Re: [aprsisce] Lynn, I broke it...
- Can you e-mail the .XML file to KJ4ERJ@...? Also, if you open a
telnet session (I'm assuming you're on Win32) with "telnet
rotate.aprs2.net 14580" (space, not a colon), what does it say? I'm
suspecting you actually have connectivity issues getting to APRS-IS and
it's coincidence that it happened with your other changes. Finally, is
this the released version or development? There's a big difference in
what they do for connections and ability to debug connection-related
issues. I'm thinking it's the released version, because otherwise, I
think I'd be seeing stuff about Resolving and a list of IP address that
came from the rotate.aprs2.net DNS.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ
James Ewen wrote:
> Okay, I've hosed up my machine...
> I went to play with the Kenwood Development version again.
> When I started it up, it started squawking about wanting to know where
> my OSM tiles were located. I tried pointing it at the main directory,
> sub directories, right down to the actual 0/0/0 tile. It never liked
> anything I was telling it. I think I finally hit cancel or ignore
> enough that the program started up with no tiles available. Then, I
> went in and configured my general information, and in the process it
> looks like I fat fingered my APRS-IS password (put an extra character
> on the end).
> I shut down, copied my OSM tile directory over from an old xml file,
> and noticed my fat fingered password, so I fixed that (or so I think).
> Now when I start up, I have OSM tiles, but my APRS-IS feed won't start
> up. I just get a boatload of this:
> APRS-IS:2010-05-02T14:47:47 Opening rotate.aprs2.net:14580
> APRS-IS:2010-05-02T14:47:47 Error Opening rotate.aprs2.net:14580 LastError 0
> APRS-IS:2010-05-02T14:47:52 Opening rotate.aprs2.net:14580
> APRS-IS:2010-05-02T14:47:52 Error Opening rotate.aprs2.net:14580 LastError 0
> APRS-IS:2010-05-02T14:47:57 Opening rotate.aprs2.net:14580
> APRS-IS:2010-05-02T14:47:57 Error Opening rotate.aprs2.net:14580 LastError 0
> Any idea what I broke?
- On Sun, May 2, 2010 at 10:38 AM, Lynn W. Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:
> Can you e-mail the .XML file to KJ4ERJ@...?On its way...
> Also, if you open a# javAPRSSrvr 3.15b08
> telnet session (I'm assuming you're on Win32) with "telnet
> rotate.aprs2.net 14580" (space, not a colon), what does it say?
# javAPRSSrvr 3.15b08 2 May 2010 16:42:48 GMT T2NUENGLD 184.108.40.206:14580
# javAPRSSrvr 3.15b08 2 May 2010 16:43:08 GMT T2NUENGLD 220.127.116.11:14580
Connection to host lost.
C:\Documents and Settings\jame>
> I'mAPRS-IS Client by KJ4ERJ
> suspecting you actually have connectivity issues getting to APRS-IS and
> it's coincidence that it happened with your other changes. Finally, is
> this the released version or development?
Built: 2010/04/25 22:51
(c) 2009, 2010
All Rights Reserved
Homeside Software, Inc.
Lynn W. Deffenbaugh
OLD Version Available!
Built: 2010/04/03 15:49
When the program asks you where the OSM tiles cache is located, what
are you supposed to do? I wiped out my XML file and started from
scratch again, and still could not figure out where I was supposed to
point the thing at. I had to cancel out again after pointing it at
just about every directory I could think of trying.
I did notice that the program now uses slashes
<OSM.Path>C:/Documents and Settings/jame/My Documents/RadioMobile
instead of backslashes
<OSM.Path>C:\Documents and Settings\jame\My Documents\RadioMobile
yet if I overwrite the top example which doesn't work with the bottom
version copied out an old xml file, the OSM tiles show up.
Is the new version demanding that the OSM tiles directory be named OSMTiles?
- I must have really hosed something, as I created a new directory, and
downloaded the latest version from the yahoogroup. This version won't
run at all, it crashes. I was able to start it, and enter my callsign
and passcode, but after that it died. Trying to restart crashes
The development version still runs in its own directory, but no
connection to the APRS-IS.
- Now that I wrote that email, the newly downloaded version works, and
connects to the APRS-IS. The development version still can't connect
though... what's the story?