1588Re: Making cfg files without T2 attached
- Mar 31, 2007Could this be acomplished by just loading a config txt file into a
you create a config in a OT2, display and log it to a text file.
then all you need to do is edit the text file and have the user paste
or play back the config using a terminal program?
Just an Idea, I perfer and like the terminal configuration much better
than the gui one, old habit I guess.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Phillip B. Pacier" <ad6nh@...> wrote:
> OK I think what I was getting at was trying to create config files that
> folks could download and load into their trackers on their own.
> of having to plug a tracker in locally to create a config file, it
> be nice if I could just launch the config editor on it's own and save
> the .cfg files for later installation.
> Phil - AD6NH
> 'Scott Miller' wrote:
> > No, right now the only way to get the .cfg file is through the config
> > program. Once you get it, though, you could convert it to a format
> > that could be used by the XMODEM firmware upload command.
> > You also ought to be able to use the DISPLAY command to dump the
> > configuration, and then paste that back into another unit to clone
> > configuration. This will only work if flow control is enabled, but
> > with the T2-135 that's always the case unless you're in 1-wire
> > mode. This is how we used to configure Cisco routers - just keep the
> > configuration open in Notepad, make whatever changes are needed, and
> > then paste the whole thing into the terminal window.
> > Scott
> > *From:* email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > *On Behalf Of *Phil
> > *Sent:* Wednesday, March 28, 2007 11:24 PM
> > *To:* email@example.com
> > *Subject:* [tracker2] Making cfg files without T2 attached
> > Hi Scott! Is there a way to create cfg files without having a
> > attached to the computer? It would surely help to be able to
> > in my situation where I am programming literally dozens of these
> > things :) Thanks!
> > 73
> > Phil - AD6NH
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