[App_rpt-users] DIAL

Steve Zingman szingman at msgstor.com
Sun Nov 8 09:09:33 EST 2015


Great,
Seems to be a lot of HP thin clients in use.

Steve

On 11/08/2015 09:05 AM, 41.2 Jim wrote:
> moved my Allstarlink node from a full size Dell desktop to an HP5740E 
> Thin Client 4g flash drive & 2g memory so in short went from 130 watts 
> of power A/C to running on the same P/S as the repeater @12v 20 watts 
> power and running flawlessly for 3 weeks
>
>
>         Jim Frederick KF6QBW
>    444.825+ PL100.0 Hz. Repeater
>         WINsystem Affiliate # 93
>           EchoLink Node 828611
>            AllStar Node # 28839
>              YSF Node # 11113
>   Transmit to Live & Live to Transmit
>
> On Sun, Nov 8, 2015 at 5:52 AM, Steve Zingman <szingman at msgstor.com 
> <mailto:szingman at msgstor.com>> wrote:
>
>     Jim,
>     Good to hear everything is going well. What hardware are you
>     running on?
>
>     73, Steve N4IRS
>
>
>     On 11/08/2015 04:47 AM, 41.2 Jim wrote:
>>     FYI:
>>         I've installed the new DIAL, Debian version software,
>>     upgrading from the ACID install for Allstarlink and I could not
>>     be any happier.... I found the install so much easier to install
>>     and could say it "holds your hand" all the way through, and any
>>     mistakes can easily be restarted again with a simple
>>     command,(portal, network ect..) . At least I found it a lot more
>>     simple than the ACID install.
>>        It has been rock solid since the install, about 3 weeks now,
>>     and is faster in every way, the reboot is only a 10 seconds until
>>     you are back to the log in, as my ACID install would hang at the
>>     "sendmail" part of the re-load.
>>          I am a Windows guy and I know almost nothing about Linux,
>>     this new software was "Cake" to install
>>
>>     I have now started to help friends to upgrade to the new DIAL
>>     software, as I said it's very easy change. Thought you all should
>>     know
>>
>>     Thanks to all that was involved in this new software
>>
>>                Jim Frederick KF6QBW
>>
>>
>>
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