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Re: Ui-view features

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Download the latest version (2010/03/01). The bottom of the circle will show "S" when it is center-tracking your station. If it doesn't say that, use the new "Screen / Tracking / ME" option to restore center-tracking to "Me".

You might also want to use "Screen / Tracking / Locked" to prevent inadvertent screen drags from disconnecting the center track. The only drawback with "Locked" is that if you DO drag the screen somewhere to look at something, the next position update (local GPS for Me or remote station update for Tracking(xxxxxx-n)) will yank the map back to center on that position.

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



Bradley Haney wrote:



Great. Only issue I am having. Which I am sure its me is. I can not get the map to follow my car on the map. Any ideas on what I am doing wrong

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*Date: *Tue, 02 Mar 2010 07:47:01 -0500
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*Subject: *Re: [aprsisce] Ui-view features


Robin Williams wrote:
probably the most features I use in ui-view are Igate TX and RX,
digipeater and the maps.
Thanks, IGate TX is in the 2010/03/01 release from last night. A future
release will make it both configurable by interface as well as gating
messages only to the RF interface on which the station was "recently"
heard "local".

Digipeater will be a while yet. I'll add it to the list, although I
knew I'd be needing it sometime. It may turn out to be sooner than
later now that I've done the 3rd party path mucking for message
IGating. I believe I now understand how to do the WIDEn-N insertion,
decrement, and usage.

UI-View maps are coming!

Thanks for the feedback so I know what to focus the development effort on.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ

Cheers,
Robin.





Re: Ui-view features

Bradley Haney <kc9gqr@...>
 

Great. Only issue I am having. Which I am sure its me is. I can not get the map to follow my car on the map. Any ideas on what I am doing wrong

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From: "Lynn W. Deffenbaugh" <kj4erj@...>
Date: Tue, 02 Mar 2010 07:47:01 -0500
To: <aprsisce@...>
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] Ui-view features

 

Robin Williams wrote:
> probably the most features I use in ui-view are Igate TX and RX,
> digipeater and the maps.

Thanks, IGate TX is in the 2010/03/01 release from last night. A future
release will make it both configurable by interface as well as gating
messages only to the RF interface on which the station was "recently"
heard "local".

Digipeater will be a while yet. I'll add it to the list, although I
knew I'd be needing it sometime. It may turn out to be sooner than
later now that I've done the 3rd party path mucking for message
IGating. I believe I now understand how to do the WIDEn-N insertion,
decrement, and usage.

UI-View maps are coming!

Thanks for the feedback so I know what to focus the development effort on.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ

> Cheers,
> Robin.
>
>
>


Re: Minor details.

Colin Catlin <m6xsd@...>
 

Lynn wrote:

>I'm striving to make it work well in both modes. I finally got my son,
>KJ4DXK, to start using APRSIS32 and he's totally an off-line user. When
>he finishes, APRSIS32 will be an optional viewer and messaging platform
>for his home-brew, in-car
APRS system (KJ4DXK-9).

 

It would be great if your son could keep us informed about his home-brew and how he is using APRSIS32 with itJ

 

 

73,

Colin.

 

 

-----Original Message-----

From: aprsisce@... [mailto:aprsisce@...] On Behalf Of Lynn W. Deffenbaugh
Sent: 02 March 2010 12:56
To: aprsisce@...
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] Minor details.

 

 

James Ewen wrote:
> On
Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 3:39 PM, Lynn W. Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@arrl.net> wrote:
>
>
>> If James sould just put a \ at the end of his OSM.Path, he would find
>> that the file structures are identical.
>>
>
> That would be cool... I'm just not sure how I get the two to match up...
>
> Here's my path qualifier:
>
> C:\Documents and Settings\jame\My Documents\RadioMobile
> Data\OSM\OSMTiles\
>
> And here's the tile at zoom level 13 that has my house on it.
>
> C:\Documents and Settings\jame\My Documents\RadioMobile Data\OSM13\1518\2648.png
>

Edit the XML file
(http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/editing-xml-configuration) and remove the
OSMTiles\ from the end of the list, so that the OSM.Path ednds in
...Data\OSM\

> RadioMobile stores the same tile as:
>
> C:\Documents and Settings\jame\My Documents\RadioMobile
> Data\OSM\13\1518\2648.png
>
> Note that one pesky slash between the OSM and 13...
>

Actually, I thought it was RadioMobile that didn't have the slash. See
if the above change works.

