Keith Williamson <email@example.com> writes:
Hi Nigel,Actaully Basil but I will answer to that as well.
(Nigel Bruce, Basil Rathbone, Sherlock Holmes)
More headway but some hiccups. First the headway:Woo hoo indeed!
I also use rmslist.sh to get the list of gateways to check.
Usage: ./rmslist.sh <integer_distance_in_miles> <maidenhead_grid_square>
Now the hiccups:Yes you can safely delete any file in /usr/local/var/wl2k/outbox
You should then delete the message ID data base
Be sure you do that as user (ie. pi) & not root.
Is this a possible symptom of a configuration problem?
2) When I run "wlgw-check.sh -g CN88tu", I am seeing an error from rigctlYep. That is something I need to fix. Memory index 35 is my 2m aprs
memory location. I just need any 2M memory location that has been
programmed. This is due to the hack required to change bands (2M/440)
for the TM-V71a rig control.
In wlgw-check.sh look for the line: set_memchan_index 35 and change 35
to what ever 2M digital frequency memory index is programmed in your
Also you should program the two 440 frequencies into your memory so they
can be accessed via memory location instead of VFO.
K7KCA-10 440125000 32 1200 (in Lopez Village)
AE7LW-10 440950000 33 9600
Although, they are far enough away you will probably not be able to hit
them unless you live on a mountain.
If I run rigctl, I can do setWhen I run rmslist.sh using your gridsquare, 3 RMS gateways come up that
So there is an assumption that you are connecting to 1200 baud
Gateways. Just an FYI it is possible to change to 9600 baud on the fly
as well. I need to spend some time to test that out.