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Re: CW ider needed.

Steve Passmore <k6kya@...>
 

It can be done, That's exactly how my repeater is set up, It's a mastr II station with the node connected via the wireline connections. The station has basic repeat functions but no IDer. I modified one of the ID scripts several years back to base its ID on COS and PTT activity rather than the original PTT only functionality. The script I'm using is uses SCCW to generate the tones which only works with the old ISA soundblaster cards. But I think I have a version modified to use cwpcm. Rob Pectol's ID script watches the packets flowing into the node to trigger it's activity so it's not as easily modifiable. The purpose of using AUX2 is to prevent the ID from interfering with the normal keying of the radio from IRLP traffic. This ID script has worked flawlessly for the past 6 years. Actually too well as it has given me reason to put off installing the hardware controller I have sitting on the shelf for it.

Steve


tigger_bouncy_99 wrote:

Current configuration: Repeater without controller. Just a straight
MastrII repeater with the computer directly connected. Standard
wireline audio connections and COR coming from the COR board in the MII.
The IDer package I have installed is the Dave Pectol IDer. Works
great for the IRLP. I was hoping it would detect carrier when IRLP is
NOT in use and ID on an activity detected basis.

There is a reference in the package about using Aux 2 with the version
3 IRLP board. Don't know why. I thought MAYBE this was a way to make
the IDer package ID when IRLP is not in use. Apparently this is not
supported or available.

I am trying to NOT add a controller. There's no reason for it if the
Pectol IRLP IDer package can handle the ID function when IRLP is not
in use. Don't start with me about how I need a controller to maintain
control over the repeater, etc. I already have that covered through
power control to the repeater using a separate mechanism.

If this cannot be done with the Pectol IDer package, that's okay, I'll
tear it out and install a simple IDer/controller such as the RC-100,
one of which I just happen to have laying about.

If there is anything else I can answer, I will be glad to do so.


Kevin KA0JQO
7060/4288



--- In irlp@..., Mike Morris WA6ILQ <wa6ilq@...> wrote:

At 11:43 AM 02/17/09, you wrote:


I recently loaded the IRLP identifier package on my Centos based IRLP
machine.

It seems to work fine with IRLP traffic but I would like to get some
clarification as to what and how this is supposed to work.

My computer is connected directly to the repeater, that is, there is
no simplex radio involved.
How is the repeater configured?
Does the repeater have a controller? If so, what type? (or are you
expecting the node to be the controller?)

Every decent controller that I have seen has it's own identifier that
handles all normal repeater traffic.


When using IRLP, the IDer seems to operate fine.
That's because the script runs as part of the IRLP node.


What does it take to make the IDer functionality operate when the
repeater is being used only as a repeater with no IRLP activity?
Use the IDer that is part of your repeater controller.


Is this what the Aux 2 lead is for?
Aux2, like Aux 1 and Aux3 are outputs that are for whatever
you program it to be (using scripts).


What does it take to make this work for standard repeater operation?
First describe your repeater and how it's connected and
configured, then we can help you.

Mike




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Re: CW ider needed.

nessenj@...
 

Try Randy's ID script, I believe it was designed to act like an ID'er on a controller.

His site is http://irlp.kc6hur.net

Jim / K6JWN

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-----Original Message-----
From: "tigger_bouncy_99" <krmjqo@...>

Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2009 14:04:21
To: <irlp@...>
Subject: [irlp] Re: CW ider needed.




Current configuration: Repeater without controller. Just a straight
MastrII repeater with the computer directly connected. Standard
wireline audio connections and COR coming from the COR board in the MII.

The IDer package I have installed is the Dave Pectol IDer. Works
great for the IRLP. I was hoping it would detect carrier when IRLP is
NOT in use and ID on an activity detected basis.

There is a reference in the package about using Aux 2 with the version
3 IRLP board. Don't know why. I thought MAYBE this was a way to make
the IDer package ID when IRLP is not in use. Apparently this is not
supported or available.

