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Non graphical APRX runs well on the Pi, I am using it to send my weather data to APRS.
APRX allows TCP links to other systems so it should be possible if I remember correctly to link it to APRSISCE, will give it a try and report back
Sent: 26 October 2018 18:41
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] Aprs
Although this group is for APRSIS32, the discussion of the Pi and interfacing can be related by connecting it "to APRSIS32" from a client on the Pi. That is where a "mapless client" and even an old Pi seem to be most beneficial and work with linked cell phone connection, possibly even APRSISMO (if you can figure out how to connect through BT).
That said ...
Yes, the map handling has improved since the Tiger Maps went away. Still a bit slow on the Pi though, but then I have not tried Xastir on a Pi 2 or Pi 3.
Xastir has a Pi version available
sudo apt-get install xastir
or find it in the software installer on your Pi
NOTE: this is not typically the latest, but it ensure you install everything you need
compiling your own afterward is easier.
I sometimes run YAAC on a Raspberry Pi 2 in my car, linked to my cell phone in hotspot mode for the connection. Works pretty well. I recently installed a mobile rig (though only QRP) in the car, so next step should be to get Direwolf running and drop the cell connection.
'Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)' kj4erj@... [aprsisce] wrote: