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Re: Fatal Error Code 40 NODE 2803

Dave K9DC
 

I would suggest re-installing from a backup, but then choose the clean reinstall option

As an option, you can choose to perform a clean re-install of your node."
"This will return your node to a newly installed state, just as it was"
"when it was first installed. It will DELETE any customization you"
"have added to your node since it was first built, but retain your"
"IRLP PGP security key, node number, and callsign.”

This basically means you will get a brand new installation with a new and complete environment file, but using your existing node number and PGP keys. There are enough differences between CentOS and Debian installations, that this is usually a very good thing. Any customizations you want will have to be added back manually.

-k9dc

On Jun 2, 2020, at 13:18, Chris Pitre <ve3ctp@cogeco.ca> wrote:

I am rebuilding NODE 2803 with a new(er) PC. I reinstalled from backup.

went from a functioning node using CentOS to a not so functioning node on Debian

upon testing I received the fatal error 40 message,

as Dave LTD suggested I will add the lines that were recommended

this is probably the start of many errors that I will encounter. I noticed that the aprs status script is not working either.

if anyone wants to log in and help repair the "mess" that would be ok with me.

using VER 3 IRLP board as well


Fatal Error Code 40 NODE 2803

Chris Pitre
 

I am rebuilding NODE 2803 with a new(er) PC.  I reinstalled from backup.

went from a functioning node using CentOS to a not so functioning node on  Debian

upon testing I received the fatal error 40 message, 

as Dave LTD suggested I will add the lines that were recommended 

this is probably the start of many errors that I will encounter. I noticed that the aprs status script is not working either.

if anyone wants to log in and help repair the "mess"  that would be ok with me.

using VER 3 IRLP board as well


Re: node 7401 error code 40

Chris Pitre
 

I will start a new thread regarding this


Re: node 7401 error code 40

Dave K9DC
 

You can start a new thread if you want.

But one suggestion, it would be helpful if you included enough of the original thread so folks would know what you are talking about. Many of us delete all the old email then we have to log back in to the web page to look up the post you are commenting on.

-k9dc

On Jun 2, 2020, at 12:38, Chris Pitre <ve3ctp@cogeco.ca> wrote:

To be clear I'm getting the same error on NODE 2803. I did not want to hijack the thread.
I can continue here or start a new thread


Re: node 7401 error code 40

Dave K9DC
 

There really is no special place, but I would suggest above that line.

-k9dc

On Jun 2, 2020, at 12:36, Chris Pitre <ve3ctp@cogeco.ca> wrote:

I guess I need to ad that, is there a specific place or add it in the area that states

"you should not have to edit anything below “


Re: node 7401 error code 40

David Cameron - IRLP
 

Well check that it is not already there, and put it above that line somewhere.

Was this a node that was built from an old backup? What triggered this error to start?

Dave Cameron

On 2020-06-02 9:36 a.m., Chris Pitre wrote:
I guess I need to ad that, is there a specific place or  add it in the area that states
"you should not have to edit anything below "


Re: node 7401 error code 40

Chris Pitre
 

To be clear I'm getting the same error on NODE 2803.  I did not want to hijack the thread.

I can continue here or start a new thread


Re: node 7401 error code 40

Chris Pitre
 

I guess I need to ad that, is there a specific place or  add it in the area that states 

"you should not have to edit anything below "


Re: node 7401 error code 40

David Cameron - IRLP
 

Did you bring an old environment file into a new node?

You have to make sure

export USE_APLAY=YES
export USE_AOSS=YES

exists in your environment file.

Dave Cameron
VE7LTD

On 02/06/2020 8:05 a.m., Chris Pitre wrote:
Is this used for PC based nodes as well?

Using Debian 10 ...does it apply to that also.


Re: node 7401 error code 40

Chris Pitre
 

Is this used for PC based nodes as well?  

Using Debian 10 ...does it apply to that also.


moderated Re: Is IPXcore dot com gone forever?? Two months early? What?

Neal Bailey
 

Thanks for the update, Craig.  I need to switch another vpn over and thought I had more time! That's what I get for procrastinating.  Also, I haven't checked my node since this morning to see if my current vpn still works or not.