>> However, if you point
>> APRSISCE/32 to the same directory as another program, be aware that
>> tiles will be fetched and purged as if they were owned by APRSISCE/32.
>> This may or may not be desired behavior.
>>
>
> Overriding purging is the answer to that issue... however that brings
> up another question. Can you force a fetch of tiles in an area? The
> OSM map is constantly in flux as new information is added. With
> RadioMobile, I kept a large cache of tiles available. However when new
> tiles became available in an area, I would have to manually delete the
> tiles in that area. Obviously not an easy thing to do manually, so
> wholesale deletion was the simple solution. This of course means that
> all of the tiles need to be fetched again. When you are talking about
> gigabytes of tiles, that can be a very long task. Being able to keep
> the majority of tiles, and only fetching ones selected by the user
> would be a good thing.
>

I've got items on the ToDo list to "freshen" tiles. OSM's tile servers
have a feature where you can ask it for the tile's revision. I'm hoping
to use that in conjuction with dates stored on the tile files to detect
the changes automatically (or when told to check for offline users) and
download only those tiles that indicate changes.

> Obviously automatic purging ensures that tiles stay up to date, but
> that doesn't help those who want to use the program in an offline mode
> with large tile caches.
>

I'm striving to make it work well in both modes. I finally got my son,
KJ4DXK, to start using APRSIS32 and he's totally an off-line user. When
he finishes, APRSIS32 will be an optional viewer and messaging platform
for his home-brew, in-car APRS system (KJ4DXK-9).

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ -

> James
> VE6SRV
>
>
> ------------------------------------
>
> Yahoo! Groups Links
>
>
>
>
>


Re: Minor details.

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

James Ewen wrote:
On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 3:39 PM, Lynn W. Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@arrl.net> wrote:


If James sould just put a &#92; at the end of his OSM.Path, he would find
that the file structures are identical.
That would be cool... I'm just not sure how I get the two to match up...

Here's my path qualifier:

<OSM.Path>C:&#92;Documents and Settings&#92;jame&#92;My Documents&#92;RadioMobile
Data&#92;OSM&#92;OSMTiles&#92;</OSM.Path>

And here's the tile at zoom level 13 that has my house on it.

C:&#92;Documents and Settings&#92;jame&#92;My Documents&#92;RadioMobile Data&#92;OSM13&#92;1518&#92;2648.png
Edit the XML file (http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/editing-xml-configuration) and remove the OSMTiles&#92; from the end of the list, so that the OSM.Path ednds in ...Data&#92;OSM&#92;

RadioMobile stores the same tile as:

C:&#92;Documents and Settings&#92;jame&#92;My Documents&#92;RadioMobile
Data&#92;OSM&#92;13&#92;1518&#92;2648.png

Note that one pesky slash between the OSM and 13...
Actually, I thought it was RadioMobile that didn't have the slash. See if the above change works.


However, if you point
APRSISCE/32 to the same directory as another program, be aware that
tiles will be fetched and purged as if they were owned by APRSISCE/32.
This may or may not be desired behavior.
Overriding purging is the answer to that issue... however that brings
up another question. Can you force a fetch of tiles in an area? The
OSM map is constantly in flux as new information is added. With
RadioMobile, I kept a large cache of tiles available. However when new
tiles became available in an area, I would have to manually delete the
tiles in that area. Obviously not an easy thing to do manually, so
wholesale deletion was the simple solution. This of course means that
all of the tiles need to be fetched again. When you are talking about
gigabytes of tiles, that can be a very long task. Being able to keep
the majority of tiles, and only fetching ones selected by the user
would be a good thing.
I've got items on the ToDo list to "freshen" tiles. OSM's tile servers have a feature where you can ask it for the tile's revision. I'm hoping to use that in conjuction with dates stored on the tile files to detect the changes automatically (or when told to check for offline users) and download only those tiles that indicate changes.

