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Re: Wx filters

Nigel Gunn G8IFF/W8IFF <nigel@...>
 

I'm on port 14580 but still getting worldwide Wx stations, amongst others.

On 24-May-11 10:15, Jim Alles wrote:


On a side note, I have seen a flood of METAR objects come and go from firenet.us <http://firenet.us>, far beyond my
range filter (near global), providing thousands of objects.
I had to add -o/MTR* to make them stay away.
I would like to see MTRKUNV on my map, but this is still a puzzle.
both development & stable release, on WIN XP , but I don't think it is a APRSIS32 thing.
73,
Jim A.


--
Nigel A. Gunn, 1865 El Camino Drive, Xenia, OH 45385-1115, USA. tel +1 937 825 5032
Amateur Radio G8IFF W8IFF (was KC8NHF 9H3GN), e-mail nigel@... www http://www.ngunn.net
Member of ARRL, GQRP #11396, QRPARCI #11644, SOC #548, Flying Pigs QRP Club International #385,
Dayton ARA #2128, AMSAT-NA LM-1691, AMSAT-UK 0182, MKARS, ALC, GCARES, XWARN, EAA382.


Re: Wx filters

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

I have seen firenet.us seem to ignore my filter for an hour or so usually in the wee hours of the morning.  I have not had time to isolate this though.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

On 5/24/2011 6:15 AM, Jim Alles wrote:

On a side note, I have seen a flood of METAR objects come and go from firenet.us, far beyond my range filter (near global), providing thousands of objects.
 
I had to add -o/MTR* to make them stay away.
 
I would like to see MTRKUNV on my map, but this is still a puzzle.
 
both development & stable release, on WIN XP , but I don't think it is a APRSIS32 thing.
 
73,
 
Jim A.


Wx filters

Jim Alles
 

On a side note, I have seen a flood of METAR objects come and go from firenet.us, far beyond my range filter (near global), providing thousands of objects.
 
I had to add -o/MTR* to make them stay away.
 
I would like to see MTRKUNV on my map, but this is still a puzzle.
 
both development & stable release, on WIN XP , but I don't think it is a APRSIS32 thing.
 
73,
 
Jim A.


Re: Filters

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Try -s/w

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ/EA? - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

On 5/23/2011 9:39 PM, Nigel Gunn G8IFF/W8IFF wrote:
I'm not having success filtering out the stations with the H2O symbol.
What's the correct filter?


Re: Dream feature request: Decode packets from soundcard

Greg D
 

er, oh, yeah.  I forgot about that.  I guess there is...  I just use the earphone jack for listening to stuff, and since I don't use the phone as a phone (no SIM unless I borrow my wife's), it doesn't get much use other than as a PDA, with a Skype call once in a blue moon.  Forgot about the mike / earbud thingy.

"Never mind..."

Greg  KO6TH

p.s. Thanks for the pointer to PocketDigi!


Rud Merriam wrote:

 

Don't most cell phones have mike / earphone connections? There is iPaq software called PocketDigi that does digital modes this way.


- 73 -
Rud Merriam K5RUD
Emergency Coordinator
Montgomery County ARES®
Mystic Lake Software

On 5/23/2011 10:44 PM, Greg D wrote:
 

Hi Lynn,

Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote:

 

My son, KJ4DXK, and I were just discussing this on our trip over here.
Here's the scoop in no particular order:

1) I'd love the ability to just hook audio into a device (both WinMo and
desktop) and eliminate the hardware TNC.


HOW, pray tell, would you connect the audio into your phone?  Desktop, sure, but phone?  All I can picture are the acoustic handset couplers from days gone by.  (*)

Would Bluetooth have sufficient audio quality (especially on the microphone side) to do this, assuming you can solve the dongle power problem, and find one that didn't mimic a serial port?

Greg  KO6TH

(*)  Yes, I'm severely dating myself on this...  Those under age 40 see:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acoustic_coupler


Re: compatible hardware setup

Bradley Haney <kc9gqr@...>
 

 
I use that device  I use mine v ia  bluetooth serial connection

Hi Steve,

I don't know if you want to take on another dimension to the table, but the HP iPAQ hw6945 (which you have listed) will drive an external serial TNC (including the Kenwood TH-D7) via a serial cable (p/n 419765-001 is the one I tried; there may be others).  It's awkward (the cable is thick and heavy), but it does work.

