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Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Neoklis Kyriazis
 

Thanks David! I will try that tomorrow and see what happens. For now
I am watching over my little dog - she got a sting from something and
she has a huge bulge on her cheek. Luckily  my vet agreed to an
emergency call and she is getting better! :-)

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http://www.5b4az.org/

Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

David Fainitski
 

Hello, Neoklis

For now you should set up your PC Ethernet connection to Static IP with 192.168.2.100 address and 255.255.255.0 subnet mask.

Also you should set the 100M Full Duplex  mode on your network card ( I don;t know how to in Linux).

After that your Odyssey will be visible for SDR programs with 192.168.2.160 IP (Static IP)

Read this document https://apache-labs.com/downloadsfiles/1003_ANAN-100-Users-Guide.pdf

If you have changed firmware to ANP version, this manual will be helpful
https://apache-labs.com/download_file.php?downloads_id=1010

David 

Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Neoklis Kyriazis
 

Isaac

I already tried the boot loader under different settings etc but no joy.
There must be some fundamental problem that I don't understand
because of limited knowledge of networking.

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Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Isaac
 

Sorry, I forgot to mention that the Bootloader_2.0 is written in Pyton,
which of course runs on Linux as well as Windows.

Isaac

-----Original Message-----
From: ody-sdr@groups.io <ody-sdr@groups.io> On Behalf Of Sid Boyce
Sent: Saturday, 9 February 2019 0:15
To: ody-sdr@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ody-sdr] Odyssey-2 on Linux

Another thing to try, instal isc-dhcp-server so you can get an IP address
for the PC and hopefully the ODY-2 when you reboot.
https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/dhcp.html.en

Wow! Back then we had lots of rain during the Winter only but nothing that
disruptive.
OK, you are North of Erimi village.
73 ... Sid.


On 08/02/2019 17:29, Neoklis Kyriazis via Groups.Io wrote:
That's weird as the first time I set mine up it was laptop Gigabit
port --> ODY-2.
Hmm, in that case I will have to try some more. I used my desktop
(only a Compulab fitPC4) but with dhcpcd disabled. I will try my
laptop too, in case there is some hardware issue.

I remember the winter downpours there back in the 1966 - 1969,
Yes, in those days it was more rainy. In fact many people feel that
this winter reminds them of that era, we had (have!) a really rainy
weather. But frequent thunderstorms force me to cut off electricity
and unplug everything. Lost some gear including my old computer,
Yaesu power supply, laser printer, roof fans, garage door motor etc
after a direct hit on power cables. And one pine tree in my garden!
( I live in Souni, a few km north of Episkopi).

73's

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Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/



Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Isaac
 

Guys, why don't you use David's Bootloader 2.0
(https://github.com/Dfinitski/Odyssey-2_2017_TRX/blob/master/BootLoader_2.0.
pyw.zip) ? It will find Odyssey-2 and it's IP for you (if it's on the same
network).
It also allows you to set the IP you wish (static IP). And BTW it allows you
to program the Ody bootloader and 2 firmware versions (e.g.
Odyssey_2__1.11_ANP for new (1Gbs) protocol and Odyssey_2__1.11_AOP_100 for
the old one (100Mbs).

73 Isaac 4Z1AO

-----Original Message-----
From: ody-sdr@groups.io <ody-sdr@groups.io> On Behalf Of Sid Boyce
Sent: Saturday, 9 February 2019 0:15
To: ody-sdr@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ody-sdr] Odyssey-2 on Linux

Another thing to try, instal isc-dhcp-server so you can get an IP address
for the PC and hopefully the ODY-2 when you reboot.
https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/dhcp.html.en

Wow! Back then we had lots of rain during the Winter only but nothing that
disruptive.
OK, you are North of Erimi village.
73 ... Sid.


On 08/02/2019 17:29, Neoklis Kyriazis via Groups.Io wrote:
That's weird as the first time I set mine up it was laptop Gigabit
port --> ODY-2.
Hmm, in that case I will have to try some more. I used my desktop
(only a Compulab fitPC4) but with dhcpcd disabled. I will try my
laptop too, in case there is some hardware issue.