I am trying to NOT add a controller. There's no reason for it if the
Pectol IRLP IDer package can handle the ID function when IRLP is not
in use. Don't start with me about how I need a controller to maintain
control over the repeater, etc. I already have that covered through
power control to the repeater using a separate mechanism.

If this cannot be done with the Pectol IDer package, that's okay, I'll
tear it out and install a simple IDer/controller such as the RC-100,
one of which I just happen to have laying about.


If there is anything else I can answer, I will be glad to do so.


Kevin KA0JQO
7060/4288



--- In irlp@..., Mike Morris WA6ILQ <wa6ilq@...> wrote:

At 11:43 AM 02/17/09, you wrote:

I recently loaded the IRLP identifier package on my Centos based IRLP
machine.

It seems to work fine with IRLP traffic but I would like to get some
clarification as to what and how this is supposed to work.

My computer is connected directly to the repeater, that is, there is
no simplex radio involved.
How is the repeater configured?
Does the repeater have a controller? If so, what type? (or are you
expecting the node to be the controller?)

Every decent controller that I have seen has it's own identifier that
handles all normal repeater traffic.

When using IRLP, the IDer seems to operate fine.
That's because the script runs as part of the IRLP node.

What does it take to make the IDer functionality operate when the
repeater is being used only as a repeater with no IRLP activity?
Use the IDer that is part of your repeater controller.

Is this what the Aux 2 lead is for?
Aux2, like Aux 1 and Aux3 are outputs that are for whatever
you program it to be (using scripts).

What does it take to make this work for standard repeater operation?
First describe your repeater and how it's connected and
configured, then we can help you.

Mike


Re: CW ider needed.

chris curtis
 

Short answer is:
There is/was a script to use the irlp node box as a controller.
You must have a soundcard capable of full duplex of course.

The rob script, is a good script, I used it until I connected my node to my
controller, but it does NOT act as a controller.

I'm sorry, I never used the "controller" script so I don't know where you
might find it other than the files section of the irlp yahoo group.

Good luck

Chris
Kb0wlf
3185

-----Original Message-----
From: irlp@... [mailto:irlp@...] On Behalf Of
tigger_bouncy_99
Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2009 8:04 AM
To: irlp@...
Subject: [irlp] Re: CW ider needed.



Current configuration: Repeater without controller. Just a straight
MastrII repeater with the computer directly connected. Standard
wireline audio connections and COR coming from the COR board in the MII.

The IDer package I have installed is the Dave Pectol IDer. Works
great for the IRLP. I was hoping it would detect carrier when IRLP is
NOT in use and ID on an activity detected basis.

There is a reference in the package about using Aux 2 with the version
3 IRLP board. Don't know why. I thought MAYBE this was a way to make
the IDer package ID when IRLP is not in use. Apparently this is not
supported or available.

I am trying to NOT add a controller. There's no reason for it if the
Pectol IRLP IDer package can handle the ID function when IRLP is not
in use. Don't start with me about how I need a controller to maintain
control over the repeater, etc. I already have that covered through
power control to the repeater using a separate mechanism.

If this cannot be done with the Pectol IDer package, that's okay, I'll
tear it out and install a simple IDer/controller such as the RC-100,
one of which I just happen to have laying about.


If there is anything else I can answer, I will be glad to do so.


Kevin KA0JQO
7060/4288



--- In irlp@..., Mike Morris WA6ILQ <wa6ilq@...> wrote:

At 11:43 AM 02/17/09, you wrote:

I recently loaded the IRLP identifier package on my Centos based IRLP
machine.

It seems to work fine with IRLP traffic but I would like to get some
clarification as to what and how this is supposed to work.

My computer is connected directly to the repeater, that is, there is
no simplex radio involved.
How is the repeater configured?
Does the repeater have a controller? If so, what type? (or are you
expecting the node to be the controller?)

Every decent controller that I have seen has it's own identifier that
handles all normal repeater traffic.

When using IRLP, the IDer seems to operate fine.
That's because the script runs as part of the IRLP node.

What does it take to make the IDer functionality operate when the
repeater is being used only as a repeater with no IRLP activity?
Use the IDer that is part of your repeater controller.

Is this what the Aux 2 lead is for?
Aux2, like Aux 1 and Aux3 are outputs that are for whatever
you program it to be (using scripts).

What does it take to make this work for standard repeater operation?
First describe your repeater and how it's connected and
configured, then we can help you.

Mike



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Re: CW ider needed.

k9dc
 

You do need something to make MII operate as a repeater. It could be an external controller, or an IRLP node configured to operate as a repeater controller. Normally an IRLP node does not do that, but you could add the unsupported repeater_controller script (actually it is a binary you have to compile).

The AUX1 (2,or 3) are external output lines you can control with script entries. They can be used to do anything you want, there is no defined standard function for them. On one of my repeaters, I use AUX1 to control loading an alternate set of courtesy tones, so folks will always know if a connection is up or not, just by the sound of the repeater. On another repeater, without an external controller, running the repeater controller script, AUX1 is the repeater PTT, AUX2 shorts the audio to ground to mute DTMF and AUX3 is used for the ID function.

The point is, you can use the AUX lines to do anything you want. You could also presumably write a script so the node would perform just the ID function. I have not heard of anyone doing this before, but I suspect one of the existing ID scripts in the yahoogroups files area could be modified to pay attention to COS rather than PTT.

-k9dc

On Feb 18, 2009, at 9:04 AM, tigger_bouncy_99 wrote:



Current configuration: Repeater without controller. Just a straight
MastrII repeater with the computer directly connected. Standard
wireline audio connections and COR coming from the COR board in the MII.

The IDer package I have installed is the Dave Pectol IDer. Works
great for the IRLP. I was hoping it would detect carrier when IRLP is
NOT in use and ID on an activity detected basis.

There is a reference in the package about using Aux 2 with the version
3 IRLP board. Don't know why. I thought MAYBE this was a way to make
the IDer package ID when IRLP is not in use. Apparently this is not
supported or available.

I am trying to NOT add a controller. There's no reason for it if the
Pectol IRLP IDer package can handle the ID function when IRLP is not
in use. Don't start with me about how I need a controller to maintain
control over the repeater, etc. I already have that covered through
power control to the repeater using a separate mechanism.

If this cannot be done with the Pectol IDer package, that's okay, I'll
tear it out and install a simple IDer/controller such as the RC-100,
one of which I just happen to have laying about.


If there is anything else I can answer, I will be glad to do so.


Kevin KA0JQO
7060/4288



--- In irlp@..., Mike Morris WA6ILQ <wa6ilq@...> wrote:

At 11:43 AM 02/17/09, you wrote:

I recently loaded the IRLP identifier package on my Centos based IRLP
machine.

It seems to work fine with IRLP traffic but I would like to get some
clarification as to what and how this is supposed to work.

My computer is connected directly to the repeater, that is, there is
no simplex radio involved.
How is the repeater configured?
Does the repeater have a controller? If so, what type? (or are you
expecting the node to be the controller?)

Every decent controller that I have seen has it's own identifier that
handles all normal repeater traffic.

When using IRLP, the IDer seems to operate fine.
That's because the script runs as part of the IRLP node.

What does it take to make the IDer functionality operate when the
repeater is being used only as a repeater with no IRLP activity?
Use the IDer that is part of your repeater controller.

Is this what the Aux 2 lead is for?
Aux2, like Aux 1 and Aux3 are outputs that are for whatever
you program it to be (using scripts).

What does it take to make this work for standard repeater operation?
First describe your repeater and how it's connected and
configured, then we can help you.

Mike



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Indianapolis, Indiana USA
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Re: CW ider needed.

tigger_bouncy_99 <krmjqo@...>
 

Current configuration: Repeater without controller. Just a straight
MastrII repeater with the computer directly connected. Standard
wireline audio connections and COR coming from the COR board in the MII.