Obviously automatic purging ensures that tiles stay up to date, but
that doesn't help those who want to use the program in an offline mode
with large tile caches.
I'm striving to make it work well in both modes. I finally got my son, KJ4DXK, to start using APRSIS32 and he's totally an off-line user. When he finishes, APRSIS32 will be an optional viewer and messaging platform for his home-brew, in-car APRS system (KJ4DXK-9).

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ -


James
VE6SRV


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Re: Ui-view features

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Robin Williams wrote:
probably the most features I use in ui-view are Igate TX and RX, digipeater and the maps.
Thanks, IGate TX is in the 2010/03/01 release from last night. A future release will make it both configurable by interface as well as gating messages only to the RF interface on which the station was "recently" heard "local".

Digipeater will be a while yet. I'll add it to the list, although I knew I'd be needing it sometime. It may turn out to be sooner than later now that I've done the 3rd party path mucking for message IGating. I believe I now understand how to do the WIDEn-N insertion, decrement, and usage.

UI-View maps are coming!

Thanks for the feedback so I know what to focus the development effort on.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ


Cheers,
Robin.



Re: Top left rectangle

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

franmargue wrote:
With AGWpe enabled, I understand that '*' after a callsign means that it was heard via a digi, and the number after that "*" the number of digis.
Am I correct?
Almost. The * after the callsign means it was heard over an RF interface (AGW, KISS, or TEXT). The number after the * indicates how many copies of the same packet were heard, independent of path or interface. In other words, if you hear the packet direct and from 2 digis, it will be *3. I've got a ToDo list item (in my head if not on the list) to add a window to see the actual raw traffic on the various interfaces.

But, when the callsign has more then 1 digit in the SSID, the rectangle is not wide enough, and you cann't see all the information.
How can you wide the rectangle?
If you download the latest release from last night (2010/03/01), the scrolling station list widens itself to fit the *n. I noticed the issue yesterday and corrected it.

Thanks
You're welcome. Good timing on the request!

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ

(Francisco Guerra - CT1AKV)



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Top left rectangle

franmargue <f.guerra@...>
 

With AGWpe enabled, I understand that '*' after a callsign means that it was heard via a digi, and the number after that "*" the number of digis.
Am I correct?

But, when the callsign has more then 1 digit in the SSID, the rectangle is not wide enough, and you cann't see all the information.
How can you wide the rectangle?

Thanks

(Francisco Guerra - CT1AKV)


Re: APRSISCE and OpenTracker2

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

It is when your fingers get fat late at night! Thanks for noticing. I fixed the title, but now both pages exist! Hopefully I'll get some time soon to figure out the Wiki. http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/aprs-messaging-explained I'll delete the bad URL page in a few days. I don't want it to disappear after having so recently put out the link....

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Going on a finger diet to reduce the fatness :)

g4ilo wrote:

Is "messenging" a word? :)

Julian, G4ILO

--- In aprsisce@yahoogroups.com, "Lynn W. Deffenbaugh" <kj4erj@...> wrote:

Fred, Craig, and all,

I don't know how many of you saw my dissertation on the miracle that is APRS messaging. If not, check it out at http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/aprs-messenging-explained




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Re: APRSISCE and OpenTracker2

g4ilo
 

Is "messenging" a word? :)

Julian, G4ILO

--- In aprsisce@yahoogroups.com, "Lynn W. Deffenbaugh" <kj4erj@...> wrote:

Fred, Craig, and all,

I don't know how many of you saw my dissertation on the miracle that is
APRS messaging. If not, check it out at
http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/aprs-messenging-explained


Ui-view features

Robin Williams <phonetech@...>
 

Hi Lynn,
probably the most features I use in ui-view are Igate TX and RX, digipeater and the maps.
Cheers,
Robin.


Re: Minor details.

James Ewen
 

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 3:39 PM, Lynn W. Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@arrl.net> wrote:

I notice this in the XML:
<OSM.Path>d:&#92;APRSISCE&#92;OSMTiles&#92;</OSM.Path>

Maybe James can edit this line to support RadioMobile and APRSISCE?
If James sould just put a &#92; at the end of his OSM.Path, he would find
that the file structures are identical.
That would be cool... I'm just not sure how I get the two to match up...

Here's my path qualifier:

<OSM.Path>C:&#92;Documents and Settings&#92;jame&#92;My Documents&#92;RadioMobile
Data&#92;OSM&#92;OSMTiles&#92;</OSM.Path>

And here's the tile at zoom level 13 that has my house on it.

