[App_rpt-users] Scheduler / COP
mike at midnighteng.com
mike at midnighteng.com
Wed Mar 23 09:26:04 EDT 2016
I would echo Buddy's comments
I would suggest tackling these one at a time.
Some, while not impossible, not worth the time to do.
Start with making a shell script of the function you want to do.
Then assign it to a command in the system.
>From there you can call it from a macro/scheduler
or directly as just a command.
> Somebody maybe knows a better way to do this, but I would (and have) used cron plus
> simple shell scripts to do this. While a lot of these things can be done without
> reloading a new rpt.conf, some can't. You can, for instance, have two available
> hang times, but the idrecording and courtesy tones are defined once. So your script
> would alternate between two rpt.conf files, renaming each to rptconf and reloading.
> I sort of have to get ready to go somewhere, and it'll take some time to fully
> detail what I've done for this, but this evening if someone else hasn't and you
> need step by step instructions, I'll work those up for you.
> Vy 73,
> Buddy Brannan, KB5ELV - Erie, PA
> Phone: 814-860-3194
> Mobile: 814-431-0962
> Email: buddy at brannan.name
>> On Mar 22, 2016, at 10:18 PM, Kevin Babich <kevin.babich at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am endeavoring to create a schedule which performs the following functions:
>> 1. Change courtesy tone
>> 2. Send 2-Tone Sequence (2x)
>> 3. Shorten hang time
>> 4. Change recorded voice announcement
>> 5. Change ID to Morse
>> I would like to call this either manually by DTMF or via Schedulerâ¦ has anyone
>> successfully done this? This is a pretty standard feature in most modern
>> repeater controllers, however, since the configuration file needs to be changed
>> in order to accomplish the same, I am uncertain how to make this happenâ¦
>> Thoughts anyone??
>> Kindest Regards,
>> Kevin Babich | N9IAA
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