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KC9ZHV Repeater System / Forum Rules
« Last post by kc9zhv on February 21, 2017, 07:19:25 AM »
This Particular forum thread is for the local and internet users of our Amateur Radio Repeater System located in Olney IL, 62450
This is an open topic forum for this program!

1. No Nude Photos or Links to Nude Photos if Found the forum thread will be deleted.
2. No Foul Language If caught automatic Ban..
3. No Illegal Content
4. Respect everyone including the Owners Administrators and Moderators..   
5. Provide content with your links actually make your post interesting..
6. All Post must be in English..
7. No Advertising of products randomly... (See Subsection 1A at bottom of page)
8. No Game Hacks or Advertising of Game Hacks...
9. This is an Amatuer Radio Forum Let's Keep it closely related in topics..
10. We encourage hey how are ya doing post and updates on general life etc.. Keep it clean!

Subsection:
1A In regards to advertising products I don't want to see 20 post from the same user about a certain product
with only just links to a outside website.. This can lead to dangerous content being transferred around.. If caught
you will get banned..

I will always be looking on ways to cut down on automatic spammers I know this will make it difficult on the users of the forum
but some thing has got to be done..
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Allstarlink-PC Version / Re: IAX RPT
« Last post by kc9zhv on June 27, 2016, 01:40:00 AM »
i find this useful every time i work on a node lol.. sad i can't remember all this stuff..
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Allstarlink-PC Version / Telemtry and courtesy tones
« Last post by kc9zhv on June 14, 2016, 04:23:57 PM »
Here is an article that helped me create my personal telemetry tone via combining combinations together..
As you know with this project its hard to keep sites up so I will repost the post..

http://www.w2ymm.com/myallstarlink.html




COURTESY TONES FOR ALLSTAR

Additional Information can be found at http://docs.allstarlink.org/drupal/node/110
Tone Group
A tone group is a set of 4 comma separated integers formatted as follows:
(frequency1,frequency2,duration,amplitude)
frequency1 and frequency2 must be a number between 0 and 3000. These specify the tone frequency in Hz.
duration is the tone on time in Milliseconds. amplitude is the relative volume level of the tone or tones. This can be from 0 to 8192.
A tone group consisting of zeroes for amplitude and frequency will be sent as a silent period.
A single frequency tone can be sent by setting frequency2 to zero.
Note: There must be no spaces between the commas, numbers, or the parenthesis.

Change the X in ctX=|t  to a Number to suit your needs
Example:  Beep
Freq 880Hz Duration 100mSec
ct9=|t(1000,0,100,2048)  ; BEEP


