[hfsig] Problem with operation

todd nexstar1 at hughes.net
Mon Mar 27 19:48:06 CDT 2017


Thanks for the reply Brad and Richard,
I am going to leave things alone and not do any more updates for awhile and 
see how it goes.
Yup my signal is mostly like a tone so guess things are working.
Time to get it in the shack and hooked up to a 20m antenna.
Thanks again
Todd


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> Thanks for the reply Bob, That’s what  I did. Was in  "cd WsprryPi " Doing 
> a
> complete reload. Ended up that the green light flashed every one second 
> and
> couldn't stop it even with a reboot.
>
> When I typed    sudo ./wsp -r -o -s wd6dfh CN84ke 20 20m   it locked up 
> the
> Pi 3B and had to recycle the power. Nothing worked, mouse or keyboard.
>
> Thanks Richard.......That is the string that I used and it would lock up 
> the
> Pi 3B and as above had to cycle the power.
>
> Also when I install the board the green LED starts 
> blinking........Thinking
> that I have a bad Pi 3b or the firmware is corrupted.
>
> Did all the updates prior to trying the board.
>
> Todd
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>> Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2017 09:45:49 -0800
>> From: "todd" <nexstar1 at hughes.net>
>> To: <hfsig at tapr.org>
>> 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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>> #715FFA solid !important; padding-left:1ex !important;
>> 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:
>>
>> 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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>> From: Dennis Hall <dennis at kk7x.us>
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>> CD WsprryPi
>>
>> On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 10:59 AM, Bob Cutter <ki0g at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Try:
>>>
>>> cd wsprrypi
>>>
>>> Then
>>>
>>> sudo......
>>>
>>> Bob KI0G
>>>
>>>
>>> Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone <https://yho.com/footer0>
>>>
>>> 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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>> 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
>>
>> Sent from my iPad
>>
>>> 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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>> On Mar 27, 2017, at 1:45 PM, todd <nexstar1 at hughes.net> wrote:
>>
>> 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.
>>
>
> I also had the RaspberryPI freeze up. Using the latest Raspbian, and 
> Raspberry Pi 3, if I had other applications open and running then wspr 
> would freeze up the machine. If wspr was the only app running, I had no 
> problems. I didn’t experience freezes with the older Raspbian versions. 
> Doesn’t make sense, because it seemed to have plenty of memory and disk 
> space, but that was my observation.
>
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> 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>
>> To: <hfsig at tapr.org>
>> Subject: [hfsig] Problem with operation
>> Message-ID: <59E7930EDE7F429C860CA16EC7B8B6FA at LivingroomPc>
>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>>
>> 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 17:59:18 +0000 (UTC)
>> From: Bob Cutter <ki0g at yahoo.com>
>> To: TAPR HF Modes SIG Mailing List <hfsig at tapr.org>
>> Subject: Re: [hfsig] Problem with operation
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>> blockquote, div.yahoo_quoted { margin-left: 0 !important; border-left:1px
>> #715FFA solid !important; padding-left:1ex !important;
>> background-color:white !important; } Try:
>> cd wsprrypi
>> Then
>> sudo......
>> Bob KI0G
>>
>>
>> Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone
>>
>>
>> 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/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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>> From: Dennis Hall <dennis at kk7x.us>
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>> Subject: Re: [hfsig] Problem with operation
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>> CD WsprryPi
>>
>> On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 10:59 AM, Bob Cutter <ki0g at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Try:
>>>
>>> cd wsprrypi
>>>
>>> Then
>>>
>>> sudo......
>>>
>>> Bob KI0G
>>>
>>>
>>> Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone <https://yho.com/footer0>
>>>
>>> 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>
>> To: TAPR HF Modes SIG Mailing List <hfsig at tapr.org>
>> Subject: Re: [hfsig] Problem with operation
>> Message-ID: <16EF47CA-99F8-4033-92D6-3887556A39C4 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
>>
>> Sent from my iPad
>>
>>> 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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> Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2017 20:24:22 -0400
> From: Richard Waller <rewaller at verizon.net>
> To: TAPR HF Modes SIG Mailing List <hfsig at tapr.org>
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> Todd, glad you got it working. The signal sounds pretty much like a pure 
> tone when monitoring on my transceiver. Rick. Ka4ohm.
>
> Sent from my iPad
>
>> On Mar 27, 2017, at 7:53 PM, todd <nexstar1 at hughes.net> wrote:
>>
>> 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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>> Sent: Monday, March 27, 2017 2:55 PM
>> To: <hfsig at tapr.org>
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>>>  1. Problem with operation (todd)
>>>  2. Re: Problem with operation (Bob Cutter)
>>>  3. Re: Problem with operation (Dennis Hall)
>>>  4. Re: Problem with operation (Richard Waller)
>>>
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>>> Message: 1
>>> Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2017 09:45:49 -0800
>>> From: "todd" <nexstar1 at hughes.net>
>>> To: <hfsig at tapr.org>
>>> Subject: [hfsig] Problem with operation
>>> Message-ID: <59E7930EDE7F429C860CA16EC7B8B6FA at LivingroomPc>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>>>
>>> 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 17:59:18 +0000 (UTC)
>>> From: Bob Cutter <ki0g at yahoo.com>
>>> To: TAPR HF Modes SIG Mailing List <hfsig at tapr.org>
>>> Subject: Re: [hfsig] Problem with operation
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>>> blockquote, div.yahoo_quoted { margin-left: 0 !important; 
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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:
>>>
>>> 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 
>>> WD6DFH_______________________________________________
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>>> Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2017 11:18:53 -0700
>>> From: Dennis Hall <dennis at kk7x.us>
>>> To: TAPR HF Modes SIG Mailing List <hfsig at tapr.org>
>>> Subject: Re: [hfsig] Problem with operation
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>>> CD WsprryPi
>>>
>>>> On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 10:59 AM, Bob Cutter <ki0g at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Try:
>>>>
>>>> cd wsprrypi
>>>>
>>>> Then
>>>>
>>>> sudo......
>>>>
>>>> Bob KI0G
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone <https://yho.com/footer0>
>>>>
>>>> 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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>>> Message: 4
>>> Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2017 18:54:59 -0400
>>> From: Richard Waller <rewaller at verizon.net>
>>> To: TAPR HF Modes SIG Mailing List <hfsig at tapr.org>
>>> Subject: Re: [hfsig] Problem with operation
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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
>>>
>>> Sent from my iPad
>>>
>>>> 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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