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Re: SR1 Wampserver labour pains

Ulrich G. Kliegis
 

An: <MSG-1@...>
Von: "Nigel Evans nigel.m0nde@... [MSG-1]"
<MSG-1@...>
Datum: Wed, 17 Dec 2014 23:38:58 +0000
Betreff: Re: [MSG-1] SR1 Wampserver labour pains
Antwort an: <MSG-1@...>

Please do not use wampserver.
I will check your sr1 serial number tomorrow and advise how to
proceed. If you sr1 needs an update this can be done using usb cable
and the update files on the geo support page. Please read the support
information on the geo and on David Taylors web site before proceeding
further. Regards Nigel
Nigel,

thanks for the immediate reaction. My target is less the ability to upload updates
than means to check reception quality etc. remotely through my LAN. Without
substantial in-depth-knowledge I assumed that that would be facilitated by this
construct.

I'll leave my hands off wampserver immediately! :)

Cheers,
U(lli).


Re: SR1 Wampserver labour pains

Nigel Evans M0NDE
 

U. Please do not use wampserver.
I will check your sr1 serial number tomorrow and advise how to proceed.
If you sr1 needs an update this can be done using usb cable and the update
files on the geo support page.
Please read the support information on the geo and on David Taylors web
site before proceeding further.
Regards
Nigel
GEO shop
On 17 Dec 2014 23:16, "'Ulrich G. Kliegis' Ulrich.Kliegis@...
[MSG-1]" <MSG-1@...> wrote:



This moment had to come - I tried to follow the Eumetsat installation
directions step
by step, but sometimes things don't work out as expected.

XP SP3, to start with.
SR1 streams DVB-S (!) data in its out of the GEO-box state.
USB interface successfully installed.
.net framework 3.5 installed.
wampserver(32b) installation is stopped two times with the message that
httpd.exe
is not a valid Windows application. Bummer.
After the (thus interrupted) installation finishes, starting wampserver
leads to the
message that Aestan Tray Menue has found an error and must be stopped.
Report
to Billy G.? Rather not.

Where did I take the wrong way? The data stream from the SR1 has been
running
all the time during these activities.

At one time during the wamp installation I was asked for the browser on my
system.
The installation suggested explorer.exe. On the first attempt, I selected
firefox.exe,
on the second attempt (leading to the same result) I left explorer.exe
there. No
avail.

Any suggestions anyone, or just a pointer where this has been solved or
discussed
before?

Thanks, cheers,

U.



SR1 Wampserver labour pains

Ulrich G. Kliegis
 

This moment had to come - I tried to follow the Eumetsat installation directions step
by step, but sometimes things don't work out as expected.

XP SP3, to start with.
SR1 streams DVB-S (!) data in its out of the GEO-box state.
USB interface successfully installed.
.net framework 3.5 installed.
wampserver(32b) installation is stopped two times with the message that httpd.exe
is not a valid Windows application. Bummer.
After the (thus interrupted) installation finishes, starting wampserver leads to the
message that Aestan Tray Menue has found an error and must be stopped. Report
to Billy G.? Rather not.

Where did I take the wrong way? The data stream from the SR1 has been running
all the time during these activities.

At one time during the wamp installation I was asked for the browser on my system.
The installation suggested explorer.exe. On the first attempt, I selected firefox.exe,
on the second attempt (leading to the same result) I left explorer.exe there. No
avail.

Any suggestions anyone, or just a pointer where this has been solved or discussed
before?

Thanks, cheers,

U.


Re: Ayecka SR1 Control file

Alan Banks <alanjamesbanks@...>
 

On 17/12/2014 21:42, advent3316@... [MSG-1] wrote:


Also the 'Sr1Control.change2jar' file will not open on my Win 7 Pro
operating system. How do I get into it and then what do I do with it?
Sorry to be so dumb buy after the simple days of my TechniSat
plug-and-play USB receiver this is all a bit of a confusing bore to a
simple mind !!
Hi Chris
It is an executable .jar file hidden in the extension. Do as it says
rename'changetojar' to jar extension. then click on the resultant executable!
Alan


Re: Ayecka SR1 Control file

Nigel Evans M0NDE
 

Chris.

First of all what is the serial number of your SR1 so I can identify your
SR1 version.
Email me nigel.m0nde@...

Nigel
GEO Shop


On 17 December 2014 at 21:42, advent3316@... [MSG-1] <
MSG-1@...> wrote:



Hi all - bit of guidance needed please.
I asked Space-Band for as copy of the SR1 Control Programme and they have
very efficiently sent me a copy. Problem is getting it to open and run.
I eventually opened the main file with WinZip and extracted the files to a
directory. It now contains :-
com
examples
META-INF
org
pictures


but none of them contain a .exe file to install it or make it run. What am
I missing ?


