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Re: change ip broadcast linux

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

Daniel Garcia wrote:
For Meteosat weather satellite usersHi Group

We have detected a change in the IP of the EUMETCAST dvb packets. I
think It just affect to linux users using a virtual IP interface to
improve tellique reception.

Does anyone have information about this? It has changed from
192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.2.

Thanks and best regards.
Daniel,

As far as I know, EUMETCast packets appear to come /from/ a certain multicast IP and port address as listed here:

http://www.satsignal.eu/wxsat/atovs/index.html#DataChannels

The only change I have seen is that the network address is no longer "T-Systems" but "MEDIA BROADCAST". If something else appears to have changed, I suggest you look at your own system configuration first.

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change ip broadcast linux

daniarnedo
 

For Meteosat weather satellite usersHi Group

We have detected a change in the IP of the EUMETCAST dvb packets. I think It just affect to linux users using a virtual IP interface to improve tellique reception.

Does anyone have information about this? It has changed from 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.2.

Thanks and best regards.


Re: watch out for new Virus / malware !

a_van_belle
 

Sorry to hear that the rogue XP Antivirus 2008 did already cause some a lot
of problems.

I want to add that this threat does not come via E-mail but is forced on
your PC when browsing the web and disguises itself as a regular windows
update.
Some report that the download starts automatically and cannot be cancelled,
others say that it is installed silently by a download Trojan that may have
been on your PC after installing certain codecs.
If you see unwanted downloads and cannot cancel them, pull your network
cable immediately and restart windows.

Be aware that many Antivirus programs do not recognise or remove Spyware and
Trojans. A regular check for spyware is advised on your internet browsing
PC.
There are many free spyware scanners that do a good job like Windows
Defender, Ad-Aware SE Personal, Spybot Search and Destroy, Malwarebytes'
Anti-Malware, Hitman Pro, Spyware Doctor, CWShredder.

To prevent such an attack, keep your internet browsing PC up to date and
install a personal firewall like ZoneAlarm.
Using another browser like Firefox also reduces the risks as many of these
exploits use security gaps in Internet Explorer

Greetings,
Arne van Belle


Re: watch out for new Virus / malware !

Alan Banks <alan@...>
 

Hi All,
Normally I ditch these emails as rubbish, but knowing the authors here they are not messing with this one.
Don't open attachments unless you know they are safe.
How do you do that? I hear you ask.
Open in a sandbox
http://www.sandboxie.com/index.php?DownloadSandboxie
Cheers
Alan


David Pykett wrote:
H i All
The last infection of this I tried to deal with very recently the
malwarebytes could not remove it, although it had successfully removed it on
another computer a month earlier I think it is now into a new vesion and I
ended up reformatting the drive and doing a fresh install.
So be careful what email attachments you open especially if they are zip
files which is I think how this particular program is propogated.
Best regards
Dave
G0IIQ

XP Antivirus 2008 is a massively spread Rogue AntiSpyware application
origination from Russia which uses
aggressive tactics, to get into users computer, faking infections found and
force him to buy the software.

http://www.youtube. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxLCtuUcvig>
com/watch?v=VxLCtuUcvig

Although active since July this year already, it recently morphed into "MS
Antivirus 2008? and "Antivirus 2009" and "Antivirus 2009 Protection".
Many users did suffer from it over the last weeks.

It mimics MS Windows Security Center and fools even experienced users. You
cannot remove it, it will block your internet explorer and may cause BSODs.
Manually removing is difficult and many antivirus programs do not see this
threat as a virus yet.

http://www.symantec
<http://www.symantec.com/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2008-071613-434
3> .com/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2008-071613-4343
-99&tabid=2

Never pay for unknown programs, always check
http://malwaredatab <http://malwaredatabase.net/blog/> ase.net/blog/ first.

