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Re: ircnodedashboard updated

 

Bob,

On the Pi version of webserver.js, you can comment out or remove the section marked starting at line 174 and the dashboard should work.  

On Sat, Dec 10, 2016 at 3:46 PM, Bob Nielsen <n7xy@...> wrote:

lm-sensors didn't detect anything on the G4 PPC.  I'm going to replace the Mac with a Raspberry Pi one of these days, so it's no big deal,


On 12/10/16 3:17 PM, Bob Nielsen wrote:

Thanks John and Kenny.  I haven't had much success getting a dashboard to run on a PowerPC gateway (recycled Mac Mini).

73, Bob N7XY


On 12/10/16 2:40 PM, John D Hays - K7VE wrote:
Kenny's version is now on the repository.  Since the lm-sensors package is problematic on the Raspberry Pi, we have provided instructions on how to switch over for non-Raspberry Pi installations.

Then to adapt to Kenny's version see the file HowToInstall_lm-sensors.md 

On Fri, Dec 9, 2016 at 11:11 AM, Kenny Richards <kenny@...> wrote:

For those who happen to be running ircDDBGateway on something other than a Raspberry Pi and want to take advantage of John's new feature, I have hacked up an alternative solution that works with lm_sensors. (A generic solution for getting at this kind of info)  You can ping me directly and I'll send you my version of webserver.js and some instructions.

73,

Kenny, KU7M




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Re: ircnodedashboard updated

Kenny Richards
 

Bob,

I'm afraid my solution isn't going to help you either, there is no lm-sensors package available (at least that I could find) for the OSX and certainly not a PowerPC version. Most of the package is kernel drivers, which isn't going to be available for the mac's MACH kernel.  

John's latest version of ircDashboard is smarter and can ignore the CPU temp if the underlying support isn't available.

73,

Kenny


Re: ircnodedashboard updated

Bob Nielsen <n7xy@...>
 

lm-sensors didn't detect anything on the G4 PPC.  I'm going to replace the Mac with a Raspberry Pi one of these days, so it's no big deal,


On 12/10/16 3:17 PM, Bob Nielsen wrote:

Thanks John and Kenny.  I haven't had much success getting a dashboard to run on a PowerPC gateway (recycled Mac Mini).

73, Bob N7XY


On 12/10/16 2:40 PM, John D Hays - K7VE wrote:
Kenny's version is now on the repository.  Since the lm-sensors package is problematic on the Raspberry Pi, we have provided instructions on how to switch over for non-Raspberry Pi installations.

Then to adapt to Kenny's version see the file HowToInstall_lm-sensors.md 

On Fri, Dec 9, 2016 at 11:11 AM, Kenny Richards <kenny@...> wrote:

For those who happen to be running ircDDBGateway on something other than a Raspberry Pi and want to take advantage of John's new feature, I have hacked up an alternative solution that works with lm_sensors. (A generic solution for getting at this kind of info)  You can ping me directly and I'll send you my version of webserver.js and some instructions.

73,

Kenny, KU7M




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K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223
   




Re: ircnodedashboard updated

Bob Nielsen <n7xy@...>
 

Thanks John and Kenny.  I haven't had much success getting a dashboard to run on a PowerPC gateway (recycled Mac Mini).

73, Bob N7XY


On 12/10/16 2:40 PM, John D Hays - K7VE wrote:
Kenny's version is now on the repository.  Since the lm-sensors package is problematic on the Raspberry Pi, we have provided instructions on how to switch over for non-Raspberry Pi installations.

Then to adapt to Kenny's version see the file HowToInstall_lm-sensors.md 

On Fri, Dec 9, 2016 at 11:11 AM, Kenny Richards <kenny@...> wrote:

For those who happen to be running ircDDBGateway on something other than a Raspberry Pi and want to take advantage of John's new feature, I have hacked up an alternative solution that works with lm_sensors. (A generic solution for getting at this kind of info)  You can ping me directly and I'll send you my version of webserver.js and some instructions.

73,

Kenny, KU7M




--


John D. Hays
K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223
   



Re: ircnodedashboard updated

 

Kenny's version is now on the repository.  Since the lm-sensors package is problematic on the Raspberry Pi, we have provided instructions on how to switch over for non-Raspberry Pi installations.

Then to adapt to Kenny's version see the file HowToInstall_lm-sensors.md 

On Fri, Dec 9, 2016 at 11:11 AM, Kenny Richards <kenny@...> wrote:

For those who happen to be running ircDDBGateway on something other than a Raspberry Pi and want to take advantage of John's new feature, I have hacked up an alternative solution that works with lm_sensors. (A generic solution for getting at this kind of info)  You can ping me directly and I'll send you my version of webserver.js and some instructions.

73,

Kenny, KU7M




--


John D. Hays
K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223
   


Re: ircnodedashboard updated

Bob Nielsen <n7xy@...>
 

Hi Kenny,

I would like a copy.

