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[aprssig] DIGI_NED 0.3.5 for embedded systems

hasan schiers schiers at netins.net
Sat Feb 26 22:33:33 UTC 2005

Thanks info, Henk. It would be most useful if it were added, as it gives 
nice cross OS capabilities and AGWPE is a wonder to behold...I've used it 
for years as a TNC manager (I'm not interested in sound card tnc's), and it 
does a wonderful job of it.

I was able to reprogram our local ui-digi firmware based digi box from my 
wireless laptop this morning using agwTerminalTCP....the laptop running it 
went wireless to my AGWPE PRO core running on an XP machine in the basement 
and the two tnc's connected to it are seen as local to the laptop. Quite 
amazing. Xastir uses those same two tnc's, as does UI-View32, UISS and 
several other programs, even remotely. The ability to use digi_ned, the 
mother of all digi-peating programs, on the Xastir machine using the AGWPE 
hooks would be a real asset for us.

Thanks for at least considering it...it will help us further improve the 


...hasan, N0AN
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Henk de Groot" <henk.de.groot at hetnet.nl>
To: "TAPR APRS Mailing List" <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>
Sent: Saturday, February 26, 2005 4:25 PM
Subject: Re: [aprssig] DIGI_NED 0.3.5 for embedded systems

> Hello Hasan,
> hasan schiers schreef:
>> Forget the first question...can I use the standard linux based digi_net 
>> side by side with Xastir on the same machine, if the Xastir machine is 
>> connected to my TNC's using the network facility to AGWPE PRO?
>> That's the question...I don't need the stripped down version...I already 
>> have support for all the AX.25 stuff.
> I don't know if somebody already invented fome glue to connect AGWPE to 
> the Kernel AX.25 interface (kind of "kissattach" for AGWPE), if not, then 
> it is currently not possible since DIGI_NED only talks to the AX.25 
> support in the kernel.
> I'm thinking about adding the possibility to talk to AGWPE, that would 
> enable your setup and also enable running DIGI_NED on Cygwin together with 
> other AGWPE clients.
> I think I have to steal some XASTIR code to do this. Shouldn't be too 
> hard, only that I never came to it to do it (and nobody else seems to do 
> it either...).
> Kind regards,
> Henk.
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