Greg  KO6TH


Steve Daniels wrote:

 

I am trying to gather together the compatible hardware and setups for the wiki on this page

http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/compatible-hardware-software

 

if you have hardware not listed and the setup for that hardware please could you let me know.

 

Steve Daniels

G6UIM

 



Re: compatible hardware setup

Greg D
 

Oh, also,

Other Linux distributions include  OpenSuSE 10.1 through 11.3 under either Wine or CrossOver Office.

For connecting a Serial TNC to APRSISCE/32 running in Wine or Crossover, you must add an entry to the Windows "Registry" (system.reg) for the following, in addition to the usual setting up of symlinks to the physical ports.

[HARDWARE\\DEVICEMAP\\SERIALCOMM] 1131331688
"COM1"="COM1"
"COM2"="COM2"

(Credit goes to:  http://wiki.jswindle.com/index.php/Wine_Registry#Serial_Com_Port)

Greg  KO6TH


Greg D wrote:

Hi Steve,

I don't know if you want to take on another dimension to the table, but the HP iPAQ hw6945 (which you have listed) will drive an external serial TNC (including the Kenwood TH-D7 via a serial cable (p/n 419765-001).  It's awkward (the cable is thick and heavy), but it does work.

Greg  KO6TH


Steve Daniels wrote:
 

I am trying to gather together the compatible hardware and setups for the wiki on this page

http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/compatible-hardware-software

 

if you have hardware not listed and the setup for that hardware please could you let me know.

 

Steve Daniels

G6UIM

 


Re: Dream feature request: Decode packets from soundcard

Rud Merriam <k5rud@...>
 

Don't most cell phones have mike / earphone connections? There is iPaq software called PocketDigi that does digital modes this way.

- 73 -
Rud Merriam K5RUD
Emergency Coordinator
Montgomery County ARES®
Mystic Lake Software

On 5/23/2011 10:44 PM, Greg D wrote:

 

Hi Lynn,

Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote:

 

My son, KJ4DXK, and I were just discussing this on our trip over here.
Here's the scoop in no particular order:

1) I'd love the ability to just hook audio into a device (both WinMo and
desktop) and eliminate the hardware TNC.


HOW, pray tell, would you connect the audio into your phone?  Desktop, sure, but phone?  All I can picture are the acoustic handset couplers from days gone by.  (*)

Would Bluetooth have sufficient audio quality (especially on the microphone side) to do this, assuming you can solve the dongle power problem, and find one that didn't mimic a serial port?

Greg  KO6TH

(*)  Yes, I'm severely dating myself on this...  Those under age 40 see:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acoustic_coupler


Re: compatible hardware setup

Greg D
 

Hi Steve,

I don't know if you want to take on another dimension to the table, but the HP iPAQ hw6945 (which you have listed) will drive an external serial TNC (including the Kenwood TH-D7) via a serial cable (p/n 419765-001 is the one I tried; there may be others).  It's awkward (the cable is thick and heavy), but it does work.

Greg  KO6TH


Steve Daniels wrote:

 

I am trying to gather together the compatible hardware and setups for the wiki on this page

http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/compatible-hardware-software

 

if you have hardware not listed and the setup for that hardware please could you let me know.

 

Steve Daniels

G6UIM

 


Re: Dream feature request: Decode packets from soundcard

Greg D
 

Hi Lynn,

Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote:
 

My son, KJ4DXK, and I were just discussing this on our trip over here.
Here's the scoop in no particular order:

1) I'd love the ability to just hook audio into a device (both WinMo and
desktop) and eliminate the hardware TNC.


HOW, pray tell, would you connect the audio into your phone?  Desktop, sure, but phone?  All I can picture are the acoustic handset couplers from days gone by.  (*)

Would Bluetooth have sufficient audio quality (especially on the microphone side) to do this, assuming you can solve the dongle power problem, and find one that didn't mimic a serial port?

Greg  KO6TH

(*)  Yes, I'm severely dating myself on this...  Those under age 40 see:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acoustic_coupler


Filters

Nigel Gunn G8IFF/W8IFF <nigel@...>
 

I'm not having success filtering out the stations with the H2O symbol.
What's the correct filter?