C:&#92;Documents and Settings&#92;jame&#92;My Documents&#92;RadioMobile Data&#92;OSM13&#92;1518&#92;2648.png

RadioMobile stores the same tile as:

C:&#92;Documents and Settings&#92;jame&#92;My Documents&#92;RadioMobile
Data&#92;OSM&#92;13&#92;1518&#92;2648.png

Note that one pesky slash between the OSM and 13...

It looks like APRSISCE replaces the OSM in it's path qualifier with
OSMxx where xx is the zoom level, and the OSMTiles is replaced by the
X value, and the Y value is the name of the tile...

So where do I put the slash at the end of to get APRSISCE to not use
the OSMxx zoom level folder name format, but just use xx as the zoom
level folder name?

 However, if you point
APRSISCE/32 to the same directory as another program, be aware that
tiles will be fetched and purged as if they were owned by APRSISCE/32.
This may or may not be desired behavior.
Overriding purging is the answer to that issue... however that brings
up another question. Can you force a fetch of tiles in an area? The
OSM map is constantly in flux as new information is added. With
RadioMobile, I kept a large cache of tiles available. However when new
tiles became available in an area, I would have to manually delete the
tiles in that area. Obviously not an easy thing to do manually, so
wholesale deletion was the simple solution. This of course means that
all of the tiles need to be fetched again. When you are talking about
gigabytes of tiles, that can be a very long task. Being able to keep
the majority of tiles, and only fetching ones selected by the user
would be a good thing.

Obviously automatic purging ensures that tiles stay up to date, but
that doesn't help those who want to use the program in an offline mode
with large tile caches.

James
VE6SRV


Yes, ANOTHER new release!

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Here's a release that some of you running without GPSs will enjoy. You can now move your position by simply dragging the screen and hitting Transmit. One acknowledgment of your intent and you've been moved!

And, the bottom of the circle now tells you if you're tracking yourself (S as before), Panning around, or Tracking some other station.

And there's a Screen/Tracking menu to center back on the tracked station, track and center on you, and LOCK the tracking so that even if you pan around, the very next position update will recenter on the tracked station (even if it is you).

But wait, there's more! I forget who requested it, but you can now set up an APRSIS32 at home tracking your mobile and it will continue tracking your mobile after a restart. It will display "Awaiting(xxxxx-n)" at the bottom of the circle until the first position update is heard. Then it will center on that position and change to "Tracking(xxxxx-n)". If you've got Screen / Tracking / Locked checked, even if the screen is dragged away, it will jump back to center on the next position update.

But enough rambling. The list below is from the top of the release notes, but if you want to see the ToDos, you'll have to download them from the Files section while you're out there getting the new release.

Upgrade it now, and let me know what you'd like to see next (I know, metric units! Polish translation, and AGW transmit!)...

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

Release Notes: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aprsisce/files/20100301%20APRSISCE%20Notes.txt

Windows Mobile: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aprsisce/files/APRSISCE6P100301.zip

Win32: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aprsisce/files/APRSIS32100301.zip


Short List (well, maybe not so short):

With GPS Disabled (or not configured), Clicking Transmit will ask if you want to move to the screen center. This will let you move your coordinates around after the original setup without editing the XML file!

Bottom of circle shows Center/Tracking status (S is tracking me to center)

Screen / Tracking menu options to a) Re-center on Tracked station, b) Track and Center Me, c) Lock tracking (drag is canceled on position update, forces tracked station back to center)

If you were tracking a station when you close the program, it will wait for that station to appear and auto-track it on restart. Track something else to cancel.

If a message or ack is heard from a station, that station will be marked as "Message Capable" adding Message and Yes/No to the menu/popup respectively.

Messages now gate from -IS to RF as 3rd party packets if the destination station was "recently" heard "locally". They are currently sent on ALL enabled RF interfaces (although AGW is still receive-only)

A rolling window of 10 APRSISxx.LOG files is saved. 01 through 09 is appended to the name for the older logs. Please zip and send ALL of them if you have support requests!

When an RF interface is enabled, the scrolling station pane wasn't sizing wide enough for the *n suffix for RF-received packets. It does now.

