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locked Re: 646,693 files & 203 GIGAbytes ! #IssueReport

Pat N6PAT
 

That option is not working right. The files are getting created by the thousands even with that option set to *None


locked Re: USb audio interface PTT for ts-2000 but not only #transmit #WSJTX_config

Bruce
 

Hello YO8BCA,

One answer. I have Flex5000 and use NO cables. All cables are now virtual (software cables) Cables. Control, audio, PTT, CAT are all virtual.

73, Bruce, W8HW

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



On 2/2/2021 2:59 PM, ddsigneco@... wrote:
As many others Kenwood TS-2000 users I was trying to find a solution to reduce the number of cables between transceiver and PC. Audio i/O, FTDI for ACC2 PTT, serial for CAT.
If the TS-2000 had the option to select the audio input (front/ACC2) or if the CAT&audio was on USB bus it would be OK, but it's an old rig so this is what we have, Of course, there are of the shelf solution like Signalink or others audio and CAT interfaces, but this are also expensive (for me anyway).
 After a while I came across a site where is presented a theoretical solution used for repeaters: a cheap (under $10) USB audio interface with a "Mic Mute" LED.
Now, I would like ask the WSJT*X savvy's  or developers: how hard would be to implement/add  a "radio button" for "MIC Mute" PTT in the radio PTT section from settings?
If this would be possible, the hardware implementation would be the easiest solution I can imagine. An optocoupler or a small reed relay acting as PTT when the 'Mute" is active.  After all, we don't need the mic input when the transceiver is TX-ing.
The solution wold be a simple one even for older rigs with a little tinkering.

So, Is there a possibility to add a "Mute" button for PTT?
73, YO8BCA



locked Re: Any Faster/Easier Way? #FT8

Amos Sobel 4X4MF
 

Ken

 

Use JtAlert. It does solve this problem

 

Amos 4X4MF

 

 

From: main@WSJTX.groups.io <main@WSJTX.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ken WB8UFC
Sent: Tuesday, February 2, 2021 8:13 PM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: [WSJTX] Any Faster/Easier Way? #FT8

 

I usually run two instances of WSJT-X concurrently (FT8).
I often swap the bands on which each instances is operating in order to swap the (mutually perpendicular) antennas fed by the radios driven by those instances.

For example, I start by running the rig "I" instance on 40M (using an E/W antenna) and the rig "Y" instance on 80M (using a N/S antenna).
After a while, I'll swap and run the rig "Y" instance on 40M (using the N/S antenna) and the rig "I" instance on 80M (using the E/W antenna).

If I want to get the advantage of colors for stations I've worked on each band since each instance was first started, I must rescan the ADIF file (I presume the contents are cached upon startup and maintained in memory for the coloring function).
I do this by pressing F2 (to show the "Settings" dialog) and clicking the "Rescan ADF Log" button on the "Colors" tab.

Other than re-starting each instance whenever I am moving to a band the other instance has worked, is there a better/faster way to keep the colors working properly?


locked Re: 646,693 files & 203 GIGAbytes ! #IssueReport

Bob Lewis
 

Main Menu, Save, select NONE

-----Original Message-----
From: main@WSJTX.groups.io [mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave Cole
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2021 3:02 PM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] 646,693 files & 203 GIGAbytes ! #BugReport

Hi Kari,

I noticed you said that others are not having this issue, I just checked, and I had 57 GB of .wav files, which are now deleted...

Can someone direct me to the control which turns off, and on, the saving of .wav files? I looked all over and can not seem to locate it.

Running 2.3.0 GA release.

73, and thanks,
Dave (NK7Z)
https://www.nk7z.net
ARRL Volunteer Examiner
ARRL Technical Specialist, RFI
ARRL Asst. Director, NW Division, Technical Resources

On 2/2/21 10:39 AM, Karza wrote:
John,

On 2.2.2021 19.02, JP Tucson, AZ wrote:
I have had "SAVE" set to NONE set for a long time.
So have most of us.


...that AGAIN my C: drive was nearly 2/3 full ! ... found 646,693
files worth over 203 GB of data in the user... wsjtx - "save"
directory... from late Sept. of 2020 till present- INCLUDING the NEW
Version v2.3.0 GA !!!
I wonder why no-one else has reported this problem...