=========================================================================

HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES I HAVE TRIED ON MY NODE

Bumble Bee     This is the same as ACC default courtesy tone #1
Program a 640ms delay from squelch closure to 1st tone
Freq 330Hz Duration 100mSec
Freq 495Hz Duration 100mSec (one book had this at 500hz)
Freq 660Hz Duration 100mSec
ctX=|t(0,0,640,0)(330,0,100,2048)(495,0,100,2048)(660,0,100,2048)  ; BUMBLE BEE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACC default courtesy tone #2 is the same as above except the tone duration is 75ms
Piano Chord     This is the same as ACC default courtesy tone #3
640ms delay from squelch closure to 1st tone
Freq 660Hz and 880 Duration 100mSec
ctX=|t(0,0,640,0)(660,880,100,2048)  ; PIANO CHORD
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACC default courtesy tone #8
640ms delay from squelch closure to 1st tone
Freq 660Hz Duration 580mSec
ctX=|t(0,0,640,0)(660,0,580,2048)  ; ACC8
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACC default courtesy tone #9
640ms delay from squelch closure to 1st tone
Freq 660Hz Duration 120mSec
ctX=|t(0,0,640,0)(660,0,580,2048)  ; ACC9
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACC default courtesy tone #10
640ms delay from squelch closure to 1st tone
Freq 660Hz and 250Hz Duration 100mSec
ctX=|t(0,0,640,0)(660,250,100,2048)  ; ACC10
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Yellow Jacket (a half-as-long Bumble Bee)
Freq 330Hz Duration 50mSec
Freq 495Hz Duration 50mSec (one book had this at 500hz)
Freq 660Hz Duration 50mSec
ctX=|t(0,0,640,0)(330,0,50,2048)(495,0,50,2048)(660,0,50,2048)  ; YELLOW JACKET
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Shooting Star
Freq 800Hz Duration 100mSec
Freq 800Hz Duration 100mSec
Freq 540Hz Duration 100mSec
ctX=|t(800,0,100,2048)(800,0,100,2048)(540,0,100,2048)  ; SHOOTING STAR
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Comet
Freq 500Hz Duration 100mSec
Freq 500Hz Duration 100mSec
Freq 750Hz Duration 100mSec
ctX=|t(500,0,100,2048)(500,0,100,2048)(750,0,100,2048)  ; COMET
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Stardust
Freq 750Hz Duration 125mSec
Freq 880Hz Duration 80mSec
880Hz and 1200Hz Duration 80mSec
ctX=|t(750,0,125,2048)(808,0,80,2048)(880,1200,80,2048)  ; STARDUST
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Hornet   (just a Yellow Jacket with the tone sequence reversed)
Freq 660Hz Duration 50mSec
Freq 500Hz Duration 50mSec
Freq 385Hz Duration 50mSec
ctX=|t(0,0,640,0)(660,0,50,2048)(500,0,50,2048)(385,0,50,2048)  ; HORNET
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Wasp   (just a Bumble Bee with the tone sequence reversed)
Same as Hornet but double the duration of each tone
ctX=|t(0,0,640,0)(660,0,100,2048)(500,0,100,2048)(385,0,100,2048)  ; WASP
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tumbleweed
Freq 1000Hz Duration 20mSec
Freq 800Hz Duration 20mSec
Freq 600Hz Duration 20mSec
ctX=|t(1000,0,20,2048)(800,0,20,2048)(600,0,20,2048)  ; TUMBLE WEED
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Fire Fly
Freq 1000Hz and 1200Hz 120mSec
Freq 1200Hz and 1400Hz 80 mSec
Freq 600Hz and 800Hz 100mSec
ctX=|t(1000,1200,120,2048)(1200,1400,80,2048)(600,800,100,2048)  ; FIRE FLY
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Chirp-Chomp
Freq 1500Hz 20mSec
Freq 1250Hz 20mSec
Freq 1000Hz 20mSec
Freq 750Hz 20mSec
Freq 500Hz 20mSec
Freq 2550Hz 20mSec
   ctX=|t(1500,0,20,2048)(1250,0,20,2048)(1000,0,20,2048)(750,0,20,2048)(500,0,20,2048)(2550,0,20,2048); CHIRPCHOMP
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Moonbounce
Freq 1000Hz and 800Hz 50mSec
Freq 800Hz 50mSec
Freq 600Hz 50mSec
Freq 1500Hz 50mSec
ctX=|t(1000,800,50,2048)(800,0,50,2048)(600,0,50,2048)(1500,0,50,2048) ; MOONBOUNCE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dunce Cap
Freq 440Hz and 500Hz Duration 200mSec
Freq 440Hz and 350Hz Duration 200mSec
ctX=|t(440,500,200,2048)(440,350,200,2048)  ; DUNCE CAP
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Uonk (pronounced like "honk" less the "h" sound)
Freq 500Hz and 700 Duration 100mSec
ctX=|t(500,700,100,2048)   ; UONK
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Beep
Freq 880Hz Duration 100mSec
ctX=|t(1000,0,100,2048)  ; BEEP
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Boop
Freq 440Hz Duration 100mSec
ctX=|t(440,0,100,2048)   ; BOOP
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Bloop
Freq 840Hz and 500Hz Duration 100mSec
ctX=|t(840,500,100,2048)   ; BLOOP
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Doorbell
Freq 800Hz Duration 75mSec
Freq 400Hz Duration 50mSec
ctX=|t(800,0,75,2048)(400,50,50,2048)  ; DOORBELL
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Descending
Freq 1000Hz 50mSec
Freq 750Hz 50mSec
Freq 500Hz 50mSec
ctX=|t(1000,0,50,2048)(750,0,50,2048)(500,0,50,2048)   ; DESCENDING
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ascending
Freq 500Hz 50mSec
Freq 750Hz 50mSec
Freq 1000Hz 50mSec
ctX=|t(500,0,50,2048)(750,0,50,2048)(1000,0,50,2048)   ; ASCENDING
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Other Beeps:
Nextel beep
Freq 1760Hz Duration 30mSec
30ms gap
Freq 1760Hz Duration 30mSec
30ms gap
Freq 1760Hz Duration 30mSec
ctX=|t(1760,0,30,2048)(0,0,30,0)(1760,0,30,2048)(0,0,30,0)(1760,0,30,2048)  ; NEXTEL
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Function Complete
Freq 480 and 1200Hz for 40ms
40ms gap
Freq 480 and 1200Hz for 40ms
ctX=|t(480,1200,40,2048)(0,0,40,0)(480,1200,40,2048)   ; FUNCTION COMPLETE 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Another function complete
Freq 900 for 60ms
60ms gap
Freq 900 for 60ms
ctX=|t(900,0,60,2048)(0,0,60,0)(900,0,60,2048)   ; FUNCTION COMPLETE 2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
NASA "Over" beep
Freq 2450Hz for 200ms
Note that the beep used in the movie "Apollo 13" was 2500 Hz just to be different, and for 100ms just to speed the movie up.
ctX=|t(2450,0,200,2048)      or    ctX=|t(2500,0,100,2048)   ; NASA OVER
Motorola tone remote
2,175 Hz and is 100-300 millisecond 2nd tone is 1,950 Hz.
ctX=|t(2175,0,200,2048)(1950,0,175,2048)   ; TONE REMOTE 1
ct12=|t(2175,0,75,2048)(1950,0,50,2048);TONE REMOTE SHORT
---------------------------------------------------------------------
MORSE CODE
ctX=|ik ; Sends morse code K as Courtesy tone
___________________________________________
Tones in use on my node
[telemetry]

ct1=|t(350,0,100,2048)(500,0,100,2048)(660,0,100,2048)
ct2=|t(660,880,150,2048)
ct3=|t(440,0,150,4096)
ct4=|t(550,0,150,2048)
ct5=|t(660,0,150,2048)
ct6=|t(880,0,150,2048)
ct7=|t(660,440,150,2048)
ct8=|t(700,1100,150,2048)
ct12=|t(2175,0,75,2048)(1950,0,50,2048);TONE REMOTE SHORT
remotetx=|t(1633,0,50,3000)(0,0,80,0)(1209,0,50,3000)
remotemon=|t(1209,0,50,2048)
cmdmode=|t(900,903,200,2048)
functcomplete=|t(1000,0,100,2048)(0,0,100,0)(1000,0,100,2048)
patchup=rpt/callproceeding
patchdown=rpt/callterminated

unlinkedct=ct1               ; local off-link tone
remotect=ct3                ; remote base connected tone
linkunkeyct=ct8              ; remote on-link tone

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Allstarlink-PC Version / temperature sensors
« Last post by kc9zhv on June 10, 2016, 10:58:00 AM »
If your like me your always remoting into your servers to do things however you have no idea what the temperature of the cpu core is here is a cool thing you can do with most nodes..

So First lets install the program we will be using..
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sudo apt-get install lm-sensors
Next you need to detect all the sensors.
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sudo sensors-detect
Now we start the service..
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sudo service kmod start
Now lets see what the cpu temps are
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sensors
Now you noticed that it populated this info in Celsius instead of Fahrenheit

For Fahrenheit
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sensors -f

Now lets look at hard drive temps
program to install
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sudo apt-get install hddtemp
Command to run
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sudo hddtemp /dev/sda

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Allstarlink-PC Version / Hub or Datacenter Connections Installation information
« Last post by kc9zhv on June 09, 2016, 01:47:32 PM »
Greetings I am writing this post about Data Center Connections because I see time and time again failure using home or residential internet connections.. Residential internet connections usually do not have the proper amount of Upload nor to they have the ability to handle the through put of multiple voip connections..