The IDer package I have installed is the Dave Pectol IDer. Works
great for the IRLP. I was hoping it would detect carrier when IRLP is
NOT in use and ID on an activity detected basis.

There is a reference in the package about using Aux 2 with the version
3 IRLP board. Don't know why. I thought MAYBE this was a way to make
the IDer package ID when IRLP is not in use. Apparently this is not
supported or available.

I am trying to NOT add a controller. There's no reason for it if the
Pectol IRLP IDer package can handle the ID function when IRLP is not
in use. Don't start with me about how I need a controller to maintain
control over the repeater, etc. I already have that covered through
power control to the repeater using a separate mechanism.

If this cannot be done with the Pectol IDer package, that's okay, I'll
tear it out and install a simple IDer/controller such as the RC-100,
one of which I just happen to have laying about.


If there is anything else I can answer, I will be glad to do so.


Kevin KA0JQO
7060/4288

--- In irlp@..., Mike Morris WA6ILQ <wa6ilq@...> wrote:

At 11:43 AM 02/17/09, you wrote:

I recently loaded the IRLP identifier package on my Centos based IRLP
machine.

It seems to work fine with IRLP traffic but I would like to get some
clarification as to what and how this is supposed to work.

My computer is connected directly to the repeater, that is, there is
no simplex radio involved.
How is the repeater configured?
Does the repeater have a controller? If so, what type? (or are you
expecting the node to be the controller?)

Every decent controller that I have seen has it's own identifier that
handles all normal repeater traffic.

When using IRLP, the IDer seems to operate fine.
That's because the script runs as part of the IRLP node.

What does it take to make the IDer functionality operate when the
repeater is being used only as a repeater with no IRLP activity?
Use the IDer that is part of your repeater controller.

Is this what the Aux 2 lead is for?
Aux2, like Aux 1 and Aux3 are outputs that are for whatever
you program it to be (using scripts).

What does it take to make this work for standard repeater operation?
First describe your repeater and how it's connected and
configured, then we can help you.

Mike


Re: CW ider needed.

Mike Morris WA6ILQ <wa6ilq@...>
 

At 11:43 AM 02/17/09, you wrote:

I recently loaded the IRLP identifier package on my Centos based IRLP
machine.

It seems to work fine with IRLP traffic but I would like to get some
clarification as to what and how this is supposed to work.

My computer is connected directly to the repeater, that is, there is
no simplex radio involved.
How is the repeater configured?
Does the repeater have a controller? If so, what type? (or are you
expecting the node to be the controller?)

Every decent controller that I have seen has it's own identifier that
handles all normal repeater traffic.

When using IRLP, the IDer seems to operate fine.
That's because the script runs as part of the IRLP node.

What does it take to make the IDer functionality operate when the
repeater is being used only as a repeater with no IRLP activity?
Use the IDer that is part of your repeater controller.

Is this what the Aux 2 lead is for?
Aux2, like Aux 1 and Aux3 are outputs that are for whatever
you program it to be (using scripts).

What does it take to make this work for standard repeater operation?
First describe your repeater and how it's connected and
configured, then we can help you.

Mike


is ke6ptt on the list?

K & R Yoksh
 

Hi,

I'd like to know if anyone has a valid email for
ke6ptt? I've tried the email address published in his
scripts and my emails to him bounce..

Thanks.

73.

Kyle
K0KN


Re: CW ider needed.

k9dc
 

Callsign, Node number???

THere is no such thing as an IRLP Identifier. After you install the software, the node simply makes a connection and disconnects. IDs are all custom scripts designed around how you want it to work. Most IRLP nodes are attached to repeaters that already have the identification taken care care of.

I would not count on having the node ID the repeater, but I imagine you could write a script to do that if necessary.

-k9dc

On Feb 17, 2009, at 2:43 PM, tigger_bouncy_99 wrote:





I recently loaded the IRLP identifier package on my Centos based IRLP
machine.