--
Nigel A. Gunn, 1865 El Camino Drive, Xenia, OH 45385-1115, USA. tel +1 937 825 5032
Amateur Radio G8IFF W8IFF (was KC8NHF 9H3GN), e-mail nigel@... www http://www.ngunn.net
Member of ARRL, GQRP #11396, QRPARCI #11644, SOC #548, Flying Pigs QRP Club International #385,
Dayton ARA #2128, AMSAT-NA LM-1691, AMSAT-UK 0182, MKARS, ALC, GCARES, XWARN, EAA382.


Re: Section-Region Digipeating

Rud Merriam <k5rud@...>
 

I support adding it as a cut & paste.

- 73 -
Rud Merriam K5RUD
Emergency Coordinator
Montgomery County ARES®
Mystic Lake Software

On 5/23/2011 5:46 PM, Steve Daniels wrote:

 

I do wonder if this sort of thing should be added to the wiki I know it’s not APRSIS specific but it does get asked, last time was January. In an other stuff section maybe, its now written up on here so a copy and paste?

I feel the more info here the more APRSIS gets known

 

Steve Daniels

G6UIM


From: aprsisce@... [mailto:aprsisce@...] On Behalf Of James Ewen
Sent: 23 May 2011 22:56
To: aprsisce@...
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] Re: Section-Region Digipeating

 

 

On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 3:33 AM, Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
<kj4erj@...> wrote:

> Can you describe UIFLOOD?  I've not been with APRS long enough to know
> what it does.

UIFLOOD is very similar to UITRACE (which is what APRSISCE/32 does currently).

UIFLOOD uses an SSID which is decremented, and it keeps a CRC packet
payload log to keep from acting upon the same packet twice.

The difference between UIFLOOD and UITRACE is that UIFLOOD inserts
it's callsign before the path being acted upon like UITRACE, but if
there's a callsign already inserted, UIFLOOD overwrites that callsign.

UIFLOOD can also be configured to not insert its callsign as well. In
the Kantronics line (where it was developed and implemented first),
the command syntax is as such:

UIFLOOD name[,time[,{FIRST | ID | NOID}]] (name = 5 char max)(time = 0-255)

default disabled,30,NOID

When a UI frame is received with a call in the to-be-digipeated field
of the form 'name'x-y where x is a number (1-7) appended to 'name' and
y is an ssid (1-7), the ssid is decremented and the UI frame is
digipeated without setting the H bit. When the packet is digipeated, a
checksum is formed over the source, destination, and data fields of
the packet. This checksum is kept for time seconds (0-255). If an
incoming UI packet is eligible for digipeating as above, but its
checksum matches one of those being saved, the packet is discarded
(not digipeated). The buffer holds a maximum of 64 checksums. Of the
optional parameter ID is selected, the MYCALL callsign is inserted in
an additional digipeater address field with its H bit set.

In the new-N Paragigm, UIFLOOD is used to set up the capability for
statewide digipeating. It will support up to 7 hops, but because the
digipeater aliases used in each state are different, the packets do
not propagate across into neighboring areas. This is to facilitate
getting packets of local importance distributed in the local area,
without flooding out into adjacent areas. The standard implementation
is as such:

UIFLOOD SS,30,ID where SS is the two letter state abbreviation.

For Florida, UIFLOOD FL,30,ID would be used to configure for SSn-N
flood digipeating.

KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,FL3-3:

would be handled thusly:

KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,Digi1*,FL3-2:
KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,Digi2*,FL3-1:
KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,Digi3*,FL3*:

With NOID enable, the digipeater callsigns would not be inserted, and
only the SSn-N would be decremented until complete.

Hmm, seems like I've said this before...

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aprsisce/message/4939

James
VE6SRV


Re: compatible hardware setup

kc8sfq
 

>Argent data will supply a TNC2KISS chip at minimal cost. That will change it to a kiss only TNC it's a couple of $ plus post.

I was not aware that Scott could (would) do that. I think,  however,  I'll give him a little while to recover from Dayton, and catch up on the other stuff he had to push back to get ready for that delightful lunacy. If a cheep, kiss only TNC conversion will keep this old TNC going a little longer, It might be worth it.


> I have a TNC2 clone and had no real issues, open/close commands along with
> quiet time kicked it back into kiss,

I tried that, but as Lynn pointed out, APRSIS32 doesn't care if a packet decodes properly, just that it's there (to reset the quiet-time timer).
 
