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"Dangerous", "Deceptive", "Your password may be compromised" warning in Chrome

Mark Schroeder, W7KHZ
 

Just popped up the RigPi through my DDNS on port 7488. But, it was less exciting when Chrome stopped connections after using the RSS login credentials I have as it then began complaining about it being a "dangerous"  and deceptive location and that I needed to immediately change passwords, etc. Tried this on other computers connected through VPN on other networks using Chrome with the same results. It would not let me connect to the harmless little RigPi.

Funny thing, when I used Firefox, it only gave me a flag indicating that connections could be compromised and it was insecure, but it let me connect.

Checked using the iPhone Safari browser and nothing unusual...(yet?).

Have not had anything like this on any of the Pi devices I run similarly on several networks. Even with the same domain name.

Is anyone else having this problem? Do we need to now install SSL onto our little Pi platforms? Is RSS doing something behind the scenes that may be calling up this security flag?

Thanks - Mark, W7KHZ


Re: Can't figure out how to set up Mumble on LAN PC (using FT-991a with RigPi) #ft-991a #mumble

Barry VA6DX
 

Thanks guys! Things are looking up.
Video update


Re: Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

Garry Chessen
 

Thanks Bruce. I did not make a backup until I had made changes. I will have to see about getting a new SD card from MFJ for the backup. 


On May 6, 2020, at 12:30 PM, Bruce N7XGR <n7xgr1@...> wrote:


Garry,  This is very good news.  This is a reminder to do a complete clone of the original
rigpi card before doing any settings.  You can do this within the PI's system using the
clone utility.  Do this especially before any unique WIFI/LAN settings and before
you do any password changes.  Make 2 clones of the original card, one for safe keeping
then the other to then make changes.  Once all settings/changes are done then again
make another clone.  In other words make a backup to a backup to a backup.
This will save anybody time to get back to a square before the problem.

Bruce  N7XGR

On Wed, May 6, 2020 at 12:57 PM Glenn VE9GJ <ve9gj@...> wrote:
Great stuff Garry, you worked hard for this one!
73
Glenn VE9GJ

On May 6, 2020 1:02:18 PM ADT, Garry Chessen <Garrychessen@...> wrote:

UPDATE: I # OUT THE LINES IN DHCPCD.CONF FILE AND NOW WIFI AND ETHERNET CONNECT. Thanks all for your assistance.

 

Garry Chessen

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Garry Chessen via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 11:00 AM
To: RigPi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RigPi] Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

 

Bruce, I downloaded the Raspberry pi Raspbian and installed it. I can now get to internet with wifi and ethernet.  Must be something wrong with the Rigpi software. Bruce or anyone, I do not remember how I set up the static port in my Rigpi. What files do I need to change to remove the static address? This may fix my problem or else I need a new MFJ programmed SD card.

 

Howard, if you read this, I still do not get a green light on the Ethernet port.

 

Garry Chessen

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Michael Bridak
Sent: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 11:39 PM
To: RigPi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RigPi] Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

 

The picture when you hovered over the network icon showed 192.168.1.75/24 the /24 would make it a class c network ( subnet mask 255.255.255.0) which would isolate it from the 0.x network.
it might work if you changed the subnet mask to 255.255.0.0 or a /16 network. it depends on the local addressing settings on the router as well.

But just for funzies i'd try setting it back to dhcp. restart the pi, verify route, then note the network settings handed out by the dhcp server in your router.
then move on from there.

 

 


Re: IC-706

Howard Nurse, W6HN
 

Hi Ted,

Connecting to the IC-706 has been discussed before here on the forum.  Try the Search button at the top of the page to search for them.

--Howard


Re: no RigPi audio in or out

Howard Nurse, W6HN
 

Hi Jim,

The connectors are TX OUT and RX IN.  If you don't hear audio on the TX OUT connector, no audio will make it to your radio.

Audio is not carried through the browser, nor through VNC. Please review  RigPi Help to get more info on using Mumble.  Mumble clients must be running on RigPi and on your remote device.

--Howard


Re: ICom 718 PTT #icom

Howard Nurse, W6HN
 

Hi Gary,

The Audio/Keyer schematics are here in the files section.  Here is a link:

https://groups.io/g/RigPi/files/RigPi%20Documentation/RigPi%20Schematics.pdf

You will see the PTT connection is physical GPIO pin 11, GPIO17.  Note that RigPi uses a CAT command  to see if the radio is in Transmit.  If it doesn't get a response it assumes the radio is not transmitting.  This is changed in the new RigPi 2, currently in Beta.

--Howard


Re: Can't figure out how to set up Mumble on LAN PC (using FT-991a with RigPi) #ft-991a #mumble

wh6eps@...
 

