I thought I'd better try out the release of 3935 first before installing it (and possibly hosing my installation).
I copied it to to c:\dash\evo3935, changed xboxdash.xbe -> default.xbe, added to my old evox.ini then rebooted. When I run RemoteX from inside my old evox installation it just reboots. I'm wondering if there's something wrong with my downloaded evox version, or if this is just not supposed to work anyhow.
One other thing - I've got one of the 'dummy' ISO images that I've been trying to get working with my Samsung drive and after 20 or so attempts the box won't take it. I'm using DVD-R with Ritek G-04 dye (admitedly overprints but..), so I reckon I've got the best possible combination for compatibility. But... is the padding in dummy really only appropriate for CD-Rs? Should I try to remake the images padding out to 4.7GB instead of 600MB or doesn't that matter? What I have doesn't seem to be an ISO image, or at least Linux doesn't want to mount it and gives some strange error.
PS: I can't just write a CD-R because I've got a Pioneer writer that doesn't do CDs :-(.