DVB2000 Open Source Version 1850 new software has released for MM owners!
What good does this software update for, when the ha*king community abandoned the support for this satellite receiver brand & model long long time ago! I gave mine as freebee to a friend of mine just for FTA channels!
Gone are the days when this receiver was the baby of the "boys". The company itself abandon this line(satellite receiver) & concentrate in mobile phones.
The more we learn things the more we hunger for more! That's human nature I guess!
And it's still the only receiver out there that has a SCSI computer link, and that's not bad for a receiver that is close to 20 years old.
Thanks for thee link George.. Might have a play myself. if i can evict the spiders, and cob-webs out of the old girl.
regards from OZ bassett
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Had a quick look myself and thought this was interesting but probably quite complicated. One point about the firmware is that it has a modular structure. There is a basic module and a number of add ons that have to be combined by the user into a working file to upload to the Nokia. While 'Kreator' (the author) is careful to stress that he does not support piracy, one of the add-ons (by a third party) appears to be a cam emulator. Another is a client for CS (GBOX). One of the longer term aims of the project is to allow the 9600 to be used with modern multicams (probably the main reason it lost its appeal). There is a reference in the blurb to the inadequacy of the communication link between the cam and the receiver, and a hint that apart from software the project may try to develop a hardware fix. There is also reference to the SCSI link and the possibility of doing more with a hard disc than was possible before. As I said, interesting but probably mainly for the committed hobbyist. It looked that use of all the modules together might require a memory upgrade too - if you have one of those hard-to-get tools for the security screw fittings.
Your correct about all the ad-on's frankly it's all very confusing, and complicated, and at the end of the day, who knows if it will work and what does it really consist of, and is it in fact worth the risk of doing a download.
After all once you click ''download" it's a bit late, if it doesn't do the job, or in fact load in the first place
regards from OZ bassett
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