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RichardH
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Steve wrote:Richard, I would be happy for you to try and move the beast. I don't have the technical know-how...
Not sure I do either, but I'll have a bash! First thing is to see whether we can access the relevant gubbins.

I will message you about it....
It's a bugger getting inside the horn when you've got the array supports in place, isn't it!

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RichardH wrote:First thing is to see whether we can access the relevant gubbins.
it's know the correct language that makes the difference :)

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Although I'm not showing my ghastly face around here much lately, I'll gladly bung a few guineas towards keeping the Good Ship Finnbass around for a further three years 🙂
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RichardH wrote: First thing is to see whether we can access the relevant gubbins.
I had a similar conversation with SWAMBO the other evening.......entirely different subject mind..:eek:
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:D

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Steve wrote:Well, that figure was for three years hosting. No reason why we cant just go for an additional year? I've always gone for the three years as obviously that is the cheapest option. But our positions have all changed...
This would be the cost for one year:

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Three years would be £225.54.

Plus £11.95 domain renewal per year.

Plus VAT

This years total £284.99.

That's a lot of money....
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Woof! Richard?

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Post by RichardH »

Yeah, I am up for it - Steve's looking at getting hold of the gubbins needed so I can take a backup of the data etc and give it a go.
It's a bugger getting inside the horn when you've got the array supports in place, isn't it!

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Let know how progress is going! And good luck :)

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