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Re: Raspberry Pi Zero + Baofeng UV-5R audio problems

Teton Amateur Radio Repeater Association (TARRA)
 

You may want to take into consideration the legally of this. Amateur radio is supposed to be a two-way radio service.

Mick - W7CAT

----- Original Message -----
From: Wayne Workman
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Sent: Saturday, February 01, 2020 05:57:13 PM
Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] Raspberry Pi Zero + Baofeng UV-5R audio problems

> Don,
>
> This is an amateur radio application. Basically I'm working to mimic the
> functionality of these:
> https://www.dakotaalert.com/store/murs-alert-products/mat-murs-alert-transmitter/
>
> I have four of those. You might notice they are 160 dollars each. I'd like
> to have a great deal more along with better battery life and better
> transmit range, but the price is a problem.
>
> If I can simply get the Pi Zero to properly activate VOX, I have all the
> other parts solved - like power, case, camera, software, and cost control
> thereof. Plus I'd have extra features like taking photos and video and
> storing those to SD card.
>
> I've avoided things like the Signalink because of it's price.
>
> Maybe all the cheap connectors is a waste of time. Maybe I should figure on
> a custom circuit to handle PTT and transmit audio.
>
> Thanks,
> Wayne
>
>
>
> On Sat, Feb 1, 2020 at 4:56 PM Don Ritchie wrote:
>
> > Wayne,
> >
> > What is your "end game"?
> >
> > If we know what you are doing, it may be easier to help.
> >
> > Is this an amateur radio application or are there other plans ?
> >
> > Don, K8ZGW
> >
> >
> > On 2/1/2020 16:31, Wayne Workman wrote:
> >
> > Mark,
> >
> > It's worth my time. If I can get it to work, I'm probably going to build
> > 20+ of these. The whole idea behind this was to find a cheaper way.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Wayne
> >
> > On Sat, Feb 1, 2020 at 2:28 PM Mark Griffith via Groups.Io > > yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
> >
> >> Wayne,
> >>
> >> Is your time trying to figure this out worth the extra $25 for your
> >> project? If it works on a Pi3, use that. The Pi zero is a pretty basic
> >> machine and the circuitry is obviously inferior.
> >>
> >> Just my 2 cents
> >>
> >> Mark
> >> KD0QYN
> >>
> >>
> >> On Saturday, February 1, 2020, 1:56:43 PM CST,
> >> wayne.workman2012@... wrote:
> >>
> >>
> >> Hello,
> >>
> >> As the title says, having some audio problems. My goal right now is to
> >> play a short .WAV file on my raspberry pi over the radio. Once I have this
> >> working, I'll use the capability in another project. I am using a USB audio
> >> adapter that works on my Raspberry Pi 3B+. I have an assortment of items
> >> I'm using, listed below.
> >>
> >> btech APRS cable for UV-5R
> >> https://baofengtech.com/aprs-k2-trrs-cable
> >>
> >> 3.5mm splitter to 3.5mm mic/headphone
> >>
> >> https://www.ebay.com/itm/Maeline-3-5mm-Female-to-2-Male-Gold-Plated-Headphone-Mic-Audio-Y-Splitter-RED/323823286696?epid=4022477076&hash=item4b655f39a8:g:syoAAOSwc4Fc8vty
> >>
> >> USB Audio adapter
> >>
> >> https://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-External-Adapter-Windows-AU-MMSA/dp/B00IRVQ0F8/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=amazon+sound+adapter&qid=1580241232&sr=8-1
> >>
> >> Baofeng UV-5R
> >>
> >> Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3
> >> https://www.adafruit.com/product/2885
> >>
> >>
> >> It's all connected like this.
> >>
> >>
> >> The Baofeng has VOX enabled, it's set to 1, which is the lowest
> >> sensitivity. I've tested that it does work with audio from computers using
> >> both my Ubuntu laptop and my Rasbperry Pi 3B+. The VOX works.
> >>
> >> My raspberry pi is fully updated with latest packages, and also has these
> >> additional packages installed. The sox command being the one that provides
> >> the 'play' command I want to use.
> >> sox motion openssh-server vim git
> >>
> >> The following command shows me the USB sound card is device 1.
> >> aplay -l
> >>
> >> I've changed the default sound device on the raspberry pi by editing:
> >> /usr/share/alsa/alsa.conf
> >>
> >> Towards the middle of the alasa.conf file there are these two lines: I
> >> changed the card number to the correct one, in my case it's 1
> >> ## CHANGE:
> >> defaults.ctl.card 1
> >> defaults.pcm.card 1
> >>
> >> I'm using this command to play the .wav file:
> >> /usr/bin/play -v 1.75 /zones/zone_five.wav
> >>
> >> Now, the problem. When I run the play command on the Raspberry Pi Zero
> >> with everything connected as pictured above, it's like the play command
> >> crashes for some reason. Pictured:
> >>
> >>
> >> Here's the interesting part. When I connect this setup to my Raspberry pi
> >> 3B+, it works fine. The pi plays the file and the Baofeng's VOX activates
> >> and transmits the audio being played. Also when I connect headphones to the
> >> headphone port on the USB adapter while using the Pi Zero, it works fine, I
> >> can hear the file playing and it has decent volume, though a bit crackly no
> >> matter what volume I pick.
> >>
> >> to boil it down, for some reason this setup is not working with the Pi
> >> Zero. I've been trying things to figure this out for a week, I'm at a dead
> >> end.
> >> I am pretty good with Linux, but I haven't even the slightest of
> >> circuitry knowledge. I am mostly googling my way through that stuff.
> >>
> >> Any ideas would be appreciated.
> >> Thank you,
> >> Wayne
> >>
> >
> >
> >
>
>
>
>
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Re: Raspberry Pi Zero + Baofeng UV-5R audio problems

