arcs

Amateur Radio Chat Server with a modern interface
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parent 18829b91130b66016ec8558d0c609546a6183826
Author: Josh Moore <jxm5210@g.rit.edu>
Date:   Fri, 20 Dec 2019 02:08:15 -0500

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -12,13 +12,13 @@ ARCS requires python3 and tkinter. tkinter comes with python3, but maybe you nee You also need a serial KISS TNC, and I highly recommend [Direwolf](https://github.com/wb2osz/direwolf). You also need a transceiver (and an amateur radio license!). -1. Clone this repository. +1. Clone/download this repository. 2. Set MYCALL in `arcs.py` to your own callsign. -3. Set HOST to the callsign of the ARCS server. +3. Set HOST to the callsign of the ARCS server, or leave it as default to connect to my server. 4. If you are running your own server, modify the server config section of `arcs.py` to match your setup. 5. Connect your radio to your computer, and set it to frequency 144.39 (national APRS frequency). 6. Run `direwolf -p`, making note of the path to the serial KISS TNC. -7. Start ARCS with `python3 arcs.py <serial/tnc/path> 9600 [options ...]` (If you are running your own server, include the `-server` flag in the options field) +7. Start ARCS with `python3 arcs.py <serial/tnc/path> 115200 [options ...]` (If you are running your own server, include the `-server` flag in the options field) 8. Send some messages! ### Commands