Mike - KB0FX
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Thanks for the addition information. I run Ubuntu 18.10 as my main operating system but I run just about every operating system you can think of with my multiple computers. I have everything from Windows 95 through Windows 10 running as well as MAC OS, IOS & Android. I am also running Virtual Box on Ubuntu. That said I somethings get confused with all the different things I am running in the shack!
Mike - KB0FX
On Fri, Dec 14, 2018 at 11:59 AM Basil Gunn <basil@...
Thank you very much for the screen shots. For me personally it means a
lot to hear of your success.
Since you are going to be using FLDigi you will need to turn direwolf
off before running that program.
I have a couple of scripts that allow you to do that in the following
ax25-stop will unload all the ax.25 stuff & stop direwolf for your
current session. ie. if you reboot ax.25 & direwolf will be running
ax25-disable will stop the ax.25 & direwolf services from loading
between RPi reboots.
This script in ~/bin will let you know what ax25 & direwolf processes
are running, would be good to run it before starting up FLDigi to be
sure direwolf has been stopped.
Also I am working on an install problem so there will be yet another
draws-beta image either today or tomorrow.
Thanks again for the screen shots.
Mike - KB0FX <mweilb@...> writes:
> John & Basil - Thank you very much for the Beta image and the additional
> information on how to run the script to get Direwolf running. This morning
> I did a greenfield install of the beta image on a brand new Raspberry Pi 3
> Model B+ and everything just worked! So have I have GPS, Chrony and
> Direwolf working. I am using a Icom IC-2720 on APRS. Hope to try FLDIGI
> this afternoon. See my screen shots below.
> Mike - KB0FX
> On Thu, Dec 13, 2018 at 12:01 PM Basil Gunn <basil@...> wrote:
>> If you want direwolf functionality with the draws hat do this:
>> cd n7nix/config
>> sudo su
>> ./app_config.sh core
>> This will run a script that sets up AX.25, direwolf & systemd
>> Now reboot your RPi & confirm your installation is working:
>> Tune your radio to the 1200 baud APRS frequency: 144.39 because there
>> should be lots of traffic there.
>> tail -f /var/log/direwolf/direwolf.log
>> become root & run listen -at in a console window
>> Tune your radio to the 1200 baud APRS frequency: 144.39
>> cd n7nix/debug
>> sudo su
>> ./btest.sh -P [udr0|udr1]
>> This will send either a position beacon or a message beacon
>> with the -p or -m options.
>> Using a browser go to: https://aprs.fi/
>> Under Other Views, click on raw packets
>> Put your call sign followed by an asterisk in "Originating callsign"
>> Click search, you should see the beacon you just transmitted.
>> After that you can configure rmsgw, paclink-unix or someother packet
>> program that requires direwolf ie.:
>> ./app_config.sh rmsgw
>> ./app_config.sh plu
>> If you want to run some other program that does NOT use direwolf then do
>> cd bin
>> sudo su
>> This will bring down direwolf & all the ax.25 services.
>> I will put this in a markdown doc file later on today.
>> John D Hays - K7VE <john@...> writes:
>> > A Beta image is available for download at
>> > http://nwdig.net/downloads/draws_beta2.zip
>> > (This location may change.)
>> > Unzip the file which will create draws_beta2.img
>> > Use an SD Card of at least 8 GB and copy the img file with an image
>> > like Etcher <https://www.balena.io/etcher/> or dd under Linux.
>> > Insert into Raspberry Pi (with DRAWS HAT)
>> > Boot up. It will expand the file system to fill your SD card.
>> > User: pi / nwcompass but it will autologin and present GUI.
>> > Run *raspi-config* to set timezone and enable ssh and vnc if desired.
>> > If the GPS antenna is installed:
>> > *sudo systemctl enable gpsd*
>> > *sudo systemctl start gpsdsudo systemctl restart chrony*
>> > Explore the menu system and desktop Icons. (The Direwolf menu item is
>> > broken.)
>> > To start and stop direwolf use:
>> > *sudo systemctl start direwolf*
>> > *sudo systemctl stop direwolf*
>> > Application support should be directed to the author of each application.
>> > Use Raspbian support for OS questions. General questions can be asked in
>> > this group. (Check Wiki as well)
>> > There are many applications installed, you can see the install scripts in
>> > /home/pi/n7nix and an install log in /var/log
>> > More information will be provided, but getting this out for those who are
>> > waiting.
>> > A few commands:
>> > *gpsmon* # Check the GPS
>> > *chronyc* sources # Check the NTP clock
>> > *sensors* # Check sensors, including the input voltage if using the HAT
>> > V input.