Thanks & 73,

Bob, N7XY


On 12/9/16 11:11 AM, Kenny Richards wrote:

For those who happen to be running ircDDBGateway on something other than a Raspberry Pi and want to take advantage of John's new feature, I have hacked up an alternative solution that works with lm_sensors. (A generic solution for getting at this kind of info)  You can ping me directly and I'll send you my version of webserver.js and some instructions.

73,

Kenny, KU7M



Re: ircnodedashboard updated

Kenny Richards
 

For those who happen to be running ircDDBGateway on something other than a Raspberry Pi and want to take advantage of John's new feature, I have hacked up an alternative solution that works with lm_sensors. (A generic solution for getting at this kind of info)  You can ping me directly and I'll send you my version of webserver.js and some instructions.

73,

Kenny, KU7M


Re: Pi Case

Basil Gunn
 

On Fri, 9 Dec 2016 09:49:08 -0800
"Bryan Hoyer" <@K7UDR> wrote:

OK Here’s Budd’s email
Budd Churchward <budd@...>

On Dec 9, 2016, at 9:47 AM, ab9ca@... wrote:

OK, let me try this again,



This message is for Budd, WB7FHC:



Interested in one of your cases. But cannot contact you via the
address in message #584. If that used to be a link it is now
broken. It goes nowhere. And there is no email on your QRZ page.
Please send me a note at my call at arrl.net.


Thanks!

73 de dave
ab9ca


Re: Pi Case

 

The cases have been added to the product page

On Dec 9, 2016, at 9:40 AM, ab9ca@... wrote:

Interested in one of your cases. But cannot contact you via the address in the message. It goes nowhere. And there is no email on your QRZ page. Please send me a note at my call at arrl.net


73 de dave

ab9ca



Re: Pi Case

 

OK Here’s Budd’s email

On Dec 9, 2016, at 9:47 AM, ab9ca@... wrote:

OK, let me try this again,


This message is for Budd, WB7FHC:


Interested in one of your cases. But cannot contact you via the address in message #584. If that used to be a link it is now broken. It goes nowhere. And there is no email on your QRZ page. Please send me a note at my call at arrl.net


Thanks!

73 de dave
ab9ca



Re: Pi Case

ab9ca@...
 

OK, let me try this again,


This message is for Budd, WB7FHC:


Interested in one of your cases. But cannot contact you via the address in message #584. If that used to be a link it is now broken. It goes nowhere. And there is no email on your QRZ page. Please send me a note at my call at arrl.net. 


Thanks!

73 de dave
ab9ca


Re: Pi Case

ab9ca@...
 

Interested in one of your cases. But cannot contact you via the address in the message. It goes nowhere. And there is no email on your QRZ page. Please send me a note at my call at arrl.net. 


73 de dave

ab9ca


Re: WSJT-X with UDRC anyone?

Nick Ellson
 

Found that setting John, going to have to delete all my other accounts on groups.io so I can add them as aliases..

Thanks for the tip!

Nick Ellson - from iPhone (forgive typos)
CCIE #20018; VCIX-NV, CNSE
Network Hobbyist
"Educating Layer 8, one user at a time."

On Dec 8, 2016, at 11:28 AM, John D Hays - K7VE <john@...> wrote:

As a side note, if you go to your groups.io account, you can list any emails you might reply from.


Select Login -> Advanced Settings for Email Aliases   

You can then send email from any alias in the list.

On Thu, Dec 8, 2016 at 11:18 AM, <nick@...> wrote:


Was unable to reply to any of the threads I had with udrc@..., so I am re-attaching to the groups.io threads with my primary e-mail.



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K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223
   


Re: WSJT-X with UDRC anyone?

 

As a side note, if you go to your groups.io account, you can list any emails you might reply from.


Select Login -> Advanced Settings for Email Aliases   

You can then send email from any alias in the list.

On Thu, Dec 8, 2016 at 11:18 AM, <nick@...> wrote:


Was unable to reply to any of the threads I had with udrc@..., so I am re-attaching to the groups.io threads with my primary e-mail.



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K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223
   


Re: WSJT-X with UDRC anyone?

Nick Ellson
 


Was unable to reply to any of the threads I had with udrc@..., so I am re-attaching to the groups.io threads with my primary e-mail.

I haven't been back at this lately since I found an alternate soundcard solution for my Raspberry PI needs.

But I want to see if I can get tis UDRC-II to work with my Yaesu 857D.

Perhaps I have an incompatible radio (sound on the wrong pin, or not how the UDRC wants to see it. I don't have the tools I need to tell what's going on.


I did get the card to do some VHF Direwolf KISS connectivity, but that's about it.


Nick





Re: Where did the modulation go . . .

ab9ca@...
 

Interesting that something has changed. I set up those memories several years ago off some reference that I found online. I did not make up those settings. And so long as we had internet at the rptr site they worked FB. Used them often. Set up several other radios in the area the same way, and those also worked FB. But now it is required that the call be removed and we have 7 spaces with and E or an I . . . . 


