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Re: TNC-Pi/Raspberry Pi 3

Jim Darrough
 

I am using Raspbian Stretch with the Pi-Tnc from Coastal Chipworks. I accidentally (stupidly) unpowered the system when Xastir was writing to the SD and corrupted the thing. After reinstall, no transmit. Found out that I had to select KISS TNC rather than just TNC in Xastir Interface and I THINK it works now.

YMMV

73  Jim KI7AY


Re: Pi2 Model V1.1 for hotspot?

Bill Carpenter
 

FYI, got the hat and installed it about 3 weeks ago.  Works great with the model 2.

In case anyone else is wanting to use one.

73, Bill NZ0T


Video - Setup Pat Winlink for 1200 baud Connection

km4ack
 

https://youtu.be/o8OBF47UkeI


73,
KM4ACK
Find Me on Youtube

ax25 direwolf pat winlink


Making your Pi96k TNC an APRS Node

Mat Murdock
 


KISS Library for decode / encode of KISS packets.

Mat Murdock
 

Is anyone aware of library that or sample code for visual studio that would show how to decode and encode KISS packets?  One thing that is missing is a decent windows "Terminal" program for KISS modems.  I know AGWPE is out there but it can be a pain for new users.  A stand alone terminal would be nice.

Mat


Re: reloading sm_teensy

 

It looks to me like he's using a portable installation of Arduino, based on the directory structures. What I ended up doing to get to properly compile was to put the TeensyProjects folder much closer to the root of C:\.


On January 27, 2019 2:23:01 PM EST, John Wiseman <john.wiseman@...> wrote:
The setup doesn't look right, in particular C:\Users\W8TCC\Desktop\arduino-1.8.6-windows\arduino-1.8.6\libraries\TeensyConfig. libraries should be under TeensyProjects, not arduino-1.8.6.

Have you moved anything from TeensyProjects? - you should just unzip it and point the Arduino Sketch Book Location (in File/Preferences) to the TeensyProjects directory.

73,
John



On 27/01/2019 18:42, w8tcc, troy wrote:
I keep receiving this fault:

C:\Users\W8TCC\AppData\Local\Temp\arduino_build_827458\sketch\TeensyWrapper.c:11:42: fatal error: ../../Soundmodem/afsk/costab.c: No such file or directory

compilation terminated.

Multiple libraries were found for "i2c_t3.h"
 Used: C:\Users\W8TCC\Desktop\arduino-1.8.6-windows\arduino-1.8.6\hardware\teensy\avr\libraries\i2c_t3
 Not used: C:\Users\W8TCC\Desktop\arduino-1.8.6-windows\arduino-1.8.6\libraries\TeensyConfig
Error compiling for board Teensy 3.6.


Can anyone help me out. I cant seem to get anywhere.

de w8tcc, troy
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73 de w8tcc, troy


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Re: reloading sm_teensy

John G8BPQ
 

The setup doesn't look right, in particular C:\Users\W8TCC\Desktop\arduino-1.8.6-windows\arduino-1.8.6\libraries\TeensyConfig. libraries should be under TeensyProjects, not arduino-1.8.6.

Have you moved anything from TeensyProjects? - you should just unzip it and point the Arduino Sketch Book Location (in File/Preferences) to the TeensyProjects directory.

73,
John



On 27/01/2019 18:42, w8tcc, troy wrote:
I keep receiving this fault:

C:\Users\W8TCC\AppData\Local\Temp\arduino_build_827458\sketch\TeensyWrapper.c:11:42: fatal error: ../../Soundmodem/afsk/costab.c: No such file or directory

compilation terminated.

Multiple libraries were found for "i2c_t3.h"
 Used: C:\Users\W8TCC\Desktop\arduino-1.8.6-windows\arduino-1.8.6\hardware\teensy\avr\libraries\i2c_t3
 Not used: C:\Users\W8TCC\Desktop\arduino-1.8.6-windows\arduino-1.8.6\libraries\TeensyConfig
Error compiling for board Teensy 3.6.


Can anyone help me out. I cant seem to get anywhere.

de w8tcc, troy
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73 de w8tcc, troy


reloading sm_teensy

w8tcc, troy <w8tcc@...>
 

I keep receiving this fault:

C:\Users\W8TCC\AppData\Local\Temp\arduino_build_827458\sketch\TeensyWrapper.c:11:42: fatal error: ../../Soundmodem/afsk/costab.c: No such file or directory

compilation terminated.

