VENDOR_BILLIONTON, 0x0986,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Billionton USBLP-100", VENDOR_BILLIONTON, 0x0987,
PEGASUS_DEV( "iPAQ Networking 10/100 USB", VENDOR_COMPAQ, 0x8511,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Billionton USBEL-100", VENDOR_BILLIONTON, 0x0988,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Billionton USBE-100", VENDOR_BILLIONTON, 0x8511,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Corega FEther USB-TX", VENDOR_COREGA, 0x0004,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Corega FEther USB-TXS", VENDOR_COREGA, 0x000d,
PEGASUS_DEV( "D-Link DSB-650TX", VENDOR_DLINK, 0x4001,
PEGASUS_DEV( "D-Link DSB-650TX", VENDOR_DLINK, 0x4002,
PEGASUS_DEV( "D-Link DSB-650TX", VENDOR_DLINK, 0x4102,
PEGASUS_DEV( "D-Link DSB-650TX", VENDOR_DLINK, 0x400b,
PEGASUS_DEV( "D-Link DSB-650TX", VENDOR_DLINK, 0x200c,
PEGASUS_DEV( "D-Link DSB-650TX(PNA)", VENDOR_DLINK, 0x4003,
PEGASUS_DEV( "D-Link DSB-650", VENDOR_DLINK, 0xabc1,
PEGASUS_DEV( "GOLDPFEIL USB Adapter", VENDOR_ELCON, 0x0002,
PEGASUS_DEV( "ELECOM USB Ethernet LD-USB20", VENDOR_ELECOM, 0x4010,
PEGASUS_DEV( "EasiDock Ethernet", VENDOR_MOBILITY, 0x0304,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Elsa Micolink USB2Ethernet", VENDOR_ELSA, 0x3000,
PEGASUS_DEV( "GIGABYTE GN-BR402W Wireless Router", VENDOR_GIGABYTE, 0x8002,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Hawking UF100 10/100 Ethernet", VENDOR_HAWKING, 0x400c,
PEGASUS_DEV( "HP hn210c Ethernet USB", VENDOR_HP, 0x811c,
PEGASUS_DEV( "IO DATA USB ET/TX", VENDOR_IODATA, 0x0904,
PEGASUS_DEV( "IO DATA USB ET/TX-S", VENDOR_IODATA, 0x0913,
PEGASUS_DEV( "IO DATA USB ETX-US2", VENDOR_IODATA, 0x092a,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Kingston KNU101TX Ethernet", VENDOR_KINGSTON, 0x000a,
PEGASUS_DEV( "LANEED USB Ethernet LD-USB/TX", VENDOR_LANEED, 0x4002,
PEGASUS_DEV( "LANEED USB Ethernet LD-USBL/TX", VENDOR_LANEED, 0x4005,
PEGASUS_DEV( "LANEED USB Ethernet LD-USB/TX", VENDOR_LANEED, 0x400b,
PEGASUS_DEV( "LANEED USB Ethernet LD-USB/T", VENDOR_LANEED, 0xabc1,
PEGASUS_DEV( "LANEED USB Ethernet LD-USB/TX", VENDOR_LANEED, 0x200c,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Linksys USB10TX", VENDOR_LINKSYS, 0x2202,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Linksys USB100TX", VENDOR_LINKSYS, 0x2203,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Linksys USB100TX", VENDOR_LINKSYS, 0x2204,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Linksys USB10T Ethernet Adapter", VENDOR_LINKSYS, 0x2206,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Linksys USBVPN1", VENDOR_LINKSYS2, 0x08b4,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Linksys USB USB100TX", VENDOR_LINKSYS, 0x400b,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Linksys USB10TX", VENDOR_LINKSYS, 0x200c,
PEGASUS_DEV( "MELCO/BUFFALO LUA-TX", VENDOR_MELCO, 0x0001,
PEGASUS_DEV( "MELCO/BUFFALO LUA-TX", VENDOR_MELCO, 0x0005,
PEGASUS_DEV( "MELCO/BUFFALO LUA2-TX", VENDOR_MELCO, 0x0009,
PEGASUS_DEV( "Microsoft MN-110", VENDOR_MICROSOFT, 0x007a,
PEGASUS_DEV( "NETGEAR FA101", VENDOR_NETGEAR, 0x1020,
PEGASUS_DEV( "OCT Inc.", VENDOR_OCT, 0x0109,
PEGASUS_DEV( "OCT USB TO Ethernet", VENDOR_OCT, 0x0901,
PEGASUS_DEV( "smartNIC 2 PnP Adapter", VENDOR_SMARTBRIDGES, 0x0003,
PEGASUS_DEV( "SMC 202 USB Ethernet", VENDOR_SMC, 0x0200,
PEGASUS_DEV( "SMC 2206 USB Ethernet", VENDOR_SMC, 0x0201,
PEGASUS_DEV( "SOHOware NUB100 Ethernet", VENDOR_SOHOWARE, 0x9100,
PEGASUS_DEV( "SOHOware NUB110 Ethernet", VENDOR_SOHOWARE, 0x9110,
PEGASUS_DEV( "SpeedStream USB 10/100 Ethernet", VENDOR_SIEMENS, 0x1001,




EDIT:

The RTL8150 is not compiled in the latest source tree I have for 3k3y, but noticed that it is compiled for xk3y firmware v2.01-1 (and above), so will include those devices here.