So apparently, the NONE button under save, does... nothing, just dead.
Only that for everyone else this button (?) seems to do exactly what
is advertises.

That was after I FOUND IT! What I mean is, that the
user...wsjtx...save file was set to HIDDEN, but certainly NOT BY ME!
And certainly not by WSJT-X. Why on earth would WSJT-X try to do
something like that?

It's an Open Source project. Just try to find a piece of code doing
'change a directory to hidden' in there.


Anyway, the WSJTX issue here in that since it is set to off, WHY IS
IT STILL SAVING it.
Obviously you have some problem with your computer not related to WSJT-X .

May I suggest that while you are trying to find out what's wrong with
your computer, you schedule a task to delete unneeded .wav files using
Windows Backgound Task facility

https://www.windowscentral.com/how-create-automated-task-using-task-sc
heduler-windows-10


BR,73, de Kari, oh2gqc






locked Re: 646,693 files & 203 GIGAbytes ! #IssueReport

JP Tucson, AZ
 

Hi Dave,

It's on the top menu under "SAVE", click on it & select NONE" to "try anyway" & halt saving of the .wav files.



73 - John - N7GHZ

On Tue, Feb 2, 2021, 1:25 PM Dave Cole <dave@...> wrote:
Hi Kari,

I noticed you said that others are not having this issue, I just
checked, and I had 57 GB of .wav files, which are now deleted...

Can someone direct me to the control which turns off, and on, the saving
of .wav files?  I looked all over and can not seem to locate it.

Running 2.3.0 GA release.

73, and thanks,
Dave (NK7Z)
https://www.nk7z.net
ARRL Volunteer Examiner
ARRL Technical Specialist, RFI
ARRL Asst. Director, NW Division, Technical Resources

On 2/2/21 10:39 AM, Karza wrote:
> John,
>
> On 2.2.2021 19.02, JP Tucson, AZ wrote:
>> I have had "SAVE" set to NONE set for a long time.
>
> So have most of us.
>
>>
>> ...that AGAIN my C: drive was nearly 2/3 full ! ... found  646,693
>> files worth over 203 GB of data in the user... wsjtx - "save"
>> directory...  from late Sept. of 2020 till present- INCLUDING the
>> NEW Version v2.3.0 GA  !!!
>
> I wonder why no-one else has reported this problem...
>
>> So apparently, the NONE button under save, does... nothing, just dead.
> Only that for everyone else this button (?) seems to do exactly what is
> advertises.
>>
>> That was after I FOUND IT!  What I mean is, that the
>> user...wsjtx...save file was set to HIDDEN, but certainly NOT BY ME!
>
> And certainly not by WSJT-X. Why on earth would WSJT-X try to do
> something like that?
>
> It's an Open Source project. Just try to find a piece of code doing
> 'change a directory to hidden'  in there.
>
>>
>> Anyway, the WSJTX issue here in that since it is set to off, WHY IS IT
>> STILL SAVING it.
>
> Obviously you have some problem with your computer not related to WSJT-X .
>
> May I suggest that while you are trying to find out what's wrong with
> your computer, you schedule a task to delete unneeded .wav files using
> Windows Backgound Task facility
>
> https://www.windowscentral.com/how-create-automated-task-using-task-scheduler-windows-10
>
>
> BR,73, de Kari, oh2gqc
>
>
>
>
>
>




locked Re: #FT8 Meinberg NTP #FT8

Jacques Pecourt
 

Wonderful suggestion Bill. I missed that option.
Thank you as always.

73's Jacques.

On Tue, 2 Feb 2021 at 15:55, Bill Somerville <g4wjs@...> wrote:
On 02/02/2021 20:28, Jacques Pecourt wrote:
I installed and used NTP Meinberg a year ago with great success until something new occurred recently. Basically my setup takes forever to reach the "377" mark . It used to be a couple of minutes in the past, not half 1/2 hour or more now.. I use the "ntpq -p " (Auto-Refresh every 10s) rather than entering. "ntpq -pn".on the command prompt. I have the "Disable other time Services" checked on Win 10 PRo (ver. 9041.746).
Within the documentation I have I cannot find any ways to change the 3 URL designations that came up when I installed the program and wonder if any of them is different from the past. Curiosity led me to search where these physical locations were. Referring to the picture below, they are respectively "Asia Pacific Network Information Center'', 'University of Madison Wisconsin" and "Los Angeles CA.". When I start the display, the top one is always marked with a +.   After a  (long) while, the other ones will connect and eventually the 377 number will appear. The offset will then be within + or - milliseconds.  I wonder if my initial connection is somewhere across the globe when I start, and the huge delay before reaching the 2 other addresses and the expected result. Is there any way I could change this situation and possibly connect to a more local or close network instead of the existing one out of nowhere ?
Thank you for any help.
 