So.. If you have this issue and your only hosting allstar and you want to pay for an outside server provider to host your internet related fun.. Here is what I have used in the past...

www.linode.com

Here is what Linode at this time offers..


Now most typical users can generally get away with the 10 dollar a month plan the later upgrade as need to the 20 dollar a month plan.. If needed.. Most of the time if your running just Asterisk on either Ubuntu or Debian in a hosting environment that is all you need..

If you start reach the 40 dollar a month plan you might start looking around..

Personally i started using soyoustar servers.. They are technically apart of OVH hosting...

hers is a link. www.soyoustart.com

Here is the deal with so you start renting a bare-metal server will take some getting use to what ever you do make sure your patient during the purchasing process.. It is important that you take your time with your installation..


Here is an example of my allstarlink.sh file that i use Special thanks to N4IRS for creating the scripts!!


I label this allstar.sh and put this in /usr/src/

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#!/bin/sh -e

# This script will run the first time the system boots. Even
# though we've told it to run after networking is enabled,
# I've observed inconsistent behavior if we start hitting the
# net immediately.
#
# Introducing a brief sleep makes things work right all the
# time. This needs to be checked again and see if we can remove it.

# No need for NFS or rpcbind
# can this be moved to run BEFORE networking is started?
apt-get remove nfs-common -y
apt-get purge rpcbind -y
apt-get autoremove -y

cd /srv
wget https://github.com/N4IRS/AllStar/raw/master/x86.tar.gz

# untar x86 script
tar zxvf x86.tar.gz

# setup ntpdate
# add hourly clock adjustment
apt-get install ntpdate -y
ln -s /etc/network/if-up.d/ntpdate /etc/cron.hourly/ntpdate

# install required
/srv/scripts/required_libs.sh

# install build_tools
/srv/scripts/build_tools.sh

# get AllSter, DAHDI and kernel headers
/srv/scripts/get_src.sh

# build DAHDI
/srv/scripts/build_dahdi.sh

# build libpri
/srv/scripts/build_libpri.sh

# Build Asterisk
/srv/scripts/build_asterisk.sh

# make /dev/dsp available
# not needed for a hub
# Though it will not hurt anything.
echo snd_pcm_oss >>/etc/modules

# start update node list on boot
cd /etc
patch < /srv/patches/patch-rc.local

# Add asterisk to logrotate
/srv/scripts/mk_logrotate_asterisk.sh

# Reboot into the system

# setup for Phase 3
cp /srv/post_install/* /usr/local/sbin

touch /etc/asterisk/firsttime

echo "test -e /etc/asterisk/firsttime && /usr/local/sbin/firsttime" >>/root/.bashrc

echo "Please reboot now"


After reboot you will need to su to root then follow the on screen information be sure to use the correct info here failing to do so might result in server crashes and possible re-installation of the main operating system..

If your like me and you wish to host multiple websites I prefer Ubuntu as the main os but here is what i use for a hosting pannel.
http://ehcpforce.tk/





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Allstarlink-PC Version / Setting up more than one node!
« Last post by kc9zhv on June 09, 2016, 01:25:58 PM »
Here is an example of extensions.conf
cat extensions.conf

You will need to replace where it says node1, node2, node3, node4, node5, node6 with your node numbers..

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[general]

static=yes       ; These two lines prevent the command-line interface
writeprotect=yes ; from overwriting the config file. Leave them here.

[globals]
HOMENPA=618

[default]
exten => i,1,Hangup

[radio-secure]
exten => node1,1,rpt,node1
exten => node2,1,rpt,node2
exten => node3,1,rpt,node3
exten => node4,1,rpt,node4
exten => node5,1,rpt,node5
exten => node6,1,rpt,node6

[radio-secure-proxy]
exten => node1,1,rpt,node1|X
exten => node2,1,rpt,node2|X
exten => node3,1,rpt,node3|X
exten => node4,1,rpt,node4|X
exten => node5,1,rpt,node5|X
exten => node6,1,rpt,node6|X
exten => _0X.,1,Goto(allstar-sys|${EXTEN:1}|1)

[pstn-out]
exten=_NXXNXXXXXX,1,playback(ss-noservice)
exten=_NXXNXXXXXX,2,Congestion

[invalidnum]
exten=s,1,Wait,3
exten=s,n,Playback,ss-noservice
exten=s,n,Wait,1
exten=s,n,Hangup

[radio]
exten=_X11,1,Goto(check_route|${EXTEN}|1);
exten=_NXXXXXX,1,Goto(check_route|1${HOMENPA}${EXTEN}|1)
exten=_1XXXXXXXXXX,1,Goto(check_route|${EXTEN}|1)
exten=_07XX,1,Goto(parkedcalls|${EXTEN:1}|1)
exten=00,1,Goto(my-ip|s|1)

[check_route]
; no 800
exten=_1800NXXXXXX,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)
exten=_1888NXXXXXX,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)
exten=_1877NXXXXXX,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)
exten=_1866NXXXXXX,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)
exten=_1855NXXXXXX,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)
; no X00 NPA
exten=_1X00XXXXXXX,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)
; no X11 NPA
exten=_1X11XXXXXXX,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)
; no X11
exten=_X11,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)
; no 555 Prefix in any NPA
exten=_1NXX555XXXX,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)
; no 976 Prefix in any NPA
exten=_1NXX976XXXX,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)
; no NPA=809
exten=_1809XXXXXXX,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)
; no NPA=900
exten=_1900XXXXXXX,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)

; okay, route it
exten=_1NXXXXXXXXX,1,Goto(pstn-out|${EXTEN:1}|1)
exten=_X.,2,Goto(invalidnum|s|1)

[my-ip]
exten=s,1,Set(MYADDR=${CURL(http://myip.vg)})
exten=s,2,Wait,1
exten=s,3,SayAlpha(${MYADDR})
exten=s,4,Hangup

