[arm-allstar] Need help: New to AllStar Link Network
kd4ont at gmail.com
Mon Jan 15 22:41:30 EST 2018
Welcome to something new to play with! There's much to learn. My advice is
read everything on hamvoip.org. Do some YouTube searches on allstar
asterisk. It will take you some time to learn the ropes.
I think there is an archive of all the posts in this mailing forum, so you
can read stuff and learn. I don't know the link to it.
Also, how comfortable you feel around a computer, is helpful. Don't be
afraid to roll up your sleeves and poke around on the command line. Kinda
like the dos days.
You say you need help. Baby steps. What is the thing you are having
difficulty with right now?
On Jan 15, 2018 10:27 PM, Maximo Barawid via arm-allstar <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:
> Hello everyone. I was asked by our club, DX2BBB to put-up an echolink
> network on a Raspberry Pi to replace a P3 PC. Somebody told me to try this
> AllStar Link Network. I have a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B V1.2 with 16GB
> memory card. I also bought a USB sound card with CM108 chip that I can
> modify if necessary.
> Our club have a VHF repeater system that interconnect 2 cities in the
> northern Philippines via UHF links. We are also connected to echolink with
> nodes -L and -R.
> To summarize it, we would like to try this AllStar Link Network. Can
> anyone help us setup an AllStar Link Network for our club. I have already
> subscribed and got a node # which is 47102. I have downloaded the
> <https://hamvoip.org/RPi2/RPi2-3_V1.5rc2_Allstar.img.xz>, flashed to the
> 16GB memory card, boot the RPi3 from the flashed image, logged in as root.
> Went through a series of change this, yes, no, until it asked me to reboot,
> and after that I was presented with the Admin Menu. Up to that point,
> since I don't know what to do next, I just shutdown the RPi 3.
> I hope someone can help.
> Maximo, DU2UXH
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