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Re: hotspots 1, 2, 3

IK7VXC Mike
 

Ok Steve, I have no intentions to change them. Since I saw they can be invoked by *11, *12 and *13 I thought they were meant for the user to do something.


Re: hotspots 1, 2, 3

Steve N4IRS
 

They are used by the advanced macros menu. I would not change them.

On 12/9/2021 2:33 AM, IK7VXC Mike wrote:
Hi,
In the dvsm.macro file there is a section regarding hotspots.

# Hotspots
11 = ${DVSM} hotspot_1
12 = ${DVSM} hotspot_2
13 = ${DVSM} hotspot_3

I looked them up in the manual but could not find any reference. Since these are clearly shortcuts to activate "something", can you please help me understand how and when I want to use them? Thank you

Mike IK7VXC


hotspots 1, 2, 3

IK7VXC Mike
 

Hi,
In the dvsm.macro file there is a section regarding hotspots.

# Hotspots
11 = ${DVSM} hotspot_1
12 = ${DVSM} hotspot_2
13 = ${DVSM} hotspot_3

I looked them up in the manual but could not find any reference. Since these are clearly shortcuts to activate "something", can you please help me understand how and when I want to use them? Thank you

Mike IK7VXC


Re: ID différent #hblink

Steve N4IRS
 

Which dashboard? What is your DMR ID. Please post screenshot.

On 12/8/21 9:05 PM, Johann Layemard wrote:
Bonjour après avoir configuré dvswitch pour freedmr je constate que mon ID est différent sur le dashboard. Comment je peux le modifier. Merci 


ID différent #hblink

Johann Layemard
 

Bonjour après avoir configuré dvswitch pour freedmr je constate que mon ID est différent sur le dashboard. Comment je peux le modifier. Merci 


Re: dvs update

Tom Corcoran
 

On Wed, Dec 8, 2021 at 09:55 AM, Steve N4IRS wrote:
/var/log/mmdv
tnx Steve ... deleted netcheck, system and daemon logs and all is good again.
 
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Tom VE3NY


Re: dvs update

Steve N4IRS
 

Look at /var/log/dvswitch and /var/log/mmdvm. Also, look at /var/log in general.

On 12/8/2021 9:53 AM, Tom Corcoran wrote:
When I execute a dvs update, I get the following error messages. Looks like there is no space left for update. It this is true, I'm not sure which files/directories to delete. Don't want to delete critical file(s). Advice?
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Tom VE3NY


dvs update

Tom Corcoran
 

When I execute a dvs update, I get the following error messages. Looks like there is no space left for update. It this is true, I'm not sure which files/directories to delete. Don't want to delete critical file(s). Advice?
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Tom VE3NY


Re: What is an ISPC2 Server?

Steve N4IRS
 

They are going to try to replace HBLink with MMDVM_Bridge since the communications between modules is the same (TLV)

On 12/6/2021 10:48 AM, Mike KB8JNM wrote:

Sounds like you could purge and try again or try again on some other machine ?

On 12/6/2021 10:46 AM, Steve N4IRS wrote:
I am told the issue does not happen on each install. They are continuing to work to resolve.

On 12/6/2021 10:15 AM, Tim WD6AWP via groups.io wrote:
Well poop...
#Dockerised IPSC <--> HomeBrew Protocol stack. 
#
#For connecting Motorola repeaters to FreeDMR
#NB: If you get strange audio problems, try only 
#enabling one timelot. This is a known issue 
#with the current tools. 



Re: What is an ISPC2 Server?

Mike KB8JNM
 

Sounds like you could purge and try again or try again on some other machine ?

On 12/6/2021 10:46 AM, Steve N4IRS wrote:
I am told the issue does not happen on each install. They are continuing to work to resolve.

On 12/6/2021 10:15 AM, Tim WD6AWP via groups.io wrote:
Well poop...
#Dockerised IPSC <--> HomeBrew Protocol stack. 
#
#For connecting Motorola repeaters to FreeDMR
#NB: If you get strange audio problems, try only 
#enabling one timelot. This is a known issue 
#with the current tools. 


Re: What is an ISPC2 Server?

Steve N4IRS
 

I am told the issue does not happen on each install. They are continuing to work to resolve.

On 12/6/2021 10:15 AM, Tim WD6AWP via groups.io wrote:
Well poop...
#Dockerised IPSC <--> HomeBrew Protocol stack. 
#
#For connecting Motorola repeaters to FreeDMR
#NB: If you get strange audio problems, try only 
#enabling one timelot. This is a known issue 
#with the current tools. 


Re: What is an ISPC2 Server?

Steve N4IRS
 

It is being worked on.

On 12/6/2021 10:15 AM, Tim WD6AWP via groups.io wrote:
Well poop...
#Dockerised IPSC <--> HomeBrew Protocol stack. 
#
#For connecting Motorola repeaters to FreeDMR
#NB: If you get strange audio problems, try only 
#enabling one timelot. This is a known issue 
#with the current tools. 


Re: What is an ISPC2 Server?

 

Well poop...

#Dockerised IPSC <--> HomeBrew Protocol stack. 
#
#For connecting Motorola repeaters to FreeDMR
#NB: If you get strange audio problems, try only 
#enabling one timelot. This is a known issue 
#with the current tools. 


Re: heure sur dvswitch #dvs

mfj_986
 

Il faut régler l'heure dans le raspberrypi.
Raspu-config en mode console



Envoyé depuis mon smartphone.


-------- Message d'origine --------
De : Johann Layemard <Johannlayemard@...>
Date : 06/12/2021 14:40 (GMT+01:00)
À : main@DVSwitch.groups.io
Objet : [DVSwitch] heure sur dvswitch #dvs

bonjour comment réglé l'heure sur DVSWITCH.
merci


heure sur dvswitch #dvs

Johann Layemard
 

bonjour comment réglé l'heure sur DVSWITCH.
merci


Re: ASL DMR to Analog Bride

 

OK very good, 
Just tried that and moved my DMR id from a -01 extention to a -02 extention and rebooted the system and all seems to be working now...

Thank  You for the information..

James


Re: What is an ISPC2 Server?

 

FreeDMR looks pretty interesting, btw. Thanks Steve. 


Re: What is an ISPC2 Server?

 

I have two Motorola repeaters connected. It just bugs the heck that two masters are needed, one for each time slot. I'd like them to configure the way homebrew repeaters do, on one master.


Re: What is an ISPC2 Server?

 

I don't see you in the directory. What's your call?


Re: What is an ISPC2 Server?

Steve N4IRS
 

FreeDMR expands from the basic HBlink And it's opensource. Depending on your needs you can do Motorola repeater with HBlink. Example Dashboard <http://www.freedmr.uk/index.php/dashboard/repeater-dashboard/>

On 12/5/21 6:32 PM, Tim WD6AWP via groups.io wrote:
I'll check out FreeDMR. However, I have HBLink running (http://dmr.wd6awp.net) and there are a couple of things that could be better, mainly Motorola repeater support and a realtime dashboard. From what I can tell looking at the dashboards, IPSC2 is better in both regards. Any idea who might know where to find out the availability of IPSC2 server? 

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