I remember the winter downpours there back in the 1966 - 1969,
Yes, in those days it was more rainy. In fact many people feel that
this winter reminds them of that era, we had (have!) a really rainy
weather. But frequent thunderstorms force me to cut off electricity
and unplug everything. Lost some gear including my old computer,
Yaesu power supply, laser printer, roof fans, garage door motor etc
after a direct hit on power cables. And one pine tree in my garden!
( I live in Souni, a few km north of Episkopi).

73's

--
Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/



Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Neoklis Kyriazis
 

Hello, Neoklis.
Hello David

It would be good idea to change the Bootloader to new Bootloader 2.0. This >allows you to flexibly manage parameters with the simple Pyton's program
OK, this is something I should do eventually, but what I am trying to do now
is to communicate with the Ody-2 over the Ethernet connection, using linhpsdr or ghpsdr or some compatible software (I have both compiled OK but they don't communicate with Ody).

What I like to know is, can this be done with a direct connection to my computer, with no Ethernet switch, and with the Ody-2 in its original state
that it was when I bought it? So far any attempts have failed.

Thanks for joining in the discussion!

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Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/

Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

David Fainitski
 

Hello, Neoklis.

It would be good idea to change the Bootloader to new Bootloader 2.0. This allows you to flexibly manage parameters with the simple Pyton's program under Linux.

Also you will to have the possibility write 2 different firmwares (up to 3) and change them fast after restart Ody.

You will need ALTERA USB Blaster for downloading Bootloader 2.0 firmware.

Read here about this  http://ody-sdr.com/2018/05/06/the-bootloader-2-0-for-odyssey-2/

Also you will need to use Pickit 3 from Microchip for flashing PIC processor with new firmware.

David

Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Neoklis Kyriazis
 

Another thing to try, instal isc-dhcp-server so you can get an IP
address for the PC and hopefully the ODY-2 when you reboot.
https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/dhcp.html.en
OK, I will try that too. This may also be relevant although its for
Windoze and ANAN rigs:
http://www.w1aex.com/anan/anan.html#network

OK, you are North of Erimi village.
Wow!, you know my geography better than me...;-)

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Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/

Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Sid Boyce
 

Another thing to try, instal isc-dhcp-server so you can get an IP address for the PC and hopefully the ODY-2 when you reboot.
https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/dhcp.html.en

Wow! Back then we had lots of rain during the Winter only but nothing that disruptive.
OK, you are North of Erimi village.
73 ... Sid.

On 08/02/2019 17:29, Neoklis Kyriazis via Groups.Io wrote:
That's weird as the first time I set mine up it was laptop Gigabit
port --> ODY-2.
Hmm, in that case I will have to try some more. I used my desktop
(only a Compulab fitPC4) but with dhcpcd disabled. I will try my
laptop too, in case there is some hardware issue.

I remember the winter downpours there back in the 1966 - 1969,
Yes, in those days it was more rainy. In fact many people feel that
this winter reminds them of that era, we had (have!) a really rainy
weather. But frequent thunderstorms force me to cut off electricity
and unplug everything. Lost some gear including my old computer,
Yaesu power supply, laser printer, roof fans, garage door motor etc
after a direct hit on power cables. And one pine tree in my garden!
( I live in Souni, a few km north of Episkopi).

73's

--
Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/


Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Neoklis Kyriazis
 

That's weird as the first time I set mine up it was laptop Gigabit
port --> ODY-2.
Hmm, in that case I will have to try some more. I used my desktop
(only a Compulab fitPC4) but with dhcpcd disabled. I will try my
laptop too, in case there is some hardware issue.

I remember the winter downpours there back in the 1966 - 1969,
Yes, in those days it was more rainy. In fact many people feel that
this winter reminds them of that era, we had (have!) a really rainy
weather. But frequent thunderstorms force me to cut off electricity
and unplug everything. Lost some gear including my old computer,
Yaesu power supply, laser printer, roof fans, garage door motor etc
after a direct hit on power cables. And one pine tree in my garden!
( I live in Souni, a few km north of Episkopi).