Aloha 
i would set the mumble to default back on the pi you may have to deal with that and audio levels later. I believe your current problem is username and security CA. On the windows box when adding the mumble client the user should be root and 7388 you can create additional users later with call signs. When you received the security CA pop up you pressed no in the video you need to accept that CA and say yes. After an audio connection is established you can go back into the pi and verify the device and adjust levels. Hope this is helpful.
thanks
Gary
WH6EPS


Re: Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

Bruce N7XGR
 

Garry,  This is very good news.  This is a reminder to do a complete clone of the original
rigpi card before doing any settings.  You can do this within the PI's system using the
clone utility.  Do this especially before any unique WIFI/LAN settings and before
you do any password changes.  Make 2 clones of the original card, one for safe keeping
then the other to then make changes.  Once all settings/changes are done then again
make another clone.  In other words make a backup to a backup to a backup.
This will save anybody time to get back to a square before the problem.

Bruce  N7XGR


On Wed, May 6, 2020 at 12:57 PM Glenn VE9GJ <ve9gj@...> wrote:
Great stuff Garry, you worked hard for this one!
73
Glenn VE9GJ

On May 6, 2020 1:02:18 PM ADT, Garry Chessen <Garrychessen@...> wrote:

UPDATE: I # OUT THE LINES IN DHCPCD.CONF FILE AND NOW WIFI AND ETHERNET CONNECT. Thanks all for your assistance.

 

Garry Chessen

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Garry Chessen via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 11:00 AM
To: RigPi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RigPi] Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

 

Bruce, I downloaded the Raspberry pi Raspbian and installed it. I can now get to internet with wifi and ethernet.  Must be something wrong with the Rigpi software. Bruce or anyone, I do not remember how I set up the static port in my Rigpi. What files do I need to change to remove the static address? This may fix my problem or else I need a new MFJ programmed SD card.

 

Howard, if you read this, I still do not get a green light on the Ethernet port.

 

Garry Chessen

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Michael Bridak
Sent: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 11:39 PM
To: RigPi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RigPi] Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

 

The picture when you hovered over the network icon showed 192.168.1.75/24 the /24 would make it a class c network ( subnet mask 255.255.255.0) which would isolate it from the 0.x network.
it might work if you changed the subnet mask to 255.255.0.0 or a /16 network. it depends on the local addressing settings on the router as well.

But just for funzies i'd try setting it back to dhcp. restart the pi, verify route, then note the network settings handed out by the dhcp server in your router.
then move on from there.

 

 


Re: Can't figure out how to set up Mumble on LAN PC (using FT-991a with RigPi) #ft-991a #mumble

Mark Schroeder, W7KHZ
 

Barry,

I have been working on a similar issue with my RigPi and Mumble/Alsamixer. At his point I have been able to get Mumble to connect from PC to RigPi. The first issue I had to “fix” was to be able to get the Mumble server on RigPi to come up without any errors showing. I had to keep testing to try and find the right input/output settings related to the Alsamixer until It would come up like this. I don’t have any audio control yet from the Pi Server, but this was an important fix.

 

Next, in setting up the Mumble client on the PC, I had to add a new server in order to be able to connect to it. You would think that since it sees the server already on the LAN, that it should offer a connection. Not in my experience. So I created the W7KHZ server and am able to connect to it.

 

So, at this point, I am working out other issues, hopefully soon, with Howard on the Alsamixer / drivers for my box. I am more than likely just doing something very incorrect on the Pi when trying to get the audio board properly matched to the Alsamixer so that the Mumble server can I/O my audio the right way.

 

One other thing, be sure to go through the Mumble wizard to test and confirm that your Mumble client is working with the devices you want to use on your computer (microphone, etc.). The client requires that you go into to the Sound Control panel to force the selection for audio resources to use. You can also do the same on the server side (have not been able to get this working yet on my end).

 

Lots of screens and lots of settings on this device. I am very hopefully to get mine running soon. Hope this info may be helpful?

 

>73’s Mark Schroeder, W7KHZ<

 

From: RigPi@groups.io <RigPi@groups.io> On Behalf Of Barry Bergstrom
Sent: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 11:10 PM
To: RigPi@groups.io
Subject: [RigPi] Can't figure out how to set up Mumble on LAN PC (using FT-991a with RigPi) #ft-991a #mumble

 

So I seem to have my FT-991a working and being controlled by the RigPi but I have no way to test if my audio works since I can't get Mumble to work. I loaded Mumble on both my Windows 10 PC and mY Mac (different part of the house) and both are on the LAN with the RigPi. I can use VNC and control the 991a with the PC and Mac but I cannot figure out how to get Mumble to connect to the RigPi so I an test out my audio (in either direction). Anyone have any suggestions of what I might be doing wrong or where I can get 'detailed' instructions on how to get Mumble working on a remote PC (on my LAN)?