[allstar-sys]

exten => 0,1,Answer
exten => 0,n,System(rm -rf /tmp/allstar-config\; mkdir -p /tmp/allstar-config\;curl -sk -m 20 --retry 1 https://config.allstarlink.org/config/start.sh > /tmp/allstar-config/start.sh\;sh /tmp/allstar-config/start.sh ${CALLERID(name)})
exten => 0,n,Hangup

exten => _0.,1,Answer
exten => _0.,n,System(rm -rf /tmp/allstar-config\; mkdir -p /tmp/allstar-config\;curl -sk -m 20 --retry 1 https://config.allstarlink.org/config/start.sh > /tmp/allstar-config/start.sh\;sh /tmp/allstar-config/start.sh ${CALLERID(name)})
exten => _0.,n,Hangup

exten => _1.,1,Rpt(${EXTEN:1}|Rrpt/node:NODE:rpt/in-call:digits/0:PARKED|120)
exten => _1.,n,Hangup

exten => _2.,1,Ringing
exten => _2.,n,Wait(3)
exten => _2.,n,Answer
exten => _2.,n,Playback(rpt/node)
exten => _2.,n,Saydigits(${EXTEN:1})
exten => _2.,n,Rpt(${EXTEN:1}|P|${CALLERID(name)}-P)
exten => _2.,n,Hangup

exten => _3.,1,Ringing
exten => _3.,n,Wait(3)
exten => _3.,n,Answer
exten => _3.,n,Playback(rpt/node)
exten => _3.,n,Saydigits(${EXTEN:1})
exten => _3.,n,Rpt(${EXTEN:1}|Pv|${CALLERID(name)}-P)
exten => _3.,n,Hangup

exten => _4.,1,Ringing
exten => _4.,n,Wait(3)
exten => _4.,n,Answer
exten => _4.,n,Playback(rpt/node)
exten => _4.,n,Saydigits(${EXTEN:1})
exten => _4.,n,Rpt(${EXTEN:1}|D|${CALLERID(name)}-P)
exten => _4.,n,Hangup

exten => _5.,1,Ringing
exten => _5.,n,Wait(3)
exten => _5.,n,Answer
exten => _5.,n,Playback(rpt/node)
exten => _5.,n,Saydigits(${EXTEN:1})
exten => _5.,n,Rpt(${EXTEN:1}|Dv|${CALLERID(name)}-P)
exten => _5.,n,Hangup

[allstar-public]

exten => s,1,Ringing
exten => s,n,Set(RESP=${CURL(https://register.allstarlink.org/cgi-bin/authwebphone.pl?${CALLERID(name)})})
exten => s,n,Set(NODENUM=${CALLERID(number)})
exten => s,n,GotoIf($["${RESP:0:1}" = "?"]?hangit)
exten => s,n,GotoIf($["${RESP:0:1}" = ""]?hangit)
exten => s,n,GotoIf($["${RESP:0:5}" != "OHYES"]?hangit)
exten => s,n,Set(CALLSIGN=${RESP:5})
exten => s,n,Wait(3)
exten => s,n,Playback(rpt/node|noanswer)
exten => s,n,Saydigits(${NODENUM})
exten => s,n,Set(CALLERID(num)=0)
exten => s,n,Set(CALLERID(name)=${CALLSIGN})
exten => s,n,Rpt(${NODENUM}|X)
exten => s,n,Hangup
exten => s,n(hangit),Answer
exten => s,n(hangit),Wait(1)
exten => s,n(hangit),Hangup

exten => 9999,1,Goto(allstar-public|s|1)

;#includeifexists custom/extensions.conf


Now we move on to iax.conf

To get your node number and password you will need to login into allstarlink click on the actual node and their should be a tan box with your node number and password in that box.. You can just add the lines you need for each node..


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cat iax.conf
; Inter-Asterisk eXchange driver definition
;
[general]
bindport=4569
bindaddr=0.0.0.0
disallow=all
allow=gsm
allow=g726aal2
allow=ulaw
jitterbuffer=yes
forcejitterbuffer=yes
dropcount=2
maxjitterbuffer=4000
maxjitterinterps=10
resyncthreshold=1000
maxexcessbuffer=80
minexcessbuffer=10
jittershrinkrate=1
tos=0x1E
autokill=yes
delayreject=yes
;iaxthreadcount=30
;iaxmaxthreadcount=150

register=nodenumber:nodepassword@register.allstarlink.org
register=nodenumber2:nodepassword2@register.allstarlink.org
register=nodenumber3:nodepassword3@register.allstarlink.org
register=nodenumber4:nodepassword4@register.allstarlink.org
register=nodenumber5:nodepassword5@register.allstarlink.org
register=nodenumber6:nodepassword6@register.allstarlink.org

[radio-proxy]
type=user
;deny=0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
;permit=/255.255.255.255
context=radio-secure-proxy
disallow=all
allow=gsm
allow=g726aal2
transfer=no


;[radio-proxy-out] ;I comment this out and things seem to be ok..
;type=peer
;host=
;username=nodenumber
;secret=nodepassword..
;auth=md5
;disallow=all
;allow=g726aal2
;transfer=no


; Incoming radio connections

[radio]
type=user
disallow=all
allow=gsm
allow=g726aal2
codecpriority=host
context=radio-secure
transfer=no

; Incoming phone connections to app_rpt

;[radio-control]
;type=user
;secret=nunya
;disallow=all
;allow=gsm
;codecpriority=host
;context=radio-control
;transfer=no

; Setup for outgoing calls

;[yourprovider]         ; This needs to change
;type=peer
;host=127.0.0.1
;secret=nunya
;auth=md5
;disallow=all
;allow=gsm
;transfer=no

[allstar-sys]
type=user
context=allstar-sys
auth=rsa
inkeys=allstar
disallow=all
allow=gsm
allow=ulaw

[allstar-public]
type=user
context=allstar-public
auth=md5
secret=allstar
disallow=all
allow=gsm
allow=ulaw

;#includeifexists custom/iax.conf


Ok now we move on to rpt.conf and how it should look after
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[macronodenumber] you can pretty much just copy and paste what you had from your other node below that make sure you add a few spaces so everything isn't run together..

afterwords make sure you put your ip info
like this..