73's

--
Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/

Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Sid Boyce
 

That's weird as the first time I set mine up it was laptop Gigabit port --> ODY-2.

I remember the winter downpours there back in the 1966 - 1969, absolutely great summers ... was ZC4AB at RAF Episkopi. Found the RAF reissues the callsigns and I met another ZC4AB there in 1992 and there was at least one other holder of that callsign before me.
My last holiday there was in 1992, keep promising to visit.
73 ... Sid.

On 08/02/2019 13:46, Neoklis Kyriazis via Groups.Io wrote:
e.g in Ubuntu ... You can try configuring a static IP address to the
Ethernet port using the GUI, something I have not tried.
Thunderstorms gone (for now), tried it but no luck. Either I really must
use a switch or there is something wrong with Ody-2.

--
Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/

Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Neoklis Kyriazis
 

e.g in Ubuntu ... You can try configuring a static IP address to the
Ethernet port using the GUI, something I have not tried.
Thunderstorms gone (for now), tried it but no luck. Either I really must
use a switch or there is something wrong with Ody-2.

--
Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/

Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Neoklis Kyriazis
 

e.g in Ubuntu ... You can try configuring a static IP address to the
Ethernet port using the GUI, something I have not tried.
Thank you Sid. I will try this too after the thunderstorm we are in!
Have to cut off electricity to protect equipment...

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Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/


Connect the cat6 cable.

"ifconfig -a" should show the interface name, e.g eth0 and if you want
it on e.g 192.168.10 subnet

sudo ip addr add 192.168.10.0/24 dev eth0

sudo ip link set dev eth0 up

Then I ran ./HPSDRProgrammer_web and wrote the IP address in the browser.


This is what I did for my ODY-2 from  a laptop where the Ethernet port
was not connected or configured.

73 ... Sid.


On 07/02/2019 17:28, Volker Debus via Groups.Io wrote:
Try setting the Ethernet speed of your PC NIC to 100MBit (fixed). That
helped me using Windows as OS.


Neoklis Kyriazis via Groups.Io <nkcyham=yahoo.com@groups.io> schrieb
am 12:11 Donnerstag, 7.Februar 2019:


I run mine on a gigabit switch. You can assign a static IP address
https://github.com/TAPR/OpenHPSDR-Protocol2-Programmers/releases
HPSDRProgrammer_web_v0.2.7_linux.tar.gz
I tried it but it also doesn't talk to the Odyssey. I changed the Ethernet
cable too, to a Cat 6 to be sure but it makes no difference.

Unfortunately I have no experience with Ethernet and networking so I am
finding it difficult to troubleshoot. Here is what I have found out so
far:

The firmware in my Odyssey is the original AOP 1.10.

If I disable dhcp, ifconfig only reports the lo local interface. Don't
know if
this means that Ody doesn't have a static IP address?

If I run dhcpcd, ifconfig reports Ody's Ethernet connection with an IP
address
of 169.254.169.245 so presumably there is some communication with Ody?

I am not sure, is the Odyssey-2 in its original "factory" condition as
sold, ready
to work or should I be loading FPGA firmware each time I want to use it?

Pardon my ignorance! and thanks in advance.

--
Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/





Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Sid Boyce
 

e.g in Ubuntu ... You can try configuring a static IP address to the Ethernet port using the GUI, something I have not tried.

Connect the cat6 cable.

"ifconfig -a" should show the interface name, e.g eth0 and if you want it on e.g 192.168.10 subnet

sudo ip addr add 192.168.10.0/24 dev eth0

sudo ip link set dev eth0 up

Then I ran ./HPSDRProgrammer_web and wrote the IP address in the browser.


This is what I did for my ODY-2 from  a laptop where the Ethernet port was not connected or configured.

73 ... Sid.

On 07/02/2019 17:28, Volker Debus via Groups.Io wrote:
Try setting the Ethernet speed of your PC NIC to 100MBit (fixed). That helped me using Windows as OS.


