Re: BETA TEST - New scripts and binaries interesting to EMBEDDED Owners
- My error - The uncompressed reflectors are:
9003 - Main test platform
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "ve7ltd" <dcameron@...> wrote:
> There is a new release of code for testing. I want to roll this
> main stream use as quickly as possible.
> The imike/ispeaker binaries supplied should fix the following
> 1) Supports GSM, ADPCM, and UNCOMPRESSED codecs in half and full
> duplex (also has CELP codec, but not used widely)
> 2) Supports and implements a small jitter buffer (which gets rid of
> some clicking noises on nodes with CTCSS or hum) This also makes
> cleaner audio all around, all with the expense of about 100
> milliseconds delay.
> 3) Implements the control packets STATIONID tag, for collection of
> data about nodes connected to a reflector.
> The new scripts fix some bugs, including:
> 1) Adds a maximum 2 second wait for the node to download the
> stnxxxxon.wav ID file (if it exists) from the servers if there is a
> new file or update to the file.
> 2) Adds the ability for embedded nodes to run custom ID files
> worrying about filling the drive by removing files after use. (You
> can safely set PLAY_CUSTOM_IDS to YES in the environment files)
> I have decided to mothball the "streaming ID" project due to too
> variables and opposition from custom systems. There is very little
> change to the ID system besides the delay and some code cleanup.
> To implement and take part in the beta, please implement the beta
> files on your node by performing the following steps after logging
> as root (or repeater):
> su - repeater
> rsync -Waz irlp.net::beta /home/irlp/
> The uncompressed codec is activated by setting the DEFAULTCODEC in
> your environment file to UNCOMP or UNCOMP_FD (for full duplex).
> Some reflectors for testing the uncompressed codec include:
> 9004 - Main test platform
> Trying to connect to these systems without applying the update may
> result in unpredictable results! Worst case will be hearing
> audio or dead keyups.
> Also point to point nodes need to be tested for compliance of the
> full duplex codecs. If you have two full duplex capable nodes, any
> playing you can do would be great. I will be able to monitor 1010
> (full duplex embedded node, set to UNCOMP_FD) and 1000 (non-
> set to UNCOMP_FD) after 5pm Pacific.
> NOTE: Your node will return to the normal files overnight during
> update, or you can force it by typing:
> su - repeater
> ./scripts/update files
> The binaries are very similar to the last set that was tested
> over the past few months, so this BETA cycle will be fairly short,
> that everyone can enjoy the new features.
> Please report any bugs/problems to dcameron@... Please feel
> free to use the yahoo group to discuss tests and to organize tests.
> Dave Cameron