Re: Anyone taken the UDRC and connected it to a URI?
Konrad Roeder -- WA4OSH
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I have one node, 46358, up and running on an RPi3 using the Arch Linux distro and the CM1?? based USB dongle I have. I get audio, but have not modified the dongle for PTT and COR yet.
The other node, 46367, is in the middle of bring-up. It's an RPI3 running AllStarLink Debian distro - RAT_RC1. I have yet to get a CM1?? based audio dongle for it and configure it for the node number.
I have a third node, no Allstar node number requested yet. It's an RPi3 with a UDRC-II board. It currently has Compass running on it. It runs FLDigi and Wolfram nicely. I have not installed Asterisk and app_rpt on it yet. The goal of this node is to be a portable simplex AllStar "hotspot" that would allow me to use in locations that have an Internet connection via Wi-Fi or Ethernet.
--73, Konrad WA4OSH
On Mon, Jul 31, 2017 at 5:44 AM, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
AllStarLink does support both pre-configured images and a method to add to a existing Debian install. Actually there is support for more then the CM1xx based sound devices. This weekend we restarted work on a UDRC based channel driver. I do NOT have a target date. We have been working on a updated channel driver method that will allow more configuration options. If you want to install AllStarLink on a existing Debian install, including the source code, take a look at https://github.com/