image.png

Jacques. W2/F2YS

Hi Jacques,

the Meinberg NTP client installer  suggests you select pool servers from the pool.ntp.org project, using pool servers allows the best performing servers to be rotated every few minutes so you get best synchronization. All you should have to do is select 3 or 4 pool servers from your local pool, something like:

0.pool.north-america.pool.ntp.org
1.pool.north-america.pool.ntp.org
2.pool.north-america.pool.ntp.org
3.pool.north-america.pool.ntp.org

See https://www.pool.ntp.org/en/use.html for details.

Make sure you have the 'iburst' attribute on each server line in your configuration file to obtain fast initial synchronization.

73
Bill
G4WJS.





locked Re: #FT8 Meinberg NTP #FT8

Jacques Pecourt
 

Good point Danny. I was thinking about doing that too unless someone comes up with the solution to change the original networks to closer ones.

Thank you/ and 73's   Jacques.



On Tue, 2 Feb 2021 at 15:44, Danny Bush <NF4J@...> wrote:
Jacques,
My Meinbert NTP stopped working completely until I updated it...apparently they just had an update or mine was behind. Either way, as soon as I did the update it rebooted and started working immediately.
 
73,
Danny  NF4J
 
 
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2021 at 2:28 PM
From: "Jacques Pecourt" <jmp426@...>
To: "WSJT" <WSJTX@groups.io>
Subject: [WSJTX] #FT8 Meinberg NTP
I installed and used NTP Meinberg a year ago with great success until something new occurred recently. Basically my setup takes forever to reach the "377" mark . It used to be a couple of minutes in the past, not half 1/2 hour or more now.. I use the "ntpq -p " (Auto-Refresh every 10s) rather than entering. "ntpq -pn".on the command prompt. I have the "Disable other time Services" checked on Win 10 PRo (ver. 9041.746).
Within the documentation I have I cannot find any ways to change the 3 URL designations that came up when I installed the program and wonder if any of them is different from the past. Curiosity led me to search where these physical locations were. Referring to the picture below, they are respectively "Asia Pacific Network Information Center'', 'University of Madison Wisconsin" and "Los Angeles CA.". When I start the display, the top one is always marked with a +.   After a  (long) while, the other ones will connect and eventually the 377 number will appear. The offset will then be within + or - milliseconds.  I wonder if my initial connection is somewhere across the globe when I start, and the huge delay before reaching the 2 other addresses and the expected result. Is there any way I could change this situation and possibly connect to a more local or close network instead of the existing one out of nowhere ?
Thank you for any help.
 
image.png
 
Jacques. W2/F2YS




locked Re: #FT8 Meinberg NTP #FT8

Bill Somerville
 

On 02/02/2021 20:28, Jacques Pecourt wrote:
I installed and used NTP Meinberg a year ago with great success until something new occurred recently. Basically my setup takes forever to reach the "377" mark . It used to be a couple of minutes in the past, not half 1/2 hour or more now.. I use the "ntpq -p " (Auto-Refresh every 10s) rather than entering. "ntpq -pn".on the command prompt. I have the "Disable other time Services" checked on Win 10 PRo (ver. 9041.746).
Within the documentation I have I cannot find any ways to change the 3 URL designations that came up when I installed the program and wonder if any of them is different from the past. Curiosity led me to search where these physical locations were. Referring to the picture below, they are respectively "Asia Pacific Network Information Center'', 'University of Madison Wisconsin" and "Los Angeles CA.". When I start the display, the top one is always marked with a +.   After a  (long) while, the other ones will connect and eventually the 377 number will appear. The offset will then be within + or - milliseconds.  I wonder if my initial connection is somewhere across the globe when I start, and the huge delay before reaching the 2 other addresses and the expected result. Is there any way I could change this situation and possibly connect to a more local or close network instead of the existing one out of nowhere ?
Thank you for any help.
 