Neoklis Kyriazis via Groups.Io <nkcyham=yahoo.com@groups.io> schrieb am 12:11 Donnerstag, 7.Februar 2019:


I run mine on a gigabit switch. You can assign a static IP address
https://github.com/TAPR/OpenHPSDR-Protocol2-Programmers/releases
HPSDRProgrammer_web_v0.2.7_linux.tar.gz
I tried it but it also doesn't talk to the Odyssey. I changed the Ethernet
cable too, to a Cat 6 to be sure but it makes no difference.

Unfortunately I have no experience with Ethernet and networking so I am
finding it difficult to troubleshoot. Here is what I have found out so far:

The firmware in my Odyssey is the original AOP 1.10.

If I disable dhcp, ifconfig only reports the lo local interface. Don't know if
this means that Ody doesn't have a static IP address?

If I run dhcpcd, ifconfig reports Ody's Ethernet connection with an IP address
of 169.254.169.245 so presumably there is some communication with Ody?

I am not sure, is the Odyssey-2 in its original "factory" condition as sold, ready
to work or should I be loading FPGA firmware each time I want to use it?

Pardon my ignorance! and thanks in advance.

--
Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/





Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Sid Boyce
 

e.g in Ubuntu ... You can try configuring a static IP address to the Ethernet port using the GUI, something I have not tried.

Connect the cat6 cable.

"ifconfig -a" should show the interface name, e.g eth0 and if you want it on e.g 192.168.10 subnet

sudo ip addr add 192.168.10.0/24 dev eth0 sudo ip link set dev eth0 up Then I ran ./HPSDRProgrammer_web and wrote the IP address in the browser.

This is what I did for my ODY-2 from  a laptop where the Ethernet port was not connected or configured.

73 ... Sid.

On 07/02/2019 17:28, Volker Debus via Groups.Io wrote:
Try setting the Ethernet speed of your PC NIC to 100MBit (fixed). That helped me using Windows as OS.


Neoklis Kyriazis via Groups.Io <nkcyham=yahoo.com@groups.io> schrieb am 12:11 Donnerstag, 7.Februar 2019:


I run mine on a gigabit switch. You can assign a static IP address
https://github.com/TAPR/OpenHPSDR-Protocol2-Programmers/releases
HPSDRProgrammer_web_v0.2.7_linux.tar.gz
I tried it but it also doesn't talk to the Odyssey. I changed the Ethernet
cable too, to a Cat 6 to be sure but it makes no difference.

Unfortunately I have no experience with Ethernet and networking so I am
finding it difficult to troubleshoot. Here is what I have found out so far:

The firmware in my Odyssey is the original AOP 1.10.

If I disable dhcp, ifconfig only reports the lo local interface. Don't know if
this means that Ody doesn't have a static IP address?

If I run dhcpcd, ifconfig reports Ody's Ethernet connection with an IP address
of 169.254.169.245 so presumably there is some communication with Ody?

I am not sure, is the Odyssey-2 in its original "factory" condition as sold, ready
to work or should I be loading FPGA firmware each time I want to use it?

Pardon my ignorance! and thanks in advance.

--
Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/





Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Neoklis Kyriazis
 

I have never gotten the direct connection to work - even with the Static IP
assignment to the ODY2. 
...
I have done an experiment where I gave my Windows system a static IP and
direct connected to the ODY2. Didn't work.
Thanks Steve, that might explain my difficulties. I will also try the hint of reducing
speed to 100M as well. Pity there are such problems though, perhaps USB might
have been better...

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http://www.5b4az.org/

Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Volker Debus
 

Try setting the Ethernet speed of your PC NIC to 100MBit (fixed). That helped me using Windows as OS.


Neoklis Kyriazis via Groups.Io <nkcyham@...> schrieb am 12:11 Donnerstag, 7.Februar 2019:


>I run mine on a gigabit switch. You can assign a static IP address
>https://github.com/TAPR/OpenHPSDR-Protocol2-Programmers/releases
>HPSDRProgrammer_web_v0.2.7_linux.tar.gz
I tried it but it also doesn't talk to the Odyssey. I changed the Ethernet
cable too, to a Cat 6 to be sure but it makes no difference.