The XML configuration saver can now handle an & symbol or overlay!

The program can now properly format !DAO! extended precision beacons. They'll be configurable in a future revision but are currently used for RFID beacons.

View / RFID will filter the display to stations with HA or RA symbols (Box overlayed with H or R) for RFID

Non-GPS beacons were going out with a 000000h timestamp. The beacon now includes the system's time in UTC.


New file uploaded to aprsisce

aprsisce@...
 

Hello,

This email message is a notification to let you know that
a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the aprsisce
group.

File : /20100301 APRSISCE Notes.txt
Uploaded by : ldeffenb <kj4erj@arrl.net>
Description : 2010/03/01 Release Notes (and ToDo List)

You can access this file at the URL:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aprsisce/files/20100301%20APRSISCE%20Notes.txt

To learn more about file sharing for your group, please visit:
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/groups/original/members/forms/general.htmlfiles

Regards,

ldeffenb <kj4erj@arrl.net>


Re: APRSISCE and OpenTracker2

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Fred, Craig, and all,

I don't know how many of you saw my dissertation on the miracle that is APRS messaging. If not, check it out at http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/aprs-messenging-explained

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ

Broncus wrote:

Hi Craig,

I don't think so. I was able to send myself two emails today without going anywhere to sign up, etc. It didn't seem to work in TEXT mode but i would have to try that again to be sure.

To receive messages through APRS beyond my local area (within radio earshot) teh message does have to pass through an I-Gate. The I-Gate does have to be configured to pass IS to RF messages. One of the local operators will not configure his machine to do that. So it will be handled a different way.

Best regards,
Fred, N7FMH


--- In aprsisce@yahoogroups.com, Craig Leventhal <craigjl1965@...> wrote:

Fred,

I could be mistaken, but from what I recall reading or seeing on the net about receiving APRS "emails" is that their was some kind of whitelist setting, maybe I 'm getting this mixed up with Airmail.


Craig - KI6WLP




________________________________
From: Lynn W. Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...>
To: aprsisce@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, March 1, 2010 2:57:06 PM
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] APRSISCE and OpenTracker2

Fred Hillhouse wrote:

I am running a Tracker2 mainly as a tracker in my vehicle. Prior to APRSISCE, I used SmartPalm running on a Palm M130. With SmartPalm, it left the Tracker2 Settings alone and I used it mainly to see other traffic and send an occasionally message. With an acquisition of a laptop, I am now running APRSISCE.
I suspect you mean APRSIS32, but that's ok. They're the same source code with two different platform builds and very few features in one that are not in the other.


I had TEXT enabled and could see other stations appear and such but sending a message (EMAIL) never seemed to work. At lunch I re-configured the T2 and APRSISCE for KISS and the messaging worked. I did notice that it kept trying to send. I only know it worked because when I got back to my office, I had each email I sent myself.
I suspect that there were no bi-directional, transmitting IGates in your area, but there was a receiving IGate. The acknowledgments from EMAIL-2 were not getting back to the client, so it did 5 retransmissions (I'm guessing). Even the EMAIL-2 confirmation message was probably not delivered to the RF environment where you were listening.

You can confirm that stations are actually being received from RF and not -IS by toggling View / RF / All on. It will automatically turn off the View / All and you should only see "recent" RF stattions after that. Direct and Local restrict the RF view even further and can be remotely queried by sending an APRS message containing ?APRSD or ?APRSL.


I have set APRSISCE to N7FMH-1 while the OT2 is N7FMH-9. Should they be different? Both are appearing on APRS.FI.
Yes, they should be different and this is good. I use -12 for my APRSISCE/32 client based on the recommendations I copied into http://aprsisce. wikidot.com/ ssids


My intention is for the T2 to operate with or without the laptop connected so all the settings in it need to stay intact. Can I expect this?
Yes, the T2 is the same as my T2-135 which I used in a similar mode, although I don't have the luxury of running the Nuvi 350 and KISS at the same time. I'm still considering bringing the second port out the rear connector on my Alinco DR-135 so that I can keep one port in Garmin mode for the Nuvi and the other port in KISS mode for a BlueTooth to serial link to APRSISCE on my cellphone.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ


Thanks!

