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Ditto. I can only think GLT accidentally corrupted it.
He did change it fromDitto. I can only think GLT accidentally corrupted it.
That was because the link was invisible im my (Chrome) browser but visible when I edited the post until I deleted the MyHumax,org/He did change it from
As the OP apparently hadn't read the thread. If he had he should have realised that the only way to get at the unencrypted recordings made in non-freesat mode was to copy to USB, and use a linux booted machine to remove the non standard characters. In the case of the files in the thread that were much larger than 4GB the drive used needed to be EXT3. The Foxsat wasn't like this originally, the crude protection was added at a later stage, guessing at the behest of Freesat. Out of interest as an experiment I will post the original link and report if it is visible.That's weird. Nothing to do with this forum (not deliberate, anyway), and note that the link in post 11 works (only the link text is changed, not the link itself). Maybe something is filtering it your end?
You need a telnet client package on the Foxsat and if not already enabled enable telnet in Windows (Add Windows facilities in control panel. No point now in using that particular command) as you have the patch already on both but worth setting up as it's handy for all sorts of diagnostics.Thanks Graham. I am still a bit f a novice with this sort of thing. How do I enter that line in telnet? Can't see anything that kicks up telnet from Raydons web browser.