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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:27 am

we are on page six already,lot of messages
OK on the port 10098 Bpq,mine is Hashed out for now
see you had a spell on the cluster
40 & 80 mtrs are very noisy down this way.
is your xr32 HTTP ready yet or is it localhost only for the time being
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Wed Jan 06, 2016 8:21 am

Kenny,
Localhost at the moment. For some reason xr32 won't accept an HTTPORT other than 80. I need to avoid 80,81 and 82. I was using 8016 in the Windows setup.
Last night, I tried 83,84,85,86 and 8016....I had to change /etc/apache2/port.conf,
/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default.conf and my router for every port tried. I even changed the no-ip host from dbray.no-ip.org to dsbray.no-ip.org. (on the no-ip site).
I can't work out how to setup samba shares, so I can't 'see' any of my network machines from Mint. (I must have done it for Ubuntu Mate as I can access /public from my Windows 10 laptop)
Every time I change my xrouter.cfg HTTPORT from 80, xr32 wont load and I get the same error report I was getting.
Until I can change HTTPORT to something useable, samba shares is academic as I can only set HTTPROOT to /home/xr32/http or /var/www.
The other problem I was finding > I can use sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 stop, to stop the apache server but I can't restart it without rebooting Mint, which is a pain. Most of yesterday was spent trying to sort this out... study confused
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Wed Jan 06, 2016 8:34 am

Kenny,
Your route is now con% 98 as are the others.
I play cluster, more often than not to test the system. It has gone 'silent' on Mint (it wasn't on Windows), so I will need to play a little more to ring my bell!

I am off to the windmill for the morning. We are supposed to be replacing all the fantail blades which were seriously damaged in a severe gale before Christmas.
The weather seems calm enough this morning although this can be very deceptive working at height with limited room for manouver (spell checker required, that doesn't look right!)
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Wed Jan 06, 2016 9:33 am

GM Duncan
I have made a couple of changes to my config
the links to mydxc & cowbbs should work properly now
when you connect to g7vja-5
could you run a test on those for me.
just type in either mydxc or cowbbs
later we can set & correct your xr32 config to do the same

have a good time at the windmill,hope the WX holds up for you all working on the blades.

i am going food shopping with the XYL & pay the Vet bill £220.00
missing my dog big time..
it will be pension day soon, top up the bank account hi
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Wed Jan 06, 2016 3:53 pm

GA Kenny,
Unfortunately Vet bills are never small even in the most distressing circumstances and having to pay them is an unpleasant reminder of what it was for...my daughter gets very upset when her dog injures itself.

The links from HART to MYDXC and COWBBS are now ok. I have used both and left a brief message at COWBBS confirming they are now fine.

As for pension day, roll on..only a week to go for one, a bit longer for the other.
Mine are not in sync, as one is per calendar month and the other 4 weekly!
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Wed Jan 06, 2016 4:11 pm

GA Duncan
Got the BBS message ok,i did reply to it,so you have one to read
shopping came to £112.00, prices are creeping up slowly
more than likely have to top up by the weekend
if the goverment were to scrap Duty & VAT on everything then
prices would be more favourable to the shopper

i only have my state pension now
private pension did not warrant having it monthly as interest rates have stayed so low for a long time,so i took it as a lump sum.
i still cover the Hartland British Geological Survey Observatory four to five weeks a years, so that pays for any radio bits i may need.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Wed Jan 06, 2016 4:40 pm

GA Kenny,
Apparently I need an xr32 driving lesson ( consult Paula's notes). I just connected to COWBBS and read your reply to my message, then discovered that my console
had gone into a mysterious mode <I> <I> <PgUp> <PgDn> <End> and would not respond to my keyboard keys...oops so I had to  do Alt-X +Y and start again. I need to go back to COWBBS to delete the message.

