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Re: news line ref 0016

 

HI all.... The issue has been taken care of.... Skips 0016 tried to download Friday's ( 11/27/2020) news.mp3 file from my server wget http://wb8odf.com/scripts/news.mp3 and for some reason (I can't explain) the 11/20 file remained within 3 attempts. I manually removed the OLD news.mp3 file from my server and manually reran my wgetarn script and it worked, all is well and good in the ARNewsline world.  

On Mon, Nov 30, 2020 at 9:19 PM Gary - AG0N <mcduffie@...> wrote:


> On Nov 30, 2020, at 11:36, Randy N9NWA <rbzabel@...> wrote:
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> There is not any contact information for this reflector 0016 0n the reflector page, that's why I was asking here.

Try Skip, WB6YMH.  Skip is the person who set it up years ago and kept it running.  He has told me in the past that he no longer monitors it (uses it) so he doesn’t know when it is working and when it isn’t.  My last communication with him did receive a response and the problem was fixed, but that was a few years ago.

Gary - AG0N









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Re: news line ref 0016

Gary - AG0N
 

On Nov 30, 2020, at 11:36, Randy N9NWA <rbzabel@comcast.net> wrote:

There is not any contact information for this reflector 0016 0n the reflector page, that's why I was asking here.
Try Skip, WB6YMH. Skip is the person who set it up years ago and kept it running. He has told me in the past that he no longer monitors it (uses it) so he doesn’t know when it is working and when it isn’t. My last communication with him did receive a response and the problem was fixed, but that was a few years ago.

Gary - AG0N


Re: Ver. 2 board cable pinout

David Cameron - IRLP
 

From https://irlp.groups.io/g/IRLP/topic/71035634

Computer to IRLP

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Dave Cameron

On 2020-11-30 10:11 a.m., Phil Zocco wrote:
Hello Group.
I am working on trying to get a version 2 board running. Does anyone have the pinouts on the parallel cable made for this board? Seems mine is misplaced.
I believe that you cannot use a standard parallel cable.
Any help is appreciated.
73,
Phil N1BOW
Node 5960
AMT MP 113.6
Niantic, CT USA Earth


Re: Installed fail2ban, Lots Of "Already Banned" In Log

Wes
 

Sorry for the slow reply, I've been rather busy the last couple of weeks.
Hopefully the previous post was specific enough, so does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks.

Name : Wes
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Re: news line ref 0016

Randy N9NWA
 

Thanks Gary
There is not any contact information for this reflector 0016 0n the reflector page, that's why I was asking here.


Randy N9nwa/node 5370-w9dup


Ver. 2 board cable pinout

Phil Zocco
 

Hello Group.

I am working on trying to get a version 2 board running. Does anyone have the pinouts on the parallel cable made for this board? Seems mine is misplaced.

I believe that you cannot use a standard parallel cable.

Any help is appreciated.

73,

Phil N1BOW
Node 5960
AMT MP 113.6
Niantic, CT USA Earth


Re: news line ref 0016

Rick NK7I
 

There are other scripts that work well to download the files from the production source ( http://wb8odf.com/scripts.cgi ). 

I have been using them for quite a while for both ARRL Audio News and Amateur Radio Newsline.  The install and scripts are straight forward, not many things requiring a tweak (like dropout duration to reset repeater/node timers as required).  (WB8ODF is also one of the frequent ARRL AN audio contributors, so if the URL changes, he'd know about it.)

Essentially, a pair of scripts download the MP3 file(s) and store them, rotating the last one into a backup (then gone the next rotation).  Another script plays the file(s), either one at a time; or in series (LONG transmission) with momentary dropouts to reset timers.  Then the user creates the commands to play on demand (custom_decode) plus a cron job to automate the downloading of audio files.

I found that I get the best results downloading new audio files on Friday at noon (Pac Time, 1500 in the east) because sometimes, they miss the posted 'deadline' for release.  Adjust to your local time zone as needed.

DO NOTE that the actual program to play the audio, has changed with the latest versions of Debian, so you may have to edit the script a bit more.  (um, aplay in place of play?  It's been some months since I poked at it, because it's working.)