Thanks to both you and Dan for the info.


73 de dave

ab9ca/4



Re: Where did the modulation go . . .

 

Your UR should be 7 spaces and an E, not call sign and E and the same for status but using I. 

These are radio configuration issues not dstarrepeater or ircddbgatewayd problems. 

Please visit a D-STAR primer site to understand how the the various fields should be set. 

On Dec 7, 2016 19:15, <ab9ca@...> wrote:

They are both turned ON in ircddbgatewayconfig.


When I try an ECHO test I get this in the ircddb log:


M: 2016-12-08 02:58:55: AB9CA    is trying to G2 route to callsign KI4SAZ E

M: 2016-12-08 02:58:56: USER: AB9CA    KI4SAZ C KI4SAZ G 70.196.133.102

M: 2016-12-08 02:58:59: AB9CA    is trying to G2 route to callsign KI4SAZ E

M: 2016-12-08 02:59:02: USER: AB9CA    KI4SAZ C KI4SAZ G 70.196.133.102


KI4SAZ is the call of the local rptr and the hotspot. 

I have a port forward set up in the router for port 40000 for G2 routing. Is that the port that is needed?

When I first set it up I used my personal call and got the same results. 

I get nothing back when I try STATUS and no audio playback from the ECHO command. 

But the basic hotspot seems to be working thru the rptr. I can link and unlink, talk and hear via the rptr with the hotspot providing the internet connectivity. We have lost the internet at the tower. One too many lightning strikes on the tower. Apparently that nice copper phone line provides a good ground. 

73 de dave
ab9ca/4


Re: Where did the modulation go . . .

Dan Porter (AI2M)
 

You need to put the following in the radio's Your Call field:
_______E (7 spaces before the E)
_______I (7 spaces before the I)
for echo and info respectively. 

Dan, AI2M

On Dec 7, 2016, at 10:15 PM, ab9ca@... wrote:

They are both turned ON in ircddbgatewayconfig.


When I try an ECHO test I get this in the ircddb log:


M: 2016-12-08 02:58:55: AB9CA    is trying to G2 route to callsign KI4SAZ E

M: 2016-12-08 02:58:56: USER: AB9CA    KI4SAZ C KI4SAZ G 70.196.133.102

M: 2016-12-08 02:58:59: AB9CA    is trying to G2 route to callsign KI4SAZ E

M: 2016-12-08 02:59:02: USER: AB9CA    KI4SAZ C KI4SAZ G 70.196.133.102


KI4SAZ is the call of the local rptr and the hotspot. 

I have a port forward set up in the router for port 40000 for G2 routing. Is that the port that is needed?

When I first set it up I used my personal call and got the same results. 

I get nothing back when I try STATUS and no audio playback from the ECHO command. 

But the basic hotspot seems to be working thru the rptr. I can link and unlink, talk and hear via the rptr with the hotspot providing the internet connectivity. We have lost the internet at the tower. One too many lightning strikes on the tower. Apparently that nice copper phone line provides a good ground. 

73 de dave
ab9ca/4


Re: Where did the modulation go . . .

ab9ca@...
 

They are both turned ON in ircddbgatewayconfig.


When I try an ECHO test I get this in the ircddb log:


M: 2016-12-08 02:58:55: AB9CA    is trying to G2 route to callsign KI4SAZ E

M: 2016-12-08 02:58:56: USER: AB9CA    KI4SAZ C KI4SAZ G 70.196.133.102

M: 2016-12-08 02:58:59: AB9CA    is trying to G2 route to callsign KI4SAZ E

M: 2016-12-08 02:59:02: USER: AB9CA    KI4SAZ C KI4SAZ G 70.196.133.102


KI4SAZ is the call of the local rptr and the hotspot. 

I have a port forward set up in the router for port 40000 for G2 routing. Is that the port that is needed?

When I first set it up I used my personal call and got the same results. 

I get nothing back when I try STATUS and no audio playback from the ECHO command. 

But the basic hotspot seems to be working thru the rptr. I can link and unlink, talk and hear via the rptr with the hotspot providing the internet connectivity. We have lost the internet at the tower. One too many lightning strikes on the tower. Apparently that nice copper phone line provides a good ground. 

73 de dave
ab9ca/4


Re: Where did the modulation go . . .

 

If they are turned on, they should work.  Watch the log for an error

tail -f /var/log/opendv/ircddbgatewayd.log



On Wed, Dec 7, 2016 at 11:12 AM, <ab9ca@...> wrote:

OK, seem to have nearly all of it working now. 

Can link and unlink, can talk and hear on the reflectors once linked. 


But I can't get the ECHO test nor the STATUS inquiry to work. I would really like to have these available. What is needed to get these working? Both are turned on the ircddbgatewayconfig.


73 de dave

ab9ca/4





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K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223