Re: HBlink and DMRlink in "production"
Nicola,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I have to admit I have never tried to run HBlink under Windows. It may work but I'll let someone else comment.
You can run it on a Pi. I don't see a reason you could not run it on one of the Pi-Star machines.
I have not been very good at working on the Wiki, so the documentation is limited. Here are the basics:
Download dmr_utils at <https://github.com/n0mjs710/dmr_utils>
Run the install.sh
Download HBlink at <https://github.com/n0mjs710/HBlink>
Rename hblink-SAMPLE.cfg to hblink.cfg
Disable Repeater-1 in hblink.cfg
Set the port and password for Master-1
Point your MMDVMHosts at the IP address of the machine running HBlink
Start HBlink with "python hblinkpy"
Start you MMDVMHosts and make sure they are logging in.
Stop HBlink with a control C
Start hb_bridge_all with "hb_bridge_all.py"
Your MMDVMHosts should be able to communicate with each other.
Stop hb_bridge_all with a control C
Read the hblink.cfg. You will find most everything you need to know in the configuration.
Do not be afraid to experiment.
I'm sure I missed something or made a typo. If you get a error message, stop read the message. Even if you don't completely understand the error, you should be able to pick out enough info.
73, Steve N4IRS
On 12/12/2017 08:08 PM, Nicola IT9FXF via Groups.Io wrote: