PE1RRR > JNOS 29.04.21 15:13z 52 Lines 2109 Bytes #95 (0) @ WW
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Subj: Jnos v2.0m.5Gx release notes
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differences between 2.0m.5Gx and 2.0m.5G - April 18, 2021
1) ax25 heard has been 'revamped', new 'heard via digipeater' feature,
so that you can actually see stations not directly heard, I created
this due to my crazy obsession with Robust Packet lately and seeing
all the APRS frames coming in on 30 meters, many via K4KPN-10, nice
to know who else you can QSO with (indirectly), really liking this.
the save/load functionality improved, you can specify save and load
file now, and times are FINALLY accurate on load, this took a lot of
effort, but worth it in the end I think. I have NOT included saving
of the latest digipeater heard list (yet), that will be next time.
WARNING : the heard file from previous versions of JNOS will NOT work
with this version, unless you modify the file, add a second
time stamp to the first line of the file, indicating uptime
of the previous JNOS at the time you saved the heard file.
To be honest ? I hated the introduction of the 'show' subcommand, so
the original 'ax25 h <iface>' is back and will stay that way ...
command help dialogue now taken from a NEW usage/ax25/heard.txt file
(create new /jnos/usage/ax25 directory, copy heard.txt over to it)
there is a sample JNOS script 'reportRPR.nos' if you are interested :]
(it has a problem though, it creates one defunct processes per run, so
you might not want to use it a lot - I need to fix JNOS shell
I have NOT updated j2addendum.txt (yet)
2) The VARA IP Bride code now included, no need to extract the tar file
#define REMOTE_RTS_PTT (an option if you have no VOX control)
Going to try again to write VARA for access mode, because quite honestly
so far it seems to be the only way it's being used, very integrated into
the winlink system as well by the looks of it ...
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