Wayne Workman <wayne.workman2012@...>
 

Don,

This is an amateur radio application. Basically I'm working to mimic the functionality of these:

I have four of those. You might notice they are 160 dollars each. I'd like to have a great deal more along with better battery life and better transmit range, but the price is a problem.

If I can simply get the Pi Zero to properly activate VOX, I have all the other parts solved - like power, case, camera, software, and cost control thereof. Plus I'd have extra features like taking photos and video and storing those to SD card.

I've avoided things like the Signalink because of it's price.

Maybe all the cheap connectors is a waste of time. Maybe I should figure on a custom circuit to handle PTT and transmit audio.

Thanks,
Wayne



On Sat, Feb 1, 2020 at 4:56 PM Don Ritchie <donritchie@...> wrote:

Wayne,

What is your "end game"?

If we know what you are doing, it may be easier to help.

Is this an amateur radio application or are there other plans ?

Don, K8ZGW


On 2/1/2020 16:31, Wayne Workman wrote:
Mark,

It's worth my time. If I can get it to work, I'm probably going to build 20+ of these. The whole idea behind this was to find a cheaper way.

Thanks,
Wayne

On Sat, Feb 1, 2020 at 2:28 PM Mark Griffith via Groups.Io <mdgriffith2003=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Wayne,

Is your time trying to figure this out worth the extra $25 for your project?  If it works on a Pi3, use that.  The Pi zero is a pretty basic machine and the circuitry is obviously inferior.

Just my 2 cents

Mark
KD0QYN


On Saturday, February 1, 2020, 1:56:43 PM CST, wayne.workman2012@... <wayne.workman2012@...> wrote:


Hello,
 
As the title says, having some audio problems. My goal right now is to play a short .WAV file on my raspberry pi over the radio. Once I have this working, I'll use the capability in another project. I am using a USB audio adapter that works on my Raspberry Pi 3B+. I have an assortment of items I'm using, listed below.
 
btech APRS cable for UV-5R
 
3.5mm splitter to 3.5mm mic/headphone
 
USB Audio adapter
 
Baofeng UV-5R
 
Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3
 
 
It's all connected like this.


The Baofeng has VOX enabled, it's set to 1, which is the lowest sensitivity. I've tested that it does work with audio from computers using both my Ubuntu laptop and my Rasbperry Pi 3B+. The VOX works.
 
