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Author Topic: Kenwood TS-2000x and Linux APRX  (Read 1180 times)
AK7WS
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« on: September 16, 2018, 07:59:31 PM »

Has anyone setup the TS-2000(x) with APRX on linux?  If so, I'd like to know what your configuration file looks like.
I've been testing it, and would eventually like to run a digipeater. Smiley
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KG4RUL
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« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2018, 05:55:19 AM »

Will APRX work with a KISS modem?
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KB0WLF
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« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2018, 11:36:31 AM »

this is my old aprx conf

it ran fine business but i've moved onto a wx3in1plus now.

i used a first gen pi model b

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mycall KB0WLF-10
myloc lat 3736.88N lon 09131.83W

<aprsis>
   passcode      CHANGE THIS
   server      noam.aprs2.net
#   filter   "f/n0jqx*"      # friend filter
   filter   "m/200"         # range filter
#   filter   "b/n0jqx-9/n0jqx"   # budlist
#   filter   "o/ISS*"      # space station
#   heartbeat-timeout   1m
</aprsis>

#<logging>
#   pidfile      /var/run/aprx.pid
#   rflog      /var/log/aprx/aprx-rf.log
#   aprxlog      /var/log/aprx/aprx.log
#   erlangfile      /var/run/aprx.state
#</logging>

<interface>
   serial-device   /dev/ttyUSB0   9600 8n1   KISS
   tx-ok      true
   telem-to-is      true
</interface>

<digipeater>
   transmitter      $mycall
   <source>
   source      $mycall
   </source>
   <source>
   source      APRSIS
   relay-type   third-party
#   viscous-delay   5
#   filter      "b/n0jqx-9/n0jqx"   # budlist
#   filter      "o/ISS*"      # space station
   </source>
</digipeater>

<beacon>
#   beaconmode      both
   cycle-size      30m
   beacon via WIDE2-2 \
   symbol "T&" $myloc comment "PHG5360/KB0WLF piGATE"
</beacon>

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this conf is probably NOT the best/slickest/greatest/streamlined file but i KNOW it ran without error.

digipeater + igate
it showed up as a black diamond with a T (transmitting igate, digigate)

hopefully you can get an idea of what to put where.
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