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[aprssig] Interesting setup ... but will it work?

Earl Needham needhame1 at plateautel.net
Sat Nov 29 00:46:40 UTC 2008


Arte Booten wrote:
> Ahh, I forgot to mention that I'd want to run an APRS client also.
> Would UI-View run on such an ancient (Pentium "I") machine faster
> than at a snail's pace?
>   
    I've been watching this thread with interest.  Arte, if you can get 
UI-View to run and operate through those two boards, then you can easily 
set up whatever digi paths you wish -- VHF->VHF, HF->VHF, etc.  Each one 
will require a separate line, so you get total control of whatever 
cross-banding you want to have, or not have.  But get UI-View working 
with them first, if you can.

    Here's some info from <http://www.ui-view.org/>

>
>     UI-View32
>
> *UI-View32 is a 32 bit version* and so needs a 32 bit version of 
> Windows - Win95, Win98, WinME, Win2000, WinXP. *It is for registered 
> users only, and has many extra features compared to UI-View(16)*. If 
> you are unfamiliar with UI-View32, you can try UI-View(16), but unless 
> your hardware doesn't meet the minimum specs for UI-View32, the 32 bit 
> version is recommended. The absolute minimum hardware spec to run 
> UI-View32 is a P120 with Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000 or XP. If you run it 
> on anything less than that, then it will be very slow. Don't expect to 
> be able to run PMapServer7 on a P120. Undertow's 
> <http://www.undertowsoftware.com?AID=172> own "minimum spec" is for a 
> 200 MHz Pentium, but you will get better performance by running it on 
> a more capable machine. A 500 MHz machine will run PMapServer7 a lot 
> more smoothly than one that only just meets the minimum requirements.
>
    Looks like you just might be able to run UI-View on your Pentium, 
but don't try the fancy maps.

    7 3
    Earl

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