Also the 'Sr1Control.change2jar' file will not open on my Win 7 Pro
operating system. How do I get into it and then what do I do with it? Sorry
to be so dumb buy after the simple days of my TechniSat plug-and-play USB
receiver this is all a bit of a confusing bore to a simple mind !!


regards - chris







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M0NDE QTH Burnham on Sea, Somerset
http://nigel-m0nde.blogspot.com/
www.m0nde.co.uk


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Ayecka SR1 Control file

Chris Charles
 

Hi all - bit of guidance needed please.
I asked Space-Band for as copy of the SR1 Control Programme and they have very efficiently sent me a copy. Problem is getting it to open and run.
I eventually opened the main file with WinZip and extracted the files to a directory. It now contains :-
com
examples
META-INF
org
pictures


but none of them contain a .exe file to install it or make it run. What am I missing ?


Also the 'Sr1Control.change2jar' file will not open on my Win 7 Pro operating system. How do I get into it and then what do I do with it? Sorry to be so dumb buy after the simple days of my TechniSat plug-and-play USB receiver this is all a bit of a confusing bore to a simple mind !!


regards - chris


Re: SR1 Thresholds.

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

David in reply to your helpful mail over a week ago I have now reverted back
temporarily to my SR1 to test the saving of threshold settings.
I have software version 250 installed after an upgrade some months ago.
I can confirm that the link margin thresholds do not save across a shutdown
when using the 0000 save system but, as suggested, they have saved using the
warm reset method.
So many thanks for that useful tip (and Arne as well).

Regards,
Douglas.
===========================================

Yes, it was Arne's work, not mine, and I have added a note to the Web page now:

http://www.satsignal.eu/wxsat/Ayecka/Next-steps.html

Thanks for testing and for reporting back.

73,
David GM8ARV
--
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Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
Email: david-taylor@...


Re: R: R: Suggestion

Alan Sewards
 

Bonjour francois,

With the drossel-services.de site, you have to enter 10 followed by return (Enter) to set the satellite correctly for 10 degrees East. If you enter -10 it will select Eutelsat 1 at 10W. Then just enter your lat and long and the date you want to do the work, and that's it! Time of sun transit, elevation and skew all given.

Best regards - Alan S

On 17-Dec-14 5:18 PM, 'roland francois' 25071950@... [MSG-1] wrote:
Hello

It is difficult situations to understand, sometimes
Pick up complications where it did is not
The setting of a satellite with this software is really easy,
The only condition is to have the Sun.
Even if the actual name of the satellite does not appear,
We know that it is a 10 degrees EST
So just choose one to : -10 in menu
Why search complicated ! when you can simply !!!
73's
Roland F5JPK

--
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�mail: alan@...
web site: http://asewards.free.fr


FY-2D

Ian Deans
 

FY-2D image data has started up again just after 16.00 UTC. My guess is that FY-2E will not be far behind.

Regards
Ian.


Re: R: R: Suggestion

roland francois
 

Hello

It is difficult situations to understand, sometimes
Pick up complications where it did is not
The setting of a satellite with this software is really easy,
The only condition is to have the Sun.
Even if the actual name of the satellite does not appear,
We know that it is a 10 degrees EST
So just choose one to : -10 in menu
Why search complicated ! when you can simply !!!
73's
Roland F5JPK


Re: Migration from Eurobird 9 to Eutelsat 10A

Felix Kamphuis
 

Hello Klaus,
I tried Tellicast reception BS from Eutelsat 10A after running SS2XPFIX.exe but then got a continuous Out-of-Lock status on Server4PC an a red T.My configuration is the same as yours, Technisat SS2e HD, Windows 7 Home Premium, Server4PC 4.7.0.I run SS2XPFIX.exe automatically at system startup as a new Windows service (created with sc.exe) to make it startup before Server4PC and after start driverSkyNetNXPBDA_AMD64.sys.So I must have done something wrong.Please can you explain me how you succeeded to make things work? Can you give me instructions how to set up the configuration?Thanks a lot in advance!
Felix

Op maandag 8 december 21:39 2014 schreef "'Klaus Link' link.klaus@... [MSG-1]" <MSG-1@...> het volgende:


  It's phantastic.

Skystar 2 express HD is working with windows 7 Home edition.

Since starting SS2XPFIX.EXE there is a stabile signal in the server4pc
setup. No Signal losses anymore.

Telicast was starting to work and now I'm receiving the Basic services via
Eutelsat 10A 11263 H 33000

Thanks a lot to crazycat69 for the program. Great work.

BTW I'm using a 85 cm Satellite dish adjusted to the middle of 9A and 10A.
So being able to switch per server4pc between both Satellites.