It seems to work fine with IRLP traffic but I would like to get some
clarification as to what and how this is supposed to work.

My computer is connected directly to the repeater, that is, there is
no simplex radio involved.

When using IRLP, the IDer seems to operate fine.

What does it take to make the IDer functionality operate when the
repeater is being used only as a repeater with no IRLP activity?

Is this what the Aux 2 lead is for? What does it take to make this
work for standard repeater operation?


Re: CW ider needed.

Gary - AG0N
 

On Tue, 17 Feb 2009 19:43:57 -0000, tigger_bouncy_99 wrote:

I recently loaded the IRLP identifier package on my Centos based IRLP
machine.
"The IRLP identifier"??? Didn't know there was one. There are a few ID
scripts out there that people have written, but I don't know of an
official IRLP version. One of the easier to install these days is by
Robert Pectol. http://rob.pectol.com/irlp Seems to work pretty well and
installs easily.

It seems to work fine with IRLP traffic but I would like to get some
clarification as to what and how this is supposed to work.
The identifiers I'm familiar with are only for IRLP. There IS a
repeater controller script out there that may contain an ID function,
but I haven't looked into it to know. It is written as a controller so
you don't have to have a hardware controller (as I understand it).

What does it take to make the IDer functionality operate when the
repeater is being used only as a repeater with no IRLP activity?
You would probably have to modify the ID script. I'm guessing it is
checking for a file called active to determine when the IRLP node is
connected to someone, and then running until it is disconnected, plus
one more after disconnect. If that's the case, maybe you can modify the
script to not check for the connection and have it active all the time.

Is this what the Aux 2 lead is for? What does it take to make this
work for standard repeater operation?
Again, the IDer is probably working the way it was designed to right
now. You would need to modify it to work in conjunction with your
repeater.

Gary
--
http: //garymcduffie .com
3055: http: // garymcduffie.com /irlp/ 3055
NodeOp Help Page: http:// garymcduffie. com /irlp


Re: CW ider needed.

tigger_bouncy_99 <krmjqo@...>
 

I recently loaded the IRLP identifier package on my Centos based IRLP
machine.

It seems to work fine with IRLP traffic but I would like to get some
clarification as to what and how this is supposed to work.

My computer is connected directly to the repeater, that is, there is
no simplex radio involved.

When using IRLP, the IDer seems to operate fine.

What does it take to make the IDer functionality operate when the
repeater is being used only as a repeater with no IRLP activity?

Is this what the Aux 2 lead is for? What does it take to make this
work for standard repeater operation?
















--- In irlp@..., "Jim WW4M" <jim.ww4m@...> wrote:

Looks like there are instructions at
<http://rob.pectol.com/irlp/content/view/2/1/>.

73, Jim WW4M

--- In irlp@..., "MB7IUR LINK" <irlp.link@> wrote:

Regarding Rob Pectols cwider, can anyone tell how to make it work, I
have typed in the site address starting with wget, the program has
downloaded but being new to linux I am not sure what to do next.

On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 1:20 AM, James Nessen <nessenj@> wrote:
+1 for that, I was just going to suggest the same thing.

Jim / K6JWN
Nodes 3598, 3549 and 3633

On Wed, January 14, 2009 2:20 pm, Mike Calvillo wrote:
Hi Kevin,

Below is a link to kk7av-cw id. I use this cw-id on my simplex
node which
works great!

http://rob.pectol.com/irlp/content/view/2/1/


73

Mike - kb9ewp
Node 3115




________________________________
From: tigger_bouncy_99 <krmjqo@>
To: irlp@...
Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2009 12:41:14 PM
Subject: [irlp] CW ider needed.


I have sorted and searched the archive on this matter and found
lots
of data, but would like to hear from someone that can smash all the
issues down into one easy to follow message. There's lot of
info but
lots of issues also.

I need a CW ider for my node. I understand that likely it will
be as
simple as a script that runs a .wav file every ten minutes when
activity is detected and once again when activity has ceased.