Free and known to remove this problem safely is malwarebytes:
http://download.
<http://download.bleepingcomputer.com/malwarebytes/mbam-setup.exe>
bleepingcomputer.com/malwarebytes/mbam-setup.exe

Greetings,
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Re: watch out for new Virus / malware !

David Pykett
 

H i All

The last infection of this I tried to deal with very recently the
malwarebytes could not remove it, although it had successfully removed it on
another computer a month earlier I think it is now into a new vesion and I
ended up reformatting the drive and doing a fresh install.
So be careful what email attachments you open especially if they are zip
files which is I think how this particular program is propogated.

Best regards

Dave
G0IIQ


XP Antivirus 2008 is a massively spread Rogue AntiSpyware application
origination from Russia which uses
aggressive tactics, to get into users computer, faking infections found and
force him to buy the software.

http://www.youtube. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxLCtuUcvig>
com/watch?v=VxLCtuUcvig

Although active since July this year already, it recently morphed into "MS
Antivirus 2008? and "Antivirus 2009" and "Antivirus 2009 Protection".
Many users did suffer from it over the last weeks.

It mimics MS Windows Security Center and fools even experienced users. You
cannot remove it, it will block your internet explorer and may cause BSODs.
Manually removing is difficult and many antivirus programs do not see this
threat as a virus yet.

http://www.symantec
<http://www.symantec.com/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2008-071613-434
3> .com/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2008-071613-4343
-99&tabid=2

Never pay for unknown programs, always check
http://malwaredatab <http://malwaredatabase.net/blog/> ase.net/blog/ first.

Free and known to remove this problem safely is malwarebytes:
http://download.
<http://download.bleepingcomputer.com/malwarebytes/mbam-setup.exe>
bleepingcomputer.com/malwarebytes/mbam-setup.exe

Greetings,
Arne van Belle


Re: [?? Probable Spam] watch out for new Virus / malware !

James Brown
 

In message <MABBJHELJNODCGDGPMMMIEPJDOAA.A.van.Belle@...>, Arne van Belle <a.van.belle@...> writes
XP Antivirus 2008 is a massively spread Rogue AntiSpyware application
origination from Russia which uses
aggressive tactics, to get into users computer, faking infections found and
force him to buy the software.
Unfortunately I can verify what Arne has written. I thought I was fire-proof for viruses never having allowed one to get by in all my years of computing! But this one slipped in from somewhere. In the end my attempts to remove it must have made things worse as it required a complete reformat of the HD and reinstallation of Windows and programmes etc. I am now trusting Kaspersky to keep further intrusions at bay.

Cheers,
James
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watch out for new Virus / malware !

a_van_belle
 

XP Antivirus 2008 is a massively spread Rogue AntiSpyware application
origination from Russia which uses
aggressive tactics, to get into users computer, faking infections found and
force him to buy the software.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxLCtuUcvig

Although active since July this year already, it recently morphed into "MS
Antivirus 2008? and "Antivirus 2009" and "Antivirus 2009 Protection".
Many users did suffer from it over the last weeks.

It mimics MS Windows Security Center and fools even experienced users. You
cannot remove it, it will block your internet explorer and may cause BSODs.
Manually removing is difficult and many antivirus programs do not see this
threat as a virus yet.

http://www.symantec.com/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2008-071613-4343
-99&tabid=2

Never pay for unknown programs, always check
http://malwaredatabase.net/blog/ first.

Free and known to remove this problem safely is malwarebytes:
http://download.bleepingcomputer.com/malwarebytes/mbam-setup.exe


Greetings,
Arne van Belle


Re: MTSAT-1R

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

Andrew Hall wrote:
Hi to the Group!

Forgive the simple question but I have been unable to find out where
the MTSAT-1R satellite sits in orbit. At what degrees East? Can some
one please let me know!

I must be not looking in the right places!!

Many Thanks in advance for the answer!

Most Kindest Regards,

Andrew Hall.