image.png

Jacques. W2/F2YS

Hi Jacques,

the Meinberg NTP client installer  suggests you select pool servers from the pool.ntp.org project, using pool servers allows the best performing servers to be rotated every few minutes so you get best synchronization. All you should have to do is select 3 or 4 pool servers from your local pool, something like:

0.pool.north-america.pool.ntp.org
1.pool.north-america.pool.ntp.org
2.pool.north-america.pool.ntp.org
3.pool.north-america.pool.ntp.org

See https://www.pool.ntp.org/en/use.html for details.

Make sure you have the 'iburst' attribute on each server line in your configuration file to obtain fast initial synchronization.

73
Bill
G4WJS.


locked Re: Why Upgrade? #FT8

w5ec
 

The question remains, why should I upgrade?
Bill W5EC


locked Re: Automatic power up of rig #WSJTX_config

Bill Somerville
 

On 02/02/2021 20:38, Bobby Chandler wrote:
Bill, where is the log files directory? Don't find one.

Bobby/N4AU
Hi Bobby,

"Menu->File->Open log directory"

73
Bill
G4WJS.


locked Re: #FT8 Meinberg NTP #FT8

Danny Bush
 

Jacques,
My Meinbert NTP stopped working completely until I updated it...apparently they just had an update or mine was behind. Either way, as soon as I did the update it rebooted and started working immediately.
 
73,
Danny  NF4J

 
 
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2021 at 2:28 PM
From: "Jacques Pecourt" <jmp426@...>
To: "WSJT" <WSJTX@groups.io>
Subject: [WSJTX] #FT8 Meinberg NTP
I installed and used NTP Meinberg a year ago with great success until something new occurred recently. Basically my setup takes forever to reach the "377" mark . It used to be a couple of minutes in the past, not half 1/2 hour or more now.. I use the "ntpq -p " (Auto-Refresh every 10s) rather than entering. "ntpq -pn".on the command prompt. I have the "Disable other time Services" checked on Win 10 PRo (ver. 9041.746).
Within the documentation I have I cannot find any ways to change the 3 URL designations that came up when I installed the program and wonder if any of them is different from the past. Curiosity led me to search where these physical locations were. Referring to the picture below, they are respectively "Asia Pacific Network Information Center'', 'University of Madison Wisconsin" and "Los Angeles CA.". When I start the display, the top one is always marked with a +.   After a  (long) while, the other ones will connect and eventually the 377 number will appear. The offset will then be within + or - milliseconds.  I wonder if my initial connection is somewhere across the globe when I start, and the huge delay before reaching the 2 other addresses and the expected result. Is there any way I could change this situation and possibly connect to a more local or close network instead of the existing one out of nowhere ?
Thank you for any help.
 
image.png
 
Jacques. W2/F2YS


locked Re: Automatic power up of rig #WSJTX_config

Bobby Chandler
 

Bill, where is the log files directory? Don't find one.

Bobby/N4AU


locked #FT8 Meinberg NTP #FT8

Jacques Pecourt
 

I installed and used NTP Meinberg a year ago with great success until something new occurred recently. Basically my setup takes forever to reach the "377" mark . It used to be a couple of minutes in the past, not half 1/2 hour or more now.. I use the "ntpq -p " (Auto-Refresh every 10s) rather than entering. "ntpq -pn".on the command prompt. I have the "Disable other time Services" checked on Win 10 PRo (ver. 9041.746).
Within the documentation I have I cannot find any ways to change the 3 URL designations that came up when I installed the program and wonder if any of them is different from the past. Curiosity led me to search where these physical locations were. Referring to the picture below, they are respectively "Asia Pacific Network Information Center'', 'University of Madison Wisconsin" and "Los Angeles CA.". When I start the display, the top one is always marked with a +.   After a  (long) while, the other ones will connect and eventually the 377 number will appear. The offset will then be within + or - milliseconds.  I wonder if my initial connection is somewhere across the globe when I start, and the huge delay before reaching the 2 other addresses and the expected result. Is there any way I could change this situation and possibly connect to a more local or close network instead of the existing one out of nowhere ?
Thank you for any help.
 
image.png

Jacques. W2/F2YS


locked Re: 646,693 files & 203 GIGAbytes ! #IssueReport

Dave (NK7Z)
 

Hi Kari,

I noticed you said that others are not having this issue, I just checked, and I had 57 GB of .wav files, which are now deleted...

