I also help my landlady carry out her garbage.
A Raspberry-Pi Beowulf cluster of those R9 295X2's.
Thanks for sharing your experiences. Getting FTA was actually not my primary objective for why I bought the 90cm dish, instead it's just a nice to have/play with. Just bought a SG6100 today so pointing should be a cinch.
Thanks. I'd share more with you later on but you posted as an AC
I think you're confusing cable box hacking with DSS hacking. In the old days you needed basic cable and a friendship with a cable guy. With DSS, there's nothing stopping the signal from reaching you, so you didn't have to pay jack except for an occasional unlooping when you weren't paying attention.
Great link. Several past google searches rendered forum posts from that site.
I don't believe that is true. You typically want the dish diameter to be 20x the wavelength. A 90cm dish can receive 3.33Ghz signals and above which is right at the C-band frequency range.
Nifty. Thanks for the reference.
I'm curious, who else is using satellite FTA on
I'm surprised BitYoga chose MongoDB for real-time analytics. Several years ago we attempted to do a real-time analytics solution with MongoDB but besides being a not so great performer when it comes to counting, it's boolean operators were still in its infancy. We ended up ripping out and replacing with another back-end solution in a couple of months and never looked back. Has MongoDB changed much to make real-time more realistic?
I photo bombed you from behind that wall.
Apparently they should have been named "Ostrich" since they have a preference to bury their heads in the sand.
So.....you're welcoming...solar wind? The sun? I don't know how long you've been here, but the sun and its wind have been around for quite some time. Or did you just not RTFA?
I'm going to find those guys at that bar and show them every single traffic light, closed circuit television, and any other ancillary cameras deployed by private and governmental agencies all around them. I could have San Francisco in a full scale riot by the end of the week!