I did change the file storage location to be consistent with other audio files my node either creates or downloads (like weather forecast, current weather conditions, alerts; local airport weather and more).

It's also clear that the reporting teams are restricted in the production end, due to COVID requirements, so the format may vary some.  As such, there may be droll humor, in others a straight monotonal announcer merely reading the script with no excitement or pitch change... (zzzz).  Until that's over, your mileage may blah blah, hi.

73,
Rick NK7I
7962
Far N ID


On 11/29/2020 9:21 PM, Gary - AG0N wrote:

On Nov 29, 2020, at 21:20, Randy N9NWA <rbzabel@...> wrote:

I just attempted to play the latest newsline, It played last weeks file.
When does this get updated. 
Our local net is at 9 pm ct.
That is not a function of IRLP, just a service that he provides.  There have been several times in the past when this sort of thing happened.  Once, ARRL changed filename formats and we went for months without having newsline.  You need to drop the streamer a line and let him know there is a problem.  Be nice, this service is free.  ;)

There are other ways to do the ARRL news, but this is also the way I do it.

As for when it is updated, I believe (it’s been a long time) the new one comes out Friday morning.  Yes, I could be wrong.  Like I said, it has been a long time since I chased this problem.

73, Gary - AG0N
Stay Safe All







Re: news line ref 0016

Gary - AG0N
 

On Nov 29, 2020, at 21:20, Randy N9NWA <rbzabel@comcast.net> wrote:

I just attempted to play the latest newsline, It played last weeks file.
When does this get updated.
Our local net is at 9 pm ct.
That is not a function of IRLP, just a service that he provides. There have been several times in the past when this sort of thing happened. Once, ARRL changed filename formats and we went for months without having newsline. You need to drop the streamer a line and let him know there is a problem. Be nice, this service is free. ;)

There are other ways to do the ARRL news, but this is also the way I do it.

As for when it is updated, I believe (it’s been a long time) the new one comes out Friday morning. Yes, I could be wrong. Like I said, it has been a long time since I chased this problem.

73, Gary - AG0N
Stay Safe All


news line ref 0016

Randy N9NWA
 

I just attempted to play the latest newsline, It played last weeks file.
When does this get updated.
Our local net is at 9 pm ct.

Randy N9NWA
W9DUP repeater node 5370
73



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Re: Parallel Port

Dave K9DC
 

If those are the only choices, go with EPP. If that doesn’t work, try the other one.

-k9dc

On Nov 29, 2020, at 22:38, Brian Alexander via groups.io <va3aza=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

Does it matter how the parallel port is configured in the node’s BIOS? For instance, I have the option on my node of setting a conventional I/O address, P/S 2 or EPP.

Brian VA3AZA


Parallel Port

Brian Alexander
 

Does it matter how the parallel port is configured in the node’s BIOS? For instance, I have the option on my node of setting a conventional I/O address, P/S 2 or EPP.

Brian VA3AZA


Re: Rebuilding node

David Cameron - IRLP
 

That is no issue. If the same key is on both for too long, the key will get pulled because it will be showing from two IP addresses and constantly swapping back and forth between the two systems.

For testing over a few days, not a big deal.

Dave Cameron
VE7LTD

On 29/11/2020 1:46 p.m., Brian Alexander via groups.io wrote:
I’m rebuilding a node’s computer and trying to keep the old node computer as available as possible. For various reasons, it’s not possible to put the new machine in place in one step. Is it possible to test the new machine after reinstalling from backup from the old machine after using the disable command on the old machine? Then, if necessary, bring down the new machine for fine tuning while bringing up the old machine? (Basically switching computers back and forth until the new machine is in a satisfactory state.)

Powering down the old node computer is not feasible, as it is at a remote location and would require a visit to power up.