My raspberry pi is fully updated with latest packages, and also has these additional packages installed. The sox command being the one that provides the 'play' command I want to use.
sox motion openssh-server vim git
 
The following command shows me the USB sound card is device 1.
aplay -l
 
I've changed the default sound device on the raspberry pi by editing:
/usr/share/alsa/alsa.conf
 
Towards the middle of the alasa.conf file there are these two lines: I changed the card number to the correct one, in my case it's 1
## CHANGE:
defaults.ctl.card 1
defaults.pcm.card 1
 
I'm using this command to play the .wav file:
/usr/bin/play -v 1.75 /zones/zone_five.wav

Now, the problem. When I run the play command on the Raspberry Pi Zero with everything connected as pictured above, it's like the play command crashes for some reason. Pictured:


Here's the interesting part. When I connect this setup to my Raspberry pi 3B+, it works fine. The pi plays the file and the Baofeng's VOX activates and transmits the audio being played. Also when I connect headphones to the headphone port on the USB adapter while using the Pi Zero, it works fine, I can hear the file playing and it has decent volume, though a bit crackly no matter what volume I pick.

to boil it down, for some reason this setup is not working with the Pi Zero. I've been trying things to figure this out for a week, I'm at a dead end.
I am pretty good with Linux, but I haven't even the slightest of circuitry knowledge. I am mostly googling my way through that stuff.

Any ideas would be appreciated.
Thank you,
Wayne


Re: Raspberry Pi Zero + Baofeng UV-5R audio problems

wayne.workman2012@...
 

Mark,

It's worth my time. If I can get it to work, I'm probably going to build 20+ of these. The whole idea behind this was to find a cheaper way.

Thanks,
Wayne


On Sat, Feb 1, 2020 at 2:28 PM Mark Griffith via Groups.Io <mdgriffith2003=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Wayne,

Is your time trying to figure this out worth the extra $25 for your project?  If it works on a Pi3, use that.  The Pi zero is a pretty basic machine and the circuitry is obviously inferior.

Just my 2 cents

Mark
KD0QYN


On Saturday, February 1, 2020, 1:56:43 PM CST, wayne.workman2012@... <wayne.workman2012@...> wrote:


Hello,
 
As the title says, having some audio problems. My goal right now is to play a short .WAV file on my raspberry pi over the radio. Once I have this working, I'll use the capability in another project. I am using a USB audio adapter that works on my Raspberry Pi 3B+. I have an assortment of items I'm using, listed below.
 
btech APRS cable for UV-5R
 
3.5mm splitter to 3.5mm mic/headphone
 
USB Audio adapter
 
Baofeng UV-5R
 
Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3
 
 
It's all connected like this.


The Baofeng has VOX enabled, it's set to 1, which is the lowest sensitivity. I've tested that it does work with audio from computers using both my Ubuntu laptop and my Rasbperry Pi 3B+. The VOX works.
 
My raspberry pi is fully updated with latest packages, and also has these additional packages installed. The sox command being the one that provides the 'play' command I want to use.
sox motion openssh-server vim git
 
The following command shows me the USB sound card is device 1.
aplay -l
 
I've changed the default sound device on the raspberry pi by editing:
/usr/share/alsa/alsa.conf
 
Towards the middle of the alasa.conf file there are these two lines: I changed the card number to the correct one, in my case it's 1
## CHANGE:
defaults.ctl.card 1
defaults.pcm.card 1
 
I'm using this command to play the .wav file:
/usr/bin/play -v 1.75 /zones/zone_five.wav

Now, the problem. When I run the play command on the Raspberry Pi Zero with everything connected as pictured above, it's like the play command crashes for some reason. Pictured:


Here's the interesting part. When I connect this setup to my Raspberry pi 3B+, it works fine. The pi plays the file and the Baofeng's VOX activates and transmits the audio being played. Also when I connect headphones to the headphone port on the USB adapter while using the Pi Zero, it works fine, I can hear the file playing and it has decent volume, though a bit crackly no matter what volume I pick.

to boil it down, for some reason this setup is not working with the Pi Zero. I've been trying things to figure this out for a week, I'm at a dead end.
I am pretty good with Linux, but I haven't even the slightest of circuitry knowledge. I am mostly googling my way through that stuff.

Any ideas would be appreciated.
Thank you,
Wayne


Re: How to access the Hotspot on W3DJS Raspberry Pi Ham Radio Image

Brian Webster
 

I think it is Raspberry

 

Brian N2KGC

 

From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io [mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Daniel VA2DG
Sent: Saturday, February 1, 2020 2:13 PM
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] How to access the Hotspot on W3DJS Raspberry Pi Ham Radio Image

 

Hi just downloaded the image and burn it on a 32gb Micro SD, so far so good
Hook up RPi4 to HDMI, i have Keyboard/mouse.
Now i see RpiHotspot in  my wifi list
but what is the Password to connect to it.
I had a look in the Groups.io for over 4 hours and did not find any mention about how to login Wifi hotspot,   The only login/pass i saw is pi/raspberry.

