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Re: What id the minimum ssd/ hard drive that is needed for buster 10.4?

David Cameron - IRLP
 

I would go no lower than 8gb. I have been using 16gb ide, usata, and sd cards in embedded nodes for a while now. 

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From: kd1yh <kd1yh@...>
Date: 7/28/20 6:06 PM (GMT-08:00)
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Subject: [IRLP] What id the minimum ssd/ hard drive that is needed for buster 10.4?

What id the minimum ssd/ hard drive  that is needed for buster Debian 10.4?
Paul Upham
KD1YH
node 8581


Re: What id the minimum ssd/ hard drive that is needed for buster 10.4?

bruce clements
 

I’m using a 4gig ssd in a thin client and all works well. 
Bruce 
Ve3bv 


On Jul 28, 2020, at 9:06 PM, kd1yh <kd1yh@...> wrote:


What id the minimum ssd/ hard drive  that is needed for buster Debian 10.4?
Paul Upham
KD1YH
node 8581


Re: What id the minimum ssd/ hard drive that is needed for buster 10.4?

Teton Amateur Radio Repeater Association (TARRA)
 

Honestly, you would probably have trouble finding anything that small. I think mine is less than 4 gig.

Mick - W7CAT
Node 3464


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What id the minimum ssd/ hard drive that is needed for buster 10.4?

kd1yh
 

What id the minimum ssd/ hard drive  that is needed for buster Debian 10.4?
Paul Upham
KD1YH
node 8581


PS re [IRLP] Relocating node #piirlp

John
 

Opps, I expected the troubleshooting page to be saved.

Dale, click on 'troubleshooting' in the left hand menu

On 29/07/2020 7:12 am, John wrote:
http://www.irlp.net/
This page itemises all the troubleshoot-irlp tests
I'd normally past you email here, but there are too many to sift through.
HTH
73 John @ 6163


re [IRLP] Relocating node #piirlp

John
 

http://www.irlp.net/

This page itemises all the troubleshoot-irlp tests

I'd normally past you email here, but there are too many to sift through.

HTH
73 John @ 6163


Relocating node #piirlp

dale.tongue
 

I relocated from Korea back to the US within the last year and had issues getting it online.  Originally it was thought that it was purely a port forwarding issue, but now I'm thinking maybe a network problem.  My notes are below, and I would like to see if there's a document I can read up on, or something that can help me rule out networking as an issue. 

I've run the "troubleshoot-irlp" script which is a big help, and my notes are below:

On the troubleshoot-irlp script I the DNS server Name test (test 1), but fail on Test 2 (port forwarding) and I'm still working that issue.  Test 3 I have ports outbound not functioning either.  Again I am still working on the port forwarding issue.

Test 4 through 8 passes

Test 9 (Date) I set the date string and it shows current date, but when it tries "rdate", I get  "Could not connect socket: No route to host".  I'm wondering if this could be part of my port forwarding issue (a network issue).  In testing my network, I found my IPv3 address and tracerouted to the IP ok.  I cannot PING the same address.  I can even traceroute to a commercial IP address, but I can't ping it (which may be turned off at the distant end). 

If there is a document that I can read up on for these issues, I'd like to know where I can get it. 

Thanks in advance.
Dale Tongue
AC7NP
Node 5555 last time it was on.


Re: time announcements distorted

David Cameron - IRLP
 

The problem with this (and many other) scripts written years ago is that the program sox which takes the files as .ul files and pastes them together to make a single, congruent wav file to play changed its arguments, and deprecated and removed the options used.

A new speaktime was written and posted 3 years ago, but it seems to be lost in the groups.io transition.

Any program that uses sox needs to be updated if the operating system is updated.

David Cameron
VE7LTD

On 27/07/2020 6:06 p.m., Bob740 wrote:
I contacted Dave Parks WB8ODF and downloaded his speaktime script from his web site. Works great! It has both American male and Australian female voices. I'll never know why the original speaktime script had scratchy sounding audio but it doesn't matter any more.


Re: Scratchy sounding audio files

Bob740
 

I contacted Dave Parks WB8ODF and downloaded his speaktime script from his web site. Works great! It has both American male and Australian female voices. I'll never know why the original speaktime script had scratchy sounding audio but it doesn't matter any more.