Can someone direct me to the control which turns off, and on, the saving of .wav files? I looked all over and can not seem to locate it.

Running 2.3.0 GA release.

73, and thanks,
Dave (NK7Z)
https://www.nk7z.net
ARRL Volunteer Examiner
ARRL Technical Specialist, RFI
ARRL Asst. Director, NW Division, Technical Resources

On 2/2/21 10:39 AM, Karza wrote:
John,
On 2.2.2021 19.02, JP Tucson, AZ wrote:
I have had "SAVE" set to NONE set for a long time.
So have most of us.


...that AGAIN my C: drive was nearly 2/3 full ! ... found  646,693 files worth over 203 GB of data in the user... wsjtx - "save" directory...  from late Sept. of 2020 till present- INCLUDING the
NEW Version v2.3.0 GA  !!!
I wonder why no-one else has reported this problem...

So apparently, the NONE button under save, does... nothing, just dead.
Only that for everyone else this button (?) seems to do exactly what is advertises.

That was after I FOUND IT!  What I mean is, that the user...wsjtx...save file was set to HIDDEN, but certainly NOT BY ME!
And certainly not by WSJT-X. Why on earth would WSJT-X try to do something like that?
It's an Open Source project. Just try to find a piece of code doing 'change a directory to hidden'  in there.


Anyway, the WSJTX issue here in that since it is set to off, WHY IS IT STILL SAVING it.
Obviously you have some problem with your computer not related to WSJT-X .
May I suggest that while you are trying to find out what's wrong with your computer, you schedule a task to delete unneeded .wav files using Windows Backgound Task facility
https://www.windowscentral.com/how-create-automated-task-using-task-scheduler-windows-10 BR,73, de Kari, oh2gqc


locked USb audio interface PTT for ts-2000 but not only #transmit #WSJTX_config

Daniel Bejan
 

As many others Kenwood TS-2000 users I was trying to find a solution to reduce the number of cables between transceiver and PC. Audio i/O, FTDI for ACC2 PTT, serial for CAT.
If the TS-2000 had the option to select the audio input (front/ACC2) or if the CAT&audio was on USB bus it would be OK, but it's an old rig so this is what we have, Of course, there are of the shelf solution like Signalink or others audio and CAT interfaces, but this are also expensive (for me anyway).
 After a while I came across a site where is presented a theoretical solution used for repeaters: a cheap (under $10) USB audio interface with a "Mic Mute" LED.
Now, I would like ask the WSJT*X savvy's  or developers: how hard would be to implement/add  a "radio button" for "MIC Mute" PTT in the radio PTT section from settings?
If this would be possible, the hardware implementation would be the easiest solution I can imagine. An optocoupler or a small reed relay acting as PTT when the 'Mute" is active.  After all, we don't need the mic input when the transceiver is TX-ing.
The solution wold be a simple one even for older rigs with a little tinkering.

So, Is there a possibility to add a "Mute" button for PTT?
73, YO8BCA


locked Re: Automatic power up of rig #WSJTX_config

Roger
 

On 02/02/2021 18:25, David Ross wrote:
On Thu, Jan 14, 2021 at 06:36 AM, Bill Somerville wrote:


rig to power up
Hi Bill can you please tell me were to enable rig power up in ver 2.3
Many thanks
David Gi4sna
It's in one of the pinned posts in the archive David.

Roger
G#4HZA


locked Colors for Mode in Status Bar #FT4 & #FT4 #FT8

Carlo - IK2RPE
 

I downloaded and installed - smoothly - v.2.3.0 Win 64 bit (from v.2.2.2.)
I found that differently vs. v.2.2.2 the colors in the Status Bar for FT8 and FT4 are  NOW *very similar*.
Is there a way to change them in order that they appear quite different?
Where and how?

Thanks

Carlo  IK2RPE


locked Re: My WSJTX Has Gone Wierd #FT8

Bill Somerville
 

Hi Mike,

thanks for the issue report, those images need some updates, along with the text. We will get that sorted out for the next release.

