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Re: [Tlf-devel] Problem with Spots and need for ttyS2 and ttyS3

From: Ernst-Jan Eijlers
Subject: Re: [Tlf-devel] Problem with Spots and need for ttyS2 and ttyS3
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2004 22:14:22 +0100
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Thanks for your very swift respons! I feel ashamed on my request regarding the 
serial ports. Indeed, it works fine! Obviously, I have carried out too much 
different trials this weekend! Maybe it is possible to mention it on your 
project site. Now, it only mentions ttyS0 and ttyS1.

With respect to the spots information, I have generated a cluster log file via  
the command:

   telnet node | tee -a clfile

The logfile is shown below. This is not what I used to do as I prefer using 
the direct Telnet interface. Parts of my normal configuration file are copied 
below as well.
The information below is not visible in my spots window, it is only being 
displayed when I use the cluster option and when I have selected the telnet 
option in de configuration file.

Most probably, I have made a stupid setting, but I have read the documentation 
over and over. Please advise.

Best 73s de PA3FXS, Ernst-Jan

Relevant (?) parts of my configuration file:
# Cluster: PI4TUE (Eindhoven)


Cluster log

*** Connected to PI5EHV-8
DX de IZ3ACX:    21198.7  VA2DRT       PACKET                         2044Z  
DX de JA3FYC:     1823.9  UK8DAN       CQ                             2045Z 
DX de JA1FXR:     1821.5  YL2AM                                       2048Z  
DX de 6K2AVL:     7045.0  IZ6FXP       CQ DX                          2046Z  
DX de DL2FAG:    14070.0  J37LR                                       2047Z  
DX de JA3FYC:     1821.5  YL2SM                                       2047Z 
DX de JA1FXR:     1821.5  YL2SM        CQ                             2050Z 

Op zondag 14 maart 2004 20:40, schreef Rein Couperus:
> On Sunday 14 March 2004 18:05, Ernst-Jan Eijlers wrote:
> > Dear OM,
> >
> > Two weeks ago I installed TLF. Currently I am exploring the XPlanet
> > functionality. Unfortunately, the spots window (Node: PI5TUE) does not
> > show the information as provided by the cluster. Consequently, the
> > tlfmasters file is not filled properly. Any advice?
> Hallo Ernst-Jan,
> what do you mean with that? There are two ways to show the cluster data:
> 1.: full info, as the cluster sends it
> 2.: spot info, showing frequency, call and time
> You can switch betreen these with ctrl-a. During a contest (2) is the
> default.
> The latter (2.) produces the tlfmaster file for Xplanet, the former (1)
> does not. This works also in BANDMAP or NEEDED mode.
> If you have problems with this, I'd be interested to get a copy of a
> cluster log file to see the format. I am normally using PI5TUE or
>, and I have never had problems.
> > Further, I do have two radios connected by serial ports to my computer, I
> > do understand that only ttyS0 and ttyS1 are supported yet. Is there any
> > plan to implement the support for ttyS2 and ttyS3?
> When your system supports the ports (check with minicom) , you can just
> say: RIGPORT=/dev/ttyS2 or even
> RIGPORT=/dev/ttyUSB1
> Tlf supports this.
> I have not been lucky yet to persuade my Debian system to understand the
> /dev/ttyUSBx, I am now waiting for a PCI 2x serial card for the extra ports
> (needed for the RTTY controller)...
> 73, and success
> Rein PA0R
> > Thanks for your respons!
> >
> >
> > Best 73s de PA3FXS, Ernst-Jan

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