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Old 07-12-2013, 10:49 PM
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Default TwoTone Detect help

I am having trouble somewhere with the program sending emails. Using XP PRO computer and this is in the log:

Succesfully retrieved local tone info
Succesfully retrieved local tone info
Tone1
Tone2
Longtone1
247.0 1327
1000.0 17780
1000.0 17821
1000.0 17822
1000.0 17873
1000.0 17755
1000.0 17858
1000.0 17844
1000.0 17781
1000.0 17827
1000.0 17886
1000.0 17798
1000.0 17748
1000.0 17760
1000.0 17856
1000.0 17872
1000.0 17882
1000.0 17814
1000.0 17801
1000.0 17834
1000.0 17782
1000.0 17769
1000.0 17767
1000.0 17804
1000.0 17839
1000.0 17840
test tone Tone Set Found
Succesfully retrieved local tone info
Tone1
Tone2
Longtone1
delay timer test tone 22:36:41 on 07/12/13
0
delay done test tone 22:36:41 on 07/12/13
waiting for audio test tone 22:36:41 on 07/12/13
threshold value: 512.0
starting record at 22:36:41 on 07/12/131000.0 17801

1000.0 17829
done recording at 22:36:41 on 07/12/13
17829 max level at 22:36:41 on 07/12/13
threshold exceeded
recording audio test tone 22:36:41 on 07/12/13
1000.0 17791
1000.0 17801
1000.0 17746
1000.0 17775
1000.0 17814
1000.0 17864
1000.0 17835
1000.0 17751
516.0 17884
258.0 17892
252.0 17854
1209.0 17768
3000.0 17332
2376.0 10954
2925.0 3567
2979.0 17478
1597.0 17560
317.0 17877
247.0 17925
317.0 17899
1602.0 17582
2973.0 17483
1882.0 3459
2339.0 11332
3000.0 17442
1209.0 17704
252.0 17845
263.0 17999
516.0 17941
2043.0 17472
553.0 13162
935.0 13239
1037.0 13039
2812.0 13399
1279.0 14293
451.0 17461
2376.0 8058
2484.0 6179
3000.0 17489
1441.0 17617
258.0 17826
279.0 17849
387.0 17872
1769.0 17638
2995.0 17514
2925.0 1665
2925.0 1525
Waiting for Silence test tone 22:37:09 on 07/12/13
Done recording test tone 22:37:12 on 07/12/13
done writing WAV test tone 22:37:12 on 07/12/13
done converting to MP3 test tone 22:37:12 on 07/12/13
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<string>", line 430, in mail
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: './audio/test_tone_2013-07-1222_37
_12_531000.mp3'
Email not sent on attempt 1trying again in five seconds for test tone page recei
ved at 22:37:12 on 07/12/13
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<string>", line 430, in mail
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: './audio/test_tone_2013-07-1222_37
_12_531000.mp3'
Email not sent on attempt 2trying again in five seconds for test tone page recei
ved at 22:37:12 on 07/12/13
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<string>", line 430, in mail
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: './audio/test_tone_2013-07-1222_37
_12_531000.mp3'
Email not sent on attempt 3trying again in five seconds for test tone page recei
ved at 22:37:12 on 07/12/13



Any one have any ideas? do you need more info. Please help
Thanks
Dave
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Old 07-12-2013, 11:25 PM
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Waiting for Silence test tone 22:37:09 on 07/12/13
Done recording test tone 22:37:12 on 07/12/13
done writing WAV test tone 22:37:12 on 07/12/13
done converting to MP3 test tone 22:37:12 on 07/12/13
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<string>", line 430, in mail
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: './audio/test_tone_2013-07-1222_37
_12_531000.mp3'
Email not sent on attempt 1trying again in five seconds for test tone page recei
ved at 22:37:12 on 07/12/13
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<string>", line 430, in mail
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: './audio/test_tone_2013-07-1222_37
_12_531000.mp3'
Email not sent on attempt 2trying again in five seconds for test tone page recei
ved at 22:37:12 on 07/12/13
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<string>", line 430, in mail
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: './audio/test_tone_2013-07-1222_37
_12_531000.mp3'
Email not sent on attempt 3trying again in five seconds for test tone page recei
ved at 22:37:12 on 07/12/13
Is your program directory in a location that you have write access to? The desktop is usually a safe place to start testing from. Check in your program directory in the "audio" folder...are there any mp3 files in that folder? Is that folder set up as read only for some reason? This error message is usually due to not having permission to create the audio files in the /audio directory.

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Old 07-15-2013, 12:28 PM
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I am the builder of this pc and I am also set at the only user which is actually ADMIN account. I checked the file properties and the read only box is not checked but it is not empty. It is more like filled in with a square. I click it until it is empty and click apply and then recheck and it is filled in again. Tried checking the box and applying then unchecking. No dice. It is the audio folder that is filled in but I tried deleting that and making a new one with the same name and same results. filled in but not checked. any other ideas?
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Old 07-15-2013, 3:56 PM
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I am the builder of this pc and I am also set at the only user which is actually ADMIN account. I checked the file properties and the read only box is not checked but it is not empty. It is more like filled in with a square. I click it until it is empty and click apply and then recheck and it is filled in again. Tried checking the box and applying then unchecking. No dice. It is the audio folder that is filled in but I tried deleting that and making a new one with the same name and same results. filled in but not checked. any other ideas?
Is the program creating the mp3 files in that folder, or is it empty? Have you tried running from a folder on the desktop? Avoid putting it in program files...Windows 7 does some crazy things with write-protecting things in there and putting the data elsewhere when you try to write to a directory in program files.

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Old 07-15-2013, 5:56 PM
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Did I mention XP Pro? It does create a MP3 but then seems to delete it. Is it supposed to store that on a long term basis? It ends up empty eventually.
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Old 07-15-2013, 6:08 PM
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Here is what I have for settings.....
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Old 07-15-2013, 6:20 PM
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Sending the pdf this time.
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Old 07-15-2013, 6:32 PM
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I just found this. The file it is trying to send is missing because it is creating a .wav file instead of MP3. I also notice that the files that it makes and the one it is trying to send are not the same name or format. Now what? Tried uninstall and reinstalling. Tried an older version too.
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I just found this. The file it is trying to send is missing because it is creating a .wav file instead of MP3. I also notice that the files that it makes and the one it is trying to send are not the same name or format. Now what? Tried uninstall and reinstalling. Tried an older version too.
Do you have ffmpeg.exe in the program directory (not ffmpeg.zip)?

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Old 07-15-2013, 10:19 PM
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I double checked that it was the .exe file and it is. What about all the other files that part of the ffmpeg extraction? Do they need to go somewhere too? Attached is another picture of the screenshot of the file names being different. I also took the space out of the tone name just to see if that was it. It was not.
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Version 56 works. .....Hmm, so does VER 60 without ffmpeg. Just sends as WAV file which works on the Iphone. I used the version that was in the instructions. VER 61 also sends as a WAV but at least works with out ffmpeg. Hope this helps troubleshoot the problem.

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Something is wrong with ffmpeg download because first time I tried VER 56, it worked but said ffmpeg not found, sending as a wav file and it sent no problem. I put ffmpeg in the ver 56 folder and I get similar errors running VER 56 as I did on Ver 60 and VER 61.
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Default TwoToneDetect on a Raspberry Pi

Hey,

I'm setting up TwoToneDetect on a Raspberry Pi, and so far things are moving along rather well. I know enough Linux to be dangerous, which is to say, not much.

What is the Linux equivalent of DOS's autoexec.bat file? I want the Pi to automatically load the TwoToneDetect application when it boots up, in the event that it shuts down due to power failure or whatever.

Also wondering if there's a tool to keep track of its IP address for remote SSH logins. I also run several amateur radio IRLP stations, and their software allows me to type in the station name, and have the IP address magically resolved.

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Hey,

I'm setting up TwoToneDetect on a Raspberry Pi, and so far things are moving along rather well. I know enough Linux to be dangerous, which is to say, not much.

What is the Linux equivalent of DOS's autoexec.bat file? I want the Pi to automatically load the TwoToneDetect application when it boots up, in the event that it shuts down due to power failure or whatever.

Also wondering if there's a tool to keep track of its IP address for remote SSH logins. I also run several amateur radio IRLP stations, and their software allows me to type in the station name, and have the IP address magically resolved.

cheers
Warren VE3FYN
Warren,

I took the liberty of posting some instructions in the TTD on a Raspberry Pi thread to keep all the Pi stuff together as much as possible.

TwoToneDetect on a Raspberry Pi - How To

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Hi,

I'm having issues setting up TwoToneDetect on a Raspberry Pi. The LevelMeter.pyc app won't pickup any audio from the sound card. It generates a lot of error messages when it runs, but I don't know which ones are meaningful and which aren't When I run pavucontrol it picks up the audio, and the LevelMeter app does see the sound card as a device. It's a cheap driverless USB sound card. This form doesn't seem to want me to copy my errormessages, so you can find it at:

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Hi,

I'm having issues setting up TwoToneDetect on a Raspberry Pi. The LevelMeter.pyc app won't pickup any audio from the sound card. It generates a lot of error messages when it runs, but I don't know which ones are meaningful and which aren't When I run pavucontrol it picks up the audio, and the LevelMeter app does see the sound card as a device. It's a cheap driverless USB sound card. This form doesn't seem to want me to copy my errormessages, so you can find it at:

Atikokan Amateur Radio Club - Downloads

Thanks in advance.

Warren, VE3FYN
Atikokan Fire & Rescue

Warren,

The long list of ALSA lib messages is normal. Try going into pavucontrol to the configuration tab and set the ALSA output to OFF. I don't know why but that seems to work for me.

Jim
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Default Problem sending email.

I am having trouble getting the program to send the email. First it said ffmeg wasn't found, once I unzipped that it had the same thing as when you click "read me" under ffmeg, but failed to send the email. I'm not sure what the problem is and I have been working with it for a good 4hrs. Can anyone help?
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Open the file log.txt in the twotonedetect folder. Scroll down through it to see ifyou can find any error messages to steer your troubleshooting. Post some of those error messages here and it will make giving aid much easier.

Check the Audio folder (subdirectory of TTD). Are .wav files making it there?

Take a look here also: New TwoToneDetect in the works - Python based
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I have ben running an older version of TTD for a long time and am now setting up a new computer with the latest TTD. Is there an easier way to convert all my tones and addresses from my old "tones.txt" file to the new "tones.cfg"? Manually typing it will take a long time. Thanks, Ed.

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I have ben running an older version of TTD for a long time and am now setting up a new computer with the latest TTD. Is there an easier way to convert all my tones and addresses from my old "tones.txt" file to the new "tones.cfg"? Manually typing it will take a long time. Thanks, Ed.
Oh wow, you are using a really old version. Unfortunately there's no conversion tool from the old format to the new format.

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