73
Bill
G4WJS.

On 02/02/2021 18:06, G4RAA via groups.io wrote:

Hi Bill

 

In case you are unaware the user guide for 2.3.0 shows the old Tab 2 still in place. It is shown in section 6.4 and 10.5 (where there are instructions on using Tab 2). Both also appear in the pdf version on pages 27 & 73. It caused some confusion here until I found your email!

 

Maybe I missed it but there doesn’t seem to be anything on the old Tab3/new Tab 2 in the regular user guide, although it is in the DXpedition Mode guide of course.

 

73

 

Mike

G4RAA

 

 

From: Bill Somerville
Sent: 02 February 2021 16:17
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] My WSJTX Has Gone Wierd #FT8

 

Hi Steve,

 

Tab 2 has been removed as it was not well maintained and was the source of many defects and support requests.

 

The Tx5 message has the equivalent functionality as the removed Tab2 Free Text field.

 

73
Bill
G4WJS.

 

On 02/02/2021 15:50, Steve - N3SL wrote:

Why is that? How does one now send "free" txt? 

 

On Tue, Feb 2, 2021, 9:32 AM Gary - AG0N <mcduffie@...> wrote:



> On Feb 2, 2021, at 08:26, Jim Forsyth <jim@...> wrote:
>
> Great! That fixed the top part. Thank you Reino.

The bottom part didn’t need fixing.  The old Tab2 has been removed.

Gary - AG0N



locked Re: Automatic power up of rig #WSJTX_config

Bill Somerville
 

On 02/02/2021 18:25, David Ross wrote:
On Thu, Jan 14, 2021 at 06:36 AM, Bill Somerville wrote:
rig to power up
Hi Bill can you please tell me were to enable rig power up in ver 2.3
Many thanks
David Gi4sna 

Hi David,

put the attached file into you WSJT-X log files directory then restart WSJT-X.

73
Bill
G4WJS.


locked Re: Version 2.3.0 64 bit will not install #install

Bill Somerville
 

Hi Andy,

there will be conflicts if you have something from a repository using apt/aptitude/synaptic installed and then try to install our bare Debian package file. To get the latest v2.3.0 release I recommend removing any other version of WSJT-X and then installing our package using dpkg, or alternatively wait for the repo you were using to be updated, which may not take very long.

73
Bill
G4WJS.

On 02/02/2021 18:27, Andy_501 wrote:

Hi Bill,


I tried downloading the wsjt installer .deb file and having the debi installer install it but always just came back installing only message aggregator alone.

I completely purged older version and reran the same process again and it did the same thing aggregator only. So I purged it all and then just installed the package from the synaptic package manager ; it installed OK and runs but is the older version. Can't seem to get newer versions to install. OS here is ubuntustudio 20.04LTS

which wsjtx =  "/usr/bin/wsjtx"  <--- but this is after reinstalling from synaptic pkg manager.




On 2021-02-02 11:34 a.m., Bill Somerville wrote:
Hi Andy,

that doesn't sound, in any way, similar. Can you explain exactly what went wrong? For example what does this command run from a terminal print:
which wsjtx
73
Bill
G4WJS.

On 02/02/2021 17:32, Andy_501 wrote:

I had similar experience trying to upgrade to latest version. Downloaded .deb file and did install and all it installs is message aggregator no wsjt-x

On 2021-02-02 11:19 a.m., Bill Somerville wrote:
On 02/02/2021 17:16, Herb Blue - WB8ASI wrote:
Found the answer to my problem over on the HamApps Group.  Seems 2.3.0 has a couple new additional fields since 2.2.2.   In Settings>Reporting under the UDP Server setup, the new field "Outgoing interfaces:" was blank.  I changed it to the "loopback" choice, and also had to checkmark the "WSJT-X UDP Multicast on Loopback" Setting in JTAlert.  All is well again. 73, Herb WB8ASI

Hi Herb,

it was not supposed to be possible to have the "Outgoing interfaces" field in "Settings->Reporting" as blank, it was meant to have the local loopback network interface as the default as a minimum. That defect is repaired for the next release, apologies for any confusion.

73
Bill
G4WJS.


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