[op25-dev] OP25 RPi Image

John Ackermann N8UR jra@febo.com [op25-dev] op25-dev at yahoogroups.com
Mon Jan 29 14:14:01 UTC 2018

You're welcome, Tom.  I hope it works for those who try it!

And by the way -- At my request, Graham added a few user-friendly
features that I don't think are mentioned in the documentation.  In 

*  There is an on-screen cheat-sheet to keyboard commands

*  In trunk.tsv, lines beginning with "#" are ignored as
    comments, so you can have multiple systems and select
    by uncommenting

*  The whitelist and blacklist files can now be in the same
    format as the tag file -- the first field is the TGID and
    other (tab separated) fields are ignored.  This is *really*
    nice because you can now just cut/paste from the tag file
    into the whitelist file, and the descriptions let you know
    just what you're including/excluding.

*  If you are monitoring a site with more than about 20
    frequencies, the stock rx.py program crashes.  Graham's
    code has a hack to address this: just make the terminal
    window tall enough to show all the frequency status lines.
    My local site has 24 freqs, and this was a life-saver
    for me.

On 01/29/2018 04:21 AM, Tom Nash lhouta at gmail.com [op25-dev] wrote:
> Thank you very much John. We are greatly indebtful for this invaluable 
> gift.Tnx
> Le 29 janv. 2018 00:10, "John Ackermann N8UR jra at febo.com 
> <mailto:jra at febo.com> [op25-dev]" <op25-dev at yahoogroups.com 
> <mailto:op25-dev at yahoogroups.com>> a écrit :
>     __
>     I finally had time to package up my OP25 system onto a ready-to-run
>     image for an RPi3. This is based on the full Raspbian Stretch OS with
>     GUI, so it's a 1.3 GB download.
>     It's at http://febo.com/pages/os_images
>     <http://febo.com/pages/os_images>, along with a couple of other
>     RPi images (one for an NTP time server, another that makes a bunch of
>     RTL-SDR dongles look like a single Hermes HPSDR receiver).
>     After downloading, unzip the file (it'll be a bit over 4GB) and
>     write to
>     an 8GB SD card. Stick the card in your Pi and wait for the desktop to
>     appear.
>     This system has Graham's (github.com/boatbod
>     <http://github.com/boatbod>) latest code and if you
>     happen to live in Montgomery County, Ohio, and have an HDMI monitor
>     with
>     speakers, you are all set to go. :-) Otherwise, you'll need to make
>     appropriate edits to the config files and possibly change the sound
>     settings.
>     Enjoy!
>     73,
>     John
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