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Ah just learned something new. I new that apt wouldn’t load it so I assumed that they were built for Debian based systems and had to be built from source.
So there you go. I would still dump hamvoip and go with a clean install though on raspbian. You will know much better how everything works and will be easier to do.
On Apr 5, 2020, at 17:10, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Actually, the DVSwitch binaries will work on HAMVOIP but the apt
packages will not install on ARCH. The packages have to be pulled
apart and the pieces installed manually. That being said, the
AllStar side of the bridge is simple (chan_usrp) and needs to be
pointed at Analog_Bridge. It does not matter want that target
machine IP is. (127.0.0.1 or 192.168.1.111)
On 4/5/20 4:54 PM, Jeff Lehman, N8ACL
via groups.io wrote:
And finally the answer comes out. Hamvoip uses arch linux as its
base and none of the dvswitch software will work on arch. It has
been built for the Debian based systems like raspbian, dwbian and
ubuntu. You will not get this to work without rebuilding
everything from source code.
The only other option is to start from a clean raspbian
install and install allstar and the dvswitch components that
way, not using the hamvoip image.
That is how myself and many many others use allstar and
dvswitch bridges. Hamvoip is ok to get started with but
customization is very difficult. It’s not hard to install
allstar and everything on raspbian. Again just follow the
Why can't you just start with a standard Debian / Raspbian,
dump the Arch custom build and add the extras too it instead
It's hard to work with os on a pi with ARM that
Hamvoip all-star uses that nothing installs like regular
vers of Linux do. All most everything has to be manually
installed, piece by piece. That's why I have/use a
separate Linux machine for the other stuff.