[App_rpt-users] change function stanza

Jeff Carrier k0jsc.jeff at gmail.com
Sun Nov 18 21:30:37 EST 2012

Thank you all for your suggestions!

I mostly used a combination of all your input to come up with a solution
along with some script examples from Kyle K0KN.

Thank you!

73 de K0JSC

On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 8:26 AM, Robert Poff <wb3awj at comcast.net> wrote:

> **
> How about calling an external script that just writes over the sound files?
> I keep a ulaw file which contains 250ms of silence on each repeater for
> that purpose. For example, my weather script creates ulaw files that are
> used as squelch tail files. If there aren't any weather events, the script
> copies the silence files to the tail files. When there's an event, it uses
> Cepstral to create the tail file. That way the tail files still play but no
> one notices it.
> You could have your external script copy the effects files somewhere. Copy
> the silence file into each of their places. Then when you return from the
> net, copy the originals back into place.
> Like this :
> On start : cp foo.ul ./Archive/foo.ul
>                   cp bar.ul ./Archive/bar.ul
>                   cp silence.ul foo.ul
>                   cp silence.ul bar.ul
> On return cp ./Archive/foo.ul foo.ul
>                   cp ./Archive/bar.ul bar.ul
> You get the idea.
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> On Sat, 2012-11-17 at 19:51 -0700, Jeff Carrier wrote:
> is there a way to switch the function stanza with a dtmf command?  Here's
> my issue.  I have some prerecorded audio clips that can be called via dtmf
> commands.  They're goofy things like canned laughs and applause clips.  I
> use the "playback" versus the "localplay" so the files will play on my 4
> nodes that are permanently connected.
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