2176Re: [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] RE: Working Pi, Was "New to Linux, Raspberry PI an TNC-PI"
- Sep 1, 2013Yes, it is possible to save OSM maps and use them in Xastir. I did a paper for the upcoming Digital Communications Conference in Seattle that explains how to do this. You can find an advance copy of it here:John W2FS
http://www.tnc-x.com/DCC2013.docOn Sun, Sep 1, 2013 at 9:13 AM, CyclingSoldier <cyclingsoldier@...> wrote:
Never mind. I went back and r-RTFM (re-Read The Flippin’ Manual) and found where I had made a mistake in the editing of the files in the boot directory. Too tired eyes and too eager after building it.
However, I do have a follow-up. Is it possible to either save the OSM maps or at least cache them in Xastir?
73 Jack KE4LWT
Built my TNC-PI, set up my Raspberry Pi with Xastir, and can't seem to get much farther along. I followed the info in the manual for the TNC-PI, but I don't seem to be getting anywhere. I can't get anything from the internet feed to Xastir, so that must not be set up correctly. I assumed (I know...) that the "comment" in the KISS TNC set up was for the validation code for the APRS-IS. Also, on the Interface/Configure KISS TNC screen, in the string /dev/
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