Still at Isatlan. Musa spent the entire day working on the equipment, I even fed him lunch and tea.
After starting at 9:30am he finally left at 5pm after somehow getting the unit to work. I was not elated that he’d got it to work, I knew something was wrong and I knew I’d be back.
Nevertheless he went home and I played for a while on the internet thinking what a wonderful thing technology is.
Later that night I drove up the motorway for a few miles and pulled into a service station and set the dish away to connect to the internet. Heh heh I heard that whirring sound that I’d become accustomed to over the last 2 days but no way was it going to connect.
I phoned Musa who told me a few things to try and somehow we got it working. It feels very much like Musa actually doesn’t have a clue what he’s doing.
I am seriously not happy with this. £8,000 for equipment, it should just work. I have a very bad feeling about this. 🙁