Re: time announcements distorted

Bob740
 

I contacted Dave Parks WB8ODF and downloaded his speaktime script from his web site. Works great! It has both American male and Australian female voices. I'll never know why the original speaktime script had scratchy sounding audio but it doesn't matter any more.


Re: time announcements distorted

Richard n
 

I think the solution was to replace the files. but I didn't pay much attention to it. I need to fix mine also. Hopefully someone has the answer.

Richard, AJ7E
On 7/27/2020 11:38 AM, Bob740 wrote:

What was the solution? I am using a script called speaktime. It is installed in the /home/irlp/features/speaktime directory. The audio files are in the /home/irlp/features/speaktime/audio directory. When played they sound scratchy. The .wav files were updated in November, 2019. I don't know how they got updated, but I think that's when the problem started. The .ul files haven't been updated since 2008. I'm a novice in this area so any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Bob
KE0SDV
7268


Re: time announcements distorted

Nosey Nick VA3NNW
 

Bob740 wrote:
What was the solution? I am using a script called speaktime. [...] When played they sound scratchy. The .wav files were updated in November,
Speaktime doesn't seem to be part of a standard installation, and web-searches are a bit inconclusive (most are archives of this mailing-list!)

...but tell you what, I have access to an Amazon-Alexa-like synthetic voice and can easily create any spoken-word WAVs I want. Send me (off list) a ZIP of your existing scratchy WAVs, or a list of filenames and what they SHOULD say, and I'll send you back a replacement ZIP of nice fresh Alexa-ish ones.

Nick VA3NNW

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Re: time announcements distorted

Bob740
 

What was the solution? I am using a script called speaktime. It is installed in the /home/irlp/features/speaktime directory. The audio files are in the /home/irlp/features/speaktime/audio directory. When played they sound scratchy. The .wav files were updated in November, 2019. I don't know how they got updated, but I think that's when the problem started. The .ul files haven't been updated since 2008. I'm a novice in this area so any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Bob
KE0SDV
7268


Re: help needed 10060 error

k9dc
 

I thought about suggesting that. But unfortunately, he is running a nanonode which precludes access to the CLI for most owners. IRLP VPN could also be used to get around any lingering port forwarding issues. I am expecting additional interaction.

-k9dc

On Jul 27, 2020, at 09:48, David McAnally <david.mcanally@...> wrote:

It would seem he is using VK6ET-L. Both stn6427 and VK6ET-L are shown on the same IP address. Running troubleshoot-irlp might be a next step, as well as describing the network topology for the node.

David M.
WD5M

On Mon, Jul 27, 2020 at 8:42 AM k9dc <Dave@...> wrote:

Nanonode Echolink will not work with VK6ET as a call sign. You can only use that callsign on a device that does not include a radio (sysop mode), i.e. a local PC or smart phone. You must separately set up VK6ET-L or VK6ET-R as a callsign, and apply that to the Nanonode. That setup is done inside Echolink, and has nothing to do with IRLP.

-k9dc

On Jul 27, 2020, at 08:55, Raymond Jackson <vk6et@...> wrote:

Hi, I have been having trouble with the Nanonode, got that sorted out but can not get Echolink working on the node so i eed to sort that out, thanks for the thought, IRLP 6427 and the call sign is VK6ET, name is Ray, cheers and 73s.


Re: help needed 10060 error

David McAnally
 

It would seem he is using VK6ET-L. Both stn6427 and VK6ET-L are shown on the same IP address. Running troubleshoot-irlp might be a next step, as well as describing the network topology for the node.

David M.
WD5M


On Mon, Jul 27, 2020 at 8:42 AM k9dc <Dave@...> wrote:

Nanonode Echolink will not work with VK6ET as a call sign. You can only use that callsign on a device that does not include a radio (sysop mode), i.e. a local PC or smart phone.  You must separately set up VK6ET-L or VK6ET-R as a callsign, and apply that to the Nanonode. That setup is done inside Echolink, and has nothing to do with IRLP.