Leipzig, Germany.
Andrew,

In addition to Douglas's weekly reports, which are a valuable source on information, I will add the longitude to the pop-up hints for the FSD satellite names in the next beta of the MSG Data Manager. Thanks for pointing it out.

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Re: MTSAT-1R

Douglas Deans <dsdeans@...>
 

----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrew Hall" <ajwhall@...>
To: <MSG-1@...>
Sent: Friday, September 26, 2008 11:35 AM
Subject: [MSG-1] MTSAT-1R


Hi to the Group!

Forgive the simple question but I have been unable to find out where
the MTSAT-1R satellite sits in orbit. At what degrees East? Can some
one please let me know!

I must be not looking in the right places!!

Many Thanks in advance for the answer!

Most Kindest Regards,

Andrew Hall.
Andrew my weekly Weather Satellite Report (every Monday) gives all this information for every weather satellite plus updated news.
So as well as getting the latest news, I hope it also acts as a useful information guide.
Please see :-

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/weather-satellite-reports/

Regards
Douglas.


Re: MTSAT-1R

Alan Banks <alan@...>
 

Hi
Wx-Track puts it at 140E.
I googles it and got this
http://www.bom.gov.au/sat/MTSAT/MTSAT.shtml
Cheers
Alan


Andrew Hall wrote:
Hi to the Group!

Forgive the simple question but I have been unable to find out where the MTSAT-1R satellite sits in orbit. At what degrees East? Can some one please let me know!

I must be not looking in the right places!!

Many Thanks in advance for the answer!

Most Kindest Regards,

Andrew Hall.

Leipzig, Germany.

http://www.skysignals.com


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MTSAT-1R

Andrew Hall <ajwhall@...>
 

Hi to the Group!

Forgive the simple question but I have been unable to find out where
the MTSAT-1R satellite sits in orbit. At what degrees East? Can some
one please let me know!

I must be not looking in the right places!!

Many Thanks in advance for the answer!

Most Kindest Regards,

Andrew Hall.

Leipzig, Germany.

http://www.skysignals.com


Re: Unprocessed files

Nick Hewgill
 

Hi David,

I copied all the unprocessed files to the received folder and all were
processed straight away, thanks very much.

Regards

Nick

David J Taylor wrote:




Nick,

If you direct SAF-Europe files to the &#92;received&#92; folder, and I think the
current MSG Data Manager will handle them for you. There aren't that many
such that a separate folder is justified.

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Re: Unprocessed files

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

Nick Hewgill wrote:
Hi All,

I am getting quite a few unprocessed files in my SAF-Europe folder,
see below a list of each type :

S-LSA_-HDF5_LSASAF_MSG_DSLF_Euro_200809251530.bz2
S-LSA_-HDF5_LSASAF_MSG_FRP-PIXEL-ListProduct_Euro_200809251515.bz2
S-LSA_-HDF5_LSASAF_MSG_FRP-PIXEL-QualityProduct_Euro_200809251515.bz2
S-LSA_-HDF5_LSASAF_MSG_LST_Euro_200809251515.bz2
S-O3M_GOME_NOP_02_M02_20080925133259Z_20080925133559Z_N_P_20080925153053Z.bufr
S-O3M_GOME_O3-NO2_L2_20080925143447_001_METOPA_10043_DLR_01.BUFR
S-O3M_GOME_O3-NO2-NO2Tropo_L2_20080925143447_001_METOPA_10043_DLR_01.HDF5
S-OSI_-KNMI-QS025_D08269_S1301_E1415_B4827273

I am using Metop Manager, MSG Data Manager and AVHRR Manager, and
can't seem to find out which one will process them...

Thanks in advance.

Nick
Nick,

If you direct SAF-Europe files to the &#92;received&#92; folder, and I think the current MSG Data Manager will handle them for you. There aren't that many such that a separate folder is justified.