Re: The windmill, it was our first maintenance session of the New Year, spent drinking coffee, chinwagging and eating Christmas cake. Some work was done,
I did manage to repaint the door liners on the new external door to the mill, which is 2 floors up from the ground, providing access to the Reefing Stage.
Colleagues sorted through the sail shutters which were removed before Christmas ( all 198 of them), to decide which I would have to repair before Easter.
There are about 40 which will need 4 steel angle brackets screwed into the frame corners as strengtheners, and 5 or so, which will need complete new frames, or parts thereof, which is down to me.
If push comes to shove, the sails will turn with only 50% of the shutters in place
...those farthest from the centre
As for the fantail...eventually a millwright was given the job and was installing the last of the 6 blades before I left today.
I had already made 2 new ones, which will be kept as spares, before the millwright got involved.  It would have taken me at least a month to make 4 more, and the general feeling was that I was being expected to do too much.
Kent County Council should pay for the work, but if push comes to shove, the Friends of Herne Mill have a healthy bank balance, mainly from rental income, to pay for it.
The Parish Office is attached to the mill and there is a Meeting Room for Parish Counctl Meetings and for OAP Art Classes etc.
BUT Herne Mill is owned and maintained by KCC with the help of the Friends.
We do basic day to day maintenane, running repairs, cutting the grass, repainting here and there..not the entire structure.
It is a Grade 1 Listed building and one of the finest working smock mills in the country.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Wed Jan 06, 2016 8:18 pm

Wish i had something like that around here,stop me getting bored
all they do in Devon is give it away to the National Trust.
when its all working i may take the XYL out and go and see it in all its glory.
Being a Grade 1 listed Building the paperwork must take for ever to go through.
put a photo on the General Chat page if you have one. as this is the XR32 page.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Thu Jan 07, 2016 1:50 am

Hello Duncan
could you check my xr32 web stats page
i have made a new template,need your opinion on it
http://gb7cow.dyndns.org:86

keep me posted on your Pc Apache problem
for xr32 i am using Hiawatha webserver
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Thu Jan 07, 2016 10:57 am

GM Kenny,
Your new xr32 template is excellent...I like it cheers
Time for a website rethink at this end. I might resurrect www.mb7uek.co.uk, which is dormant at the moment, that will require a substantial web page edit, which could be done in stages..I will keep you posted.
There is also a duplicate copy of the site available as gb7mki.no-ip.org, which I could revert to g4mki on another pi...I will keep you posted.,
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Thu Jan 07, 2016 11:42 am

GM Duncan
are you winning with the Apache problem
use the mb7uek.co.uk address that would look good

did you find my new xr32 page too light or just easy on the eyes
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Thu Jan 07, 2016 1:10 pm

Kenny,
It is certainly easy on the eyes...perhaps some colour would be better, try pastel rather than deep colours.

Re: No-Ip:
That was my fault for ignoring an email from them!
They had shut down mb7uek, g4mki and gb7mki.
I had recently added dbray, which I changed 2 days ago to dsbray...they left that one alone and is the one running on Mint!

I tried to assign a ServerName to g4mki, as g4mki.no-ip.org  as an experiment, to lock it to port 80....that's when it all went pear shaped. Previously I had not added the ServerName directive to any of the virtual hosts. I will try again now that things are running properly, though not with g4mki!

I still can't understand why xr32 won't accept an HTTPORT other than 80 though.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Thu Jan 07, 2016 3:34 pm

XR32 config should accept any port number you choose
mine is on port 86
are you sure you dont have anything else using the port you chose
My Dyndns.org is renewed automaticly every five years
same as my co.uk account ,I use Reg123 for my domain name.
I have got to make up my Apache pages yet,still on the default page.
typing up Apache webpages seem to be taking me longer,
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Thu Jan 07, 2016 4:13 pm

GA Kenny,
It would appear that no-ip are now requiring FREE account holders to renew every month, and are suggesting a 'pay for' option as a way of avoiding it. As far as I can make out, it will cost me $10/month for the honour of allowing them to host www.mb7uek.co.uk. I casually mentioned doing it to the xyl and she didn't rule it out!
I used to be with  Dyndns myself as a paying customer until I discovered no-ip could be free. I still have to send Dyndns money every 2 years to keep www.mb7uek.co.uk for which I receive a Registration Certificate from Nominet

I don't pay any rates during Feb & March, just retax the car for a year in one go,
so there may be an opportunity to renew www.mb7uek.co.uk (with the lowest bidder!)

xr32 is being very strange...I tried port 83, it ran at the first reboot and gave me the blackscreen next time I tried, so it is back to 80 with HTTP root shifted to /var/www, where the pages copied from /home/xr32/http are updating as they should.