73
Daniel VA2DG


Re: Raspberry Pi Zero + Baofeng UV-5R audio problems

Mark Griffith
 

Wayne,

Is your time trying to figure this out worth the extra $25 for your project?  If it works on a Pi3, use that.  The Pi zero is a pretty basic machine and the circuitry is obviously inferior.

Just my 2 cents

Mark
KD0QYN


On Saturday, February 1, 2020, 1:56:43 PM CST, wayne.workman2012@... <wayne.workman2012@...> wrote:


Hello,
 
As the title says, having some audio problems. My goal right now is to play a short .WAV file on my raspberry pi over the radio. Once I have this working, I'll use the capability in another project. I am using a USB audio adapter that works on my Raspberry Pi 3B+. I have an assortment of items I'm using, listed below.
 
btech APRS cable for UV-5R
https://baofengtech.com/aprs-k2-trrs-cable
 
3.5mm splitter to 3.5mm mic/headphone
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Maeline-3-5mm-Female-to-2-Male-Gold-Plated-Headphone-Mic-Audio-Y-Splitter-RED/323823286696?epid=4022477076&hash=item4b655f39a8:g:syoAAOSwc4Fc8vty
 
USB Audio adapter
https://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-External-Adapter-Windows-AU-MMSA/dp/B00IRVQ0F8/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=amazon+sound+adapter&qid=1580241232&sr=8-1
 
Baofeng UV-5R
 
Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3
https://www.adafruit.com/product/2885
 
 
It's all connected like this.


The Baofeng has VOX enabled, it's set to 1, which is the lowest sensitivity. I've tested that it does work with audio from computers using both my Ubuntu laptop and my Rasbperry Pi 3B+. The VOX works.
 
My raspberry pi is fully updated with latest packages, and also has these additional packages installed. The sox command being the one that provides the 'play' command I want to use.
sox motion openssh-server vim git
 
The following command shows me the USB sound card is device 1.
aplay -l
 
I've changed the default sound device on the raspberry pi by editing:
/usr/share/alsa/alsa.conf
 
Towards the middle of the alasa.conf file there are these two lines: I changed the card number to the correct one, in my case it's 1
## CHANGE:
defaults.ctl.card 1
defaults.pcm.card 1
 
I'm using this command to play the .wav file:
/usr/bin/play -v 1.75 /zones/zone_five.wav

Now, the problem. When I run the play command on the Raspberry Pi Zero with everything connected as pictured above, it's like the play command crashes for some reason. Pictured:


Here's the interesting part. When I connect this setup to my Raspberry pi 3B+, it works fine. The pi plays the file and the Baofeng's VOX activates and transmits the audio being played. Also when I connect headphones to the headphone port on the USB adapter while using the Pi Zero, it works fine, I can hear the file playing and it has decent volume, though a bit crackly no matter what volume I pick.

to boil it down, for some reason this setup is not working with the Pi Zero. I've been trying things to figure this out for a week, I'm at a dead end.
I am pretty good with Linux, but I haven't even the slightest of circuitry knowledge. I am mostly googling my way through that stuff.

Any ideas would be appreciated.
Thank you,
Wayne


Raspberry Pi Zero + Baofeng UV-5R audio problems

wayne.workman2012@...
 

Hello,
 
As the title says, having some audio problems. My goal right now is to play a short .WAV file on my raspberry pi over the radio. Once I have this working, I'll use the capability in another project. I am using a USB audio adapter that works on my Raspberry Pi 3B+. I have an assortment of items I'm using, listed below.
 
btech APRS cable for UV-5R
https://baofengtech.com/aprs-k2-trrs-cable
 
3.5mm splitter to 3.5mm mic/headphone
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Maeline-3-5mm-Female-to-2-Male-Gold-Plated-Headphone-Mic-Audio-Y-Splitter-RED/323823286696?epid=4022477076&hash=item4b655f39a8:g:syoAAOSwc4Fc8vty
 
USB Audio adapter
https://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-External-Adapter-Windows-AU-MMSA/dp/B00IRVQ0F8/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=amazon+sound+adapter&qid=1580241232&sr=8-1
 
Baofeng UV-5R
 
Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3
https://www.adafruit.com/product/2885
 
 
It's all connected like this.