From: IRLP@irlp.groups.io <IRLP@irlp.groups.io> on behalf of Craig - K1BDX - Node 8724 <k1bdx.craig@...>
Sent: Monday, June 1, 2020 2:24:59 PM
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io <IRLP@irlp.groups.io>
Subject: [IRLP] Is IPXcore dot com gone forever?? Two months early? What?
 
As far as I can tell,  Ipxcore.com is gone forever.

They were warning us that they were going out of business on July 31st
but it looks like everything stopped working yesterday May 31st.  Not
very sporting of those old boys, eh?

So, if any of you were using ipxcore for a vpn or an experimental
reflector, I will be happy to help you move over to virmach.com for
$12.50 a year

Also, Dave Cameron, the experimental reflector list at
experimental.irlp.net  has also vanished into internet oblivion,
however I have been planning for this event and the list is now on a
virmach maching at this IP address.  At your convenience, please
reassign the subdomain experimental.irlp.net to this ip address
172.245.36.230

Thanks!

Before Dave Cameron makes that happen you can always access the
experimental list by its raw ip address here:


https://nam10.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2F172.245.36.230%2F&amp;data=02%7C01%7C%7C178c13d5e653473bc16a08d806652b2a%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C637266378863964286&amp;sdata=H0GU%2BIqumynB3dmpELDdyNe3dDDPWKvqbyngRQtMbDE%3D&amp;reserved=0




moderated Is IPXcore dot com gone forever?? Two months early? What?

Craig - K1BDX - Node 8724
 

As far as I can tell, Ipxcore.com is gone forever.

They were warning us that they were going out of business on July 31st
but it looks like everything stopped working yesterday May 31st. Not
very sporting of those old boys, eh?

So, if any of you were using ipxcore for a vpn or an experimental
reflector, I will be happy to help you move over to virmach.com for
$12.50 a year

Also, Dave Cameron, the experimental reflector list at
experimental.irlp.net has also vanished into internet oblivion,
however I have been planning for this event and the list is now on a
virmach maching at this IP address. At your convenience, please
reassign the subdomain experimental.irlp.net to this ip address
172.245.36.230

Thanks!

Before Dave Cameron makes that happen you can always access the
experimental list by its raw ip address here:


http://172.245.36.230/


Re: Issues with Microsoft Mail services

Bob Dengler
 

At 6/1/2020 09:38 AM, you wrote:

But Microsoft decided that since the email originates from DigitalOcean
and is relayed outside, that I am trying to get around their spam
policies. I am not moving my server for this.

So I have given up. If your email is from hotmail.com, outlook.com,
live.com (or .ca variants), you will not receive any email from IRLP - ever.
How funny, as most of the spam I get these days comes from those 3 domains. At one point I considered configuring my e-mail server to block anything coming from outlook.com.

Bob NO6B


Re: Reflector 9601, SpaceX Dragon Crew Demo-2

kevin asato
 

I have had several terrestrial based business trips where I have said just that to my wife! Before cell phones, it was often from an airport in the middle of a layover!
The life of a tech rep where you get shot off in a cannon to parts unknown to make things work.
73,
kevin
kc6pob

On Monday, June 1, 2020, 09:21:55 AM PDT, k9dc <dave@...> wrote:



QSO w XYL “When will you be back”
    “I dunno, I’ll be back when I get back”

-k9dc


> On Jun 1, 2020, at 12:11, Dave Schultheis <dave6592@...> wrote:
>
> Jeff NWA wrote:
>
>
>> That rocket is staying for a few months?
>
>
> According to several news reports, the two astronauts will stay at the International Space Station for an undetermined time; could be one month, could be up to four months, depending upon the success of the experiments.
>
> The rocket has already returned to Earth but the capsule remains at the ISS.
>
> --
>
> Dave Schultheis
> WB6KHP San Jose






Re: Issues with Microsoft Mail services

Dave K9DC
 

Also applies to anyone using their own domain name hosted at Microsoft or Office365. Basically If you want to communicate reliably with anyone, do not use Microsoft to host your mail. I’ve had email from Microsoft hosted services take up to a week to get through. I have no idea how much email never makes it.