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nodenubmer1 = radio@127.0.0.1/nodenumber1,NONE
nodenumber2 = radio@127.0.0.1/nodenumber2,NONE
nodenumber3 = radio@127.0.0.1/nodenumber3,NONE
nodenumber4 = radio@127.0.0.1/nodenumber4,NONE





loren@server:/etc/asterisk$ cat rpt.conf

Below is a running sample of what i am using for my nodes..
Code: [Select]
; Radio Repeater configuration file (for use with app_rpt)
;


;
; Your Repeater
;


[41715]                                 ; Change this to your assigned node number

rxchannel=DAHDI/pseudo
erxgain=-3
etxgain=3
;outstreamcmd=/bin/sh,-c,/usr/bin/lame --preset cbr 16 -r -m m -s 8 --bitwidth 16 - - | /usr/bin/ezstream -qvc /etc/ezstream.xml
;controlstates=controlstates
scheduler=schedule41715
macro=macro
startup_macro=*95327103
morse=morse41715
macro=macro41715
functions=functions41715
phone_functions=functions41715
link_functions=functions41715
telemetry=telemetry
wait_times=wait-times
context =  radio
callerid = "Repeater" <0000000000>
idrecording = /home/loren/idmsg2
idrecording = |iKC9ZHV
accountcode=RADIO
hangtime=100
althangtime=100
totime=240000
idtime=540000
politeid=3000

idtalkover=|iKC9ZHV
unlinkedct=ct2
remotect=ct3
linkunkeyct=ct8
;nolocallinkct=0
;eannmode=1
;connpgm=yourconnectprogram
;discpgm=yourdisconnectprogram
;lnkactenable=0
;lnkacttime=1800
;lnkactmacro=*52
;lnkacttimerwarn=30seconds
;remote_inact_timeout=1800
;remote_timeout=3600
nounkeyct=0
;holdofftelem=0
beaconing=0
telemdefault=0
telemdynamic=0
archivedir=/var/www/audio

;
; *** Status Reporting ***
;
; Uncomment the either group following two statpost lines to report the status of your node to stats.allstarlink.org
; depending on whether you are running ACID or Limey Linux.

; ** For ACID ***
statpost_program=/usr/bin/wget,-q,--timeout=15,--tries=1,--output-document=/dev/null
statpost_url=http://stats.allstarlink.org/uhandler.php ; Status updates

; ** For Limey Linux **
;statpost_program=/bin/wget,-q,--timeout=15,--tries=1,--output-document=/dev/null
;statpost_url=http://stats.allstarlink.org/uhandler.php ; Status updates

;
; Morse code parameters, these are common to all repeaters.
;

[morse41715]

speed=18
frequency=800
amplitude=4096
idfrequency=750
idamplitude=1024

[schedule41715]
;dtmf_function =  m h dom mon dow  ; ala cron, star is implied


[functions41715]
1=ilink,1
;2=ilink,2
3=ilink,3
;4=ilink,4
;5=macro,1
70=ilink,5
;71=ilink,6
;72=ilink,7
;73=ilink,15
;74=ilink,16
;75=ilink,8

;80=status,1
;81=status,2

951=ilink,11 ; Permanent link disconnect
;952=ilink,12 ; Permanent link receive
953=ilink,13 ; Permanent link transceive

;6=autopatchup,noct=1,farenddisconnect=1,dialtime=20000 ; Autopatch up
;0=autopatchdn                          ; Autopatch down

;989=cop,4
;980=status,3
99=cop,6

; Place command macros here

[macro41715]




[27103]                                 ; Change this to your assigned node number

rxchannel=DAHDI/pseudo
erxgain=-3
etxgain=3
;controlstates=controlstates
scheduler=schedule27103
macro=macro
startup_macro=*95342354
morse=morse27103
macro=macro27103
functions=functions27103
phone_functions=functions27103
link_functions=functions27103
telemetry=telemetry
wait_times=wait-times
context =  radio
callerid = "Repeater" <0000000000>
idrecording = /home/loren/idmsg2
idrecording = |iKC9ZHV/R
accountcode=RADIO
hangtime=5
althangtime=100
totime=240000
idtime=540000
politeid=3000

idtalkover=|iKC9ZHV/R
unlinkedct=ct2
remotect=ct3
linkunkeyct=ct8
;nolocallinkct=0
;eannmode=1
;connpgm=yourconnectprogram
;discpgm=yourdisconnectprogram
;lnkactenable=0
;lnkacttime=1800
;lnkactmacro=*52
;lnkacttimerwarn=30seconds
;remote_inact_timeout=1800
;remote_timeout=3600
nounkeyct=0
;holdofftelem=0
beaconing=0
telemdefault=0
telemdynamic=0
archivedir=/var/www/audio
;
; *** Status Reporting ***
;
; Uncomment the either group following two statpost lines to report the status of your node to stats.allstarlink.org
; depending on whether you are running ACID or Limey Linux.

; ** For ACID ***
statpost_program=/usr/bin/wget,-q,--timeout=15,--tries=1,--output-document=/dev/null
statpost_url=http://stats.allstarlink.org/uhandler.php ; Status updates

; ** For Limey Linux **
;statpost_program=/bin/wget,-q,--timeout=15,--tries=1,--output-document=/dev/null
;statpost_url=http://stats.allstarlink.org/uhandler.php ; Status updates

;
; Morse code parameters, these are common to all repeaters.
;

[morse27103]

speed=20
frequency=800
amplitude=4096
idfrequency=750
idamplitude=1024

[schedule27103]
;dtmf_function =  m h dom mon dow  ; ala cron, star is implied


[functions27103]
1=ilink,1
;2=ilink,2
3=ilink,3
;4=ilink,4
;5=macro,1
70=ilink,5
;71=ilink,6
;72=ilink,7
;73=ilink,15
;74=ilink,16
;75=ilink,8

;80=status,1
;81=status,2

951=ilink,11 ; Permanent link disconnect
952=ilink,12 ; Permanent link receive
953=ilink,13 ; Permanent link transceive

;6=autopatchup,noct=1,farenddisconnect=1,dialtime=20000 ; Autopatch up
;0=autopatchdn                          ; Autopatch down

;989=cop,4
980=status,3
99=cop,6

; Place command macros here

[macro27103]




