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Re: Sourcecode #corrupt #lost

Jens / DH1AKY
 

@Howard:
ifo a small part isn't free it ist a usual way to publish the free parts (including the config files and the parts calling the non-free code) on the web, usually at a public repo. This way others can re-implement the missing free parts. Thats the open source idea and also the main principle of hamradio development. 

So I begging You to publish all the free code.

Tnx es 73, Jens/DH1AKY


Re: Remote operatiion: RigPi == USB=> IC-7100 no audio (TX or RX) #ic-7100 #audio #remote #rigpi

Tom Thomas <w7tct@...>
 

The four things that got me past the audio hurdles were:
1. For the RigPi's sound card, have the right pins connected on the jumper block for your radio. The jumper module that I got had the notch marked on the opposite end of where the jumper block had its notch. I purchased the module from Signallink as, while it works with my Signallink and the diagram was the same, so it seemed, the notches were not on the same end. (This caused the red Tx/Busy light on my Yaesu FT-891 to flash)
2. I made a "tomt" account on my MacBook's Mumble client and did not rely on the 'pi' or built-in Mumble accounts.
3. From Howard, (thanks!) do not connect the Mumble server to the SuperUser account but rather just use the 'pi' account.
4. Make sure that both client and server Configure : Settings : Audio Input transmit settings are set to 'Continuous'.

If the lips (a hideous icon, IMHO) on the Task bar are still not red, reboot the RigPi and reload the client. If still not red, then something is still off.
Note: I got WSJT-X working first as it was the 'simplest' test of making sure the codec and CAT was working.

Final note for FT-891 users, 38,400 Cat Rate works fine. I found that 19,200 caused RSS to connect and disconnect over and over within a few seconds. 

Hope this helps.


Re: Issue with trying to set up 2 rad

Dan Heather
 

Sorry Gary. Wrong recipient...



Dan Heather👍

Sent from Samsung Galaxy smartphone.


-------- Original message --------
From: Garry Chessen <Garrychessen@...>
Date: 2/7/20 5:57 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: RigPi@groups.io
Subject: [RigPi] Issue with trying to set up 2 rad

I have a FTdx3k and FTdx5k.  I have the 3k set up in Rigpi.  When I set up the 5k under a different account and log in, the same tuner display with the 3k spelled out appears.  I cannot get the 5k tuner to show up. If I look at the settings, they look correct. What am I doing wrong?

 

Garry Chessen WB6IPQ

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: Issue with trying to set up 2 rad

Dan Heather
 

Howard 

Sorry about that. Yes. Your message was in Spam again. 

I would very much appreciate a dual session. Just once. 

I have picked up a Linux Pocket Guide and that's helping.  

I am available pretty much anytime so just let me know when you'd like to do this. 

Thanks Howard.  

Dan Heather👍N1DH

Sent from Samsung Galaxy smartphone.


-------- Original message --------
From: Garry Chessen <Garrychessen@...>
Date: 2/7/20 5:57 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: RigPi@groups.io
Subject: [RigPi] Issue with trying to set up 2 rad

I have a FTdx3k and FTdx5k.  I have the 3k set up in Rigpi.  When I set up the 5k under a different account and log in, the same tuner display with the 3k spelled out appears.  I cannot get the 5k tuner to show up. If I look at the settings, they look correct. What am I doing wrong?

 

Garry Chessen WB6IPQ

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Issue with trying to set up 2 radios in Rigpi

Garry Chessen
 
Edited

I have a FTdx3k and FTdx5k.  I have the 3k set up in Rigpi.  When I set up the 5k under a different account and log in, the same tuner display with the 3k spelled out appears.  I cannot get the 5k tuner to show up. If I look at the settings, they look correct. What am I doing wrong?

UPDATE 2/7/2020 @ 10:38pm CST
/I did some snooping and found under phpMyAdmin /station /Mysettings where I could modify the saved radio setup info.  I fixed that and now I have both tuner setups for the 2 different radios.

 

 10:38pmGarry Chessen WB6IPQ

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: RS-HSIQ setup question

Howard Nurse, W6HN
 

Hi Jim,

If you right-click the Speaker  icon on the Raspberry Pi desktop do you see the USB soundcard there?  If so, select it.  In Mumble>Configure>Settings>Audio Input and Output do you see the USB soundcard there?  If so, select it, click Apply.  When done, restart the Mumble client to have the changes stick.

