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Author Topic: Jupiter / XP > internet > MAC  (Read 8080 times)
KG9H
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« on: December 14, 2011, 05:19:06 AM »

Anyone have a solution for this?

Don't really want to buy another MAC for the station (but I will if that is the only solution).

I really want to head in the direction of CW on the road but will NOT go back to Windows to do this.

Anyone?  KG9H Frank
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N9EYL
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« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2012, 08:39:59 PM »

Do you want to remote control a Jupiter from a remote Macintosh Computer?

Have you tried TightVNC on the PC and ChickenoftheVNC on the Mac.  Forward the 5900 port and get yourself a DynDNS.org acct and client.

Jeff
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K3SF
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« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2012, 08:46:35 AM »

hi

simple free solution

you can use teamviewer on the pc and on the mac. this will allow you to control the pc from the mac from anywhere on the internet. run whatever s/w on the the pc to control the radio. a good choice is HRD then use skype to handle the audio

my setup is as follows
home..

iMac running Vmware with Xp which is running HRD..which controls an Orion 565
both the iMac and VMware xp virtual machine are running their own instance of teamviewer...
i can allow friends access to the teamviewer and skype on Xp virtual machine
by which they then have remote control of the Orion with audio over skype

but
 
only i have control of iMac via the iMac teamviewer which allows me to monitor the virtual machine and shut it down of there is any problem or abuse ;-)

i also run IP based power switch to shut down everything in the event this is necessary
like timeout timer fails i can remotely shutdown the whole station
also
you should think of some timeout timer for the transmitter...

the remote computers have been...ipod touch, iPad, Laptop PC as well a macbookpro
teamviewer and skype run on all of these too

hope this helps

paul K3SF





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KB2HSH
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« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2012, 06:41:09 AM »

Yep...Paul took the words right out of my mouth, as it were.  Teamviewer is THE best.

There's even a way that Teamviewer works via any web browser.  In 2009, when I spent the summer working in Kingston, NY, I was still able to play on the LEO satellites via Teamviewer.
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