Cheers,
David
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Unprocessed files

Nick Hewgill
 

Hi All,

I am getting quite a few unprocessed files in my SAF-Europe folder, see
below a list of each type :

S-LSA_-HDF5_LSASAF_MSG_DSLF_Euro_200809251530.bz2
S-LSA_-HDF5_LSASAF_MSG_FRP-PIXEL-ListProduct_Euro_200809251515.bz2
S-LSA_-HDF5_LSASAF_MSG_FRP-PIXEL-QualityProduct_Euro_200809251515.bz2
S-LSA_-HDF5_LSASAF_MSG_LST_Euro_200809251515.bz2
S-O3M_GOME_NOP_02_M02_20080925133259Z_20080925133559Z_N_P_20080925153053Z.bufr
S-O3M_GOME_O3-NO2_L2_20080925143447_001_METOPA_10043_DLR_01.BUFR
S-O3M_GOME_O3-NO2-NO2Tropo_L2_20080925143447_001_METOPA_10043_DLR_01.HDF5
S-OSI_-KNMI-QS025_D08269_S1301_E1415_B4827273

I am using Metop Manager, MSG Data Manager and AVHRR Manager, and can't
seem to find out which one will process them...

Thanks in advance.

Nick


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High Cloud

Alan Banks <alan@...>
 

Hi.
On this mornings Met-9 06.00 UTC image there is some very high cloud catching the rising sun over the equator
See
http://www.alanbanks.org.uk/FullDisk0600.html
100KB or for a close up 24KB
http://www.alanbanks.org.uk/high-cloud.html
Cheers
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Re: Ram disk question

Alan Banks <alan@...>
 

Squirrels pulled out the cable on the LNB last year.
see
http://www.alanbanks.org.uk/squirrel.html
Cheers
Alan


Nick Hewgill wrote:
Funny you should mention data loss, I have starlings that use the LNB arm as a perch!

Regards

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Re: Ram disk question

Nick Hewgill
 

Hi Alan,

Thanks for the tips, the postman has just delivered my new ram 2GB, so
once fitted I will do as you suggest and increase mine.

Funny you should mention data loss, I have starlings that use the LNB
arm as a perch!

Regards

Nick

Alan Banks wrote:


Hi Nick,
I would go for a Ram Disk slightly larger than the 80 MB. I actually
have one of 250MB (2GB total RAM). 0.FSY is rarely larger than 80MB and
if it goes over 100MB I restart.
Mine is a receive only PC taking MSG-2, MSG-1 RSS, METOP & AVHRR. I have
no data loss other than that caused by the dish (rain, mowing the lawn
(dish is close to ground level)etc).
If RAM is an issue for you 100MB should more than suffice.
Alan




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Re: Ram disk question

Alan Banks <alan@...>
 

Hi Nick,
I would go for a Ram Disk slightly larger than the 80 MB. I actually have one of 250MB (2GB total RAM). 0.FSY is rarely larger than 80MB and if it goes over 100MB I restart.
Mine is a receive only PC taking MSG-2, MSG-1 RSS, METOP & AVHRR. I have no data loss other than that caused by the dish (rain, mowing the lawn (dish is close to ground level)etc).
If RAM is an issue for you 100MB should more than suffice.
Alan

Nick Hewgill wrote:
Hi David,

Thanks very much for the info, I am using Windows XP, and I take MSG2 + Metop AVHRR so I will try 130Mb when my new ram arrives, even with an 80MB ram disk it has made an amazing difference to the amount of packet loss, one of my hard disks was about to melt it was being accessed so much, that is now fixed.

Regards

Nick

David J Taylor wrote:

Nick Hewgill wrote:

Hi All,

Sorry to be a pain but I have another question about the RAMdisk, the
PDF describes 80MB ram disk and a "file_database_size=83000000" to be
added to the recv.ini, if you need to increase the ram disk size do
you need to increase the file_database_size and if so how do I work
out the new database size?