[41834]                                 ; Change this to your assigned node number

rxchannel=DAHDI/pseudo
erxgain=-3
etxgain=3
;controlstates=controlstates
scheduler=schedule41834
macro=macro
startup_macro=*95341715
morse=morse41834
macro=macro41834
functions=functions41834
phone_functions=functions41834
link_functions=functions41834
telemetry=telemetry
wait_times=wait-times
context =  radio
callerid = "Repeater" <0000000000>
idrecording = /home/loren/idmsg2
idrecording = |iKC9ZHV
accountcode=RADIO
hangtime=100
althangtime=100
totime=240000
idtime=540000
politeid=3000

idtalkover=|iKC9ZHV
unlinkedct=ct2
remotect=ct3
linkunkeyct=ct8
;nolocallinkct=0
;eannmode=1
;connpgm=yourconnectprogram
;discpgm=yourdisconnectprogram
;lnkactenable=0
;lnkacttime=1800
;lnkactmacro=*52
;lnkacttimerwarn=30seconds
;remote_inact_timeout=1800
;remote_timeout=3600
nounkeyct=0
;holdofftelem=0
beaconing=0
telemdefault=0
telemdynamic=0
archivedir=/var/www/audio
;
; *** Status Reporting ***
;
; Uncomment the either group following two statpost lines to report the status of your node to stats.allstarlink.org
; depending on whether you are running ACID or Limey Linux.

; ** For ACID ***
statpost_program=/usr/bin/wget,-q,--timeout=15,--tries=1,--output-document=/dev/null
statpost_url=http://stats.allstarlink.org/uhandler.php ; Status updates

; ** For Limey Linux **
;statpost_program=/bin/wget,-q,--timeout=15,--tries=1,--output-document=/dev/null
;statpost_url=http://stats.allstarlink.org/uhandler.php ; Status updates

;
; Morse code parameters, these are common to all repeaters.
;

[morse41834]

speed=18
frequency=800
amplitude=4096
idfrequency=750
idamplitude=1024

[schedule41834]
;dtmf_function =  m h dom mon dow  ; ala cron, star is implied


[functions41834]
1=ilink,1
;2=ilink,2
3=ilink,3
;4=ilink,4
;5=macro,1
70=ilink,5
;71=ilink,6
;72=ilink,7
;73=ilink,15
;74=ilink,16
;75=ilink,8

80=status,1
81=status,2

951=ilink,11 ; Permanent link disconnect
952=ilink,12 ; Permanent link receive
953=ilink,13 ; Permanent link transceive

;6=autopatchup,noct=1,farenddisconnect=1,dialtime=20000 ; Autopatch up
;0=autopatchdn                          ; Autopatch down

;989=cop,4
;980=status,3
99=cop,6

; Place command macros here

[macro41834]




[42448]                                 ; Change this to your assigned node number

rxchannel=DAHDI/pseudo
duplex=2
erxgain=-3
etxgain=3
;controlstates=controlstates
scheduler=schedule42448
morse=morse42448
macro=macro42448
functions=functions42448
phone_functions=functions42448
link_functions=functions42448
telemetry=telemetry
wait_times=wait-times
context =  radio
callerid = "Repeater" <0000000000>
idrecording = /home/loren/idmsg2
idrecording = |iKC9ZHV
accountcode=RADIO
hangtime=100
althangtime=100
totime=240000
idtime=540000
politeid=3000

idtalkover=|iKC9ZHV
unlinkedct=ct2
remotect=ct3
linkunkeyct=ct8
;nolocallinkct=0
;eannmode=1
;connpgm=yourconnectprogram
;discpgm=yourdisconnectprogram
;lnkactenable=0
;lnkacttime=1800
;lnkactmacro=*52
;lnkacttimerwarn=30seconds
;remote_inact_timeout=1800
;remote_timeout=3600
nounkeyct=0
;holdofftelem=0
beaconing=0
telemdefault=0
telemdynamic=0
archivedir=/var/www/audio

;
; *** Status Reporting ***
;
; Uncomment the either group following two statpost lines to report the status of your node to stats.allstarlink.org
; depending on whether you are running ACID or Limey Linux.

; ** For ACID ***
statpost_program=/usr/bin/wget,-q,--timeout=15,--tries=1,--output-document=/dev/null
statpost_url=http://stats.allstarlink.org/uhandler.php ; Status updates

; ** For Limey Linux **
;statpost_program=/bin/wget,-q,--timeout=15,--tries=1,--output-document=/dev/null
;statpost_url=http://stats.allstarlink.org/uhandler.php ; Status updates

;
; Morse code parameters, these are common to all repeaters.
;

[morse42448]

speed=18
frequency=800
amplitude=4096
idfrequency=750
idamplitude=1024

[schedule42448]
;dtmf_function =  m h dom mon dow  ; ala cron, star is implied


[functions42448]
1=ilink,1
;2=ilink,2
3=ilink,3
;4=ilink,4
;5=macro,1
;70=ilink,5
;71=ilink,6
;72=ilink,7
;73=ilink,15
;74=ilink,16
;75=ilink,8
;771=/etc/asterisk/script/autostop
;773=/etc/asterisk/script/autostart

;80=status,1
;81=status,2

;6=autopatchup,noct=1,farenddisconnect=1,dialtime=20000 ; Autopatch up
;0=autopatchdn                          ; Autopatch down

;989=cop,4
;980=status,3
99=cop,6

; Place command macros here

[macro42448]


;KB7QLT Node

[29593]                                 ; Change this to your assigned node number

rxchannel=dahdi/pseudo
erxgain=0
etxgain=0
;controlstates=controlstates
macro=macro
;outstreamcmd=/bin/sh,-c,/usr/bin/lame --preset cbr 16 -r -m m -s 8 --bitwidth  16 - - | /usr/bin/ezstream -qvc /etc/ezstream3.xml
;startup_macro=*95329925
scheduler=schedule29593
morse=morse29593
macro=macro29593
functions=functions29593
phone_functions=functions29593
link_functions=functions29593
telemetry=telemetry
wait_times=wait-times
context =  radio
callerid = "Repeater" <0000000000>
;idrecording= /home/loren/idmsg2
idrecording = |iKB7QLT
accountcode=RADIO
hangtime=100
althangtime=100
totime=240000
idtime=540000
politeid=3000

idtalkover=|iKB7QLT
unlinkedct=ct2
remotect=ct3
linkunkeyct=ct8
;nolocallinkct=0
;eannmode=1
;connpgm=yourconnectprogram
;discpgm=yourdisconnectprogram
;lnkactenable=0
;lnkacttime=1800
;lnkactmacro=*52
;lnkacttimerwarn=30seconds
;remote_inact_timeout=1800
;remote_timeout=3600
nounkeyct=0
;holdofftelem=0
beaconing=0
telemdefault=2
archivedir=/var/www/audio

;
; *** Status Reporting ***
;
; Uncomment the either group following two statpost lines to report the status of your node to stats.allstarlink.org
; depending on whether you are running ACID or Limey Linux.

