Yes, I got it working.
I went with the HamVoIP v1.5 image ( which is a fork of Allstar's
Raspberry Pi image) which uses the Arch Linux distribution. The
HamVoIP release evidently has several fixes in it regarding audio
delays, etc. that the the official Allstar images do NOT have. The challenge I found with the HamVoIP
image is not well integrated with modern SystemD-based Linux
OSes and the binaries for the DV-Switch stuff seems to lag from
what N4IRS publishes at https://github.com/DVSwitch
submitted several changes to the HamVoIP developers to improve
that SystemD integration but regardless saying they would add them
in, I don't think they ever did. I will admit it was some time
ago and I need to look again. I'm happy to send these patches
to others who might be interested in them.
There is also a user-created DV-Switch image which i uses Raspbian
(better support on Raspberry Pi, is more SystemD integrated, etc:
That web site is Spanish centric, a bit hard to find the details,
etc. but it might work for you.
Anyway, what I ultimately did was follow this doc and started
with the software AMBE support:
I later switched over to a hardware AMBE device made by
NW-Digitial and that worked fine as well.
On 01/26/2020 11:22 AM, Mike WG5EEK
David, did you get this running? I want to add a DMR
bridge to my HamVoIP install but ran into obviously issues with