Would this be of any usage? I was reading through this thread again trying to find why my tsbks kept stopping (I have solved it, I think, changed to a more powerful power supply) and I saw that you were looking for a VLC library for Python.If anyone has a python module that streams vlc, I'd be happy to integrate it into op25.
I don't recall the exact chronology of my prior request, but I got liquidsoap working pretty well with minimal changes needed in op25.
You'll have to provide a little more detail for what's going on. Lets start with the log file (stderr.2) and a description of the symptoms.I been fighting with this for couple weeks on/off. Everytime I change my trunk.tsv file the program stops working.
I guess I need to find OP25 for idiots before trying anymore. I just can't get the frequency to change to my CC frequency. Unitrunker seems to work fine but I wanted a compact setup for mobile use with 1 rtl-sdr.
Planning on trying it, but first I've got to find somewhere with the 4GB model in stockAnyone try this yet with the new Pi 4? Looks like it would be beneficial as more memory (if have the 4 gig version) Am going to dig through here one of these days to set up a 3b+ as I still want to revive an old Bearcat III scanner with one. Only problem is I will need an audio amp to drive the speaker in the case...
Yeah I noticed a lot of places they r out of stock. That and from what I have seen there is some bugs with the os and the usb-c power. Will probably wait until the next revision that is coming out that fixes these issues. I just need to work on getting this going on the 3b+ that I have. Going to take some searching thru the thread to get it going.Planning on trying it, but first I've got to find somewhere with the 4GB model in stock
There are issues with connections to the 2838U based RTL dongles. I'm using a NooElec Nano 3 and I've managed to start the application (OP25 / TrunkRecorder) once with this. It works ok with the HackRF One, but RTL dongles are mostly miss right now. This is due to hardware quirk within the Raspberry Pi 4. There is a working fix for that that has been merged into the Raspberry Pi kernel. Buy now, sure, but you might have to wait for this to actually work.Planning on trying it, but first I've got to find somewhere with the 4GB model in stock
Cell phone blocks by good companies (samsung, apple, etc). Ive also got an Aniker multiport block that Ive run off of before, worked great.for the people that use the raspberry pi 3b+ as a mobile p25 scanner , what are you using for Power? I am thinking of using a pi for a "desktop" scanner 99% of the time but also as a "mobile" from time to time . How long will I realisticly get from say a 10,000maH usb battery pack?
I just finished installing op25 on a Raspberry Pi 4-4GB. Self-Cooling Aluminum Alloy Case. OS is Raspian Buster, with two NooElec NESDR Smart v4 Premium RTL-SDRs w/Aluminum Enclosures plugged into two of the 2.0 USB ports. I'm running two instances of op25 (monitoring 2-P25 phase 1 & 2 systems) using the 'rtl=0' / 'rtl=1' and -u 23456 / -u 23460 command-line options. The CPU is about 17% and temperature 47 centigrade. Found no USB or audio (output to headphone jack) problems or hurdles other than the normal set up issues.Anyone try this yet with the new Pi 4? Looks like it would be beneficial as more memory......
These are the rx.py command lines as per "boatbod" for multiple op25 instances. how to Run op25 multiple timesYour configuration of the dual instances of op25 indicate you're sending audio to two separate UDP ports but we have no idea if they are
going to the loopback network interface or to external network device. Post your rx.py command lines. Now what have you setup to receive the UDP audio streams, netcat, audio.py? Explain your configuration. Post script(s).