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Yes, this is one of the problems that I detect.
you cannot use pitnc_getparams or
pitnc_setparams if RF is enabled on the polaric server.
This will generate conflict with the
if you use it, polaric is not able to
open it because there is a lock file from another application.
yes it take me some time to get this
im using /dev/ttyS0 thats point to serial0
2. 5. yes i enable serial port and disable serial console, so i
can access tnc pi ,
3. ttysS80 was a test to simlink another number. . . . . .
4. it's definitely a ports/user/group problem
6. Last, no graphical
environment, only console
actual working permissions
it is currently working,
but I really don't know which of all the changes was the
solution. : D
I attach the .bash_history here all the log
these are the changes that i think
helped fix the problem.
sudo chmod 666 /dev/serial0
sudo chown root:polaric /dev/serial0
sudo usermod -aG uucp polaric
sudo usermod -aG uucp pi
sudo chmod o+rw /dev/ttyS0
I'm going to do another laboratory to configure
another rpi with tnc_pi and verify in order which commands
should be used, or if there is no need to make any changes in
the configuration: S
here current setup
Thanks for the help
pd: here a ppt about polaric APRS server
El 22/10/2020 a las 9:39 a. m., Randy
Is it possible that the port is open in another
application and java just says that it cannot find it?