Hamvoip.org (Redirected with some edits)

Contents:
  1. The Hamvoip Pages
  2. Introduction
  3. Hamvoip Essencials
  4. Software Setup and Configuration - (Howtos)
  5. Hardware
  6. Videos
  7. References - External Links
  8. User Tech Notes and Interesting Sites

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Related Pages:
  1. AllstarLink
  2. AllStarLink DTMF Function List
  • Radio Interface Modules for AllStarLink:
    1. Repeater Builders's RB-RIM Lite
    2. ARA's AllStarLink FOB
    3. DMK-Engineering's URIxB
    4. Master Communications RA Series of RIMS

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    The Hamvoip Pages

    The Hamvoip Pages:
    1. Hamvoip Essentials
    2. Software Setup and Configuration - (Howtos)
    3. Hardware
    4. Videos
    5. References - External Links
    6. User Tech Notes and Interesting Sites


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    Introduction

    This is a reorganisation of the "Hamviop.org" site. I found the navigation and some of the link descriptions confusing. The links imitate those of the Hamvoip.org site. Some links may become broken over time. They are all working as of February 2019.

    The unadulterated Hamviop site is here https://www.hamvoip.org/. It is the original source.

    The subtle obfuscation of Allstarlink is evident in the Hamvoip pages. I have attempted to make the obfuscation less evident by using direct links to AllStarlink.org

    From what I have observed the Hamvoip team has undoubtedly contributed significantly to the development of the AllStar package and do offer effective support, however, From what I have read I do have concerns as to there true commitment to open source. Unless HamViop have a "change of heart" it does not bode well for the future of AllStarLink. I would not like to countenance the commercialisation of AllStarLink in any respect.

    Further discussion on this topic can be found on Reddit:
    https://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/9ka5zs/a_history_lesson_on_allstarlink_and_hamvoip/
    and, https://disenfran45.writeas.com/welcome-to-the-allstarlink-hamvoip-gpl-tracker

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    Hamvoip Essencials

    1. AllStarlink Home and Registeration page - (https://www.allstarlink.org/)
    2. LATEST NEWS - (hamvoip.org/#latest)
    3. History - (hamvoip.org/#history)
    4. Image Info - (hamvoip.org/#image)
    5. Download - (hamvoip.org/#download)
    6. Booting - (hamvoip.org/#booting)
    7. Setup - (hamvoip.org/#firsttime)
    8. Timezone - (hamvoip.org/#timezone)
    9. Backup - (hamvoip.org/#backup)
    10. Firewall - (hamvoip.org/#notes)
    11. Notes - (hamvoip.org/#notes)
    12. Comments - (hamvoip.org/#comments)
    13. Forum:
      1. (lists.hamvoip.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/arm-allstar)
      2. (https://hamvoip.org/scripts/hamvoip-search.php)
    14. Credits - (hamvoip.org/#credits)
    15. Links - (hamvoip.org/#links)
    16. Technotes - (hamvoip.org/#technotes)
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    Software Setup and Configuration - (Howtos)

    1. Customizing the ADMIN menu - V1.5+ RPi 2/3
    2. Using Distinctive Courtesy Tones - V1.5+ RPi 2/3
    3. Using the txctcss enable bit - V1.5+ RPi 2/3
    4. How-to use the 'gpio' command on the RPi2/3
    5. How-to implement the BBB watchdog timer (ONLY BBB VERSIONS <1.2!!) - beaglebone.cameon.net/home/watchdog-timer
    6. Adding a white or blacklist for problem nodes
    7. Programming Motorola Radios on a hamvoip installation
    8. How to channel steer a BCD control capable radio using Allstar
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    Hardware

    1. How to gracefully shutdown your RPi with a simple power or car ignition switch
    2. How to Build an Allstar Portable Node
    3. A really Simple USB sound FOB modification
    4. How-to build an inexpensive node transceiver using the SA818 module (Includes a simple repeater)
    5. Adding GPIO to the BBB or RPi2/3 using USB
    6. Adding a simple USB LCD display to the BBB, RPi2/3 (or any computer)
    7. Making a "Radio-less" Node"
    8. Adding a halt button to the RPi2/3 in Allstar
    9. Radio Interfacing and Modifications
      1. Modifying the Baofeng UV-82 for Allstar
      2. Modifying and using the Baofeng 888 as an Allstar Node transceiver (Addendum to W0FCM article)
      3. Modifying the Yaesu DR1 repeater for use with Allstar
      4. Interfacing to the Motorola Spectra for use with Allstar
    10. Scripts and Other Information
      1. Script for downloading and playing ARRL or ARN news in Allstar
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    Videos

    1. Video - How to program a Motorola Radio using your Raspberry Pi
    2. Youtube video on how to use USB GPIO on the BBB


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    1. Worldwide Connection Map - (allstarmap.org/allstarmap.html)
    2. This page is deprecated:- Allsarlink.org main site - (http://allstarlink.org)
    3. Use this one:- Registering - ( https://web-tpa.allstarlink.org)
    4. Archlinux Beginners Guide - (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/beginners%27_guide)
    5. Systemd Users Guide - (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/systemd)
    6. BeagleBone Black WIKI - (http://www.elinux.org/Beagleboard:BeagleBoneBlack)
    7. BeagleBone Black Accessories - (http://elinux.org/Beagleboard:BeagleBone_Black_Accessories)
    8. PDF on BeagleBone Black Reference Manual - (http://www.adafruit.com/datasheets/BBB_SRM.pdf)
    9. Linux ate my RAM - (http://www.linuxatemyram.com/)
    10. DMK URI USB interface - (http://dmkeng.com/)
    11. USB Allstar Adapters - (http://arsrepeaters.com/USB_AllStar_Adapters.php)
    12. Mac SD card utility - http://www.tweaking4all.com/hardware/raspberry-pi/macosx-apple-pi-baker/
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    User Tech Notes and Interesting Sites

    1. Passing DTMF to an RC210 controller - (http://chrishoodblog.com/pass-dtmf-through-allstar-to-rc-210-repeater-controller)
    2. KH2FI Allstar Notes - (http://kh2fi.net/)
    3. https://w0nqx.blogspot.com/search?q=k5tra
    4. https://w0nqx.blogspot.com/search?q=allstar
    5. Connection tips for various radios from the IRLP site - (http://www.irlp.net/pnp-radio-pinouts.html)
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    Glenn Lyons VK4PK
    glenn@LyonsComputer.com.au
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