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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Thu Jan 14, 2016 4:30 pm

OK Kenny,
Thanks for that...I knew the others were down.
The stats pages are updating too, but xr32 is not communicating with you or gb7cip-5.
xr32 was running fine in Mint when the computer was dual boot. I had backed up all my xr32 files, which were up to date, when I copied them to the new Mint install.
I have just made a hard copy of my router settings for all the machines on the network and am checking the settings for the Mint pc.

What I can't understand is why the other sites aren't working,I can access all of them on my home network,using <ip address>:<port no.>, but only one on the internet.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Thu Jan 14, 2016 6:08 pm

Duncan
it has to be in the router,check the open ports tie in with the PC ip 192 address
you know the dbray.no-ip.org works,just use that address and nothing else.
g4mki.no-ip.org is definetly not working.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Thu Jan 14, 2016 8:48 pm

Kenny,
I have re-invented the wheel  ..new install as (machine is dbray)
The web bit is noe working, in a modest way for my main site, but xr32 does not seem to want to link to you or gb7cip-5....pings google ok, so dns is ok/
Try these and let me know the outcome if you would be so kind
http://dbray.no-ip.org:8016 (xr32 web pages)
http://dbray.no-ip.org:83 will be my website

So far so good Smile
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Thu Jan 14, 2016 9:04 pm

Duncan
port 83 goes a default install Apache page, so that one is ok
port 8016 goes to your G4MKI-5 XR32
so far so good   Wink
were have you installed XR32 now Windows or Mint

can you just check my web page, i have been editing the default Apache page on the Linux mint PC thats in my shack,
which hosts my homepage, trying to keep it basic & simple.
http://www.g7vja.co.uk
when you have your webpage & XR32 Pages working 100% again i will add in a link on my site.

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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Thu Jan 14, 2016 10:58 pm

Kenny,
I still trying to set it all up in Mint, I re-installed it again to start with a clean slate.
I have only installed Wine, Apache2 and php5, not touched Samba or anything else on the principle that each install should take care of permissions.
I thought I could ping Google, I now find I can't.
I 've been following the links on your new homepage...it is developing well.
The Sally link didn't want to load, that is the only problem that I am aware of.
There is no point in me doing any more to the main webpage until I sort out the problem with xr32.
I want to persevere with Mint. I can fall back to the windows version, but future development lies with Mint..I will give it another few day's
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Fri Jan 15, 2016 12:59 am

I can ping google, when I remember to add .com!
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Fri Jan 15, 2016 12:03 pm

Hello Duncan
Thanks for checking my webpages,they should all be working now
i found a couple of mistakes that i made.
How you getting on ??
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Fri Jan 15, 2016 9:44 pm

Hi Kenny,
Well, some headway has been made but not unfortunately with xr32.
It seems as though the problem with my web pages was my failure to realise that providing no-ip.com with an updated email address required me to re-install the  no-ip updater on every machine!
I discovered it accidentally. The mb7uek site provides nearly all the data for my website, maps, links to aprs/bbs etc. So I was very determined to sort things out on the pi supporting mb7uek. In the first instance, I moved all the www files to a safe place and uninstalled apache2. I then re-installed apache2 only to find  it had made no difference. At which point the penny dropped. I then uninstalled the noip updater, and reinstalled it..problem solved!! mb7uek.no-ip.org is online again. I have now a new web presence:
http://dbray.no-ip.org:83/index.php
I am still updating links or removing pages they were pointing to.

I tried something else this afternoon.
Changed all the router ports around and ran the old windows version of xr32, with exactly the same result I am getting with the Mint version. I can ping google.com, uk.yahoo.com and skype.com add get their ip address back with the rtt. so...I have internet access, but not to the 44.zzzyyy.xxx network
You need to follow the nodes link on mu home page to get to the xr32 stats pages...all working.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Fri Jan 15, 2016 9:59 pm

Duncan
there are a few dead links on your web page,but you can tweak then as you had to do a re-install.
the xr32 pages need to be on the same PC as the XR32 program
whether its on Apache or the xr32 html folder
I can bring up the front page for xr32 stats,but no connection to the other pages.
http://dbray.no-ip.org:83/index.htm
here is what appears when the stats tab is clicked on

Not Found
the requested URL /exec was not found on this server.
Apache/2.4.7 (Ubuntu) Server at dbray.no-ip.org Port 83

check the xr32 config, to see that the http port is correct and the httproot is correct
HTTPPORT=86 ; Default is 80.  ('0' disables HTTP).
;HTTPROOT=/HOME/XR32/HTTP
HTTPROOT=/VAR/WWW/HIAWATHA

Get yourself a very large Coffee and stand back for a couple of hours.
i would have thrown the Pc out of the door by now had it be me..hi
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Fri Jan 15, 2016 10:31 pm

Thanks Kenny, I need to 'massage' my xrouter.config. HTTPROOT=HOME/XR32/HTTP
I will change it to HTTPORT=/VAR/WWW/HTML (where my other web pages are)

g4mki.no-ip.org is also running now  http://g4mki.no-ip.org

Link to which ever you prefer.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Fri Jan 15, 2016 10:44 pm

