[App_rpt-users] please please help

Shane Morris edgecomberts at gmail.com
Fri Nov 9 01:18:38 EST 2012

Hi Eric,

Yeah, I wasn't trying to be smart or anything, only guide Rich in the
best possible way. I've been playing with it all for years, and *I'M*
still learning =) I particularly enjoyed helping to get app_rpt
working on the RaspberryPi (which reminds me, I have to email Ramesh
and Jim) and I learned alot, and will continue to learn.

Theres some really great people on this list, and I feel honoured to
be a part of their number. Of course, thank you for accepting my inane
questions too...! =D

If we ever get off our learners permit, I guess that when they stop
bringing out new ideas - loving AllMon! Good work guys! The other
thing is, this is a volunteer effort, and together we stand, divided
we fall. I know what I'd prefer. I'm probably re-iterating old ideas,
but its important to focus on why something exists sometimes.

I'm moving onto getting app_rpt working on a Cubieboard soon, when I
pay indiegogo for two (one for my friend Carmel for her Christmas
present), and then chan_voter. I want to get AllMon running too, I
think it would be invaluable for testing and general operation of the
network. If I can vote in my workshop, I'll be a happy man...! I'll
keep the URI on the RaspberryPi, no need to hose that work, and in
time, I'll provide my disk image for the community - I even hope to
provide it back to the RPi community at large.

Of course, if I'm saying anything here that doesn't sound right, pull
me up, explain to me why it is so. But I reckon, if I can get a URI
working on RPi then I can get a Cubieboard to run a vote director. If
I can get it all running by October next year is the challenge...! =P

Thanks for your kind words Eric, its nice to know that I've helped in
some small way.


On Fri, Nov 9, 2012 at 4:55 PM, Eric Guth <eric at efratnetworks.com> wrote:
> Shane - thanks for your response to Rich.  I spoke to him over the air and
> gave him the list when I realized that I too am still on an Allstar
> learner's permit.
> Regards,
> Eric. 4Z5UG
> Eric Guth
> Tel: 077-950-9451
> USA: 1-720-377-3840
> On Nov 9, 2012, at 6:15 AM, "Shane Morris" <edgecomberts at gmail.com> wrote:
> Your best bet would be to do some reading. there's plenty of Howtos out
> there that explain basic tasks. Linux, as you may have guessed, isn't
> Windows.
> I know this sounds like I'm trying to fob you away, but your best tool is to
> READ then DO. If you are committed to running a node, and you don't hose it
> at least once, seriously, you're not trying hard enough :)
> I can be a bit pedantic because I've been playing with Linux and Solaris
> since 1999, but I assure you, I started where you are too, and patience and
> perseverance always wins out. Before that I trained on System 6 and MSDOS.
> And I've been playing with computers - especially obsolete ones - since I
> was 8 (in 1992). You always know you've learned too much when you can fix a
> 20 year old computer with bubble gum and prayer :)
> So, for you: Google "Linux System Administration Howto." Read it, then come
> back to us. Good luck and best wishes in your journey! I hope to hear you on
> the airwaves soon!
> On 09/11/2012 3:05 PM, <kingshadow1 at cox.net> wrote:
>> Please help me , I have been trying to load Centos for days. I don't know
>> anything about lynix, when I type in the root password it shows no evidence
>> of my typing. I don't know how to work this download.I have acid install
>> instructions, but they do not help. Do I type in the password and hit enter
>> ? I don't know what to do.I am trying to put together an allstar node. I
>> have the usb  fob, I have the radio, I have a computer, I have a node number
>> and I d number,    and  the instructions I'm getting are not helping and
>> nobody has been able to answer my questions. I was given this place by a
>> friend who said the best people are here. I would really like to have an
>> allstar node. I need someone to take me by the hand and lead me thru this
>> thing.I will appreaciate anything someone can do to help me. Rick   K F 7 T
>> B T
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