The 10A signal is with a Signal quality of 65% and a SNR of 10.2 dB

kind regards

Klaus

Now I will try to setup the High Volume Service and will see if this works
as well.

Von: MSG-1@... [mailto:MSG-1@...]
Gesendet: Montag, 8. Dezember 2014 19:19
An: MSG-1@...
Betreff: Re: [MSG-1] Migration from Eurobird 9 to Eutelsat 10A

Klaus

See message 19760 and 19761 on this list. The card works really fine under
GNU/Linux. Please report back if you got it working for EUMETCast under
Windows. You might have to use CrazyCats BDADataEx as well ...

Good luck

Ernst

---In MSG-1@..., <link.klaus@...> wrote :

Hi together,

seems that I have the same issue with receiving Eutelsat 10A 11263Ghz.
I installed a SS2express. I'm receiving a signal but it's not stable and is
lost in many cases.
Now as I understood there seems to be a solution with SS2XPFIX.exe
Unfortunately I cannot find this software in the net.

Any Idea where I can get it from??

Thank You in advance

Klaus

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Re: R: R: Suggestion

Alan Sewards
 

Guys,

This is all unnecessary and just confusing Enzo. In his original post, Roland (F5---) suggested the use of the sun and the site he quoted (<www.sat.drossel-services.de> is set up to give the time of the sun's transit for input of satellite of interest, lat, long and date. It is in several languages, simple to use and IT WORKS. No need for keplers, wxtrack or other extraneous programs which need learning. It only takes seconds!!

Best regards - Alan S

On 17-Dec-14 1:51 PM, geojohnt@... [MSG-1] wrote:

In a message dated 16/12/2014 17:44:15 GMT Standard Time,
MSG-1@... writes:

but the Keplers you download determine what satellites are visible. I
gave
the URL earlier:

http://www.celestrak.com/NORAD/elements/geo.txt

which includes:

EUTELSAT 10A
1 34710U 09016A 14349.69849942 .00000079 00000-0 00000+0 0 2373
2 34710 0.0641 357.2183 0005590 266.9827 81.5396 1.00274271 20868

Enzo,

Just to add a reminder, as David said yesterday you should have a file in
the WXtrack programme called geo.txt.
It would appear you have this as you have some EUTELSAT satellites listed.

You need to go to the above site to update this list - geo.txt which should
be ticked in the 'WXtrack - Update Keplers from Internet' box.

When you download this list - regularly - it will automatically add any
new (geo) satellite launches to the list.

Or, as a quick fix, you can just copy and paste:

EUTELSAT 10A
1 34710U 09016A 14349.69849942 .00000079 00000-0 00000+0 0 2373
2 34710 0.0641 357.2183 0005590 266.9827 81.5396 1.00274271 20868

into your geo.txt file.

Regards,
John.




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�mail: alan@...
web site: http://asewards.free.fr


SR1 Thresholds.

Douglas Deans
 

David in reply to your helpful mail over a week ago I have now reverted back
temporarily to my SR1 to test the saving of threshold settings.
I have software version 250 installed after an upgrade some months ago.
I can confirm that the link margin thresholds do not save across a shutdown
when using the 0000 save system but, as suggested, they have saved using the
warm reset method.
So many thanks for that useful tip (and Arne as well).

Regards,
Douglas.


Re: R: R: Suggestion

geojohnt@...
 

In a message dated 16/12/2014 17:44:15 GMT Standard Time,
MSG-1@... writes:

but the Keplers you download determine what satellites are visible. I
gave
the URL earlier:

http://www.celestrak.com/NORAD/elements/geo.txt

which includes:

EUTELSAT 10A
1 34710U 09016A 14349.69849942 .00000079 00000-0 00000+0 0 2373
2 34710 0.0641 357.2183 0005590 266.9827 81.5396 1.00274271 20868


Enzo,

Just to add a reminder, as David said yesterday you should have a file in
the WXtrack programme called geo.txt.
It would appear you have this as you have some EUTELSAT satellites listed.

You need to go to the above site to update this list - geo.txt which should
be ticked in the 'WXtrack - Update Keplers from Internet' box.

When you download this list - regularly - it will automatically add any
new (geo) satellite launches to the list.

Or, as a quick fix, you can just copy and paste:

EUTELSAT 10A
1 34710U 09016A 14349.69849942 .00000079 00000-0 00000+0 0 2373
2 34710 0.0641 357.2183 0005590 266.9827 81.5396 1.00274271 20868

into your geo.txt file.

Regards,
John.


DVB-S Switch off date change

James Brown
 

Message from ops:

Media Broadcast, the DVB-S service provider, has decided to maintain the original date of 31 December 2014 for the switch-off of EUMETCast stream on DVB-S.