rtl8150.c
Code:
   
#define VENDOR_ID_REALTEK 0x0bda
#define VENDOR_ID_MELCO 0x0411
#define VENDOR_ID_MICRONET 0x3980
#define VENDOR_ID_LONGSHINE 0x07b8
#define VENDOR_ID_OQO 0x1557
#define VENDOR_ID_ZYXEL 0x0586

#define PRODUCT_ID_RTL8150 0x8150
#define PRODUCT_ID_LUAKTX 0x0012
#define PRODUCT_ID_LCS8138TX 0x401a
#define PRODUCT_ID_SP128AR 0x0003
#define PRODUCT_ID_PRESTIGE 0x401a



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  _____________________________ ____________     __________________ /\________
  \    __________________      \      _____/____/     _    \       /_        /
 /     /       |       l/     _/    ____)     _/      _     \     \/  cREAM /
/______________l_______/       \______________\_______|      \_   /________/
 -+--Mo!-------------- \________/ ------------------- l_______/_____\ -----+-

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 _#36399 posted 2019-04-28 @ 06:35 GMT   
Thank you Robert,

I really appreciate your input. I will look for oneof those then.

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 _#36402 posted 2019-05-15 @ 20:10 GMT   
Hi Robert,

I have bought a compatible USB Ethernet Adapter and manage to get it half working.

I have followed a post in order to set it up properly, and I can see the following:
-I have the message Network OK displayed on the screen.
-The adapter is getting an IP address (Xkey -> About)
-I can use a web browser to get into the Xkey from my PC

The only problem is that it does not pick the share. My Xkey.cfg is set with this:
#SSID=YOUR_NTWORK_BROADCAST_ID

#Set WPA OR WEP (not both). If neither is selected XK will expect an open WiFi network
#IF using WPA set your WiFi key
#PSK=YOUR_WPA_PASSKEY

#IF using WEP set your WEP HEX key
#WEP=HEX_WEP_KEY

#Set IP (optional NETMASK) to use a static IP, if neither XK will use DHCP
#IP=STATIC_IP #ie 1.2.3.4
#NETMASK=STATIS_NETMASK #ie 255.255.255.0

+++++++++++++++++++++++Unique Wifi Dongle Key+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

KEY=YOUR_DONGLES_UNIQUE_KEY
SHARE=//192.168.0.10/Multimedia/XBox360/Games/
USER=admin
PASSWD=admin

Do you have any idea what I did wrong?

Thank you again.

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 _#36410 posted 2019-05-18 @ 14:18 GMT   
tried changing the SHARE=//192.168.0.10 to SHARE=//192.168.1.10?

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 _#36411 posted 2019-05-18 @ 18:08 GMT   
No IP, it's Ethernet only, more info here.
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 _#36412 posted 2019-05-19 @ 19:57 GMT   
Hi Robert,

As crazy as it may sound, modifying the xkey.cfg with SHARE, USER and PASSWD is working.
I manage to get 2.3MB/s which is not fantastic but allow me to stream any game from my NAS.

Menu ISO and Menu DVD are not working but I can select the game with the xkey web server.

I did not try AoE, but I will try and report the difference.

This is nice

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 _#36413 posted 2019-05-20 @ 06:36 GMT   
Quote:
On 2019-05-19 @ 19:57 GMT, Loops wrote:
Hi Robert,

As crazy as it may sound, modifying the xkey.cfg with SHARE, USER and PASSWD is working.
I manage to get 2.3MB/s which is not fantastic but allow me to stream any game from my NAS.

Menu ISO and Menu DVD are not working but I can select the game with the xkey web server.

I did not try AoE, but I will try and report the difference.

This is nice



Seems really strange to me if SMB works, nothing about that in the xk3y firmware release topic at the xk3y product support forum.
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 _#36414 posted 2019-05-20 @ 19:29 GMT   
Hi Robert,

I have found the information in this thread:
https://web.archive.org/web/20140702032622/http://k3yforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=12673

And also another there that summarize the previous conversation:
https://web.archive.org/web/20140816055533/http://k3yforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=13737

What do you think?

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 _#36415 posted 2019-05-21 @ 01:07 GMT   
OK, what firmware supports this? All the posts about SMB are months after xk3y firmware v2.01-4 which is the latest official firmware.
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 _#36416 posted 2019-05-21 @ 19:05 GMT   
Yes you are right this has all been discussed after the last firmware being released.
Anyway, I have been using the latest firmware available to my knowledge 2.01-4 and is almost perfectly working I would say. I haven't tried any other firmware.

But I lake the covers from the xkey webserver and no more menuiso nor menudvd. BTW do you havea xkey yourself?

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 _#36417 posted 2019-05-22 @ 13:38 GMT   
Yes, I have xk3y, got it on launch, and been using Live without problems ever since. I think there was a good reason SMB support was never mentioned as an official feature in the firmware update info, some speculation; getting a ban from Live because it will not emulate disc speed properly, or it just wasn't stable enough. I know TA made an effort to profile the ODD emulation speed, more info here (check the graph).
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 _#36418 posted 2019-05-22 @ 19:14 GMT   
But it is so convenient... Even burnout paradise who need constant reading on disk is almost perfect (almost because if you go fast enough for long time then at one stage you have a small 1s loading freeze every like 20s)

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