Thanks for the reply, yes I would like to try linking DX-Spider, I would in the end like most of my Ham stuff to be running on one pc. Glad to hear the web interface is coming to the windows version. I like it on the linbpq version, I will keep testing and I will post and problems but so far so good.
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "John Wiseman" wrote:
> Hi Stephen,
> Thanks for the feedback.
> I plan to add the web interface to the Windows version once I have completed
> the development of it on Linux.
> I've been working on a way of linking spider to the linbpq node on the same
> machine, so perhaps you'd like to try that once I have the dealis worked
> 73, John
> From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
> Sent: 08 February 2013 16:55
> To: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [BPQ32] Linbpq Debian 6
> I download the files and the setup instruction last night this morning I
> placed the files on my Debian 6 box and it worked as it should I was not
> surprised as you had it running on Ubuntu. I has a problem at first with my
> config file I had an error but once I fixed that it worked (that was my
> mistake) The instruction were in my opinion clear. I have it talking to my
> windows BPQ32 and it seems to be working I can telnet see the BBS web access
> etc, I did not setup the com port as the PC only has one and I have
> DX-Spider running on it using the com port.
> I realy like the web access, can this be added to the windows version?
> I will move the DX-Spider to windows where it came from several months ago
> an configure the Linbpq with a com port for testing.
> At this time until it has the same tools as the windows I will keep the
> windows version running, but would perfer it to be running on linix.
> Again I would like to see the windows verson with the web access I really
> like that and see that it would be nice to have, if you are looking for
> someone to try it out let me know if it is something you are willing to look
> Thanks again