The Baofeng has VOX enabled, it's set to 1, which is the lowest sensitivity. I've tested that it does work with audio from computers using both my Ubuntu laptop and my Rasbperry Pi 3B+. The VOX works.
 
My raspberry pi is fully updated with latest packages, and also has these additional packages installed. The sox command being the one that provides the 'play' command I want to use.
sox motion openssh-server vim git
 
The following command shows me the USB sound card is device 1.
aplay -l
 
I've changed the default sound device on the raspberry pi by editing:
/usr/share/alsa/alsa.conf
 
Towards the middle of the alasa.conf file there are these two lines: I changed the card number to the correct one, in my case it's 1
## CHANGE:
defaults.ctl.card 1
defaults.pcm.card 1
 
I'm using this command to play the .wav file:
/usr/bin/play -v 1.75 /zones/zone_five.wav

Now, the problem. When I run the play command on the Raspberry Pi Zero with everything connected as pictured above, it's like the play command crashes for some reason. Pictured:


Here's the interesting part. When I connect this setup to my Raspberry pi 3B+, it works fine. The pi plays the file and the Baofeng's VOX activates and transmits the audio being played. Also when I connect headphones to the headphone port on the USB adapter while using the Pi Zero, it works fine, I can hear the file playing and it has decent volume, though a bit crackly no matter what volume I pick.

to boil it down, for some reason this setup is not working with the Pi Zero. I've been trying things to figure this out for a week, I'm at a dead end.
I am pretty good with Linux, but I haven't even the slightest of circuitry knowledge. I am mostly googling my way through that stuff.

Any ideas would be appreciated.
Thank you,
Wayne


How to access the Hotspot on W3DJS Raspberry Pi Ham Radio Image

Daniel VA2DG
 

Hi just downloaded the image and burn it on a 32gb Micro SD, so far so good.
Hook up RPi4 to HDMI, i have Keyboard/mouse.
Now i see RpiHotspot in  my wifi list
but what is the Password to connect to it.
I had a look in the Groups.io for over 4 hours and did not find any mention about how to login Wifi hotspot,   The only login/pass i saw is pi/raspberry.

73
Daniel VA2DG


Re: Still having a problem, please help

KK4JOW
 

Yay!!!! So, Ive worked it all out and I am up and running.
My first problem was with the hotspot and I followed some posters suggestions but failed at each. Finally I found a post from Dave W3DJS himself and it worked!!! Here is what he said:
 Dave Slotter, W3DJS
11/18/19   

To remove the auto Wi-Fi hotspot, do these two steps on the Raspberry Pi console:

sudo systemctl disable autohotspot.service
In the /etc/dhcpcd.conf file remove the line that was added ("sudo nano /etc/dhcpcd.conf"):
 
nohook wpa_supplicant
That's it as far as removing it. You can now run sudo raspi-config and select 2: Network Options, followed by N2: Wi-Fi and enter in your WiFi SSID and passphrase.

Hope this helps. (Next image I create won't have the auto-hotspot feature enabled -- it's created too much confusion.)

--
- Dave
  W3DJS

It worked perfectly!!
I then had a problem with not being able to get it to run without a monitor, just using VNC Viewer. It kept on telling me that it couldn't display the desktop. Easy fix once i went back into raspi-config and changed the display size.
I just set up my gps and sound card and going to hook my rig up for some FT8.
My biggest lesson was not backing up after each change. If I had from the beginning, i would have saved myself a lot of work.
To all who answered me, thanks so much for your help. I look forward to meeting you on the air.

Diane
KK4JOW


Re: Help with FLrig / 7300 USB-D issue

Jonathan Scherch
 

Update -- I re-flashed the image and now all works fine. You might this. FYI. 73.


Re: W3DJS Raspberry Pi Ham Radio Image v2.0 Released

Kevin Burke
 

Have you guys watched KM4ACK youtube videos yet on this issue?
Im pretty sure he has the resolution. You just have to do a couple steps and wifi is good to go.

73
Kevin


On Fri, Jan 31, 2020 at 11:14 AM <KK4JOW@...> wrote:
Thanks David, sounds like that will be my solution. 


Re: Help with FLrig / 7300 USB-D issue

N3RDR
 

The same happens with my FT-DX3000. 

