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Thread: Which vu+ Linux saterlite Box has 64bit OS?

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    Question Which vu+ Linux saterlite Box has 64bit OS?

    Hello,
    Which VU+ receivers have 64bit linux os?

    Or are there any other receivers that are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIEN1X View Post
    Hello,
    Which VU+ receivers have 64bit linux os?

    Or are there any other receivers that are?
    Edision Osmio4K/4k+
    Gigablue Quad 4K & UE 4K
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    ------------------> DUR-Line DCR 5-1-8-L4 Multiswitch to 1.5M dish(28.2E)
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    .......................> FBC & DVB-S2X into 90cm dish (27.5W) Opticum robust Unicable LNB
    AX HD61, Edision Osmio 4K+, Zgemma H9Combo, Octagon SF8008 using Legacy ports on multiswitches
    Zgemma H9 C/S into Giga4K

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    Vu+ Duo4K but it's out of production now


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    Thanks for the feedback
    what about Vu+ Duo4K SE Version which I belive is the replacement of Duo4k?

    I did look on VU+ website but no clear info on OS version

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIEN1X View Post
    Thanks for the feedback
    what about Vu+ Duo4K SE Version which I belive is the replacement of Duo4k?

    I did look on VU+ website but no clear info on OS version
    The Duo4K SE is 32bit as it's the same cpu as the Ultimo4K.


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    Quote Originally Posted by twol View Post
    Edision Osmio4K/4k+
    As far as I know that has been dropped back to 32 bit.

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    A search on WoS comes up with these 2 ....

    https://www.world-of-satellite.co.uk...scription=true

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    On the 2 mentioned recievers the hardware is 64bit as in proessor like most are ,but that dose not mean the os is 64bit version

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    ... in reality, what difference is it going to make?

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    As stated earlier, Os Mio and Mio+ were 64 bit, but not anymore. No current box in ViX lineup runs 64 bit firmware.

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    The reason I asked is that 64bit os software performs better , I know its not a demanding pc but just thought I would ask as VU are high end recievers.
    Thanks for the clarification on what these recivers are.
    Last edited by ALIEN1X; 05-01-22 at 23:29. Reason: typo

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    Many may say Vu are over priced units in todays market.

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    The spec sheet on here for the VU+DUO 4K SE Says '1,500 MHz ARM QuadCore Processor (64Bit)' thats abit confusing or miss leading

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIEN1X View Post
    The spec sheet on here for the VU+DUO 4K SE Says '1,500 MHz ARM QuadCore Processor (64Bit)' thats abit confusing or miss leading
    How? My laptop has a 64 bit cpu, but I can run 32 bit software on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huevos View Post
    How? My laptop has a 64 bit cpu, but I can run 32 bit software on it.
    PLease correct me if Im wrong, on the sales site on here as it dose say 64bit processor for Duo 4k SE, so I assume it only runs 32 bit linux?
    And I assume uno 4k se is 32bit processor as like other vu products but all running 32bit linux only?

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