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Originally Posted by alex123 have you used the bp channel editor m8 Yes i have used the bp channel editor but when you save the file it doesn't save in pmhd format so can't upload

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    Re: Anyone heard of a black panther linux box?

    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Mckenzie View Post
    that satfools site looks a bit like that satrnoics anyone else used them? from feedback id probs prefer to order from eurosky but they dont seem to have the dm800

    spiderbox is still an option from them i suppose but the spiderbox and black panther seem to lack the support the dm800 has and when your sh1t at this the more people who can help the better
    m8 tthe person who runs this satfooldeals shop, is a very old school sat expert, and very reliable, and is nothing like that other ripoff site you are on about m8, have a look and ring them up, and you will soon realise how good they are m8



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    Re: Anyone heard of a black panther linux box?

    I used satfooldeals before. Jose Is a very good supplier and gives excellent support if you have any problems. I cant fault them. Altough you may get stung with import tax. I got mine refunded as i had already paid it in the price. So check that with them first.

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    Re: Anyone heard of a black panther linux box?

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    Re: Anyone heard of a black panther linux box?

    thanks mate if my first choice isnt available will order from these guys

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    Re: Anyone heard of a black panther linux box?

    the link has the support files so thats a good

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    Re: Anyone heard of a black panther linux box?

    i wonder if this can run enigma 2 images, and cccam, and be a server and client box, and if so i cant seem to find it anywhere for 179 euro, we could do with some hardcore info on this, it could be a very good tuner and very good linux box, is it new around, we need some hardcore info about this, sounds interesting

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    Re: Anyone heard of a black panther linux box?

    Quote Originally Posted by jjp2701 View Post
    i wonder if this can run enigma 2 images, and cccam, and be a server and client box, and if so i cant seem to find it anywhere for 179 euro, we could do with some hardcore info on this, it could be a very good tuner and very good linux box, is it new around, we need some hardcore info about this, sounds interesting
    boy up here is doing for 130 but think he only sells local

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    Re: Anyone heard of a black panther linux box?

    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Mckenzie View Post
    boy up here is doing for 130 but think he only sells local
    Colin are you sure it's Linux?

    I don't see it mentioned anywhere.

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    Re: Anyone heard of a black panther linux box?

    Theres 2 different models;

    - Medialink Black Panther HD = No mention of this being linux = 150 quid
    - Medialink ML 9700 HD = Linux HD pvr = 290 quid

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    Re: Anyone heard of a black panther linux box?

    Quote Originally Posted by davido View Post
    I used satfooldeals before. Jose Is a very good supplier and gives excellent support if you have any problems. I cant fault them. Altough you may get stung with import tax. I got mine refunded as i had already paid it in the price. So check that with them first.

    Is Satfooldeals not a UK based supplier, so why would you get any import tax issues ?? Unless you are not UK based ?? Or he is a dropshipper and orders are shipped direct from China...


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