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I had assumed it needed a 64 bit .dll, but to be honest I am not good with this sort of thing
The programme now launches and starts with no errors, but only the "LED" that lights is the right hand one. My Pluto is under the dish on an ethernet to USB adaptor and I don't think the application is seeing the (fixed IP address) Pluto. I know the notes say that USB over LAN is a work in progress, so I will wait to see how others get on with this. I may well be doing something wrong, but my Portsdown 4 sees it at the same IP address, so although I would like to give you useful feedback I am probably not the right person to give any opinion on this as I am a bit clueless, to say the least!
Thanks for the fantastic contributions you are making, good luck, and best wishes.
If the left green LED stops there is a communication problem with Pluto.
Maybe installed firmware ? DATV-Easy works with manufacturer's firmware and some F5OEO firmware.
Have you installed the latest PlutoSDR-M2k-USB-Drivers.exe driver and libiio-0.23.gc14a0f8-Windows-setup.exe?
Ethernet is experimental.
If so, can you test with usb?
73 Dominique F1EJP