Is there such a script that is in service and tested that I can
grab,
install with my .wav CW id and live happily ever after without
having
to clean out mail files and other logs?

Anyone have a step by step for installation and testing?

Thanks!

Kevin






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Re: Aux Port with Auto-Fan

James Nessen <nessenj@...>
 

Try here:

http://www.k6jwn.org/scripts.php

I haven't updated it in awhile, but it's still there for public
consumption.

Jim / K6JWN

On Feb 16, 2009, at 6:27 PM, Ronald Runswick wrote:

http://rob.pectol.com/irlp/scripts/txfan
Go to

vy2cga wrote:

I have searched older posts and looked in the unofficial manual and
have seen how to connect a cooling fan to the aux port on the IRLP
board. I am wondering how so set it up so that the fan starts
automatically whenever the node goes active and turns off when the
node
goes idle. I probably looked right at it but missed it...

Thanks,
Rodney VY2CGA
Node 2363


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IRLP: Nodes 3598 and 3633 | Echolink: 83598 K6JWN-R | AllStar: Nodes
2142 and 2165


Re: Aux Port with Auto-Fan

Ronald Runswick
 


I have searched older posts and looked in the unofficial manual and
have seen how to connect a cooling fan to the aux port on the IRLP
board. I am wondering how so set it up so that the fan starts
automatically whenever the node goes active and turns off when the node
goes idle. I probably looked right at it but missed it...

Thanks,
Rodney VY2CGA
Node 2363


Re: Aux Port with Auto-Fan

Ronald Runswick
 

Its called TxFan


vy2cga wrote:


I have searched older posts and looked in the unofficial manual and
have seen how to connect a cooling fan to the aux port on the IRLP
board. I am wondering how so set it up so that the fan starts
automatically whenever the node goes active and turns off when the node
goes idle. I probably looked right at it but missed it...

Thanks,
Rodney VY2CGA
Node 2363


Aux Port with Auto-Fan

vy2cga
 

I have searched older posts and looked in the unofficial manual and
have seen how to connect a cooling fan to the aux port on the IRLP
board. I am wondering how so set it up so that the fan starts
automatically whenever the node goes active and turns off when the node
goes idle. I probably looked right at it but missed it...

Thanks,
Rodney VY2CGA
Node 2363


Re: Help Please ! New to Cent OS.

k9dc
 

Chris-
You have asked all of these question on your pending case open at installs @irlp.net. You have received several responses there, Perhaps you are not getting all of your e-mail.

-k9dc

On Feb 16, 2009, at 7:28 AM, Chris Moore wrote:

Right how silly can I be. Cheers guys for your help so far & cheers for
the emails very help full. I sat up last night from 6pm till 4am trying
to get it to work. I can use DTMF tones but just cant seem to get any
audio through it. I have been to the Volume sliders but still nothing.
If I goto 9990 it allows me to connect but I dont get any audio back
from it if I test. If I goto any reflector / Node it has a huge pause
then it tells me " The node you are calling is not responding." I bet
you guys have had this loads and get sick of it. Sorry to be a pain but
once its sorted I am sure it will be stable. I am going to go and stick
my head in a bucket of cold water now to wake up....he he...


Re: Help Please ! New to Cent OS.

Denton K. Larson <radioguy@...>
 

Hi Chris

Go to
http://www.irlp.net/new-install/

and scroll down to IRLP Behind a Firewall

Lots of info here.

Denton Stn 3561



Chris Moore wrote:

Right how silly can I be. Cheers guys for your help so far & cheers for the emails very help full. I sat up last night from 6pm till 4am trying to get it to work. I can use DTMF tones but just cant seem to get any audio through it. I have been to the Volume sliders but still nothing. If I goto 9990 it allows me to connect but I dont get any audio back from it if I test. If I goto any reflector / Node it has a huge pause then it tells me " The node you are calling is not responding." I bet you guys have had this loads and get sick of it. Sorry to be a pain but once its sorted I am sure it will be stable. I am going to go and stick my head in a bucket of cold water now to wake up....he he...