> Thanks for reminding me to add a bit more detail on that.
>
> Unless of course you want to write it up. :-)

I'd be glad to .............IF i had some idea what I'm talking about. From our earlier discussion regarding "Dropping out of KISS" It is patently obvious that is NOT the case .

I am sure glad there people who intimately understand this stuff and are willing to share their knowledge. Now........... if you want to talk about welding or machining, I can expound ad-nauseum. But, I digress, and that's a topic for another forum.

Thanks and 73  Ron


Re: Section-Region Digipeating

tbanks204
 

James: I, for one, appreciated that explanation, I had no idea what UIFLOOD was. Thank You KC0WNY,

On 5/23/2011 4:55 PM, James Ewen wrote:
 

On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 3:33 AM, Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
<kj4erj@...> wrote:

> Can you describe UIFLOOD?  I've not been with APRS long enough to know
> what it does.

UIFLOOD is very similar to UITRACE (which is what APRSISCE/32 does currently).

UIFLOOD uses an SSID which is decremented, and it keeps a CRC packet
payload log to keep from acting upon the same packet twice.

The difference between UIFLOOD and UITRACE is that UIFLOOD inserts
it's callsign before the path being acted upon like UITRACE, but if
there's a callsign already inserted, UIFLOOD overwrites that callsign.

UIFLOOD can also be configured to not insert its callsign as well. In
the Kantronics line (where it was developed and implemented first),
the command syntax is as such:

UIFLOOD name[,time[,{FIRST | ID | NOID}]] (name = 5 char max)(time = 0-255)

default disabled,30,NOID

When a UI frame is received with a call in the to-be-digipeated field
of the form 'name'x-y where x is a number (1-7) appended to 'name' and
y is an ssid (1-7), the ssid is decremented and the UI frame is
digipeated without setting the H bit. When the packet is digipeated, a
checksum is formed over the source, destination, and data fields of
the packet. This checksum is kept for time seconds (0-255). If an
incoming UI packet is eligible for digipeating as above, but its
checksum matches one of those being saved, the packet is discarded
(not digipeated). The buffer holds a maximum of 64 checksums. Of the
optional parameter ID is selected, the MYCALL callsign is inserted in
an additional digipeater address field with its H bit set.

In the new-N Paragigm, UIFLOOD is used to set up the capability for
statewide digipeating. It will support up to 7 hops, but because the
digipeater aliases used in each state are different, the packets do
not propagate across into neighboring areas. This is to facilitate
getting packets of local importance distributed in the local area,
without flooding out into adjacent areas. The standard implementation
is as such:

UIFLOOD SS,30,ID where SS is the two letter state abbreviation.

For Florida, UIFLOOD FL,30,ID would be used to configure for SSn-N
flood digipeating.

KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,FL3-3:

would be handled thusly:

KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,Digi1*,FL3-2:
KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,Digi2*,FL3-1:
KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,Digi3*,FL3*:

With NOID enable, the digipeater callsigns would not be inserted, and
only the SSn-N would be decremented until complete.

Hmm, seems like I've said this before...

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aprsisce/message/4939

James
VE6SRV


-- 
KC0WNY - Ted


Re: Section-Region Digipeating

sbd sbd
 

I do wonder if this sort of thing should be added to the wiki I know it’s not APRSIS specific but it does get asked, last time was January. In an other stuff section maybe, its now written up on here so a copy and paste?

I feel the more info here the more APRSIS gets known

 

Steve Daniels

G6UIM


From: aprsisce@... [mailto:aprsisce@...] On Behalf Of James Ewen
Sent: 23 May 2011 22:56
To: aprsisce@...
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] Re: Section-Region Digipeating

 

 

On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 3:33 AM, Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
<kj4erj@...> wrote:

> Can you describe UIFLOOD?  I've not been with APRS long enough to know
> what it does.

UIFLOOD is very similar to UITRACE (which is what APRSISCE/32 does currently).

UIFLOOD uses an SSID which is decremented, and it keeps a CRC packet
payload log to keep from acting upon the same packet twice.

The difference between UIFLOOD and UITRACE is that UIFLOOD inserts
it's callsign before the path being acted upon like UITRACE, but if
there's a callsign already inserted, UIFLOOD overwrites that callsign.