-k9dc

On Jun 1, 2020, at 12:38, David Cameron - IRLP <dcameron@irlp.net> wrote:

So I have given up. If your email is from hotmail.com, outlook.com, live.com (or .ca variants), you will not receive any email from IRLP - ever.


Issues with Microsoft Mail services

David Cameron - IRLP
 

Just wanted everyone to know about a problem I am having with Mircosoft Mail services that will not have a resolution.

First, they blocked IRLP's outgoing email because my server is hosted at DigitalOcean. DigitalOcean is a Virtual Private Server provider that provides IPs and servers to the masses (similar to IPXCore, etc).

It is not uncommon for servers on DigitalOcean to be used to send spam emails, as anyone can spin up a server, use it for a few hours to send hoards of spam, and then run away.

So Microsoft tagged EVERY IP from Digital Ocean as a spammer. So to get around this, I use a relay server from another system I maintain outside of DigitalOcean. This server has no reputation as a spammer, and worked fine.

But Microsoft decided that since the email originates from DigitalOcean and is relayed outside, that I am trying to get around their spam policies. I am not moving my server for this.

So I have given up. If your email is from hotmail.com, outlook.com, live.com (or .ca variants), you will not receive any email from IRLP - ever.

Dave Cameron
VE7LTD


Re: Reflector 9601, SpaceX Dragon Crew Demo-2

Dave K9DC
 

QSO w XYL “When will you be back”
“I dunno, I’ll be back when I get back”

-k9dc

On Jun 1, 2020, at 12:11, Dave Schultheis <dave6592@accesscom.com> wrote:

Jeff NWA wrote:


That rocket is staying for a few months?

According to several news reports, the two astronauts will stay at the International Space Station for an undetermined time; could be one month, could be up to four months, depending upon the success of the experiments.

The rocket has already returned to Earth but the capsule remains at the ISS.

--

Dave Schultheis
WB6KHP San Jose


Re: Reflector 9601, SpaceX Dragon Crew Demo-2

Phil Zocco
 

The capsule will be there for 6 weeks and then the crew will return to Earth.

 

Check out www.nasa.gov for more information.

 

73,

 

Phil N1BOW

Nodes 5960 and 4656

AMT MP 113.6

Niantic, CT USA Earth

 

From: IRLP@irlp.groups.io [mailto:IRLP@irlp.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jeff Daugherty
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 11:48 AM
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Subject: Re: [IRLP] Reflector 9601, SpaceX Dragon Crew Demo-2

 

That rocket is staying for a few months?

 

 

 

Sent from my Sprint Phone.

 

 

-------- Original message --------

From: k9dc <Dave@...>

Date: 6/1/20 5:00 AM (GMT-07:00)

To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io

Subject: Re: [IRLP] Reflector 9601, SpaceX Dragon Crew Demo-2

 

We expect to. Ask us again in a few months  :)

-k9dc


> On Jun 1, 2020, at 01:50, Jeff Daugherty <w0nwa@...> wrote:
>
> Will the trip back be broadcast?
>






Re: Reflector 9601, SpaceX Dragon Crew Demo-2

Dave Schultheis
 

Jeff NWA wrote:


That rocket is staying for a few months?

According to several news reports, the two astronauts will stay at the International Space Station for an undetermined time; could be one month, could be up to four months, depending upon the success of the experiments.

The rocket has already returned to Earth but the capsule remains at the ISS.

--

Dave Schultheis
WB6KHP San Jose


Re: Reflector 9601, SpaceX Dragon Crew Demo-2

Jeff Daugherty
 

That rocket is staying for a few months?



Sent from my Sprint Phone.


-------- Original message --------
From: k9dc <Dave@...>
Date: 6/1/20 5:00 AM (GMT-07:00)
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Subject: Re: [IRLP] Reflector 9601, SpaceX Dragon Crew Demo-2

We expect to. Ask us again in a few months  :)

-k9dc


> On Jun 1, 2020, at 01:50, Jeff Daugherty <w0nwa@...> wrote:
>
> Will the trip back be broadcast?
>






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