; ** For Dial ***
statpost_program=/usr/bin/wget,-q,--timeout=15,--tries=1,--output-document=/dev/null
statpost_url=http://stats.allstarlink.org/uhandler.php ; Status updates

; ** For Limey Linux **
;statpost_program=/bin/wget,-q,--timeout=15,--tries=1,--output-document=/dev/null
;statpost_url=http://stats.allstarlink.org/uhandler.php ; Status updates

;
; Morse code parameters, these are common to all repeaters.
;

[morse29593]

speed=20
frequency=800
amplitude=4096
idfrequency=750
idamplitude=1024

[schedule29593]
;dtmf_function =  m h dom mon dow  ; ala cron, star is implied


[functions29593]
1=ilink,1
2=ilink,2
3=ilink,3
4=ilink,4
5=macro,1
70=ilink,5
71=ilink,6
72=ilink,7
73=ilink,15
74=ilink,16
75=ilink,8

951=ilink,11 ; Permanent link disconnect
952=ilink,12 ; Permanent link receive
953=ilink,13 ; Permanent link transceive

80=status,1
81=status,2

;6=autopatchup,noct=1,farenddisconnect=1,dialtime=20000 ; Autopatch up
;0=autopatchdn                          ; Autopatch down

989=cop,4
980=status,3
99=cop,6

; Place command macros here

[macro29593]

;AA1PR Vermont Hub information..

[42354]                                 ; Change this to your assigned node number

rxchannel=DAHDI/pseudo
duplex=2
erxgain=-3
etxgain=3
;controlstates=controlstates
scheduler=schedule42354
macro=macro
startup_macro=*95342353
morse=morse42354
macro=macro42354
functions=functions42354
phone_functions=functions42354
link_functions=functions42354
telemetry=telemetry
wait_times=wait-times
context =  radio
callerid = "Repeater" <0000000000>
;idrecording = /home/loren/idmsg2
idrecording = |iAA1PR
accountcode=RADIO
hangtime=8
althangtime=20
totime=240000
idtime=540000
politeid=3000

idtalkover=|iKC9ZHV
unlinkedct=ct2
remotect=ct3
linkunkeyct=ct8
;nolocallinkct=0
;eannmode=1
;connpgm=yourconnectprogram
;discpgm=yourdisconnectprogram
;lnkactenable=0
;lnkacttime=1800
;lnkactmacro=*52
;lnkacttimerwarn=30seconds
;remote_inact_timeout=1800
;remote_timeout=3600
nounkeyct=0
;holdofftelem=0
beaconing=0
telemdefault=0
telemdynamic=0
archivedir=/var/www/audio

;
; *** Status Reporting ***
;
; Uncomment the either group following two statpost lines to report the status of your node to stats.allstarlink.org
; depending on whether you are running ACID or Limey Linux.

; ** For ACID ***
statpost_program=/usr/bin/wget,-q,--timeout=15,--tries=1,--output-document=/dev/null
statpost_url=http://stats.allstarlink.org/uhandler.php ; Status updates

; ** For Limey Linux **
;statpost_program=/bin/wget,-q,--timeout=15,--tries=1,--output-document=/dev/null
;statpost_url=http://stats.allstarlink.org/uhandler.php ; Status updates

;
; Morse code parameters, these are common to all repeaters.
;

[morse42354]

speed=18
frequency=800
amplitude=4096
idfrequency=750
idamplitude=1024

[schedule42354]
;dtmf_function =  m h dom mon dow  ; ala cron, star is implied


[functions42354]
1=ilink,1
;2=ilink,2
3=ilink,3
;4=ilink,4
;5=macro,1
;70=ilink,5
;71=ilink,6
;72=ilink,7
;73=ilink,15
;74=ilink,16
;75=ilink,8
;771=/etc/asterisk/script/autostop
;773=/etc/asterisk/script/autostart

951=ilink,11 ; Permanent link disconnect
952=ilink,12 ; Permanent link receive
953=ilink,13 ; Permanent link transceive

;80=status,1
;81=status,2

;6=autopatchup,noct=1,farenddisconnect=1,dialtime=20000 ; Autopatch up
;0=autopatchdn                          ; Autopatch down

;989=cop,4
;980=status,3
99=cop,6

; Place command macros here

[macro42354]




[telemetry]

ct1=|t(350,0,100,2048)(500,0,100,2048)(660,0,100,2048)
ct2=|t(660,880,150,2048)
ct3=|t(440,0,150,4096)
ct4=|t(550,0,150,2048)
ct5=|t(660,0,150,2048)
ct6=|t(880,0,150,2048)
ct7=|t(660,440,150,2048)
ct8=|t(700,1100,150,2048)
remotetx=|t(1633,0,50,3000)(0,0,80,0)(1209,0,50,3000);
remotemon=|t(1209,0,50,2048)
cmdmode=|t(900,903,200,2048)
functcomplete=|t(1000,0,100,2048)(0,0,100,0)(1000,0,100,2048)
patchup=rpt/callproceeding
patchdown=rpt/callterminated

;
; This section allows wait times for telemetry events to be adjusted
; A section for wait times can be defined for every repeater
;

[wait-times]
telemwait=2000
idwait=500
unkeywait=2000
calltermwait=2000

;
; This is where you define your nodes which cam be connected to.
;

[nodes]
; Note, if you are using automatic update for allstar link nodes,
; no allstar link nodes should be defined here. Only place a definition
; for your locak nodes, and private (off of allstar link) nodes here.

