I run pi-hole on a version 2 pi zero which means I can leave it permanently in place whilst leaving my RP for other things. Just a thought if it went to a forumite.
So glad Bob’s on the mend.
I suspect he will read the forum even if he can’t post – so wishing you a speedy recovery Bob.
That brings back memories.
Tim Rustige did an article on Pringles can usage in issue 902 of MicroMart. How do I know? Because I kept the page before recycling the magazine. Unfortunately no date.
This is what I get if I try to log in via the drop down menu.
Don’t know if it’s just me but log in from the drop down menu doesn’t work. Purely by chance I found a log in button at the bottom of a topic page & that does work.
Apologies for the delay in replying – forum wouldn’t let me log in. Possibly because I set the router DNS to Adguard.
Since then have installed Pi-hole on a Raspberry Pi Zero W then added Forumite to the white list.
Back to the TP-Link AC1200 (Archer VR400)
Often, but not always it’s extremely slow to open the log in page & then won’t go any…[Read more]
So sorry to hear your unwell again.
Wishing you a speedy recovery.
I bought the one Lee was selling. It’ll be interesting to see what you think of it.
Great news Bob. 😀
Posted on alt.comp.freeware by Arlen Holder
“My experiment turning all Android app permissions off, specifically to Google Play Services permission
I’ve been testing the Android Pie Moto G7 for a few days now, where I have
installed hundreds of freeware apps, so I’ve been testing with all app
permissions initially turned off to everything,…[Read more]
The exercise, as far as I recall, had a one word name something ….ation. As I said previously, there was a handbook but again I can’t remember if it was exclusively for this exercise.
Was going to reply to an earlier post then realised it was several years old.
Happy new year all.
Now that question has been answered perhaps someone can answer another.
In the cadets we had to regularly carry out an exercise to assess whether a distant point could be viewed or was blocked by the intervening terrain.
This was accomplished by plotting a graph of the contours from a straight line joining the points on an OS map.
The exercise had…[Read more]
Must be on a lucky streak.
Won the Xmas raffle at the local club – £50 meat voucher.
Mid summer, started going to the quiz night at the local hostelry, with varying success. Have come first a couple of times as well as last & all places in between. Anyway, won 5 prizes in their xmas raffle.
Thanks Bob but you have misunderstood.
The Humax is not connected to the internet, that’s what the Rokku is for. The Humax gets its signal from the roof aerial, no pass through so the Humax must be switched on for the TV to get a signal.
Why do you think that you need a new crimping tool? The connectors are no different except for holes to allow each cable to pass through … unless of course you mean the two piece connectors … but I suspect they will use the standard crimper.
I got my connectors from Kenable (St Helens) on ebay.
I also ordered another 50 from a Chinese Ebay…[Read more]
Got a FVP 5000 direct from Humax thanks to a link provided by Bob some 18 months back.
The great thing is that you can record 3 programmes whilst watching another. Don’t know how they do that with only 3 tuners.
Like all GUIs, you have to find your way around.
Bad points that I’ve found
• Stuttering as if the picure stops then catches up. TV is f…[Read more]
We didn’t have a TV so I was cowering behind the sofa in next door’s living room. Most of it was the music. I vividly recall the end of the first episode, Holst’s Mars, the bringer of war played whilst a workman collapsed next to a mobile generator with the ground shaking.
I have loads of old time radio (OTR) if any of the regulars want any : Al…[Read more]
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