[pskmail] Re: [pskmail] Re: Install of Pskmail Server on Ubuntu - Fldigi issue

  • From: Rein Couperus <rein@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 01 Jul 2009 12:35:33 +0200

Russell, looks like you have the Time Zone set to a wrong value in Linux....

Rein PA0R

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: "Russell Blair" <russell_blair86@xxxxxxxxx>
> Gesendet: 25.06.09 15:57:51
> An: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Betreff: [pskmail] Re: Install of Pskmail Server on Ubuntu - Fldigi issue


> 
> Well I have been talking about this for the past few weeks, How both the 
> UBUNTU 9.04 and fldigi 3.11 is working, So it looks like I need to drop back 
> to fldigi 3.10 to fix the AFC, and UBUNTU 8.04, for the time problem ands it 
> gets to slowing down and that not all the time, it is slowing the biso clock 
> and at times it will converted to GMT time from local time. But for me to get 
> the time set back I have to reboot and go into the bios and set its clock. I 
> did some checking with the CPU performance data, while the system is running 
> good and the time is right it CPU is at about 60% to 75% and that with a dual 
> CPU core with both shairing the load, now as soon as the clock starts to slow 
> down the CPU uage dropes off to 15 to 20%. 
> 
> Per, your patch arg.pm what does it do to get around the problum.
> 
> Russell NC5O
> 
> 
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> called the PRESENT!
> 
> 
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> 
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> 
> --- On Thu, 6/25/09, Per Crusefalk <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
> > From: Per Crusefalk <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Subject: [pskmail] Re: Install of Pskmail Server on Ubuntu - Fldigi issue
> > To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Date: Thursday, June 25, 2009, 7:39 AM
> > Hi John,
> > 
> > I guess the date issues should not affect you as your os is
> > in english
> > (?). I believe the swedish day name caused my problem, it
> > was Lördag =
> > Saturday. 
> > 
> > I know Rein said earlier he could imagine a move to java
> > for the server
> > as well. But, I don't really see that in the near future
> > anyway. Its a
> > big job that would take considerable time.
> > 
> > I don't know what versions of fldigi after 3.10 that could
> > work, I only
> > know the latest doesn't. Well, I could disable afc on the
> > latest and
> > that might almost work.
> > 
> > Regarding code maintaining I cant say that I do, I host the
> > subversion
> > repository where development takes place and we are several
> > that submit
> > patches into that. Would it be better if you submitted that
> > to
> > subversion right away? I can send you a login tonight if
> > you like. Or, I
> > can certainly commit it for you if you send it to me.
> > 
> > Thanks and 73 de Per
> > 
> > tor 2009-06-25 klockan 22:20 +1000 skrev John Douyere:
> > > Hi Per,
> > > 
> > > Thanks for the reply. I must have missed something
> > then on version
> > > 9.04. I will try again in a virtual machine then, but
> > maybe not strait
> > > away due to the date issues you mentioned.
> > > 
> > > Is there any plan for moving the server to java as
> > well, thereby
> > > making it available under "the other" operating
> > system?
> > > 
> > > Also, is 3.10 the latest Fldigi version we can use
> > which does not
> > > exhibit that wandering issue?
> > > 
> > > Another question too: I understand you maintain the
> > code for the
> > > server. When we are happy with Ian's patch for
> > uploading files, can we
> > > send you the patch and you can integrate it in the
> > code. It is a stand
> > > alone section so it should not be a big job at all.
> > > 
> > > 73's,
> > > 
> > > John
> > > 
> > > On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 6:35 PM, Per Crusefalk <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > > wrote:
> > >         Hi John,
> > >         
> > >         I installed 9.04
> > with the latest server this weekend. I had no
> > >         trouble
> > >         at all with the
> > install of the server, the libinstall and
> > >         install
> > >         scripts were
