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Author Hello from (near) Paris
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Posted on April 03 2008 05:56
Hi all,

Happy to register to this new Hobbyist OpenVMS website.

I'm always here, even if I don't traffic very much into comp.os.vms (remember CENA).

I'll try to post some pics of my home setup (Two Alphas / Three HP PCs).

May main home system is an Alphastation DS15A under Vms 8.3 and with about 340 Gb of disks and a DDS5 DAT for backup. The PCs have more than One Terabyte of storge however, but I record some TV programs via a Digital TV receivercard (whe have now Digital Terrestrial TV in France, since 3 years, about 22 free channels).

Refards,

Patrick


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Author RE: Hello from (near) Paris
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Posted on April 04 2008 09:30
*waves from across the channel*

:-)
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Author RE: Hello from (near) Paris
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Posted on April 05 2008 05:59
Glad to see you, Patrick. Welcome!
Author RE: Hello from (near) Paris
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Posted on April 06 2008 22:44
imiller wrote:
*waves from across the channel*

:-)


May be you can receive some of the muxes in UK (note we use 8K COFDM modulation and not 2K like in UK, but with a recent receiver it may be OK). In France Digital TV is called TNT (Television Numerique Terrestre).


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Author RE: Hello from (near) Paris
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Posted on April 06 2008 22:50
My avatar is a lovely Dwarf Rabbit born in September 2003. On the avatar pic, he was only 8 weeks old, the day he comes at home. You can see pics at 6 months old on my web pages

http://pagesperso-orange.fr/subwww/nikon8700/1280x960/

plus some Paris pics taken in March 2004


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Posted on April 07 2008 01:14
In the UK there is have lots of Digital TV channels I don't watch already so I expect I can not watch the French was too :-D
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Author RE: Hello from (near) Paris
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Posted on April 09 2008 00:04
My DS15 (I also have a DS10) is,used to process digital pictures (I have a lot of digital photo cameras, from 2 to 8 Mpixels) and to listen music (midi and mp3). It was rather difficult to buy the DS15 sound card (the 3.3V Ensoniq model) because the sound card was never validated under VMS on the DS15 (however it works great) and HP never wanted to sell me the system with the card !!. It was necessary to buy the card separatly from a broker.


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