Multiple libraries were found for "i2c_t3.h"
 Used: C:\Users\W8TCC\Desktop\arduino-1.8.6-windows\arduino-1.8.6\hardware\teensy\avr\libraries\i2c_t3
 Not used: C:\Users\W8TCC\Desktop\arduino-1.8.6-windows\arduino-1.8.6\libraries\TeensyConfig
Error compiling for board Teensy 3.6.


Can anyone help me out. I cant seem to get anywhere.

de w8tcc, troy
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73 de w8tcc, troy


Re: i2c TNC-Pi9K6

John G8BPQ
 

I've fixed the problem with LinBPQ using the wrong i2c address in some beta versions

http://www.cantab.net/users/john.wiseman/Downloads/Beta/pilinbpq

I'm not seeing any errors when using the TNC-Pi9K6 in i2c mode, though I don't recommend using i2c unless you have to as throughput is likely to be better when using the serial interface.

73,
John G8BPQ

On 22/01/2019 16:03, John Wiseman wrote:

Latest TeensyProjects is at

 

http://www.cantab.net/users/john.wiseman/Downloads/Beta/TeensyProjects.zip

 

I’m travelling for the next couple of days but will look at the LinBPQ i2c code when I get home.

 

73,

John G8BPQ

 

 

 


From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io [mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of E M
Sent: 22 January 2019 14:41
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] i2c TNC-Pi9K6

 

LinBPQ (Nov 18 version) is getting a Remote Pole from TNC-Pi9K6 after about a minute. Does anyone else have experience getting i2c to work with TNC-Pi9K6? Does anyone have newer Teensy Projects firmware for KISS TNC?

Also LinBPQ (Jan 19 version) is not setting i2c based on bpq32.config. It only uses bus 0 device 1.



Re: sources.list #networking

Bern Ghis
 

Hi 
Take à look on raspian site and download 
A stretch full img. 
73
Bernard de On7an 

Envoyé de mon iPhone XR 👍

Le 26 janv. 2019 à 17:05, Don - W9JUN <w9jun@...> a écrit :

Good day
What is the suggested sources.list for PI Stretch?


sources.list #networking

Don - W9JUN
 

Good day
What is the suggested sources.list for PI Stretch?


Re: Trying to understand what this error means : RPi ,Signalink , direwolf , ax.25 , kissattach / pat

David Ranch <dranch@...>
 


Hello Al,

I just replied to this email thread on the Direwolf list.

--David
KI6ZHD


On 01/25/2019 07:54 AM, Al Szymanski via Groups.Io wrote:

Good day all. Exact same error when the Signalink USB is plugged into the board itself and when plugged into a powered hub.
Clean install of stock Stretch - only adding direwolf, the ax.25 stuff , and pat. 
Any idea what the following direwolf error dump means ?

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Invalid transmit channel 8 from KISS client app.

 

<<< Data frame from KISS client application, port 8, total length = 18

  000:  80 96 6e 9a 82 a4 40 f4 96 6e 82 9e b4 40 61 3f  ..n...@..n...@a?

  010:  e7 7a                                            .z

Invalid transmit channel 2 from KISS client app.

 

<<< Data frame from KISS client application, port 2, total length = 18

  000:  20 96 6e 9a 82 a4 40 f4 96 6e 82 9e b4 40 61 3f   .n...@..n...@a?

  010:  10 2e                                            ..

[0L] K7AOZ>K7MAR-10:(SABM cmd, p=1)

Audio input device 0 error code -19: No such device

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Terminating after audio input failure.



Trying to understand what this error means : RPi ,Signalink , direwolf , ax.25 , kissattach / pat

Al Szymanski
 

Good day all. Exact same error when the Signalink USB is plugged into the board itself and when plugged into a powered hub.
Clean install of stock Stretch - only adding direwolf, the ax.25 stuff , and pat. 
Any idea what the following direwolf error dump means ?

--------------------------------------

Invalid transmit channel 8 from KISS client app.

 

<<< Data frame from KISS client application, port 8, total length = 18

  000:  80 96 6e 9a 82 a4 40 f4 96 6e 82 9e b4 40 61 3f  ..n...@..n...@a?

  010:  e7 7a                                            .z

Invalid transmit channel 2 from KISS client app.

 

<<< Data frame from KISS client application, port 2, total length = 18

  000:  20 96 6e 9a 82 a4 40 f4 96 6e 82 9e b4 40 61 3f   .n...@..n...@a?

