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  1. #1
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    Working FTA is starting to get too easy! Time to refrsh my abilities with Dish Networ

    Since 1996, I've been known as "1 Crazy Canuck" and became self-proclaimed Canadian political-activist lobbying and supporting the "Rights and Freedoms of Choice" to watch alternative TV [e.g. - BEV, Ditectv; and Dish Network - as being our alternative tv viewing providers].

    I presently have had a Coolsat FTA receiver with next to know problems, Decided to look into learning the various methods for loading of Dish Network. . Besides, obtaining ISO programmer[s]...programs for Atmega 128 cards as well as the yellow cards;

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    Ok, I'll byte. How does Satelite TV fit in a Database forum?

    -PatP

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    Database of dishes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Phelan
    Ok, I'll byte. How does Satelite TV fit in a Database forum?

    -PatP
    My bad?
    I used search engine to locate forums dealing with ISO programming for DN and this was one place listed :

    http://dbforums.com/showthread.php?t=1094056

    My apologies! No harm intended

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    I was just confused... Somehow the question seemed so "off base" for what we normally do here, that I couldn't figure out how it got here.

    You stumbled across an archived post that was actually SPAM in a UseNet feed. It shouldn't have gotten here on DBForums in the first place, and it should never have been archived. It seems that a bit of housekeeping is in order!

    I'll be very surprised if you get any response. There is very little discussion anywhere except the chat forum (sort of a digital "break room" for DBForums) that is not database focused. The chances of finding someone here with significant Satelite video experience is slim, although there are a few of us with experience on the data side doing things like VSA terminals, etc.

    Sorry!

    -PatP

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    ...and we already have one crazy canuck as a member.
    If it's not practically useful, then it's practically useless.

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    NP!
    Mind if I stick around and do a little reading? Who knows where it'll lead? Still young enough to learn...only 59....not dead, yet! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 Crazy Canuck
    ....not dead, yet! LOL!
    Why, I do believe that might be from Monty Python and the Holy Grail!

    -PatP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Phelan
    Why, I do believe that might be from Monty Python and the Holy Grail!

    -PatP
    " Ah, I see, you be a movie buff, yourself? "

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    I don't have the time for movies that I once had, but I do enjoy them. Actually, when I was in college I was torn between tech theater and computers. Since health and family problems demanded a regular paycheck, I chose computers, but a large part of my heart has stayed with the theater.

    -PatP

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