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Re: iPhone remote login

John G0GCQ
 

Hi Larry

Thanks. I will try that shortly.

I have used TeamViewer in the past, so I guess this is similar 👍🏻

So you don’t use the web browser on your external tablet or phone, then, but you directly control the RigPi via Anydesk?

Cheers
John

On 27 Dec 2019, at 18:34, Lawrence I. Kaplan via Groups.Io <lkdds=ptd.net@groups.io> wrote:

I had issues with the VNC . I installed AnyDesk on the rigpi and I can remote in without a hassle.

Larry AB3TY


Re: iPhone remote login

Lawrence I. Kaplan
 

I had issues with the VNC . I installed AnyDesk on the rigpi and I can remote in without a hassle.

Larry AB3TY 


On Dec 27, 2019, at 1:26 PM, John G0GCQ <g0gcq.john@...> wrote:

Hi there :-)

I will be following this as I have the same issue. I have tried to use VNC Viewer, as the server is already running on the RigPi, but it will not log-in (U= Pi   P=7388).

I am also hoping to receive a code back from the Commcat server so that I can give that a go.

I'll keep you informed if I find a way ....... or you might beat me to it?

HNY de John G0GCQ


Re: iPhone remote login

John G0GCQ
 

Hi there :-)

I will be following this as I have the same issue. I have tried to use VNC Viewer, as the server is already running on the RigPi, but it will not log-in (U= Pi   P=7388).

I am also hoping to receive a code back from the Commcat server so that I can give that a go.

I'll keep you informed if I find a way ....... or you might beat me to it?

HNY de John G0GCQ


Many thanks

John G0GCQ
 

Happy Christmas / New Year Folks 🎅🏻

Just a quick update:

1) Purchased RigPi 9 days ago 👍🏻
2) Using it with my Icom IC-7300 via USB port.
3) Set most of it up on Christmas Eve, but no audio coming through Mumble, even though connected.
4) Followed instructions (topic 31733218) posted by Howard W6HN, quoting Harold W5ZZT, to the letter, re: settings for RigPi, Mumble & IC-7300.

All worked 🎉 No problem & easy to follow!
Using my iPhone & iPad without issue 👍🏻

Now all I need to do is work out the VNC to be able to use the system outside my property 🙏🏻

Best 73 all & thank goodness for all the help available here 😀

Best 73 de John G0GCQ


Re: Rotor control: NAN

Erik Plourde <erikplourde@...>
 

ttyUSB1 for radio and ttyUSB0 for rotor control

Le mer. 25 déc. 2019 à 23:24, Jim Kravetz - KK5VG <tourwing@...> a écrit :
What port are you using for your radio?

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Re: Ordering MFJ-1234 SD Cards

Mike K0JTA
 
Edited

Update:  This package has now been SOLD to Richard Monroe.
73;  Mike, K0JTA


MFJ-1234 and FT-920

Tom Schmidt
 

Hi everyone,
I'm interested in purchasing the MFJ-1234 RigPi to interface with my Yaesu FT-920. Are there any '920 users that have their MFJ-1234 interfaced with said rig? What should I be aware of when setting it up?

'73, Tom, N8EUI


Re: Ordering MFJ-1234 SD Cards

Richard Monroe
 

Mike, may have succeeded!   Phone 562 followed by 9721976 for contact.  I paid fees on my end so should be $80 to you.  Now my fun starts will await arrival of spares and then tackle software.   From the number of blogs, there seem to be many users in various levels of implementation.  Somewhere along the line I will ask Mr. Nurse if he is related to David Nurse, Heathkit exec., whom I met during my time there.
73’s again until your confirmation of status.
Rich


On Dec 26, 2019, at 1:38 PM, Richard Monroe via Groups.Io <richmonroe@...> wrote:

Greetings, I would appreciate all for the $80 US.  My QRZ is not mail address.  I will get started! k8JKI


On Dec 26, 2019, at 12:40 PM, Mike K0JTA <mike@...> wrote:

Hello, Richard;

Yep, still available!  Which are you interested in?  The SD cards or the SD cards WITH the Raspberry PI computer?

My email address is OK and good in this link:
https://www.qrz.com/db/k0jta

Please use PayPal's "sending funds to a friend."  This way, the three or so percent FEE is not deducted from my funds.

Please send me your mailing address in a separate email.  I will ship as soon as possible.

Thank you and 73!  Mike, K0JTA


Re: Ordering MFJ-1234 SD Cards

Richard Monroe
 

Greetings, I would appreciate all for the $80 US.  My QRZ is not mail address.  I will get started! k8JKI


On Dec 26, 2019, at 12:40 PM, Mike K0JTA <mike@...> wrote:

Hello, Richard;

Yep, still available!  Which are you interested in?  The SD cards or the SD cards WITH the Raspberry PI computer?

My email address is OK and good in this link:
https://www.qrz.com/db/k0jta

Please use PayPal's "sending funds to a friend."  This way, the three or so percent FEE is not deducted from my funds.

Please send me your mailing address in a separate email.  I will ship as soon as possible.

Thank you and 73!  Mike, K0JTA


Re: Ordering MFJ-1234 SD Cards

Mike K0JTA
 

Hello, Richard;

Yep, still available!  Which are you interested in?  The SD cards or the SD cards WITH the Raspberry PI computer?

My email address is OK and good in this link:
https://www.qrz.com/db/k0jta

Please use PayPal's "sending funds to a friend."  This way, the three or so percent FEE is not deducted from my funds.

Please send me your mailing address in a separate email.  I will ship as soon as possible.

Thank you and 73!  Mike, K0JTA


Re: Ordering MFJ-1234 SD Cards

Richard Monroe
 

Greetings, still available?  Will purchase, method of payment?  K8JKI.  


