I may have been joking but I still do not know what “beast” Jerry is talking about.
We can assume (yikes!) that he means APRSIS32, but I don’t consider APRSIS32 a “beast” but a finely tuned piece of software) but then Jerry does mention a Kantronics piece of hardware.
Once I know what the “beast” is, then help can be more forthcoming. Otherwise I can assume he is talking about something from Revelations. But then I guess if it is that beast, then digipeating is the least of our worries.
From: aprsisce@... [mailto:aprsisce@...] On Behalf Of Steve Daniels
Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2014 7:25 PM
Subject: RE: [aprsisce] digipeating
Fred is joking. You need to edit the xml config file in APRSIS32 to get digipeating to work. Info on that in the wiki
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On Behalf Of Bill Hancock
I guess windows 8.1 don't digipeat either, but
that's another subject. Is this a serious reference or another ham-ley
sense of humor?
What kind of beast do you have? 3 horned version or a 5 horned version? The even horned beast don’t digipeat.
Anybody know how to make this beast digipeat? I'm using a Kantronics KPC3 / 8 update. Do I need to go into the KPC and adjust flood, or what?
On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 7:46 AM, <eckerpw@...> wrote:
> James- one more (dumb) question, I changed the symbol but now
> seem to have two icons sitting on top of my QTH, the black diamond
> 2 for ME and then a yellow house associated with the kc2nyu-0.
> How do I eliminate the second one?
If you changed the icon in APRSISCE/32, the old icon should have gone
away. I think you had two copies running at once though, so the i-gate
copy probably saw the house. The house icon will time out after a
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