Chris
2E0XLG
MB7IXL
Node 5505
UK



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Re: Help Please ! New to Cent OS.

Chris Moore <danielmoore2005@...>
 

Right how silly can I be. Cheers guys for your help so far & cheers for
the emails very help full. I sat up last night from 6pm till 4am trying
to get it to work. I can use DTMF tones but just cant seem to get any
audio through it. I have been to the Volume sliders but still nothing.
If I goto 9990 it allows me to connect but I dont get any audio back
from it if I test. If I goto any reflector / Node it has a huge pause
then it tells me " The node you are calling is not responding." I bet
you guys have had this loads and get sick of it. Sorry to be a pain but
once its sorted I am sure it will be stable. I am going to go and stick
my head in a bucket of cold water now to wake up....he he...

Chris
2E0XLG
MB7IXL
Node 5505
UK


Re: WinSCP

Bill Cahill <xoasmo@...>
 

Have you tried the FireFTP plugin for Firefox? It should be available
across multiple platforms. For Mac and most other forms of Unix
you'll need to compile and install PuTTY extra for SFTP.

Or, you could put your files in the APACHE subdirectory on your UNIX
box delete your main.html file and then turn Apache on. Then point
your IRLP LNYX text based browser to your UNIX box and them download
them via HTTP. Sounds complicated but that was actually the easiest
way for me to upload files. It seems nobody ever blocks the http port
on anything. For FTP to work you need a lot of ports open and ssh
tunneling can be hard sometimes. HTTP is almost always faster for
very big files because everything is optimized for http port 80. It
won't work for getting your files out of the box though.

I don't see any reason though that you should need Winders to load
files into a Linux box. Good Luck!

Jeff Merrow
ae9j

--- In irlp@..., Jason Stahls <jason@...> wrote:

Phil D. Mills/NV4P wrote:
Is there a linux equivalent to WinSCP that has the "file manager" and
ssh capability in one window? I understand that WinSCP is the
"official
solution" in IRLP, but I haven't used Windows outside of work in over
four years.
Most FTP programs in Linux also support SFTP/SCP like gFTP.
Konqueror I
believe supports it as well (the KDE version of Explorer)

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Jason Stahls
VA3JSS


Re: Help Please ! New to Cent OS.

Jim WW4M
 

--- In irlp@..., "Chris Moore" <danielmoore2005@...> wrote:

I have done my install of Cent OS and got my Key ID but I dont
understand how to submit it. I have tryed a few times but I keep
getting -bash: Bits/KeyID: No such file or directory

I switched the machine on and logged on with root and my password..
Keys are automatically submitted at the end of the IRLP software
install process. Your key was loaded and a confirmation email message
sent to the email address you entered when you started the process.

73, Jim WW4M


Re: ip.irlp.net issues

Jason Stahls
 

Mark Hagler wrote:
It works here...

<snip>

Just noticed that I can't resolve stn2983.ip.irlp.net,
www.irlp.net/redirect/ works fine, just not the DNS name. Any idea's?
Weird because I was able to resolve stn2791 and stn2970....

I get,

beta@cerberus:~$ dig stn2983.ip.irlp.net

; <<>> DiG 9.4.2 <<>> stn2983.ip.irlp.net
;; global options: printcmd
;; Got answer:
;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 37057
;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 0, AUTHORITY: 1, ADDITIONAL: 0

;; QUESTION SECTION:
;stn2983.ip.irlp.net. IN A

;; AUTHORITY SECTION:
ip.irlp.net. 5715 IN SOA server2.irlp.net. dcameron.irlp.net. 327177 10800 1200 3600000 10800

;; Query time: 31 msec
;; SERVER: 24.226.1.93#53(24.226.1.93)
;; WHEN: Sun Feb 15 19:33:30 2009
;; MSG SIZE rcvd: 90

The same response as tho I had tried a invalid node #

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Jason Stahls
VA3JSS