Re: Recording your QSO's as an MP3 file
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Hopefully I can get a tip on this issue.
I ran the moveconvert.sh script...did the install etc. according to the nice video.
It works fine, except that my node is running on a cloud server and in order to get the latest audio files I have to actually run bash moveconvert.sh manually. That means I have to go into the /home/repeater directory and then type sudo bash moveconvert.sh every time I want to add the latest audio *.wav files to my library. It does not happen automatically.
Is there a fix so that I don't have to run the script every time I want to add the latest wav files to the library?
thanks for the help
Mark 4x1ks / ku4m
On Mon, Jul 8, 2019 at 1:09 PM Joshua Nulton <kg5ebi@...
My mistake Steve, feel free to remove the post.
On Mon, Jul 8, 2019 at 5:07 AM Steve N4IRS <szingman@...
To be clear, this subgroup is intended for discussion of interfacing
with AllStarlink, not general ASL support. Since you are already
posting in the general ASL user list, that should be sufficient.
73, Steve N4IRS
On 7/8/19 3:56 AM, Joshua Nulton wrote:
I have put together a <15
minute tutorial on everything needed to record the QSO's on your
Allstar node, move them to an internet accessible web folder and
convert them from large .WAV files (the compression used is not
all that bad really) into manageable .MP3 files that will play
back simply through your browser.
The process requires the installation of 4 packages.
- Apache2 (most likely have this installed already)
- rsync (very small, lightweight and reliable)
- ffmpeg to convert the audio
- lame encoder to convert to mp3 codec
Installation and configuration of everything is
demonstrated in the YouTube tutorial video. If you don't
want to type out the bash script it can be downloaded here:
The software mentioned above will still need installed as
per video instructions. Quick overview is here:
apt-get install apache2
apt-get install rsync
apt-get install ffmpeg
apt-get install lame
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