Thanks

Nick
Nick,

An "80MB" RAMdisk has 80 * 1024 * 1024 = 83886080 bytes available. Set
the file_database_size to be just less than this number. 83000000 or
83500000 are round numbers. Bigger FSY file needs a bigger
file_database_size setting, which then needs a bigger RAMdisk to
accommodate the file. On my systems I currently see FSY files totalling:

MSG2 + Metop AVHRR, Windows Vista: 77B, 27MB free
MSG2 + Metop AVHRR, Windows 2000: 102MB, 22MB free
MSG2 and all Metop data, Windows XP: 197MB, 70MB free
MSG1+MSG2, Windows XP: 58MB, 25MB free

so you will see that the RAMdisk sizes are not the same.

By the way, on my Windows 2000 and Windows XP systems, I have the "RAMdisk
mode" set, but on the Vista system "Emulate a local hard disk". I'm not
sure now how this came about, but it works for me.....

Hope that helps.

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Re: Ram disk question

Nick Hewgill
 

Hi David,

Thanks very much for the info, I am using Windows XP, and I take MSG2 +
Metop AVHRR so I will try 130Mb when my new ram arrives, even with an
80MB ram disk it has made an amazing difference to the amount of packet
loss, one of my hard disks was about to melt it was being accessed so
much, that is now fixed.

Regards

Nick

David J Taylor wrote:


Nick Hewgill wrote:
Hi All,

Sorry to be a pain but I have another question about the RAMdisk, the
PDF describes 80MB ram disk and a "file_database_size=83000000" to be
added to the recv.ini, if you need to increase the ram disk size do
you need to increase the file_database_size and if so how do I work
out the new database size?

Thanks

Nick
Nick,

An "80MB" RAMdisk has 80 * 1024 * 1024 = 83886080 bytes available. Set
the file_database_size to be just less than this number. 83000000 or
83500000 are round numbers. Bigger FSY file needs a bigger
file_database_size setting, which then needs a bigger RAMdisk to
accommodate the file. On my systems I currently see FSY files totalling:

MSG2 + Metop AVHRR, Windows Vista: 77B, 27MB free
MSG2 + Metop AVHRR, Windows 2000: 102MB, 22MB free
MSG2 and all Metop data, Windows XP: 197MB, 70MB free
MSG1+MSG2, Windows XP: 58MB, 25MB free

so you will see that the RAMdisk sizes are not the same.

By the way, on my Windows 2000 and Windows XP systems, I have the
"RAMdisk
mode" set, but on the Vista system "Emulate a local hard disk". I'm not
sure now how this came about, but it works for me.....

Hope that helps.

Cheers,
David
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Re: Ram disk question

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

Nick Hewgill wrote:
Hi All,

Sorry to be a pain but I have another question about the RAMdisk, the
PDF describes 80MB ram disk and a "file_database_size=83000000" to be
added to the recv.ini, if you need to increase the ram disk size do
you need to increase the file_database_size and if so how do I work
out the new database size?

Thanks

Nick
Nick,

An "80MB" RAMdisk has 80 * 1024 * 1024 = 83886080 bytes available. Set the file_database_size to be just less than this number. 83000000 or 83500000 are round numbers. Bigger FSY file needs a bigger file_database_size setting, which then needs a bigger RAMdisk to accommodate the file. On my systems I currently see FSY files totalling:

MSG2 + Metop AVHRR, Windows Vista: 77B, 27MB free
MSG2 + Metop AVHRR, Windows 2000: 102MB, 22MB free
MSG2 and all Metop data, Windows XP: 197MB, 70MB free
MSG1+MSG2, Windows XP: 58MB, 25MB free

so you will see that the RAMdisk sizes are not the same.

By the way, on my Windows 2000 and Windows XP systems, I have the "RAMdisk mode" set, but on the Vista system "Emulate a local hard disk". I'm not sure now how this came about, but it works for me.....

Hope that helps.

Cheers,
David
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