31 posts • joined 25 Aug 2009
Someone will mention asterisk
I just wrote a letter to TVL telling them why I don't need a licence, not heard from them since. Haven't had a licence for over 3 years now
Yes you can, you only need a TV licence to watch LIVE content (no matter which device this comes from)
http://irc.beusergroup.co.uk:8080/?channels=Be you get better info from these guys
I'm sure the elreg phoned up the ICO and admitted the mistake.
There is a fix for the £ symbol, it works on mine now :)
What about speakers?
I didnt get a text, i am most annoyed as I used this for netflix at the train station
'sudo' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
I own a TV connected to a pc, but only watch programs on iplayer (not live) I have never felt the £145 to be good value due to the endless repeats.
He will be missed, I had a chance to meet him, great bloke.
I couldnt find the start menu in KDE, the poor chap kept telling me where it was, he was suggesting i had to load IE and visit some page...
Acer support in the UK is crap, wont buy
I dont have a TV licence, I am not allowed to watch it live.... shame.
The IT angle?
I dont have a TV licence (i have told them i dont need one) as I only watch non-live TV via iplayer and other streaming services.
If i end up paying i will plug the TV back into the aerial
That BT man needs all that kit to make one phone call?!
I'm sure it says digital optical OUT ?
Is there any wifi?
BSOD is white on blue
B(black)SOD is black on black then?
I was thinking that, winnuke what fun :)
Apps cost to much to be convenient, if some of these apps were £1 i would buy them.
Didnt PCworld run an ad, where the user boasts that PC world showed him how to download movies?
I was planing on going in and asking where do i download these legal movies.
Is that DVD in upside down?
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