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    Strong 4620 II works great

    Figured I'd post an update... I bought the thing last June but only got around to getting it going a week or so back. Using postcode 02110, and the built-in oztivo strong-fast settings. Did the...
  2. It seems to me like the kind of device which...

    It seems to me like the kind of device which could be used to bring in a perfectly legal and paid for feed from elsewhere. Where Sky and their monopoly don't reign supreme. :)
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    Cheap, and more or less works out of box. ...

    Cheap, and more or less works out of box.

    Sounds like we have a winner. Which model, and whereabouts did you get 'er from?
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    Interesting. I'd been there already, and they...

    Interesting. I'd been there already, and they don't list the Kaons. Guess I'll send 'em a mail.

    Anybody gotten a Coship to work? That $169 price tag is mighty tempting...
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    Sounds like more or less just what I'm looking to...

    Sounds like more or less just what I'm looking to do, assuming cost isn't too high... Whereabouts did you get the STB? A quick check of google didn't help much...
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    Huh. I asked much the same thing a few weeks...

    Huh. I asked much the same thing a few weeks back, and got no reply... Just now came by to see if email notification was busted or something, seems my thread is gone without a trace. Guess I'll...
  7. Thread: NZTivo bbq

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    Cool. Not a bad showing for ol' Welly. I know...

    Cool. Not a bad showing for ol' Welly. I know there's more, as the aforementioned Tony is here too.
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    Me too. Like last week at 01:30 for an MVA...

    Me too. Like last week at 01:30 for an MVA between Plimmerton and Pukerua Bay. :D Missed a good one while rebuilding the rack in AKL though. 02:48 Saturday AM, kitchen fire. Mom came home pissed and...
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    Oh god yes. That would be far too dangerous. ...

    Oh god yes. That would be far too dangerous.

    Never mind that we train to charge into burning buildings. :D
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    Ya know, if we wanted to do it up in style, we...

    Ya know, if we wanted to do it up in style, we could do takeaways in Plimmerton, and eat 'em at the fire station. I'm a volly FF here, and Tony (who doesn't post much, but is around these parts......
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    What about me? :)

    What about me? :)
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    Couldn't 'a done it without ya mate. :)

    Couldn't 'a done it without ya mate. :)
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    Aye. It was all rather frustrating. Another...

    Aye. It was all rather frustrating. Another rather odd bit was routing power cables on the side of the rack, and ziptying them in place. Of course, with another rack on the side, it's virtually...
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    Fini

    Ok, as y'all may have noticed, .200 is no more. My webhost shifted colos due to suspicion of the recent disk failure being caused by environmental issues at the old colo. At this point I have no...
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    Heh. Fair enough... Dunno offhand. My guess would...

    Heh. Fair enough... Dunno offhand. My guess would be that if you can get the slice itself you could just use the dbload bits to get it in, but I've not tried... I tried playing with a logo slice...
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    Ok, had a couple more fiddly bits in apache, but...

    Ok, had a couple more fiddly bits in apache, but it just worked for me... Somebody else is getting a slice right now too... :)
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    Heh, throties are useful. :) I'm pretty sure...

    Heh, throties are useful. :)

    I'm pretty sure that .200 is back in business. I was very close to getting it this evening, but ran out of time before the opera call. Once I got home I made the one...
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    Status

    Just an update... A new machine is now in place for .200, but there are still issues with getting data onto it and such. To complicate matters, I'm singing for NZ Opera right now, and we're in the...
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    Said work would have been completely pointless...

    Said work would have been completely pointless without Jaidev's guide data slices. :)
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    Passing the torch

    :)

    Thanks guys, appreciate the support... That being said, had a chat with Jaidev offline, and the general consensus here is that this would be a good time to encourage migrating to orac... From...
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    Yo... Responding in order here... :) Thanks...

    Yo...

    Responding in order here... :)

    Thanks for offers of space, but I'm cool. Besides not paying for my current webhost, I've also got my own box at work on a citylink connection, so I'm not...
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    Emulator offline / Change to Orac main NZTiVo Emulator

    Before somebody starts asking... :) My webhost had a hardware failure, and as such the emulator (64.151.65.200) is currently offline. I don't know what the ETA is yet; since I don't know specifics of...
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    64.151.65.200 is up fine... I'm downloading a...

    64.151.65.200 is up fine... I'm downloading a slice from it even as I type. AFAIK it's been fine for several weeks at the least... I'd be suspecting something with the dialup connection. IIRC, the...
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    Ahh, got it. Thanks for the clarification.

    Ahh, got it. Thanks for the clarification.
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    And just to clarify; port 80 is jaidev's slices,...

    And just to clarify; port 80 is jaidev's slices, port 8080 (or whichever it is) runs the dev slices, right?
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