  010:  10 2e                                            ..

[0L] K7AOZ>K7MAR-10:(SABM cmd, p=1)

Audio input device 0 error code -19: No such device

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Audio input device 0 error code -77: File descriptor in bad state

Terminating after audio input failure.


Re: i2c TNC-Pi9K6

John G8BPQ
 

Latest TeensyProjects is at

 

http://www.cantab.net/users/john.wiseman/Downloads/Beta/TeensyProjects.zip

 

I’m travelling for the next couple of days but will look at the LinBPQ i2c code when I get home.

 

73,

John G8BPQ

 

 

 


From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io [mailto:RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io] On Behalf Of E M
Sent: 22 January 2019 14:41
To: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io
Subject: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] i2c TNC-Pi9K6

 

LinBPQ (Nov 18 version) is getting a Remote Pole from TNC-Pi9K6 after about a minute. Does anyone else have experience getting i2c to work with TNC-Pi9K6? Does anyone have newer Teensy Projects firmware for KISS TNC?

Also LinBPQ (Jan 19 version) is not setting i2c based on bpq32.config. It only uses bus 0 device 1.


Re: i2c TNC-Pi9K6

John
 

Sorry, that was really stupid.  I thought the message had been sent directly to me.  Need more coffee!

John W2FS

On Tue, Jan 22, 2019 at 10:15 AM John Hansen <john@...> wrote:
I don't know because I don't actually have much experience using this.  However, I'd suggest you ask at the following group where there are a lot of people with quite a bit of experience with this:


John Hansen
Coastal ChipWorks

On Tue, Jan 22, 2019 at 9:42 AM E M <earlmarkey@...> wrote:
LinBPQ (Nov 18 version) is getting a Remote Pole from TNC-Pi9K6 after about a minute. Does anyone else have experience getting i2c to work with TNC-Pi9K6? Does anyone have newer Teensy Projects firmware for KISS TNC?

Also LinBPQ (Jan 19 version) is not setting i2c based on bpq32.config. It only uses bus 0 device 1.


Re: i2c TNC-Pi9K6

John
 

I don't know because I don't actually have much experience using this.  However, I'd suggest you ask at the following group where there are a lot of people with quite a bit of experience with this:


John Hansen
Coastal ChipWorks


On Tue, Jan 22, 2019 at 9:42 AM E M <earlmarkey@...> wrote:
LinBPQ (Nov 18 version) is getting a Remote Pole from TNC-Pi9K6 after about a minute. Does anyone else have experience getting i2c to work with TNC-Pi9K6? Does anyone have newer Teensy Projects firmware for KISS TNC?

Also LinBPQ (Jan 19 version) is not setting i2c based on bpq32.config. It only uses bus 0 device 1.


i2c TNC-Pi9K6

E M
 

LinBPQ (Nov 18 version) is getting a Remote Pole from TNC-Pi9K6 after about a minute. Does anyone else have experience getting i2c to work with TNC-Pi9K6? Does anyone have newer Teensy Projects firmware for KISS TNC?

Also LinBPQ (Jan 19 version) is not setting i2c based on bpq32.config. It only uses bus 0 device 1.


Long touch right click Raspberry pi 3 with 7 inch screen stretch

Dennis Blanchard
 

Is there an update somewhere that I am missing for the "Stretch" that allows one to do a long touch right click? I'm not using a mouse and am missing have drop-down menus for choices. It looks like this feature was lost a few years ago with "Jessie." I've found discussion about using a two-finger right-click, but with such a small screen, that could prove tough.

Also, I'm using a Bluetooth keyboard (Amazon KT-1167) that does not have a tilda ( ~ ) key, is there a way to generate that? It does have an "option/alt" key.

Thanks all

Dennis, K1YPP


Re: "Ping" a Winlink Gateway?

km4ack
 

In case someone else has this question - https://ardop.groups.io/g/users/topic/ping_winlink_gateway/29094656?p=,,,20,0,0,0::recentpostdate%2Fsticky,,,20,2,0,29094656

I still haven't played with the telnet to try and make it work.

73,
Jason
KM4ACK


Re: "Ping" a Winlink Gateway?

nb7o
 

There is no way to ping a gateway.  Try to connect.  If u hear good tones then u will connect.  Use the propagation prediction as a guide but not absolute ability to connect.

Kevin/NB7O




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