[hfsig] hfsig Digest, Vol 31, Issue 2

todd nexstar1 at hughes.net
Mon Mar 27 18:53:04 CDT 2017


Ok think that I got it. Only did the sudo rpi-update after the complete 
reload and then a reboot. Works but don't know what the signal is supposed 
to sound kike. Will do the other updates later and see if it still works.

Thanks all for the feedback.

Todd wd6dfh

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> Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2017 09:45:49 -0800
> From: "todd" <nexstar1 at hughes.net>
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> Subject: [hfsig] Problem with operation
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> Received my wspr board and installed it in a Raspberry Pi 3B board(no 
> problem here).
> Went through the latest install instructions in which everything seemed 
> ok.
> I then typed this in:
> wspr  -r -o -s wd6dfh CN84ke 20 20m    enter
>
> and I get this message   can't open /dev/mem
> Then it just stops. Did this not get installed when I set it up or does it 
> have to be set up after the install? Am a rank noob when it comes to 
> Linux.
>
> If I use the old way:
> sudo ./wspr -r -o -s wd6dfh CN84ke 20 20m
>
> the screen locks up and the power to the Raspberry has to be removed to 
> re-boot.
>
> Any help would be much appreciated.
>
> Thanks
> Todd  WD6DFH
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> From: Bob Cutter <ki0g at yahoo.com>
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> background-color:white !important; } Try:
> cd wsprrypi
> Then
> sudo......
> Bob KI0G
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> On Monday, March 27, 2017, 12:48 PM, todd <nexstar1 at hughes.net> wrote:
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> Received my wspr board and installed it in a Raspberry Pi 3B board(no 
> problem here).Went through the latest install instructions in which 
> everything seemed ok. I then typed this in:wspr  -r -o -s wd6dfh CN84ke 20 
> 20m    enter and I get this message   can't open /dev/memThen it just 
> stops. Did this not get installed when I set it up or does it have to be 
> set up after the install? Am a rank noob when it comes to Linux. If I use 
> the old way:sudo ./wspr -r -o -s wd6dfh CN84ke 20 20m the screen locks up 
> and the power to the Raspberry has to be removed to re-boot. Any help 
> would be much appreciated. ThanksTodd 
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> Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2017 11:18:53 -0700
> From: Dennis Hall <dennis at kk7x.us>
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> CD WsprryPi
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> On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 10:59 AM, Bob Cutter <ki0g at yahoo.com> wrote:
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>> Try:
>>
>> cd wsprrypi
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>> Then
>>
>> sudo......
>>
>> Bob KI0G
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>> On Monday, March 27, 2017, 12:48 PM, todd <nexstar1 at hughes.net> wrote:
>>
>> *Received my wspr board and installed it in a Raspberry Pi 3B board(no
>> problem here).*
>> *Went through the latest install instructions in which everything seemed
>> ok. *
>> *I then typed this in:*
>> *wspr  -r -o -s wd6dfh CN84ke 20 20m    enter*
>>
>> *and I get this message   can't open /dev/mem*
>> *Then it just stops. Did this not get installed when I set it up or does
>> it have to be set up after the install? Am a rank noob when it comes to
>> Linux.*
>>
>> *If I use the old way:*
>> *sudo ./wspr -r -o -s wd6dfh CN84ke 20 20m*
>>
>> *the screen locks up and the power to the Raspberry has to be removed to
>> re-boot.*
>>
>> *Any help would be much appreciated.*
>>
>> *Thanks*
>> *Todd  WD6DFH*
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> Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2017 18:54:59 -0400
> From: Richard Waller <rewaller at verizon.net>
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> Todd, I'm a noob too but you need to type sudo ./wspr then the rest of it 
> starting with -r. Also make sure you are in the WsprryPi directory
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>> On Mar 27, 2017, at 1:45 PM, todd <nexstar1 at hughes.net> wrote:
>>
>> Received my wspr board and installed it in a Raspberry Pi 3B board(no 
>> problem here).
>> Went through the latest install instructions in which everything seemed 
>> ok.
>> I then typed this in:
>> wspr  -r -o -s wd6dfh CN84ke 20 20m    enter
>>
>> and I get this message   can't open /dev/mem
>> Then it just stops. Did this not get installed when I set it up or does 
>> it have to be set up after the install? Am a rank noob when it comes to 
>> Linux.
>>
>> If I use the old way:
>> sudo ./wspr -r -o -s wd6dfh CN84ke 20 20m
>>
>> the screen locks up and the power to the Raspberry has to be removed to 
>> re-boot.
>>
>> Any help would be much appreciated.
>>
>> Thanks
>> Todd  WD6DFH
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