Unless otherwise specified the install would be the same, ie you use the same loader. Not loading is always an option. I do think we are going to see a lot of updates coming for Neutrino given that its also the firmware for the ME. As with the initial release, there is no good reason to load this version unless you want to play.
I just looked and you are correct, the Neutrino loader is missing. I guess that's one way to decrease complaints about firmware, make sure the customer can't load it.
I tried to do the Dual Boot with E2 and Neutrino - did not work.
In theory, in order to try and setup a dual boot E2/Neutrino you would need to install E2 on the receiver and Neutrino on USB. IIRC, to install Neutrino as bootable on USB, you need to rename the bin file so that AZup thinks its loading a OFW file. Is this what you tried?
Was bored, so I tried to install Neutrino direct to USB Stick without DOM installed - it failed too.
So grabbed a Camera Chip, and USB adapter, and it installed fine, so my USB Stick is just hosed.
FYI, I still could not lock C Band with Neutrino 1.1.
Lak7 said:I did not pay attention, but I was mostly testing DVB-S2 TPs.
Another possibility is that I am using a DMX741 C/Ku LNBF, with built-in 22KHz switch, but using an external DiSEqC Switch to go between- possible that Neutrino has 22KHz on all the time - as I was able to lock C Band in Vers 1.0 when AZ was slaved to another receiver.
For LNB Setup, I chose Advanced, Commited Switch 3, LNB Low and High 5150 (switch 00000), and set Rotor Position.