Brian VA3AZA



Rebuilding node

Brian Alexander
 

I’m rebuilding a node’s computer and trying to keep the old node computer as available as possible. For various reasons, it’s not possible to put the new machine in place in one step. Is it possible to test the new machine after reinstalling from backup from the old machine after using the disable command on the old machine? Then, if necessary, bring down the new machine for fine tuning while bringing up the old machine? (Basically switching computers back and forth until the new machine is in a satisfactory state.)

Powering down the old node computer is not feasible, as it is at a remote location and would require a visit to power up.

Brian VA3AZA


Re: Getting Into IRLP

Rick NK7I
 

Adding two simple questions; call sign and location, then:


73,
Rick NK7I
7962

On 11/21/2020 11:42 AM, Wes AE6ZM wrote:
Here are the Settings for the group. Perhaps someone can see what to change to keep out 'bot' submissions.


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VY 73,
Wes
AE6ZM
Node 3343


Re: Getting Into IRLP

Wes AE6ZM
 

Here are the Settings for the group. Perhaps someone can see what to change to keep out 'bot' submissions.


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Wes
AE6ZM
Node 3343


Re: Getting Into IRLP

Dave Schultheis
 

Gary - AG0N wrote:


On Nov 19, 2020, at 20:40, michal.gordon via groups.io <michal.gordon=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

I'm looking in getting into IRLP. Any thoughts or tips on how to go about it?
Kind of a vague statement. Do you mean you want to be able to use IRLP nodes to talk to people? Or do you think you need to own your own node so others can use it?

This person (or "bot") has posted similar messages in different groups (EchoLink, for example) and I am regarding it as very suspicious.

It's too bad because we want to help a new person but we certainly don't need more trouble-makers.

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Dave Schultheis
WB6KHP San Jose


Re: Getting Into IRLP

Gary - AG0N
 

On Nov 19, 2020, at 20:40, michal.gordon via groups.io <michal.gordon=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

I'm looking in getting into IRLP. Any thoughts or tips on how to go about it?
Kind of a vague statement. Do you mean you want to be able to use IRLP nodes to talk to people? Or do you think you need to own your own node so others can use it?

Gary - AG0N - 3055


Re: Getting Into IRLP

Jeff Daugherty
 

Www.irlp.net



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-------- Original message --------
From: "michal.gordon via groups.io" <michal.gordon@...>
Date: 11/19/20 9:56 PM (GMT-07:00)
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Subject: [IRLP] Getting Into IRLP

Hi everyone. 
I'm looking in getting into IRLP. Any thoughts or tips on how to go about it?
 
Thanks, 
Michal


Re: Getting Into IRLP

larry_n7fm
 

Michal,

Depending on what your actual intended use is you can BUY A Raspberry Pi IRLP (turn Key) Node from the Link below.

<http://www.irlp.net/order.html>;

I'm sure Dave Cameron would answer any question and help you if you ask.

Should you be a tinkerer. You can also construct you own by buying the interface board and optional parts from the same link, as well as other optional parts. Or if you have some of the parts already, you can use them. Occasionally you may find a used IRLP Node for sale on some of the other VOIP groups if you happen to subscribe/monitor any of those such as Allstar, Echolink, Hamvoip.

If totally unfamiliar with IRLP you should do some googling and read about how it all works. Perhaps there are nodes in your locale that you might use and evaluate if some IRLP equipped repeater may do do for you what you want or at least help you decide if you truly need/want your own personal node. Also you will need to provide an RF radio to hook the IRLP node to.

IRLP is an RF to RF based system. Meaning RF input passes via VOIP on the INTERNET to an RF output on the opposite end. which will require you to use an RF Transceiver to be its input/output connection for a NODE.
An additional cost if you don't already have a radio system to hook IRLP to.

If more questions --> larry@n7fm.com

Good Luck
Larry - N7FM

On 11/19/20 7:40 PM, michal.gordon via groups.io wrote:
Hi everyone.
I'm looking in getting into IRLP. Any thoughts or tips on how to go about it?
Thanks,
Michal


Getting Into IRLP

michal.gordon@...
 

Hi everyone. 
I'm looking in getting into IRLP. Any thoughts or tips on how to go about it?
 
Thanks, 
Michal

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