If I am using a TCP port other than 80,81 and 82 elsewhere, it is news to me, but I will check the router port forwarding, just in case.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Thu Jan 07, 2016 5:05 pm

Duncan
Keep the Dyndns.org going get rid of no-ip
$10 a month, i would pay that for a year maybe but not a month
i run stacks of stuff using my dyndns.org and various ports
my router is near its limit with available ports
my plan is to whittle it down to a manageable system here

"Registration Certificate from Nominet"
i never got one
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Post by g4mki on Thu Jan 07, 2016 10:22 pm

Kenny,
I agree, whittling things down must be the right way to go...I am beginning to realise that my system, spread across several machines, is getting more and more difficult to manage.
I had a look at the price DynDNS are offering to host my url...quite a bit more than no-ip...when I first registered www.mb7uek.co.uk, it was with Tucows, who eventually transferred all their net business to DynDNS, thats when the price started to go up. It seems a bit odd to me that Nominet have taken over the registration of '.uk'...there is a watermark on my certificate to that effect. I will have to have a look at my entry in WHOIS.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Sat Jan 09, 2016 12:15 pm

Hello Duncan
I got your message on the BBS.
are you going to Dual boot the PC or single OS,when you re-install.
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Sat Jan 09, 2016 4:38 pm

Hello Kenny,
I have stuck with Dual boot and re-installed Mint as before.
I have no idea  why GRUB failed..when I came to the computer this morning the
screen would not respond to the on-off button and Mint had frozen. I couldn't close
Mint down, so I eventually pulled the plug...which may have caused the problem.
I pulled the dc plug out of the monitor, put it back in and switched it back on.

Some homework on the internet suggested a re-install from the DVD, which is what I then did.
Since re-installing xr32, I can now use localhost:83 to view the web pages.
Unfortunately, my most recent saved copy of xrouter.cfg did not include the changes made to your link. I can't remember whether we settled on udp 10083 or 10085.
xr32 is loading ok with HTTPPORT=83, which it would never do before, but I am not out of the woods yet.
I can't get a ping response from google but can access BRIARY on my local network link...so its back to head scratching time!
The links to  GB7CIP-5 and G7VJA-5 are down...Embarassed
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Sat Jan 09, 2016 4:43 pm

Hello Kenny,
A quick update, I have now got a 60% route to CRCHAT, so it may be just a case of waiting for the routes to re-establish themselves
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Sun Jan 10, 2016 12:02 am

Hi Duncan
we agreed port 10097 in the end which worked ok.
my setting for g4mki-5

PORT=23
ID=AXUDP Link with G4MKI-5
INTERFACENUM=14
IPLINK=g4mki.no-ip.org
UDPLOCAL=10097
UDPREMOTE=10097
MAXHOPS=3
CFLAGS=11
QUALITY=196
PACLEN=236
MHEARD=5
FRACK=5000
ENDPORT
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Sun Jan 10, 2016 1:07 am

Thanks again Kenny
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Thu Jan 14, 2016 12:21 pm

Hello Duncan
I am not getting any connection too G4MKI-5 XR32
is it down??
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Thu Jan 14, 2016 1:27 pm

Hi Kenny,
No, its not down...can't understand why though. I can ping google and yahoo and get an rtt back also all my network ip's.

Can you see http://dbray.no-ip.org:8016  all the indications here are that its now working BUT g4mki.no-ip.org is down, so too are http://gb7mki.no-ip.org:82 and http://mb7uek.co.uk:81

I have checked port 20 in xr32 to make sure that I have you on udp10097.

Problem started when I changed the hostname/hosts on Mint to dbray.
I had to remove the previous name of the WinXP machine from my router add dbray with all the ports previously assigned to WinXP.
Having done that, I reset the router.
If you can let me know if you can see http://dbray.no-ip.org:1086 that will help.
You would also be able to see http://g4mki.no-ip.org:83 on Mint if it was working properly.
Its a bit of a mess!!
Embarassed
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g4mki on Thu Jan 14, 2016 1:55 pm

Hi Kenny,
It might be better for me to abandon xr32 on Mint and revert to the windows version until I can get apache working properly on mint...
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Re: Xrouter - XR32

Post by g7vja on Thu Jan 14, 2016 4:14 pm

Hello Duncan
out of all the links you asked me to check only one worked
http://dbray.no-ip.org:8016
which goes to your XR32 stats pages G4MKI-5 : HBXR32
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