On Dec 26, 2019, at 9:13 AM, Mike K0JTA <mike@...> wrote:

Hello, Gary;

Yes, I see that the price for the SD card has indeed gone to $49.95:
https://www.mfjenterprises.com/Product.php?productid=MFJ-1234SD

The new SHIPPING cost is really surprising, as you have reported!  (Wow..!)

I have one that I am willing to sell.  (This is due to my ongoing health issues that are cancer-based.) 

The original SD card was placed into my Raspberry PI only time time, and this was so I could make a backup of the factory-fresh device.

I have the BACKUP as my active and experimental SD card, as I have heard that in some cases, the original was damaged and had to be replaced by MFJ.

So, what I have to sell is the ORIGINAL SD CARD and a BACKUP SD CARD.  The backup SD now has my call sign which can be overwritten, so that you can add your call.  I experimented by trying to couple the RigPI (Raspberry PI) to my IC-7300.  I was able to gain full and easy access, but I had no audio.  My mind is muddled by the chemo treatments and related, so I just was unable to figure it all out.  I also had an issue with port forwarding, which I am very familiar with, but my "test ISP" is based on the Verizon cell system, which has no means of port forwarding access.  (So my plan was to get the RigPI accessible on my LAN, then use ANYDESK (etc.) and SKYPE to compete the remote access.)

Howard Nurse has been STELLAR in his assistance to me, I must add!  But even his heroics were not able to get me trough this seemingly simple process.  Thank you, HOWARD!!!

I must give up this fascinating project...  I will ship the two SD cards to a USA-based mailing address for US$54.  I have a Raspberry PI computer that I could also sell for US$25, plus shipping.  (Buy the PI and the two SD cards for a total of US$80, which will include the shipping!)

Thank you for considering!  73 from Mike, K0JTA


Re: Ordering MFJ-1234 SD Cards

Mike K0JTA
 

Hello, Gary;

Yes, I see that the price for the SD card has indeed gone to $49.95:
https://www.mfjenterprises.com/Product.php?productid=MFJ-1234SD

The new SHIPPING cost is really surprising, as you have reported!  (Wow..!)

I have one that I am willing to sell.  (This is due to my ongoing health issues that are cancer-based.) 

The original SD card was placed into my Raspberry PI only time time, and this was so I could make a backup of the factory-fresh device.

I have the BACKUP as my active and experimental SD card, as I have heard that in some cases, the original was damaged and had to be replaced by MFJ.

So, what I have to sell is the ORIGINAL SD CARD and a BACKUP SD CARD.  The backup SD now has my call sign which can be overwritten, so that you can add your call.  I experimented by trying to couple the RigPI (Raspberry PI) to my IC-7300.  I was able to gain full and easy access, but I had no audio.  My mind is muddled by the chemo treatments and related, so I just was unable to figure it all out.  I also had an issue with port forwarding, which I am very familiar with, but my "test ISP" is based on the Verizon cell system, which has no means of port forwarding access.  (So my plan was to get the RigPI accessible on my LAN, then use ANYDESK (etc.) and SKYPE to compete the remote access.)

Howard Nurse has been STELLAR in his assistance to me, I must add!  But even his heroics were not able to get me trough this seemingly simple process.  Thank you, HOWARD!!!

I must give up this fascinating project...  I will ship the two SD cards to a USA-based mailing address for US$54.  I have a Raspberry PI computer that I could also sell for US$25, plus shipping.  (Buy the PI and the two SD cards for a total of US$80, which will include the shipping!)

Thank you for considering!  73 from Mike, K0JTA


iPhone remote login

Cdryanhall@...
 

I’m looking through  the topics to find out how to remote login in with a iPhone? I got everything to work at home and it works great now trying to do it from away from the house. When I get more time will try on a computer from remote just not sure how to on a iPhone 


Re: Connecting RSS to IC-7100 #icom

Larry Lentz
 

Well I figured out the basic rig control (use USB0). Now to get audio 😎


Re: Rotor control: NAN

Jim Kravetz - KK5VG
 

What port are you using for your radio?


Re: Rotor control: NAN

Erik Plourde <erikplourde@...>
 

Always are 😊! 

Yep tried that too. No chance there. 

Le mer. 25 déc. 2019 à 19:44, Jim Kravetz - KK5VG <tourwing@...> a écrit :
Are dumb & redundant ideas ok? Did you shut down everything, including the rotor controller, and boot it back up?

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418-934-3351


Re: Ordering MFJ-1234 SD Cards

Gary
 

It's worse than that now.  The SD card with the RigPi OS now goes for fifty bucks, and the first class shipping, which should cost 55¢, now costs $18.


Re: Rotor control: NAN

Jim Kravetz - KK5VG
 

Are dumb & redundant ideas ok? Did you shut down everything, including the rotor controller, and boot it back up?


Connecting RSS to IC-7100 #icom

Larry Lentz
 

Just got a RigPi for Christmas 🤶, but it doesn't recognize my IC-7100. I have it connected via the USB port on the radio. RSS say No Radio. I'm obviously missing somey. I have set that as my radio in Basic and Advanced radio settings.

Thanks in advance - N5LL


Re: Rotor control: NAN

Erik Plourde <erikplourde@...>
 

Hello

Yes I did set a permanent usb Id for the rotor. 

Still not workin. Any other ideas everyone?

Le mar. 24 déc. 2019 à 22:55, Jim Kravetz - KK5VG <tourwing@...> a écrit :

Hi Eric. 

Have you made the rotor USB cable “permanent” by using the USB ID app that’s on the RigPi? If not, open it up and follow the instructions. Very simple. I then went back into Settings>Rotor and changed the PORT to the cable I just made permanent. This worked for me when I was having the same problem. 

Good luck. 

Jim

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Erik Plourde
418-934-3351