Re: Betas #draws #setup #beta #image

Basil Gunn
 

John D Hays - K7VE <@john_hays> writes:

With this new direwolf executable, you can run
direwolf -c /etc/direwolf.conf
And that will get you the "Device or resource busy" shown below because
direwolf is started with systemd. So do NOT do that. I only support
direwolf running as a modem.

$ pidof direwolf
352
$ systemctl status direwolf

$ systemctl status direwolf
● direwolf.service - Direwolf Daemon
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/direwolf.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
Active: active (running) since Tue 2019-03-05 14:35:12 PST; 1h 22min ago
Process: 339 ExecStartPre=/bin/rm -f /tmp/kisstnc (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
Main PID: 352 (direwolf)
CGroup: /system.slice/direwolf.service
└─352 /usr/bin/direwolf -t 0 -c /etc/direwolf.conf -p

$ direwolf -c /etc/direwolf.conf
Dire Wolf DEVELOPMENT version 1.6 B (Mar 5 2019)
Includes optional support for: gpsd hamlib

Reading config file /etc/direwolf.conf
Audio device for both receive and transmit: plughw:CARD=udrc,DEV=0 (channels 0 & 1)
Could not open audio device plughw:CARD=udrc,DEV=0 for input
Device or resource busy
Pointless to continue without audio device.

/Basil

There are two primary ways direwolf is used. One is simply as a modem,
with only modem specific features in direwolf.conf and all other functions
created by external programs and/or protocol stacks. The other is
configuring various (mostly APRS) functions within direwolf.conf - either
approach is valid, and can be mixed and matched. Basil tends to use the
modem only approach.

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