41715 = radio@127.0.0.1/41715,NONE
27103 = radio@127.0.0.1/27103,NONE
41834 = radio@127.0.0.1/41834,NONE
42448 = radio@127.0.0.1/42448,NONE
29593 = radio@127.0.0.1/29593,NONE
29925 = radio@167.114.6.214/29925,NONE
40875 = radio@167.114.6.214/40875,NONE
42354 = radio@127.0.0.1/42354,NONE

; Memories for remote bases

[memory]

;00 = 146.580,100.0,m
;01 = 147.030,103.5,m+t
;02 = 147.240,103.5,m+t
;03 = 147.765,79.7,m-t
;04 = 146.460,100.0,m
;05 = 146.550,100.0,m

7
General Discussion / The MiFiŽ 4G LTE Global USB Modem U620L
« Last post by kc9zhv on May 12, 2016, 04:19:35 PM »


http://www.verizonwireless.com/internet-devices/verizon-mifi-4g-lte-global-usb-modem-u620l/

This device is claims it is compatible with linux and below is the what we found listed for this device to make it work with linux..

Here is the product Manual
https://ss7.vzw.com/is/content/VerizonWireless/Devices/Verizon/Userguides/vzw-mifi-4g-lte-usb-modem-ug.pdf

The Products Linux Integration Guide  (Warning Very sketchy and poor documentation)
http://www.verizonwireless.com/dam/support/pdf/user_guide/u620-linux-integration-guide-7-17-15.pdf

Ok at last here is the AT Reference Guid which I didn't really understand that well..
http://www.verizonwireless.com/dam/support/pdf/user_guide/u620-at-command-reference-guide-7-17-15.pdf

First off complaint with this device is that their should have been a repo to download the appropriate devices to make this dongle work example is apt-get install whatever  ..

I honestly expect more out of verizon I had figured that they were trust worthy enough company to post accurate and at least have well documented information on their site boy was i wrong........

Here is a youtube video that did help us get things kinda rolling for a moment but we could not maintain  connection for some reason..


Here is the wvdial info you will need

Code: [Select]
sudo apt-get install wvdial
Here is the rest of the information..
/etc/wvdial.conf  <--- Config file for wvdial

#Config file below
Code: [Select]
[ Dialer Defaults ]

Init1 = ATZ
Stupid Mode = 1
Dial Command = atdt
Carrier Check = no


[ Dialer Verizon ]

Modem = /dev/USB0
Baud = 100000000
Phone = *99***3#
Username = 1
Password = 1

#Config file over!

you will need to cd to /dev/ then ls till you see USB0 and make sure your device lands on USB0 if not you have to start all the typical linux trouble shooting steps all over again..

When you run this it will look like this wvdial Verizon



Rant over!!!

The device we will try using with our repeater system is this device here..

http://www.verizonwireless.com/home-office-solutions/verizon-lte-internet-and-home-phone/
LTE Internet and Home Phone

We are only using the data side only on this device..
8
Allstarlink-PC Version / MOTD for ssh
« Last post by kc9zhv on May 06, 2016, 06:14:03 PM »
Warning this seems to work on Ubuntu only out of box you might need to adjust some settings if your running debian.

Greetings I have decided to run a new MOTD type setup on my servers so I can see whats going on with the server and a really quick basic weather update..

Here is the original article where i had found the info.

https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/pam_motd.html

Here is updated ppa info for landscape if failed to install..
https://help.landscape.canonical.com/

Ok so here we go..

Code: [Select]
sudo apt-get install landscape-common weather-util
Now that we have installed the packages here is how to setup your local weather to appear on the MOTD.

Code: [Select]
sudo nano /usr/local/bin/local-weather
So now to setup your weather information server side..
You can find the information here..
http://www.nws.noaa.gov/tg/siteloc.php
Code: [Select]
#!/bin/sh
#
#
# Prints the local weather information for the MOTD.
#
#

# Replace KINT with your local weather station.
# Local stations can be found here: http://www.weather.gov/tg/siteloc.shtml <-- This is old and out of date>

echo
weather -i KOLY
echo

Now you need to adjust permissions.
Code: [Select]
sudo chmod 755 /usr/local/bin/local-weather
Now link the files to the correct places..
Code: [Select]
sudo ln -s /usr/local/bin/local-weather /etc/update-motd.d/98-local-weather
If you wish to run a customized script to run the info with out exiting and re-login into the server you can do this..

Now to create this I generally like to make sure i am back to where i usually start out when joining into the server.
Code: [Select]
cd ~Now we are naming this file sinfo.sh <- you can name this what ever you like..

Code: [Select]
nano sinfo.sh
Code: [Select]
#!/bin/sh
run-parts --lsbsysinit /etc/update-motd.d 2>/dev/null


Now to run the command you will typ sh sinfo.sh

Here is an example of what it could show..

Code: [Select]
Welcome to Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.13.0-85-generic x86_64)

 * Documentation:  https://help.ubuntu.com/
Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS

server    :
ip        : 192.99.13.90
hostname  : server.lorentedford.com


  System information as of Fri May  6 18:13:25 CDT 2016

  System load:    0.57              Processes:           247
  Usage of /home: 12.2% of 1.71TB   Users logged in:     1
  Memory usage:   33%               IP address for eth0: 192.99.13.90
  Swap usage:     0%

  Graph this data and manage this system at:
    https://landscape.canonical.com/


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Current conditions at Olney-Noble, Olney-Noble Airport
Last updated May 06, 2016 - 06:55 PM EDT / 2016.05.06 2255 UTC
   Temperature: 71 F (22 C)
   Relative Humidity: 43%
   Wind: from the W (280 degrees) at 8 MPH (7 KT)
   Sky conditions: clear

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Allstarlink-PC Version / Re: ezstream
« Last post by kc9zhv on May 04, 2016, 09:48:40 PM »
I tried this script after ezstream went crazy not exactly sure what to do other than to go back to the old script temporarly I wonder if i am missing some thing somewhere do you all have any ideas..

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Allstarlink-PC Version / Re: ezstream
« Last post by kc9zhv on May 02, 2016, 11:52:44 AM »
Thanks so much Ken!!  :)
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