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Offline fangis

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I need help to create a sce file
« on: June 20, 2014, 04:43:45 AM »
I need to create a 8188eu.sce file in order to use wifi.

But I cannot use import, since there is no internet working on my mk802. How can I create this file on my x86 machine? Or is there any other solution?

Offline expresspotato

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Re: I need help to create a sce file
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2015, 02:43:52 PM »
Yes me too, but the bigger picture is there are tons of tcz files that I need to convert or be able to install on my dCore based system (AllWinner A10) that only seems to accept sce's.

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Re: I need help to create a sce file
« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2015, 03:56:59 AM »
hello friend
i was able to install some modles by replacing the kernel by a more recent one, about 3.4 then you can insert the modules manually with insmod
once you have solved wifi or wired internet, then you can build the sces
hope this helps

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Re: I need help to create a sce file
« Reply #3 on: February 16, 2015, 03:20:21 PM »
Hi,

Can you be more specific? I have a 3.0.103 kernel from the 3.4 branch (not sure why they don't match but whatever), but have problems running mod probe.

Example code would be helpful.

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Re: I need help to create a sce file
« Reply #4 on: February 18, 2015, 09:07:13 AM »
hi
ok, i will try

Searching the internet I found some kernels. You may google for patwood kernel
3.4.67 is mine, but there are even newer versions.
If you dont find these you may try romanrm kernel for a10 too.
Then, what do you need to do:
First, replace the actual kernels - its the uImage file that you find in the first partition
Second, in the kernel zip file, you will see there are many modules, these are files with .ko extension.... locate the file, maybe copy them to your tinycore sd card, and then use insmod, for instance
sudo insmod 8188eu.ko
(for my wifi driver who didnt exist in the tinycore install)
by the way, when you switch this kernel, the first module you have to locate,
is named squashfs.ko
if you dont insert it the whole tinycore system will fail to work.
I hope this was more specific and possibly understandable, but i know it looks strange - it was difficult for me too
take care