-k9dc

> On Jul 27, 2020, at 08:55, Raymond Jackson <vk6et@...> wrote:
>
> Hi, I have been having trouble with the Nanonode, got that sorted out but can not get Echolink working on the node so i eed to sort that out, thanks for the thought, IRLP 6427 and the call sign is VK6ET, name is Ray, cheers and 73s.






Re: help needed 10060 error

k9dc
 

Nanonode Echolink will not work with VK6ET as a call sign. You can only use that callsign on a device that does not include a radio (sysop mode), i.e. a local PC or smart phone. You must separately set up VK6ET-L or VK6ET-R as a callsign, and apply that to the Nanonode. That setup is done inside Echolink, and has nothing to do with IRLP.

-k9dc

On Jul 27, 2020, at 08:55, Raymond Jackson <vk6et@...> wrote:

Hi, I have been having trouble with the Nanonode, got that sorted out but can not get Echolink working on the node so i eed to sort that out, thanks for the thought, IRLP 6427 and the call sign is VK6ET, name is Ray, cheers and 73s.


Re: help needed 10060 error

Raymond Jackson <vk6et@...>
 

Hi, I have been having trouble with the Nanonode, got that sorted out but can not get Echolink working on the node so i eed to sort that out, thanks for the thought, IRLP 6427 and the call sign is VK6ET, name is Ray, cheers and 73s.

On 7/27/2020 8:25 PM, k9dc wrote:
To answer your specific question: Yes, it is very possible to have a happy ending.

But to help you with whatever your problem might be, you need to tell us a little more.

For example, what are your node numbers? What are your echolink callsigns. Who is your ISP and what technology is in use. Are there any routers (of yours) between you and the public Internet. Also (and probably the most important) tell us exactly what is happening or not happening with your various nodes. “It stopped working” does not tell us much.

There is no phone application for IRLP, so we won’t be able to help with that. Generally all support for the Nanonode comes from the manufacturer who has recently gone out of business. But there might be some generic help available.

-k9dc


On Jul 27, 2020, at 04:53, Raymond Jackson <vk6et@...> wrote:

I have had Echolink for many years both on my phone, computer and a Nanonode about six months ago it stopped working on my Nanonode and both computers since then I have tried allpeople from my ISP provider friends to Netcomm and finally today an hour and a half with a comercial IT firm who went through all the options to fix the fault, now can this have a happy ending?.

--
Ray Jackson
vk6et@...
0409574121
--
Ray Jackson
vk6et@...
0409574121


Re: help needed 10060 error

k9dc
 

To answer your specific question: Yes, it is very possible to have a happy ending.

But to help you with whatever your problem might be, you need to tell us a little more.

For example, what are your node numbers? What are your echolink callsigns. Who is your ISP and what technology is in use. Are there any routers (of yours) between you and the public Internet. Also (and probably the most important) tell us exactly what is happening or not happening with your various nodes. “It stopped working” does not tell us much.

There is no phone application for IRLP, so we won’t be able to help with that. Generally all support for the Nanonode comes from the manufacturer who has recently gone out of business. But there might be some generic help available.

-k9dc

On Jul 27, 2020, at 04:53, Raymond Jackson <vk6et@...> wrote:

I have had Echolink for many years both on my phone, computer and a Nanonode about six months ago it stopped working on my Nanonode and both computers since then I have tried allpeople from my ISP provider friends to Netcomm and finally today an hour and a half with a comercial IT firm who went through all the options to fix the fault, now can this have a happy ending?.

--
Ray Jackson
vk6et@...
0409574121


help needed 10060 error

Raymond Jackson <vk6et@...>
 

I have had Echolink for many years both on my phone, computer and a Nanonode about six months ago it stopped working on my Nanonode and both computers since then I have tried allpeople from my ISP provider friends to Netcomm and finally today an hour and a half with a comercial IT firm who went through all the options to fix the fault, now can this have a happy ending?.

--
Ray Jackson
vk6et@...
0409574121


Re: time announcements distorted

Richard n
 

It was... I found that I have the same problem with distorted audio, but I couldn't find the relevant message.

Richard, AJ7E
On 7/25/2020 8:13 PM, Bob740 wrote:

I have the same problem. Did you ever get it resolved?

Regards,
Bob Leavitt
KE0SDV
7268