Just a quick update after being out of town for a week.
First, for those of you having issues with files that contain question marks (usually right before the .html) you can use the following command to clean them from the system:
find -type f -name '*\?.html' -print0 | xargs -0 rm
As for my receiver's status sitting untouched for a week:
[Skylark][[email protected]:/mnt/downloads]$ du -d 1 -h
608.0K ./Amateur Radio
544.0K ./Community Content
[Skylark][[email protected]:/mnt/downloads]$ uptime
20:30:20 up 9 days, 20:23, load average: 0.83, 1.01, 0.94
The cache seems a bit big....
[Skylark][[email protected]:/mnt/downloads/.cache]$ ls -l
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 391294 Jan 12 13:10 50235f4ec82b5be5a6e12911fe08818714f4be16ed2a91024dfd079c2439ce1e
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 338538 Jan 13 01:18 897c5198f26ac1e3a777dfb703232cec6475235cbb15fe6f3209d9d0b15868cc
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 402188 Jan 13 07:10 b866f642dba2023714f9f561201dc4879b768e39454470c52f731ad0743d2b67
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 242380 Jan 7 08:19 c7d59ec722c5da6d468d2f6c8c797805fe381edebe8f1309ab7ca0a80d6bf657
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 401462 Jan 13 13:09 d89c8501fb4ffa9e9c8bcd93944bba21198defe85fc492ff8b018339ccf80786
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 387179 Jan 7 08:43 e90b50b1da80b335f17c423c7293c4c5fb9cf35696f020d33b6105a1c7c26768
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 407271 Jan 11 07:08 f3622fecca828d223baf55aa18b740df9c0e3e2e9ae886c8dc805c5b07f7180f
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 203617 Jan 14 19:41 zindex
It is a beautiful sunny day here in Florida....
Oh I forgot another issue I noticed reported was the chip turning itself off seemingly at random. There is a setting change with the power regulator that fixed that issue for me.
Here is some information about the CHIP power system and others having issues (along with workarounds): https://bbs.nextthing.co/t/video-and-power-issues-with-chip/1377/
What worked for me was setting the power regulator to "no limit": http://www.chip-community.org/index.php/Power#AXP209_Current_Limit_Settings
Please read all the information before making changes to your CHIP. A CHIP set to "no limit" can damage your USB ports on your PC (or worse) given the right conditions.