UIFLOOD can also be configured to not insert its callsign as well. In
the Kantronics line (where it was developed and implemented first),
the command syntax is as such:

UIFLOOD name[,time[,{FIRST | ID | NOID}]] (name = 5 char max)(time = 0-255)

default disabled,30,NOID

When a UI frame is received with a call in the to-be-digipeated field
of the form 'name'x-y where x is a number (1-7) appended to 'name' and
y is an ssid (1-7), the ssid is decremented and the UI frame is
digipeated without setting the H bit. When the packet is digipeated, a
checksum is formed over the source, destination, and data fields of
the packet. This checksum is kept for time seconds (0-255). If an
incoming UI packet is eligible for digipeating as above, but its
checksum matches one of those being saved, the packet is discarded
(not digipeated). The buffer holds a maximum of 64 checksums. Of the
optional parameter ID is selected, the MYCALL callsign is inserted in
an additional digipeater address field with its H bit set.

In the new-N Paragigm, UIFLOOD is used to set up the capability for
statewide digipeating. It will support up to 7 hops, but because the
digipeater aliases used in each state are different, the packets do
not propagate across into neighboring areas. This is to facilitate
getting packets of local importance distributed in the local area,
without flooding out into adjacent areas. The standard implementation
is as such:

UIFLOOD SS,30,ID where SS is the two letter state abbreviation.

For Florida, UIFLOOD FL,30,ID would be used to configure for SSn-N
flood digipeating.

KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,FL3-3:

would be handled thusly:

KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,Digi1*,FL3-2:
KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,Digi2*,FL3-1:
KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,Digi3*,FL3*:

With NOID enable, the digipeater callsigns would not be inserted, and
only the SSn-N would be decremented until complete.

Hmm, seems like I've said this before...

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aprsisce/message/4939

James
VE6SRV


Re: Section-Region Digipeating

James Ewen
 

On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 3:33 AM, Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
<kj4erj@...> wrote:

Can you describe UIFLOOD?  I've not been with APRS long enough to know
what it does.
UIFLOOD is very similar to UITRACE (which is what APRSISCE/32 does currently).

UIFLOOD uses an SSID which is decremented, and it keeps a CRC packet
payload log to keep from acting upon the same packet twice.

The difference between UIFLOOD and UITRACE is that UIFLOOD inserts
it's callsign before the path being acted upon like UITRACE, but if
there's a callsign already inserted, UIFLOOD overwrites that callsign.

UIFLOOD can also be configured to not insert its callsign as well. In
the Kantronics line (where it was developed and implemented first),
the command syntax is as such:

UIFLOOD name[,time[,{FIRST | ID | NOID}]] (name = 5 char max)(time = 0-255)

default disabled,30,NOID

When a UI frame is received with a call in the to-be-digipeated field
of the form 'name'x-y where x is a number (1-7) appended to 'name' and
y is an ssid (1-7), the ssid is decremented and the UI frame is
digipeated without setting the H bit. When the packet is digipeated, a
checksum is formed over the source, destination, and data fields of
the packet. This checksum is kept for time seconds (0-255). If an
incoming UI packet is eligible for digipeating as above, but its
checksum matches one of those being saved, the packet is discarded
(not digipeated). The buffer holds a maximum of 64 checksums. Of the
optional parameter ID is selected, the MYCALL callsign is inserted in
an additional digipeater address field with its H bit set.


In the new-N Paragigm, UIFLOOD is used to set up the capability for
statewide digipeating. It will support up to 7 hops, but because the
digipeater aliases used in each state are different, the packets do
not propagate across into neighboring areas. This is to facilitate
getting packets of local importance distributed in the local area,
without flooding out into adjacent areas. The standard implementation
is as such:

UIFLOOD SS,30,ID where SS is the two letter state abbreviation.

For Florida, UIFLOOD FL,30,ID would be used to configure for SSn-N
flood digipeating.

KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,FL3-3:

would be handled thusly:

KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,Digi1*,FL3-2:
KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,Digi2*,FL3-1:
KJ4ERJ-7>APTT4,Digi3*,FL3*:

With NOID enable, the digipeater callsigns would not be inserted, and
only the SSn-N would be decremented until complete.

Hmm, seems like I've said this before...

