June 10, 2019 at 10:33 pm #2853
Aaron: The ping pong is maybe a squelch tail problem where the repeater closes and the simplex link responds with a beep which keys up the repeater again and my simplex link responds with a beep and will keep on until I end the echolink session. This is before I try to use PTT on echolink. I have made my changes in the svxlink.conf file. I realize that is not the place to change it but it had worked on 2.0.0 . firstname.lastname@example.orgJune 15, 2019 at 7:00 pm #2872
Sent you and email.October 2, 2019 at 2:56 pm #2990
I have been away from this project since June and now I can’t SSH in to the configuration files any more. Says permission denied. I am still on version 2.0.0 and signed in as root and OpenRepeater as PW OK, but the /var/www/openrepeater/includes/classes/SVXLink.php command says permission denied? I know I must be missing something which I have forgotten in the away time and must relearn it.
Echolink is still working OK but need to increase the output level to the transceiver and want to get rid of the “On Air” voice announcement when echolink connects and disconnects. and update to newer versions.October 2, 2019 at 7:44 pm #2993
Let me know if you can get in as the pi user. I believe it still may be present in the 2.0.0 image. We’ve removed it for security in newer versions. That may give you a back door to reset the root possibly.
Also I would check your SSH client and make sure you are not having any possible issues with that. Maybe a conflicting known hosts key or something.October 2, 2019 at 10:08 pm #2996
yes I can log in as pi and raspberry and I can log in as root and OpenRepeater but when I go to a command it says permission deniedOctober 2, 2019 at 10:15 pm #2997
After successful login
It comes up to root@orp~:#
When I try to use /var/openrepeater/includes/classes/SVXLink.php it returns permission deniedOctober 2, 2019 at 10:42 pm #2998
Success……needed to add nano before the command line /var/www/….
I will write this stuff down in the future before I go on to other things and forget!October 3, 2019 at 12:25 am #2999
How can I disable the on air greeting when echolink connects and disconnects. The repeater owner does not want the extra chatter.October 3, 2019 at 11:51 pm #3000
Am I correct in assuming the file that says: “You have connected to an OpenRepeater Echolink node. For more information, please visit openrepeater.com”
If that is the case, the easiest thing to do is to rename the audio file and replace it with something else. You can just do some command line renaming and copying.
First, Backup the greeting file by renaming it:
mv /usr/share/svxlink/sounds/en_US/EchoLink/greeting.wav /usr/share/svxlink/sounds/en_US/EchoLink/greetingORIG.wav
Then, copy the “connected” file by renaming it:
cp /usr/share/svxlink/sounds/en_US/EchoLink/connected.wav /usr/share/svxlink/sounds/en_US/EchoLink/greeting.wav
Now instead of the message above it will just say “connected” from the remote node.October 7, 2019 at 12:38 pm #3003
Thank you for your reply: I want to eliminate the greeting message that goes out over the repeater on the air and just have the echolink connect with out an announcement thru the repeater. And, how to I locate the files.. I log on as root….and then how do I get to the files needed to be changed?
FYI I was able to increase the level to the radio by adjusting the alsamixer after maxing the levels on the ICS1 to acceptable level now and it hold after restarting.
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