Updating gemini via blue panel

GP3 is a major step forward because you don’t need to flash the Dreambox every time a new GP version is published.

The soft source being emitted is very flattering on skin tones, and you get nice soft shadows.

Whatever the engineers have been doing over at Litepanels, they have been doing it right.

And on a side note: have you ever had a look at TV Browser?

TV Browser not only is an insanely great program guide (EPG), it also lets you manage favorites, search for program repetitions and remotely program timers on your Dreambox.

A bit later in April we should see the slightly more powerful NUC with an Intel Pentium Silver J5005 CPU hit the shelves.

The NUC7CJYH is powered by a 10-watt dual-core Celeron J4005 CPU that is clocked up to 2.7 GHz.

There’s no fanless model in Intel’s lineup, but third parties most probably will manufacture a fanless case for this. This means that you will need to add your own memory chips and the storage media.

The Gemini Lake NUC has 2 SO-DIMM slots for DDR4-2400 RAM, but a bit disappointingly the maximum amount of memory supported is only 8 gigabytes.

Fortunately, some folks over at are providing an online softcam repository feed that plugs in nicely into Blue Panel (see Addons menu). The softcams provided include recent versions of cccam, mgcamd, opencam, oscam, hypercam, scam and others.

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