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aprsisce/message/4939

James
VE6SRV


Re: compatible hardware setup

sbd sbd
 

I have a TNC2 clone and had no real issues, open/close commands along with quiet time kicked it back into kiss, Argent data will supply a TNC2KISS chip at minimal cost. That will change it to a kiss only TNC it’s a couple of $ plus post. They will also supply a UIDigi prom for free. To encourage digi.

 

Thanks for reminding me to add a bit more detail on that.

Unless of course you want to write it up. J

 

Steve Daniels

G6UIM


From: aprsisce@... [mailto:aprsisce@...] On Behalf Of kc8sfq@...
Sent: 23 May 2011 21:40
To: aprsisce@...
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] compatible hardware setup

 

 

Hi Steve:
As you may or may not have noticed from recent discussions here on the group, The TAPR TNC2 and clones need a different EEPROM to use KISS mode. The IS32 program will put the TNC into KISS, but it'll drop back out of it's own accord at some random time.

I may be the last ham running this antique, but it might be worth noting in the wiki anyway.

Thanks and 73  Ron
++++++++++++++++++

> I am trying to gather together the compatible hardware ...........


Re: compatible hardware setup

kc8sfq
 

Hi Steve:
As you may or may not have noticed from recent discussions here on the group, The TAPR TNC2 and clones need a different EEPROM to use KISS mode. The IS32 program will put the TNC into KISS, but it'll drop back out of it's own accord at some random time.

I may be the last ham running this antique, but it might be worth noting in the wiki anyway.

Thanks and 73  Ron
++++++++++++++++++

> I am trying to gather together the compatible hardware ...........


New WIKI navigation

sbd sbd
 

I have created a new menu system for the WIKI that I hope will make things easier to find.

I hope I have got everything linked in, but will be double checking to make sure

 

Steve Daniels

G6UIM

 


Re: Closing the application

kc2kjq <kc2kjq@...>
 

If this is a first time install,...See my Axim X51 posts...
It might be similar.

Search for Axim X51 should also show the other messages in that thread.

Brian.


Re: Axim X51...?


I got APRSISCE working...
I had to copy the XML from My Documents on X51, then edit on computer to disable
GPS and APRS-IS, (I also enabled DEV upgrades)...then I had to save a copy as
the SAFE file also...

Then recopied back to the My Documents folder on X51.
All seems ok now...
But it does not save the created files (logs and such) in the same folder as the
EXE? (everything goes to the My Documents folder)
Any way to change this?

This is the 1st time I've tried the CE version.
Brian.




--- In aprsisce@..., "kc2kjq" <kc2kjq@...> wrote:

anyone know of an APRS program for "Dell Axim X51"?
It has Windows Mobile v5.0 (and Intel PXA270 processor)

APRSISCE will only run the initial start-up screen that asks for call sign,
then displays main screen for a second then disappears.

Brian.



--- In aprsisce@..., "sq3nqe" <sq3nqe@...> wrote:

After updating the application to the Versions Users of June, the application window closes on startup. The following log:

===========================LOG=======================================

Timer:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:07 hwndUnknown:MainWindowProc(7C07D4C0 WM_SIZE 00000000 012600F0) took 0.1sec (previous 0.0sec)
Activity:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:07 GetDeviceCaps(DriverVersion)=262145 (0x40001)
Activity:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:07 GetDeviceCaps(Technology)=RASDISPLAY or 1 (0x1)
Activity:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:07 GetDeviceCaps(ShadeBlendCaps)=*Unknown* or 23 (0x17)
Config:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:08 LoadConfiguration FAILED, Defining Default
Config:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:08 Prompting for Configuration
Config:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:35 SaveXmlConfiguration(&#92;My Documents/APRSISCE.xml) User:General
Config:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:35 VerifyOSMPath[Original](OSMTiles/)/APRSISCE6P.osm
Config:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:35 Try[0] Probe OSM(OSMTiles/APRSISCE6P.osm) Worked!
Config:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:35 OSMPath(OSMTiles/) Contains ONLY OSM Data
Config:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:35 SaveXmlConfiguration(&#92;My Documents/APRSISCE.xml) Loaded:Changed
IGateEnabled:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:35 ***** IGate Disabled Bi-Directional *****
APRS-IS:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:35 Starting APRS-IS
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:35 TcpReader Running on @rotate.aprs2.net or rotate.aprs2.net:14580 (0 OpenCmds, 0 CloseCmds)
IGateEnabled:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:35 ***** IGate Disabled Bi-Directional *****
Activity:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:35 ***** Enabling GPSapi
Timer:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 hwndUnknown:TriggerTelemetry(GetSystemPowerStatus) took 0.1sec (previous 0.0sec)
Config:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 VerifyOSMPath[Original](OSMTiles/)/APRSISCE6P.osm
Config:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 Try[0] Probe OSM(OSMTiles/APRSISCE6P.osm) Worked!
Config:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 OSMPath(OSMTiles/) Contains ONLY OSM Data
Activity:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 Loaded 0 RFPorts
Activity:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 ***** PaintMainWindow:New ShadowMap(0xDE0450) 240 x 268 (t:0 240x268 w:480 pl:1 bpp:16)
OSM:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 OSMRegisterTileServer:NEW[0][] http://tile.openstreetmap.org:80//0/0/0.png into OSMTiles/
OSM:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 OSMIsTileSetCompatible:NULL ts
Timer:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 hwndUnknown:CirclePaint(OSM(c0):235x203=FAIL) took 0.0sec (previous 0.0sec)
OSM:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 OSMMakeTileBitmap:Expanded bigCount to 1
OSM:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 OSMGetTileInfo:Growing Cache To 16 (Max 0)
OSM:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 OSMGetTileSet Took 122.00msec for 3/9 Tiles (1 Built) (Max 0.00msec)
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:36 rotate.aprs2.net[0] = 110.173.226.33
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:36 rotate.aprs2.net[1] = 188.165.133.253
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:36 rotate.aprs2.net[2] = 193.1.193.156
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:36 rotate.aprs2.net[3] = 193.138.215.224
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:36 rotate.aprs2.net[4] = 202.62.137.85
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:36 rotate.aprs2.net[5] = 62.69.192.233
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:36 rotate.aprs2.net[6] = 69.109.110.8
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:36 rotate.aprs2.net[7] = 84.92.198.21
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:36 Connecting(rotate.aprs2.net[0/7]) or 110.173.226.33:14580
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:36 Connected(rotate.aprs2.net)[0/7]=>110.173.226.33:14580
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:36 Firing NewConnection
APRS-IS:APRS-IS:2011-05-22T06:27:36 Back from NewConnection
OSM:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 OSM(g0):235x203@0=1/0/0/3 B:0.1(S:0.0) W:0.3 (NULL ts)
Timer:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 hwndUnknown:CirclePaint(OSM(g0):235x203@0=1/0/0/3 B:0.1(S:0.0) W:0.3 (NULL ts)) took 0.5sec (previous 0.0sec)
Timer:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 hwndUnknown:CirclePaint(OSM(c+g)[0]:235x203=1/0/0/3) took 0.5sec (previous 0.0sec)
Timer:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 hwndUnknown:rcPaint(Circle:235x203) took 0.5sec (previous 0.0sec)
CPU:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 New Thread: 1254835182(WinMain) Up: 31sec
CPU:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 New Thread: 720588374(APRS-IS) Up: 1sec
CPU:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 New Thread: -356218154(OSMMonitor) Up: 0sec
Timer:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 hwndUnknown:Paint(RCs) took 0.6sec (previous 0.0sec)
Timer:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 hwndUnknown:MainWindowProc(7C07D4C0 WM_PAINT 00000000 00000000) took 0.7sec (previous 0.1sec)
Version:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 winMain:Running APRSISCE6P(2011/05/17 18:27)
Activity:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 SetPortStatus: wp[8765] APRS-IS Start
Activity:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:36 SetPortStatus: wp[8765] APRS-IS Init
Activity:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:37 SetPortStatus: wp[8765] APRS-IS Resolve
Activity:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:37 SetPortStatus: wp[8765] APRS-IS Connect
APRS-IS:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:37 APRS-IS SubStatus 110.173.226.33:14580
Activity:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:37 SetPortStatus: wp[8765] APRS-IS OpenCmd
APRS-IS:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:37 Filter #filter m/80 r/0.00000/0.00000/80
Filter:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:37 #filter m/80 r/0.00000/0.00000/80
Activity:WinMain:2011-05-22T06:27:37 SetPortStatus: wp[8765] APRS-IS OK

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This device is ASUS A696 with Windows Mobile 5.0.