--Howard


Re: Remote operatiion: RigPi == USB=> IC-7100 no audio (TX or RX) #ic-7100 #audio #remote #rigpi

Howard Nurse, W6HN
 

Hi Neil,

It sounds like you are quite close with Mumble.  Once you have confirmed that audio from the receiver is making it to Mumble (bar graph movement) the Transmission settings in all running Mumble clients must be set to Continuous.  Once you do that the Mumble lips should turn red.

--Howard


Re: Sourcecode #corrupt #lost

Steve Sampson
 

There's a wiki page at the Mumble distribution site.

https://wiki.mumble.info/wiki/Main_Page

Basically you just install mumble and mumble-server using dpkg. There
is some configuration needed, and this may be difficult. When you
install the packages it will require several other packages, and you
get these by doing a 'sudo apt update' and 'sudo apt upgrade' and
rebooting.

rigpi has over 1760 packages installed. So the product took awhile to
engineer and produce :-)

have fun

My problem is that I cannot get Mumble in a stand-alone Raspberry Pi to work.


Re: Sourcecode #corrupt #lost

Howard Nurse, W6HN
 

As has been said, the question of RigPi being open source has been extensively discussed on this forum.  To clarify, everything in the RigPi image is open source except for a small portion of the RigPi server used for the three graphics components.  Instructions for building everything except the RigPi server are readily available on the Internet through a Google search.  The RigPi server source code can be easily seen and modified by anyone caring to do so.  It is not compiled.

There are no patents or copyrights for RigPi.  RigPi is a trademark which I hold.  The schematics for the two RigPi boards are provided on this forum.

Open Source software is free.  The use of free refers to the code being accessible, it is permissible to charge for Open Source software. See the Wikipedia article on Open Source for details. RigPi has been set up on GitHub as a placeholder.  My intent is to provide the RigPi server on Github so others can more easily participate in enhancing it.  I am the only one working on RigPi and I am focused on getting the next release out.  If anyone would like to help, please send me a summary of what you would like to do by private email.

73, Howard W6HN


Re: copying macros between accounts

Howard Nurse, W6HN
 

Hi Russ,

This can be done manually using the program phpMyAdmin found in the Raspberry Pi Application menu under Programming.  The upcoming release has the ability to save and restore macros for any account.  If you want to try the manual approach, please ask for guidance.

The ability to add multiple commands in one macro is fixed in the new release.

—Howard 


Re: Backup of memory card

Steve Sampson
 

Sooner or later you will have to pull the Rigpi apart. The SD card has
a limited lifespan, and you will either have to buy a new one from
MFJ, or copy a new one from your backup for free.

I am loath to pull the RigPi to bits unless I have to


Re: Backup of memory card

Karl Heinz Kremer
 

Yes, if the original was bootable, the copy will be bootable too. Ideally, you would write the backup to a SD card of the same type. This way, you won’t run into problems of the image not fitting. Just because a card says 4, 8 or 16GB does not mean that it has exactly that capacity. And that means that two cards from different manufacturers will very likely have two different capacities. If you want to copy from the smaller one to the larger one, you will not have a problem, but going the other way will not work. 

Karl Heinz - K5KHK 


Re: Backup of memory card

DARREN WHITLEY
 

Will this give a bootable SD Card?

I am loath to pull the RigPi to bits unless I have to

Regards

Darren Whitley


Why not visit my website?

www.daz3210.co.uk


On 7 Feb 2020, at 15:51, Karl Heinz Kremer <khk@...> wrote:



Any backup solution for “normal” Raspberry Pi SD cards will work. Here is some information about software for Windows:
https://raspberrypihq.com/amp/how-to-backup-your-raspberry-pi/

On my Mac, I use ApplePi Baker: https://www.tweaking4all.com/software/macosx-software/applepi-baker-v2/

Karl Heinz - K5KHK 


Re: MACROs to change menu setting in a ftdx 3000

radiorusso
 

Thanks for the answer on how to access the menu option with a macro.   Look at item 76 and 77 these set the levels for data  in and out . I think this applies to the internal sound card.  Have you been able to have a macro to send 2 different commands one right after the other. I would like with 1 macro change  frequency and then set the correct mode (LSB)


73  Russ W4PGT


Re: Sourcecode #corrupt #lost

Karl Heinz Kremer
 

I know that this has been discussed - and answered the same warb- many times before. My problem is that I cannot get Mumble in a stand-alone Raspberry Pi to work. Is there any tutorial that describes how to setup just the open source parts of RigPi? Just as Jens, I am reluctant to buy into something that I cannot recreate based on publicly available information. 

