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Setup Packetradio on a Raspberry

I have made a quik guide to install direwolf, bpq and jnos on  a Raspberry Pi. if you follow the instructions in the examples you should get it to work. You only need to adjust the configuration files direwolf.conf, bpq32.cfg, autoexec.nos


 

Install Direwolf on Raspberry Pi

The Pi plus a USB soundcard is all you need to get started with Packet Radio. Instead of using a dedicated hardware TNC, the Pi can be coaxed to do the hard work of managing the Packet protocol.

Full instructions can be found on the WB2OSZ’z website at: 
https://github.com/wb2osz/direwolf

Installation

Raspbian update:
>> sudo apt-get update
>> sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
>> sudo rpi-update
>> sudo reboot

Remove pulseaudio:
>> sudo apt-get remove --purge pulseaudio
>> sudo apt-get autoremove
>> rm -rf /home/pi/.pulse
>> sudo reboot

Install sound library:
>> sudo apt-get install libasound2-dev
>> sudo apt-get install libudev-dev

Remove old install:
>> sudo rm -rf direwolf (remove old install)

Install Direwolf:
>> cd ~
>> sudo git clone https://github.com/wb2osz/direwolf
>> cd direwolf
>> sudo make
>> sudo make install
>> sudo make install-conf
>> sudo make install-rpi

Make direwolf executable:
>> sudo chmod a+x direwolf

Configuration direwolf.conf:
>> sudo editor direwolf.conf (example)

ADEVICE plughw:1,0
ACHANNELS 1
CHANNEL 0
MYCALL CALLSIGN
MODEM 1200 E+
PTT GPIO 21
DWAIT 30
SLOTTIME 10
PERSIST 64
TXDELAY 20
TXTAIL 05
AGWPORT 8000
KISSPORT 8001
FIX_BITS 0 AX25


Update direwolf:
>> sudo apt-get update 
>> sudo apt-cache showpkg direwolf 
>> sudo apt-get install direwolf


Install BPQ on Raspberry Pi

The purpose of this mini howto is to get a working BPQ configuration on a Raspberry Pi. This is the most simple methode to install and configure BPQ on you Raspberry Pi


Full instructions can be found on the G8BPQ website at: 
http://www.cantab.net/users/john.wiseman/Documents/

Installation

Create directory:
>> sudo mkdir BPQ
>> cd BPQ


Download bpq-config:
>> sudo wget http://www.prinmath.com/ham/bpq-config

Make bpq-config executable:
>> sudo chmod a+x bpq-config

Run bpq-config:
>> sudo ./bpq-config


Install Jnos2 on Raspberry Pi

The purpose of this mini howto is to get a working Jnos configuration on a Raspberry Pi. This is the most simple methode to install and configure Jnos on your Raspberry Pi


Full instructions can be found on the VE4KLM website at: 
https://www.langelaar.net/projects/jnos2/

Make directory and download Jnos
>> sudo mkdir ./Jnos
>> sudo rsync -a www.langelaar.net::jnos2 ./Jnos

Install ncurses development package
>> sudo apt-get install libncurses5-dev libncursesw5-dev

Configure script Jnos
>> cd Jnos
>> sudo ./configure 

Build the Jnos executable
>> sudo make

Run Jnos
>> sudo ./jnos

More information about configure your Jnos system (CLICK)


Install LCD screen on Raspberry Pi

Activate LCD touchscreen:
>> sudo rm -rf LCD-show
>> sudo git clone https://github.com/goodtft/LCD-show.git
>> sudo chmod -R 755 LCD-show
>> cd LCD-show/
>> sudo ./LCD35-show

Calibrate LCD touchscreen:
>> sudo apt-get install -y xinput-calibrator

Activate HDMI screen
>> sudo ./LCD-hdmi

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