Here's a quick and dirty video showing the problems: https://youtu.be/HYfaN8qJc34  This Mumble stuff is new to me so please be detailed if you can help.

Attached is a screen shot of Mumble on my Mac. Again, from the video I have shown above and the attached pic, see anything wrong or how I can get Mumble to connect?


Re: Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

Glenn VE9GJ
 

Great stuff Garry, you worked hard for this one!
73
Glenn VE9GJ


On May 6, 2020 1:02:18 PM ADT, Garry Chessen <Garrychessen@...> wrote:

UPDATE: I # OUT THE LINES IN DHCPCD.CONF FILE AND NOW WIFI AND ETHERNET CONNECT. Thanks all for your assistance.

 

Garry Chessen

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Garry Chessen via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 11:00 AM
To: RigPi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RigPi] Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

 

Bruce, I downloaded the Raspberry pi Raspbian and installed it. I can now get to internet with wifi and ethernet.  Must be something wrong with the Rigpi software. Bruce or anyone, I do not remember how I set up the static port in my Rigpi. What files do I need to change to remove the static address? This may fix my problem or else I need a new MFJ programmed SD card.

 

Howard, if you read this, I still do not get a green light on the Ethernet port.

 

Garry Chessen

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Michael Bridak
Sent: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 11:39 PM
To: RigPi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RigPi] Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

 

The picture when you hovered over the network icon showed 192.168.1.75/24 the /24 would make it a class c network ( subnet mask 255.255.255.0) which would isolate it from the 0.x network.
it might work if you changed the subnet mask to 255.255.0.0 or a /16 network. it depends on the local addressing settings on the router as well.

But just for funzies i'd try setting it back to dhcp. restart the pi, verify route, then note the network settings handed out by the dhcp server in your router.
then move on from there.

 

 


Re: Can't figure out how to set up Mumble on LAN PC (using FT-991a with RigPi) #ft-991a #mumble

Glenn VE9GJ
 

HI Barry

I had a very quick look at your video. When you were on your win10 you did an add new and said that errors popped up and clicked no. It was asking you to accept mumbles ssl certificate. You have to say yes or it will never work.

73
Glenn VE9GJ


On May 6, 2020 3:09:38 AM ADT, Barry Bergstrom <va6dx@...> wrote:

[Edited Message Follows]
[Reason: Attached pic was too small, making a link to show it in better resolution. ]

So I seem to have my FT-991a working and being controlled by the RigPi but I have no way to test if my audio works since I can't get Mumble to work. I loaded Mumble on both my Windows 10 PC and mY Mac (different part of the house) and both are on the LAN with the RigPi. I can use VNC and control the 991a with the PC and Mac but I cannot figure out how to get Mumble to connect to the RigPi so I an test out my audio (in either direction). Anyone have any suggestions of what I might be doing wrong or where I can get 'detailed' instructions on how to get Mumble working on a remote PC (on my LAN)?

Here's a quick and dirty video showing the problems: https://youtu.be/HYfaN8qJc34  This Mumble stuff is new to me so please be detailed if you can help.

Attached is a screen shot of Mumble on my Mac. Again, from the video I have shown above and the attached pic, see anything wrong or how I can get Mumble to connect?

https://photos.app.goo.gl/P4wUwpbUbzmut6Rd6


Re: Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

Garry Chessen
 

UPDATE: I # OUT THE LINES IN DHCPCD.CONF FILE AND NOW WIFI AND ETHERNET CONNECT. Thanks all for your assistance.

 

Garry Chessen

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Garry Chessen via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 11:00 AM
To: RigPi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RigPi] Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

 

Bruce, I downloaded the Raspberry pi Raspbian and installed it. I can now get to internet with wifi and ethernet.  Must be something wrong with the Rigpi software. Bruce or anyone, I do not remember how I set up the static port in my Rigpi. What files do I need to change to remove the static address? This may fix my problem or else I need a new MFJ programmed SD card.

 

Howard, if you read this, I still do not get a green light on the Ethernet port.

 

Garry Chessen

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Michael Bridak
Sent: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 11:39 PM
To: RigPi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RigPi] Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

 

The picture when you hovered over the network icon showed 192.168.1.75/24 the /24 would make it a class c network ( subnet mask 255.255.255.0) which would isolate it from the 0.x network.
it might work if you changed the subnet mask to 255.255.0.0 or a /16 network. it depends on the local addressing settings on the router as well.

But just for funzies i'd try setting it back to dhcp. restart the pi, verify route, then note the network settings handed out by the dhcp server in your router.
then move on from there.

 

 


Re: Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

Garry Chessen
 

Bruce, I downloaded the Raspberry pi Raspbian and installed it. I can now get to internet with wifi and ethernet.  Must be something wrong with the Rigpi software. Bruce or anyone, I do not remember how I set up the static port in my Rigpi. What files do I need to change to remove the static address? This may fix my problem or else I need a new MFJ programmed SD card.