> > both fine for me. I installed the latest fldigi
> > >         but
> > >         realized it was
> > bad and reverted to 3.10. The problem was that
> > >         the afc
> > >         was unlimited,
> > it started wandering about without limits (as
> > >         others
> > >         stated earlier).
> > Also I had 50-60% cpu when using the best
> > >         interpolator
> > >         (on a 2 GHz P4)
> > and it was way less than that on 3.10.
> > >         
> > >         The server gave
> > me some problems. It seems that the date
> > >         command in
> > >         ubuntu 9.04 now
> > reports dates using local day names etc. That
> > >         caused
> > >         several regexps
> > to fail and I had to patch arq.pm to get
> > >         around it. I
> > >         believe we have
> > to remove all raw usage of 'date -u' from the
> > >         code and
> > >         use perls own
> > date and time handling to be future proof. I
> > >         have
> > >         submitted the
> > first patch there (I'll post more when
> > >         subversion is
> > >         updated (hint
> > ;-)).
> > >         
> > >         73 de Per,
> > sm0rwo
> > >         
> > >         
> > >         
> > >         tor 2009-06-25
> > klockan 00:09 -0700 skrev John Douyere:
> > >         
> > >         > Following
> > my other post regarding the re-installation of the
> > >         server I
> > >         > noticed
> > that (only) the latest version of Fldigi (3.115)
> > >         requires the
> > >         > GLIBC_2.8
> > library, which is not available on Ubuntu 8.04
> > >         (Hardy). Is
> > >         > there a way
> > to resolve this apart from re-compiling with an
> > >         older
> > >         > library?
> > >         >
> > >         > 73's, John
> > >         >
> > >         > On Wed, Jun
> > 24, 2009 at 7:50 PM, John Douyere
> > >         <vk2eta@xxxxxxxxx>
> > >         > wrote:
> > >         > 
> >        Just passing on my
> > experience to save other people's
> > >         time:
> > >         >
> > >         > 
> >        1. I originally installed
> > the Mandriva Live CD from
> > >         the
> > >         > 
> >        Pskmail site and upgraded
> > the Perl modules and other
> > >         libraries
> > >         > 
> >        to allow the running of the
> > newer servers. This
> > >         worked fine
> > >         > 
> >        for many months until a disk
> > failure.
> > >         >
> > >         > 
> >        The image backup done under
> > Puppy Linux live CD
> > >         could not be
> > >         > 
> >        restored (reminder: I will
> > test my backups next
> > >         time).
> > >         >
> > >         > 
> >        2. I downloaded and
> > installed the latest Ubuntu
> > >         version 9.04
> > >         > 
> >        and used the Ubuntu 8.04
> > installation method from
> > >         the Pskmail
> > >         > 
> >        site. The Perl modules would
> > not install properly
> > >         > 
> >        (Net::SMTP::TLS and others).
> > I tried the manual
> > >         install
> > >         > 
> >        procedure of these module as
> > in the Ubuntu 7.04 wiki
> > >         > 
> >        instructions: failure as
> > well.
> > >         >
> > >         > 
> >        3. I then downloaded and
> > installed version 8.04 of
> > >         Ubuntu and
> > >         > 
> >        followed the wiki
> > instructions: it worked first
> > >         time.
> > >         >
> > >         > 
> >        So if I had to do it again I
> > would go strait to the
> > >         version
> > >         > 
> >        8.04 of Ubuntu (Hardy). I
> > would have saved a lot of
> > >         time.
> > >         > 
> >        Since this is an LTS (Long
> > Term Support) release,
> > >         support will
> > >         > 
> >        be continued until April
> > 2011.
> > >         >
> > >         > 
> >        Note that others have
> > reported successes in
> > >         installing
> > servers
> > >         > 
> >        on Fedora 10 too but I
> > haven't tried myself.
> > >         >
> > >         > 
> >        73's, John.
> > >         >
> > >         >
> > >         
> > >         
> > >         
> > > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
> 
> 
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