So if somebody has a tutorial to setup the open source parts, I would be much more inclined to shell out the money for the hardware and give it a try, but as long as I cannot even get mumble to work, that’s not an option for me. 


Karl Heinz - K5KHK 


Re: Backup of memory card

Karl Heinz Kremer
 

Any backup solution for “normal” Raspberry Pi SD cards will work. Here is some information about software for Windows:
https://raspberrypihq.com/amp/how-to-backup-your-raspberry-pi/

On my Mac, I use ApplePi Baker: https://www.tweaking4all.com/software/macosx-software/applepi-baker-v2/

Karl Heinz - K5KHK 


Re: Sourcecode #corrupt #lost

Allen
 

Right on.
Allen Higgins
KE8KZO


Re: Sourcecode #corrupt #lost

Allen
 

Jens,
 Strange as it is they may have just used the popular board and designed their firmware around that platform. I used a board that anyone can buy and our company paid coders to write the source code then compiled it and put it on a scan disk. With the RigPi it does not bother me that they are protecting their code. Now if they copied an open source code and did this that is a mistake on their part. And could loos in court as the patent being non valid. I wonder if they applied for a patent on the actual operation of the code as a novel invention and used the open source as a source of information. They could have even trade marked the screen shots. My friend did that with an on the shelf product and coded it the way his client wanted and to protect his coding trade marked the screen shots and he used that in court to collect his back wages as the client was going to stick him. At $299.00 and it works as advertised, what's the beef. 
Allen Higgins
KE8KZO


Re: RS-HSIQ setup question

Jim Reagan <jimreagans@...>
 

Playing with MUMBLE, the error seems to reside there.  When I configure to the C media audio device that it is (input & output), and apply to Mumble, suddenly my USB audio adapter starts blinking. I've tried different options for the adapter, but they always cause the USB adapter to start blinking.
When I exit out of the configure option, Mumble says "[time] Opening chosen ALSA input(also output) failed: invalid argument".
Anyone have an answer?
Jim W0CHL


Re: Backup of memory card

Steve Sampson
 

Remove the SD Card and use any of the Image Software. For example the
Raspberry Pi pages have recommended imagers for various operating
systems. In Linux, you just use "dd" and disc copy the contents to a
.img file.

The SD card is like a disk drive. You wouldn't copy a disk partition
while it was being used, so it's best to always unmount a filesystem
before you back it up. The reason being, is the disk is being written
to, and your backup is then possibly corrupt. There are two partitions
on it: 1) Boot in FAT format, 2) OS in ext3 format. You can't just use
the DOS copy command.

The SD card that comes with the RigPi is really slow. The best thing
to do is buy a larger card (32 Gig) and a Faster card. When you buy a
new SD card get the SD micro to mini size adapter that works with your
Desktop or Laptop.

I would not update/upgrade the OS until after you image the card and
replace it with a better one. Thus, the one that came with it is your
backup, and you should tape this to your desk somewhere. Best to image
the SD the day it arrives in the mail. While you update/upgrade you
will experience how slow the card really is. They usually write slower
than read. So get a new faster card.

There's also the USB hard drive boot option. I.e. get rid of the SD
card after imaging the external hard drive and setting the RPi to USB
boot.

Have fun

On Fri, Feb 7, 2020 at 6:57 AM DARREN WHITLEY via Groups.Io
<darren.whitley=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:

How do you do an appropriate backup of the SD card? Presumably this needs to be bootable in case original goes corrupt, or can you download the software in that event?

Regards

Darren Whitley
Why not visit my website?

www.daz3210.co.uk




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