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Published in 2015-12-16 23:56:02 | Show all floors |Read mode
Hi, there are a program to convert script.fex to script.bin? i have try this one:
https://github.com/OLIMEX/OLINUX ... n-convertor-windows
but it seems no working for a orange pi pc script. thank you
Published in 2015-12-17 01:48:34 | Show all floors
I've done Windows stuff approx. 20 years ago. But the .BAT files seem to miss the right suffix when calling fexc.exe? I would have a look at the batch file's syntax and then try it directly calling fexc.exe.

And if that doesn't work: Why not using the Orange Pi itself. Since you ask in the Debian forum all you need is a
  1. sudo apt-get install sunxi-tools
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Published in 2017-1-24 19:23:28 | Show all floors
I just tried install the sunxi-tools and got the error "Unable to locate"

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