Sent from my 📲

On Jan 31, 2020, at 1:32 PM, Jonathan Scherch <scherch.kk7pw@...> wrote:

Hello from Seattle.  I recently installed the new build from KM4ACK. Install completed. GPS functional. All systems go . . . except . . . I am running my IC7300 with FLrig, and when I launch JS8 or WSJT, the rig will not go into USB-D mode. And, FLrig will not accept a manual selection. So, anyone have an clues as to what might be sideways? de KK7PW


Help with FLrig / 7300 USB-D issue

Jonathan Scherch
 

Hello from Seattle.  I recently installed the new build from KM4ACK. Install completed. GPS functional. All systems go . . . except . . . I am running my IC7300 with FLrig, and when I launch JS8 or WSJT, the rig will not go into USB-D mode. And, FLrig will not accept a manual selection. So, anyone have an clues as to what might be sideways? de KK7PW


Re: W3DJS Raspberry Pi Ham Radio Image v2.0 Released

KK4JOW
 

Thanks David, sounds like that will be my solution. 


Re: D-Rats and gpsd

daniel boggiano
 
Edited

Thanks for responding. I guess my issue is setting up the god config in d rats. I have gpsd running with the dongle. Gpsmon and cgps -s both show the dongle is receiving. So in d rats, for the gps port, I have tried net:localhost:2947, net:127.0.0.1:2947 and I have even changed the gpsd config file from that ip to 0.0.0.0 and tried that all with no luck. 


any advice is appreciated. 

danny


Re: W3DJS Raspberry Pi Ham Radio Image v2.0 Released

David KD4E <dcolburn@...>
 

A lot of Hams have suffered the same hassles.

I wrestled with it a while then moved on.

I just formatted the micro-SD, loaded Buster-Raspian, then booted it.

Entered all the requested settings and ran the updates.

After that I loaded the apps I wanted, e.g. flrig, fldigi, JS8Call, etc.
via the Internet connection.

It works fine - with no hassles.

Note: I did discover that 5GHz WiFi works better in my home office/
radio room as there's so much already using 2.4GHz.

Other than that - it's great out of the box.

HTH ... David KD4E

I really need some expert advice on my situation. I have been playing with the W3DJS image for a few days. I have not been able to set up wifi on it.
I have entered the KillHotspot command.
I have entered all my regional info.
I go to Raspi-config and go to wifi settings.
I then get "could not communicate with wpa_supplicant.
In the upper right corner where the wifi info is, the pull down menu says wlan0 STOPPED.
I can not find anywhere how to fix this.
I've set up another sd card just with Raspbian with desktop and my Wifi is immediately found so it's something in the W3DJS image.
I have downloaded it 3 times and one on bit torrent and have reimaged  my card several times with Etcher.
Still no luck. 
Any ideas? If not
Is there any way I can add the W3DJS additions to my Rasbian sd card.
PLEASE HELP!!!!
Diane


Re: W3DJS Raspberry Pi Ham Radio Image v2.0 Released

KK4JOW
 

I really need some expert advice on my situation. I have been playing with the W3DJS image for a few days. I have not been able to set up wifi on it.
I have entered the KillHotspot command.
I have entered all my regional info.
I go to Raspi-config and go to wifi settings.
I then get "could not communicate with wpa_supplicant.
In the upper right corner where the wifi info is, the pull down menu says wlan0 STOPPED.
I can not find anywhere how to fix this.
I've set up another sd card just with Raspbian with desktop and my Wifi is immediately found so it's something in the W3DJS image.
I have downloaded it 3 times and one on bit torrent and have reimaged  my card several times with Etcher.
Still no luck. 
Any ideas? If not
Is there any way I can add the W3DJS additions to my Rasbian sd card.
PLEASE HELP!!!!
Diane


Re: Satellite tracking with Gpredict

Troy - K4JDA
 


Re: D-Rats and gpsd

Ray Adkins <N3hym1@...>
 

I use a pi 3b with a GPS dongle an conky an drats

Work good. What issue r u having

Ray


D-Rats and gpsd

daniel boggiano
 

Hey gang,

has anyone ever used d-rats with gpsd? I’ve been trying but have been unsuccessful. I have found only one historical post on an old board about it and tried those instructions. 


thank you 


Re: Gpredict cannot connect to Yaesu FT817

Ron Liekens
 

I had it running, but with another cmd line, but it stopped after a short time. I give your solution a try later today.

73' Ron - on2ron

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