Unfortunately I have no experience with Ethernet and networking so I am
finding it difficult to troubleshoot. Here is what I have found out so far:

The firmware in my Odyssey is the original AOP 1.10.

If I disable dhcp, ifconfig only reports the lo local interface. Don't know if
this means that Ody doesn't have a static IP address?

If I run dhcpcd, ifconfig reports Ody's Ethernet connection with an IP address
of 169.254.169.245 so presumably there is some communication with Ody?

I am not sure, is the Odyssey-2 in its original "factory" condition as sold, ready
to work or should I be loading FPGA firmware each time I want to use it?

Pardon my ignorance! and thanks in advance.

--
Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/





Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Steven Wilson
 

Nick,

I have never gotten the direct connection to work - even with the Static IP assignment to the ODY2. 

Maybe Sid has other experience??  (Hi Sid!!!)

I run my system into a switch which is also attached to a router that has a DHCP master.  The ODY2 originally had an issue with DHCP - so I assigned a static IP.. and it has remained that way for over a year.  My system gets its IP address from the DHCP master. It then can route packets to the same switch as the ODY2 is attached and they see each other as they are in the same sub-net.

I have done an experiment where I gave my Windows system a static IP and direct connected to the ODY2. Didn't work.

Steve



On Thu, Feb 7, 2019 at 3:11 AM Neoklis Kyriazis via Groups.Io <nkcyham=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
>I run mine on a gigabit switch. You can assign a static IP address
>https://github.com/TAPR/OpenHPSDR-Protocol2-Programmers/releases
>HPSDRProgrammer_web_v0.2.7_linux.tar.gz
I tried it but it also doesn't talk to the Odyssey. I changed the Ethernet
 cable too, to a Cat 6 to be sure but it makes no difference.

Unfortunately I have no experience with Ethernet and networking so I am
finding it difficult to troubleshoot. Here is what I have found out so far:

The firmware in my Odyssey is the original AOP 1.10.

If I disable dhcp, ifconfig only reports the lo local interface. Don't know if
this means that Ody doesn't have a static IP address?

If I run dhcpcd, ifconfig reports Ody's Ethernet connection with an IP address
of 169.254.169.245 so presumably there is some communication with Ody?

I am not sure, is the Odyssey-2 in its original "factory" condition as sold, ready
to work or should I be loading FPGA firmware each time I want to use it?

Pardon my ignorance! and thanks in advance.

--
Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/



Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Neoklis Kyriazis
 

I run mine on a gigabit switch. You can assign a static IP address
https://github.com/TAPR/OpenHPSDR-Protocol2-Programmers/releases
HPSDRProgrammer_web_v0.2.7_linux.tar.gz
I tried it but it also doesn't talk to the Odyssey. I changed the Ethernet
cable too, to a Cat 6 to be sure but it makes no difference.

Unfortunately I have no experience with Ethernet and networking so I am
finding it difficult to troubleshoot. Here is what I have found out so far:

The firmware in my Odyssey is the original AOP 1.10.

If I disable dhcp, ifconfig only reports the lo local interface. Don't know if
this means that Ody doesn't have a static IP address?

If I run dhcpcd, ifconfig reports Ody's Ethernet connection with an IP address
of 169.254.169.245 so presumably there is some communication with Ody?

I am not sure, is the Odyssey-2 in its original "factory" condition as sold, ready
to work or should I be loading FPGA firmware each time I want to use it?

Pardon my ignorance! and thanks in advance.

--
Best Regards
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ
http://www.5b4az.org/

Re: Odyssey-2 on Linux

Neoklis Kyriazis
 

OK, thanks to everyone for the response. I will try the tips and also try a better Ethernet cable, it may not be good enough for 1 GHz. I have the Ody connected directly to my computer's Ethernet socket.

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http://www.5b4az.org/