Starting at 10:00 UTC on 31 December, the data streams will be removed step by step.

So any final tweaking using the old transponder needs to be done before the end of this year now.

Cheers
James


Smooth operation

Ulrich G. Kliegis
 

After reanimating my receiver PC - the culprit for its fault was a pretty seasoned
Samsung HDD that had been working for several years without any hickup but
turned belly up now completely - I woke up this morning and decided that today
would be transition day, at least the transition from the old Technisat Skystar 2,
later on an USB DVB-S receiver, to the (GEO-provided) Ayecka SR1.

David had recommended a PCI ethernet interface card for the communication with
the SR1. TPLink TG 3269. Now, installing an ethernet interface should not be more
difficult than cooking some potatoes, but I almost started to doubt my relation to the
reality - no driver installation possible on my very minimalistic XP system.

Until I thought that the still running Tellicast Client might stand in the way (initiated
by the autostart batch). After stopping it, everything went absolutely smooth. I just
had to change the ethernet connection to the 'traffic' socket, but from then on, a
steady data flow rewarded my efforts.

So, in the next days I'll move the LNB a tick over to its new home position on the
rail of the toroidal dish. I am sure this will not be the most difficult part, but you
never know...

And then I'll have to reconstruct an up-to-date receiver - I am working now on a
vintage backup image from 2010.

Cheers,
U.


Re: PuTTY Ubuntu

Ernst Lobsiger
 

Peter


What exactly do you want to do?


Manage/reach the SR1 with an USB cable only (via a serial line connection) : Then you might have to use the device /dev/ttyUSB0 (as proposed by Nick Norman) or maybe /dev/USB0 but you probably also have to make sure that you are allowed to do so as user. Maybe you have to add yourself to group "dialout" or similar. If in doubt, try to connect with "sudo telnet ...". But maybe in this case you better use something like minicom.


You have an USB to Ethernet Adapter and want to connect to the SR1 management port via USB over an Ethernet cable? You will have to configure the IP interface on the USB adapter first. Then Telnet ...


You only have one Ethernet connection and want to manage the SR1 via the data port over the house LAN? You probably have an Interface eth0 that is configured already. Ping the SR1 first as suggested by David. Make sure the SR1 let you connect/configure via the data port.




Cheers,
Ernst


Disclaimer: I have no SR1 here, so some of the above might be shooting in the dark ...


Re: PuTTY Ubuntu

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

David

Have just telnet 192.168.10.99 and it cannot find the SR1 on USB0

The computer is connected to the network and internet via a couple of TP-Link gigabit switches as when the SR1 is connected to Windows

ALL other computers are OFF.

Peter
==========================

Peter,

USB doesn't come into it when you are talking over the network. First step is to ensure you can PING 192.168.10.99. Configure your network to allow this.

Windows is so much easier (you can use the USB which needs no network connection) - why complicate things?

David
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SatSignal Software - Quality software written to your requirements
Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
Email: david-taylor@...


Re: R: R: Suggestion

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

David,

i am using WxTrack, made update elements but i do not see EUTE 10A ( EUTE W2A ), I just see:

EUTELSAT W1
EUTELSAT W2
EUTELSAT W3
EUTELSAT W3A
EUTELSAT W4
EUTELSAT W5

Maybe I have an alder version of WxTrack? I have V3.8.19.973, 2012-Apr-09

Thanks
73's de Enzo IK8OZV
=============================================

Enzo,

The current version is V3.8.30 from:

http://www.satsignal.eu/software/wxtrack.htm#DownloadWXtrack

but the Keplers you download determine what satellites are visible. I gave the URL earlier:

http://www.celestrak.com/NORAD/elements/geo.txt

which includes:

EUTELSAT 10A
1 34710U 09016A 14349.69849942 .00000079 00000-0 00000+0 0 2373
2 34710 0.0641 357.2183 0005590 266.9827 81.5396 1.00274271 20868

David
--
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Re: PuTTY Ubuntu

cyril3775
 

David

Have just telnet 192.168.10.99 and it cannot find the SR1 on USB0

The computer is connected to the network and internet via a couple of
TP-Link gigabit switches as when the SR1 is connected to Windows

ALL other computers are OFF.



Peter



From: MSG-1@... [mailto:MSG-1@...]
Sent: 16 December 2014 16:53
To: MSG-1@...
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] PuTTY Ubuntu





Ernst

Yes Telnet is installed in Ubuntu 14.04 but telnet /dev/USB0 or telnet USB0
does respond.

Many thanks

Peter.
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Peter,

telnet 192.168.10.99

with the Management port connected to your PC or house network.

David
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