Re: CWOP to APRSWX
- Ok How do you seup WUHU to to creat the wxnow.tx file
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wuhu_software" <wuhu_software@...> wrote:
> Do you have a ham radio connected to your PC? There is an option to generate a wxnow.txt file that can be monitored by some of the ham software packages out there.
> --- In email@example.com, "WXMANFLA" <WXMANFLA@> wrote:
> > I use WUHU for my weather station and have a CWOP account. How can I add an APRSWX account? Thanks, Rich
- Never mind found it.
Support for UI-View32 Wx now weather report file
Note: In order for changes to the configuration file to take effect,
you must terminate the WUHU application then edit it's configuration
If you would like to write a weather report file for use with UI-
View32 you must manually edit the WUHU Configuration Data.ini file
that is stored in the WUHU program directory (usually found in
C:\Program Files\WUHU). You can edit this file using Windows notepad.
Find the CWOP section defined by this line:
Add the following entry anywhere after the [CWOP Settings] line and
before the next section in the .ini file ([?]).
In this example, the name of the file is:
You may specify any file name that WUHU should write to. Just make
sure that UI-View32 is configured to read from the same file that you
have specified in WUHU.
This file will be written whenever the general upload interval
expires (default==5 mins). This is the same interval used when
uploading to CWOP over the Internet.
When the file is written, the contents of this file will look like:
Dec 16 2006 12:11
Note: The timestamp is local time not UTC.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "WXMANFLA" <WXMANFLA@...> wrote:
> I use WUHU for my weather station and have a CWOP account. How can I add an APRSWX account? Thanks, Rich