Thanks to you both for your postings.jasonl wrote: ↑Mon Aug 12, 2019 3:07 pmThe command line program is included with all versions of the Mac software, and is distributed in source form as libhdhomerun. The Mac GUI is actually the same as the Linux GUI and is provided in source form on the Linux downloads page at https://www.silicondust.com/support/linux/ . It's based around an ancient version of GTK that doesn't compile properly under the current Mac build system, which is why it was removed. If someone is interested in modernizing it they're welcome to do so, and I can bring up getting it on GitHub once there are some changes ready to submit.neil459 wrote: ↑Mon Aug 12, 2019 6:05 amI just download the recommended dmg and there is no separate installer. One has to downgrade the complete installation. Is that really an option? I don't think so.jasonl wrote: ↑Sun Aug 11, 2019 4:12 pmThe last Mac version that included it was 20180817, which can be downloaded from https://download.silicondust.com/hdhome ... 180817.dmg . There was never an official app for Android or iOS.
If SD is not going to support this command line app, why not put the source in a GitHub repository and let your users maintain it? I actually used this command line program quite often until it disappeared. Especially when monkeying with my antennas and wiring.
Edit: @jasonl - sure would be great if SD would provide a “Like” button so one could tick it on posts to indicate “Thanks” without a corresponding reposting in the Forum