 

Howard, if you read this, I still do not get a green light on the Ethernet port.

 

Garry Chessen

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Michael Bridak
Sent: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 11:39 PM
To: RigPi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RigPi] Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

 

The picture when you hovered over the network icon showed 192.168.1.75/24 the /24 would make it a class c network ( subnet mask 255.255.255.0) which would isolate it from the 0.x network.
it might work if you changed the subnet mask to 255.255.0.0 or a /16 network. it depends on the local addressing settings on the router as well.

But just for funzies i'd try setting it back to dhcp. restart the pi, verify route, then note the network settings handed out by the dhcp server in your router.
then move on from there.

 


Re: ICom 718 PTT #icom

wh6eps@...
 

Aloha 
After a little more testing I discovered the space bar will key the PTT on the windows 10 box, however it is hard to get it to release. The PTT button when pressed lights red however does not control the radio like the space bar does. I tested from both an iPhone and 2 different browsers on the windows box. it seems like something is off with the button code or the Macro.
any help would be apricated.
thanks
Gary
WH6EPS 


Can't figure out how to set up Mumble on LAN PC (using FT-991a with RigPi) #ft-991a #mumble

Barry VA6DX
 
Edited

So I seem to have my FT-991a working and being controlled by the RigPi but I have no way to test if my audio works since I can't get Mumble to work. I loaded Mumble on both my Windows 10 PC and mY Mac (different part of the house) and both are on the LAN with the RigPi. I can use VNC and control the 991a with the PC and Mac but I cannot figure out how to get Mumble to connect to the RigPi so I an test out my audio (in either direction). Anyone have any suggestions of what I might be doing wrong or where I can get 'detailed' instructions on how to get Mumble working on a remote PC (on my LAN)?

Here's a quick and dirty video showing the problems: https://youtu.be/HYfaN8qJc34  This Mumble stuff is new to me so please be detailed if you can help.

Attached is a screen shot of Mumble on my Mac. Again, from the video I have shown above and the attached pic, see anything wrong or how I can get Mumble to connect?

https://photos.app.goo.gl/P4wUwpbUbzmut6Rd6


Re: Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

Michael Bridak
 

The picture when you hovered over the network icon showed 192.168.1.75/24 the /24 would make it a class c network ( subnet mask 255.255.255.0) which would isolate it from the 0.x network.
it might work if you changed the subnet mask to 255.255.0.0 or a /16 network. it depends on the local addressing settings on the router as well.

But just for funzies i'd try setting it back to dhcp. restart the pi, verify route, then note the network settings handed out by the dhcp server in your router.
then move on from there.


no RigPi audio in or out

Jim Yuen
 

I have a RigPi connected to a TS-480HX. I have CAT control but no audio. I can QSO with WSJT-X  on the RigPi via VNC but no audio. PTT works on SSB but no audio received or transmitted. Power meter shows zero. I have Mumble on the laptop which connects with the RigPi.  The connection to the TS-480 is via 6-pin DIN to RXOUT and TXIN . Plugging an earbud into TXIN plays no audio when I try to transmit via VNC SSB

Using the browser on the RigPi has no audio.

Can anyone help?

Thanks,  Jim WH6GS


Re: Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

Garry Chessen
 

Mike, I do have a static IP set in Rigpi. This whole setup was working for a couple of months.

On May 5, 2020, at 10:53 PM, Michael Bridak <michael.bridak@gmail.com> wrote:

choose wireless and wired network settings.
when the dialog pops up and Configure: Interface selected choose your ethernet device


Re: Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

Michael Bridak
 

Just my two cents. 192.168.0.x and 192.168.1.x are two different subnets and would be isolated from each other.
Are you sure that you don't have the pi set up with a static address?

I'd right click the network icon in the upper right, then choose wireless and wired network settings.
when the dialog pops up and Configure: Interface selected choose your ethernet device from the dropdown.
Make sure 'Automatically configure empty options' is checked.
And make use all the fields below that are empty.


Re: Rigpi has no internet connection #rss

Bruce N7XGR
 

Garry,  I would try this, download the current image from here, https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/
I use 7 zip to unzip and use Balena Etcher to put the image on the micro card.  You will only need a 8 GB card.
This will be the final test to see if you can connect it to the router, otherwise might be a bad board.

Bruce  N7XGR


On Tue, May 5, 2020 at 10:15 PM Garry Chessen <Garrychessen@...> wrote:
Ok Howard. I will check with MFJ as it is only 2-3 mos old. 


On May 5, 2020, at 8:46 PM, Howard Nurse, W6HN <hlnurse@...> wrote:

Hi Garry,

I recommend trying a new Raspberry Pi 3B+.  It is unusual for a Raspberry Pi to fail, but all your tests don't leave any other possibility at this point.

--Howard

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