[aprssig] Not digipeating since moving to a new computer

Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) ldeffenb at homeside.to
Fri Oct 30 11:18:08 CDT 2015


Stephen,

Please read messages carefully before responding.   Dave didn't say he 
copied programs from one computer to another.  He moved the entire hard 
drive.  This includes Windows and everything else that went with it, 
unless of course, it was an extra data drive and not the system drive.

If I understand UI-View correctly, if he had just copied it, it wouldn't 
even work.  He states that it appears to be working fine, but is only 
questioning the IGate function.  Can you perchance shed some light on 
how to tell if the IGate function is working in UI-View since looking at 
the APRS-IS is showing a different station doing the gating.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

On 10/30/2015 12:02 PM, Stephen H. Smith via aprssig wrote:
> On 10/30/2015 11:09 AM, Dave Kaplan via aprssig wrote:
>> Looking for some suggestions for a problem I am having with UIView.
>>
>> Over a year ago I moved my hard drive from one computer to another 
>> computer.
>> All the programs seemed to be working fine and I can see WB0WNX 
>> reporting both
>> position and weather on findu.com.
>>
>
>
> 1)   You simply CANNOT CANNOT CANNOT just move as-installed programs 
> from one Windows computer to another.
>
> Virtually ALL programs, outside of the most minimal single-file 
> utilities, place many files into the the common \WINDOWS directory 
> and/or it's subs, in addition to setting up stuff in the program's own 
> folder.
>
> Formal program installers also make dozens (or sometimes hundreds) of 
> entries into the Windows Registry (the vast shared database file about 
> everything installed or configured in Windows) that is located in the 
> \WINDOWS directory.
>
> Simply copying an as-built program's own folder from one machine to 
> another completely overlooks all this additional stuff.
>
>
> 2)   "Digipeating" means re-transmitting packets over RF.     You are 
> apparently confusing it with "Igating" (verb form of "Igate" 
> --Internet Gateway) which is the correct term for passing packets from 
> RF to the Internet.
>
>
>
> 3)    > I’m thinking maybe I should wipe the UIView install and do a 
> fresh install to
> > see if that fixes the issue. But before I do that I thought I would 
> check and
> > see if anyone has any suggestions on things I should change or check.
> >
> > Dave
> >
> > WB0WNX
> >
> > Sioux City, IA
>
> This is ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL to doing a UIview setup on a new 
> machine.    You MUST first do a cold install from the UIview setup 
> package.
>
> Then, if you wish, you can clone the configuration of the old setup to 
> the new one by copying the files "UIreg.bin" and "UIview32.ini" from 
> the main UIview folder on the old setup to the corresponding location 
> in the new setup.
>
> "UIreg.bin"   contains your name, call and registration code that 
> unlocks UIview in your name.
>
> "UIview32.ini"    is where hundreds of user settings and preferences 
> like beacon path settings, beacon comments, igate login passwords and 
> filters, the list of available APRS Internet servers, available maps, 
> selected TNC type and on and on are stored.  Nearly EVERYTHING you can 
> change, pulldown or check-off on UIview menus is stored here.
>
> Also, don't overlook copying any added maps from the UIview\maps 
> folder to the corresponding place on the new system.
>
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