[App_rpt-users] Source Code WA3DSP

(KP4TR)Ramon Gonzalez kp4tr.ramon at gmail.com
Sat Jul 22 23:13:22 EDT 2017

One of the things I love about open source code is that I can try to 
compile and build it for other platforms.

I currently run app-rpt/Asterisk on a Google Compute cloud platform as a 
hub. Previously I ran it on Amazon AWS. Both are virtualized cloud 
services. If it weren't because I have access to the source code, I 
could not build/install in those environments.

As for the HamVOIP "code", it is useless for me because I have no source 
code. I can only run it on a Raspbery Pi image they provide. Just like 
IRLP, you are locked in to a specific platform. And I like building my 
own custom images.

Back to compiling for the ASUS Tinkerboard...


On 7/12/2017 11:02 PM, Skyler F wrote:
> Hmm, maybe if Doug just released what he claims to hate about IRLP ....
> http://kd0whb.duckdns.org/doug_crompton.wav
> As far as the last time I requested when I could grab the source code 
> a few weeks ago, I was only responded with "I don't have a time-line 
> on the release".
> Source
> http://www.qsotoday.com/podcasts/wa3dsp
> Time: 36:30
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