Best regards,
Fred






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Re: APRSISCE/32 No FIX

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Broncus wrote:
Hi Lynn,

Down in the lower right corner I see a "NO FIX" label. I suspect I know what it means but I don't think I should be seeing it.

Any hints?
It means that you have GPS enabled and aren't getting a fix. If you're on Win32 and have configured an NMEA GPS, it may mean that it isn't even connected. Are you seeing Satellites in the bottom bars (if you have them enabled) or does it also say "N/A"? I don't reliably re-connected with Bluetooth GPS, so you might have to toggle the GPS Enable off and back on.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ


Best regards,
Fred, N7FMH


Re: Anyone using a TNC and have it working?

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

kb0npw wrote:
I am thoroughly impressed with APRSIS32, and I hope it develops into something even better. There are only a handful of features missing that I used in UI-View32. I think I may have made a permanent switch.
Can you give me a short list of the features you miss from UI-View32? I'm trying to prioritze development to meet the needs/desires of most UI-View users, and not having used it for more than a month or two myself, I'm really not aware of what was useful and what wasn't.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ


APRSISCE/32 No FIX

Fred Hillhouse
 

Hi Lynn,

Down in the lower right corner I see a "NO FIX" label. I suspect I know what it means but I don't think I should be seeing it.

Any hints?

Best regards,
Fred, N7FMH


Re: Anyone using a TNC and have it working?

kb0npw <kenny@...>
 

Derek, I am having just the opposite problem. I have my Kantronics KPC-3 running just fine with APRSIS32 in text mode, but can't get it to work with UI-View since I upgraded to a new laptop with Win7. I never had any issues with WinXP.

I am thoroughly impressed with APRSIS32, and I hope it develops into something even better. There are only a handful of features missing that I used in UI-View32. I think I may have made a permanent switch.

Kenny

--- In aprsisce@yahoogroups.com, "Lynn W. Deffenbaugh" <kj4erj@...> wrote:

Derek,

Can you Enable Debug Logging and send me a copy of the APRSIS32.LOG and
APRSIS32.XML at KJ4ERJ@...? The sequence is:

1) Turn on Enables / Debug Logging
2) Close the client
3) Restart the client
4) Wait for a bit during which time stations will show up and the KISS
thread should connect
5) Close the client
6) Grab a copy of APRSIS32.LOG and *.XML from the default directory and
e-mail it to me.

Repeat the same thing with the TNC in TEXT mode (or KISS if the first
one was with TEXT) and APRSIS32 configured appropriately.

Hopefully there'll be something in the .LOG file that will help me
figure out what's going on. I've got a ToDo item to make debugging
these connections easier, but it hasn't been addressed yet.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ

m1arf wrote:
Hi all,

I have just tried to setup a Kamtonics KPC3 TNC on my laptop.
Set Comm port up in Kiss configuration and enabled it (Kiss that is).
TNC does not appear to be talking to APRSIS32, have run Ui-Veiw with same TNC and Comm port all OK. Have run Hyperterminal with same TNC and Comm port all OK.
I have also tried to run the TNC in Text mode but that does not work either.
Has anybody any ideas?

Thanks in advance,

Derek M1ARF.




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Re: Minor details.

Fred Hillhouse
 

--- In aprsisce@yahoogroups.com, "g4ilo" <julian.g4ilo@...> wrote:



--- In aprsisce@yahoogroups.com, "Lynn W. Deffenbaugh" <kj4erj@> wrote:

Maybe a sexy name contest is in order. ;)
Got a suggestion, I'll consider it, although APRSISCE/32 isn't that bad,
is it?
How about APRSXE (APRS - Sexy)? :)
Works for me!


Re: APRSISCE and OpenTracker2

Fred Hillhouse
 

Yes, the T2 is the same as my T2-135 which I used in a similar mode,
although I don't have the luxury of running the Nuvi 350 and KISS at the
same time. I'm still considering bringing the second port out the rear
connector on my Alinco DR-135 so that I can keep one port in Garmin mode
for the Nuvi and the other port in KISS mode for a BlueTooth to serial
link to APRSISCE on my cellphone.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ
I added the GTRANS to my T2 and it was worth it!

Best regards,
Fred, N7FMH