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[aprssig] Internet query over APRS

Gregg Wonderly gregg at wonderly.org
Fri Oct 22 14:35:57 UTC 2010


Are you trying to install the desktop software on your windows mobile device? 
It looks like you are installing the mobile CAB file, but the errors, to me, 
suggest you have a version or some other feature compatibility issue between the 
OS you device is running and what you are trying to install.

Gregg Wonderly

On 10/22/2010 12:22 AM, Greg D. wrote:
> Ok, this looks like some useful software, but I'm not having success getting it
> loaded. Can anyone help?
>
> I have an HP iPAQ hw6945, which runs Win Mobile 5. I downloaded the
> APRSGoBigCab.CAB file, and started installing. At the end of the install it
> popped up an error box from MultiCab.exe saying that the file MultiCab cannot be
> opened, being either not properly signed or one of its components can't be
> located. Closing the dialog box ends the install, claiming success. I'm
> installing this on my Storage Card, and there is plenty of space available.
> There is no evidence of going through 5 CAB installs. Should there be?
>
> I also installed the APRS-Go-v103.cab file, and that went fine. But when I run
> it, I get an error for a missing method exception for System.Data.SqlServerCe,
> presumably related to the earlier error.
>
> I tried following the Alternate instructions and got basically nowhere. I
> believe that I already have the .NET framework installed (needed for another
> application); not sure about SQP Server. MSI file type is a mystery to me.
>
> What do I do next?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Greg KO6TH
>
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> To: aprssig at tapr.org
> Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 22:31:29 -0400
> From: rfinesmith at aol.com
> Subject: [aprssig] Internet query over APRS
>
>
> Version 2 of APRS-Go for Windows desktop has been released. This version adds
> bing(tm) query capability to APRS-Go. I believe bing query is a first for APRS,
> and perhaps for packet radio. A properly formatted APRS message sent to an
> APRS-Go station, from any other APRS station, will cause APRS-Go to perform an
> internet search and return information back to messaging station. More
> specifically, the message sent to APRS-Go is a request for phone numbers,
> locations and names of anything listed in the Yellow Pages and White Pages -
> restaurants, police, hospitals, automobile repair shops - anything. The
> Microsoft bing(tm) phone book database contains the latitude and longitude of
> each of these entities, and APRS-Go will return these as object packets when
> requested. I invite you to try this new version. To use it, you must have a
> non-dial-up internet connection on your PC. Once APRS-Go is installed on your
> PC, any APRS station that sees you can send your station a "bing query" in an
> APRS message. The software and instructions are available for free at
> www.aprsgo.com <http://www.aprsgo.com>. Don't use your smart phone. Use smart APRS!
>
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