Kenny,
Try this:

http://dbray.no-ip.org:83/index.php

Then click the BPQNodes tab at the top of the page...takes you to .../info2.php

The link on that page is:
http://dbray.no-ip.org:8016 xr32 stats
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Sat Jan 16, 2016 1:16 am

Hello Duncan
all the above links are working ok,well done.
and we have a connection too G4MKI-5 allthough only at 11% at the moment
hopefully that should getter better as we go along.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Sat Jan 16, 2016 1:42 pm

GA Kenny,

A new link:

http://dbray.no-ip.org:83/weewx/index.html

I have changed my web root and xr32 httproot to /var/www as weewx insisted (out of the box) on putting its web pages in /var/www/weewx
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Sun Jan 17, 2016 2:08 am

Hi Duncan
WX web page is working ok,i have it in my favourites.
I have been thinking about getting a weather station,may get one later in
the year.
be worthy of a new topic on here.,setting up a weather station

in my Apache/g4mki folder i have put two files for you.
http://gb7cow.dyndns.org:8015/g4mki
one is called sample.inf and the other is robot.txt
sample.inf is an information text file that you can edit and add what ever text you may want
ie:what services you run
or your local radio club meeting dates
all you need to do is create the file with the new text,then save it using any name with a .inf extention
so again example: you would end up with two files called mb7uek.inf & club.inf
these files go in the info folder of xr32
you would type i * to list the files available in xr32
i filename to read it
if i recall the Maximum file name is 8 letters

the robot.txt goes in the root folder of xr32
and you can also put a copy in any other web servers you may have running

M0HWM from Herne Bay was 5&9 here on 7.160 Easypal Digital SSTV
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Sun Jan 17, 2016 4:13 pm

Kenny,
I have placed an unedited version of sample.inf (saved as g4mki.inf) in the  xr32 .inf folder...it seems to be working ok. Robots.txt has also been installed

The weewx software I installed in Mint kept stopping, so for the moment, the web page is not updating. I am working on another solution. My weather station uses vws (virtual weather station) software for Windows. I made up my own web page template, using vws variables, which I send to my /public directory on the raspberry pi. I was using crontab to move the files needed by the template from /public to /var/www, so that I could display the page with 5 min updates...again, crontab is not moving the files. It was,but isn't now. The Herne Bay Weather 'button' on my APRS pages last updated in August using the template.

For a few months, I ran weewx without any problems on my new pi. I have since opted not to as the update frequency (read/write) of the weather data sent to the SD card is more or less guaranteed to wreck the SD card.

Another work in progress!

I have not worked M0HWM on slow scan, but I have decoded his sigs on Easypal in the past. I have HRD and Easypal installed on my laptop.

I need a new weather station! The original wired Oregon WX station I installed circa 2000 had the wind speed/direction sensor mounted just below my colinear on an 18ft aluminium pole which was attached to the wall of the house just below the gutter. It was an ideal location for it - wind gusts of 70mph were not uncommon in Spring and Autumn gales
It was replaced by a wireless one in about 2008 and moved to a different location
on a much shorter pole to the rear of the garage,,where the max recorded windspeed was around 40 mph.
Last summer I decided to move it again, and during the process accidentally broke off one of the 3 wind speed sensor cups. As replacement rotors are no longer available, I repaired it using super glue. Since then the ribbon feeder to my g5rv may have fouled it in a gale with the result that the re-glued cup has disappeared from the face of the earth. My wind speed indicator now runs with only 2 of 3 cups in place!
As far as weather stations are concerned you pay your money and take your choice. You need one with a serial or USB feed to a pc, which is wireless, and will probably cost between £100-£150 and (deliberately, in my view) come with built in obsolescence after 5 years.,
I have been transmitting an APRS WX beacon since before I took out the NoV for MB7UEK as I have always thought it one of the more useful aspects of APRS. In any event, I upload WX data to WeatherWunderground online as IKENTHER1, which is probably more reliable than the MB7UEK feed. I am just about to add a link on my website to your new homepage, if you have no objection. ( the dbray.no-ip.org:83/index.php Version)
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Sun Jan 17, 2016 5:32 pm

Hello Duncan
the g4mki .inf file is working,i just checked it.
no problem you adding a link to my webpage,i still have to do yours
when the dust at your end has settled.
In the early days of uiview i ran wx as well via a WX server which i cannot for the life of me remember what site it was.
£150 is not a bad price,but i would want more than five years out of it.
what new wx station you thinking of getting??

i am monitoring 7.160 now for any Easypal SSTV,
bands not to good this time of day, EU is coming through with a few pictures.
a german station is sending without listening to the band,he has keyed over an Italian station a couple of time.think he is going for the world record on how many pictures he can send in a minute.
sstv pictures are here
http://www.qsl.net/g7vja
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Sun Jan 17, 2016 6:31 pm

Hello Kenny,
I have been browsing your pics on the SSTV page. I like the woodpecker! We had one returning to our feeder for over a month before Christmas, but we think our daughter's dog frightened it away when she came to stay over Christmas.
It was a male, with a red patch on top of it's head. I took some pictures of it.

I need to compose some more SSTV pics. I have had variuos dabbles at it over the past few years, using both HRD and Easypal, but with various system crashes, new hard drives etc, I have lost them.

Re: WX station...I have not decided what to get yet...just called for dinner..more later.
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