Radio software swaping/traiding

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Post by Dragon Man » 16 Jun 2008, 13:38

yeah ive been working on it for a while.. the servers toast

so i am going to start hosting my http server from this computer, but i am allways mobile with this as it is a laptop so i can only get acsess when i am at home or a wifi spot
ive mannaged to aquire one of our local collage's old... old...... old rack mount server ive had my eye on it for ages and every time i saw the techs i allways bugged them till eventualy they let me have it, but theres some parts missing :/
ive had to order them from japan and its cost quite a bit to get them.. i am afrade compters come first from my wireless communications intrests. i dont think i will get them untill 2 weeks time.. they said it might take untill the 5th of July!! ..wtf??

any way, it will be faster than my old server as it runs 2 mobos back to back its somting like a AMD Duron (dur-on) clocked to around 1.3Ghz lucky i have 2 old AMD XP 3000+ which i know can be locked to around 2.85Ghz as i had it in my old.. old games computer as for ram its got just over 2gig its got a hard drive with it but its only a 120Gb but you can mount quite a lot in it and i have loads of spair drives lying around
when i get it running ive got the huge question to make of what OS i am going to run on it.. i have a copy of Winserv 2003 that came with it.. but i am kinda shifting towards the debian linux side... humm its a hard one

well when i get it running i will put a post here..

in the mean time the http server will still be here but only when i am here really late at night or early in the morning... over night this computers left turned on so theres the best times to connect up. (GMT+0)

total cost :
?13 for the parts
?60 for the shipping
and my wallet empty:/

hehe i think its worth it

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Post by Keyboard » 16 Jun 2008, 14:59

Good luck with the new server. That's WAY more than you need for just a web server but hey - gives you room for expansion! Let us know when it's all up and running.
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Post by 2E0YGG » 17 Jun 2008, 17:33

How large are the files? Is there any way you could send a file to me through msn, or through email as an attachment?

If so please let me know. I'm after programming software for the Icom IC-F3GS

Thanks

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Post by Dragon Man » 18 Jun 2008, 02:07

2E0YGG,
i do not have the rss for this radio, only the tech sheet/user docs

most of the stuff i have on Icoms are just tech sheets and docs :/

sorry to dissapoint you..
like i say i am limmited on what i have got, and that is all mostly Motorola.

i do have some rss for icom radios but not the ic-f3gs/gt/sm :/

try this website...
http://www.ham.dmz.ro/

thast full of really cool stuff :)
Peace, John :wave:

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Post by 2E0YGG » 18 Jun 2008, 07:52

good site but unfortunately not what I'm looking for. thanks anyway

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Post by Dragon Man » 16 Jul 2008, 00:16

the server is up and running, not the new one how ever, i had to sell it dew to... money problems
ive mannaged to pull a old 500 mhz book pc by the name of "Patriot" out of the garden shed(s) as it was in bits. its working fine but a little ... humm w/e.. servers up.

ive got a guy trying to contact me through his Email but it is a Gmail, i dont know why but i can never send Emails to any Gmail accounts.. damn hotmail... just to let you know if your here the RSS what your looking for can be found in the pictures folder here at my server address

http://www.dragonman.darkelement.co.uk

please go there when looking for RSS
Peace, John :wave:

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Post by aliby » 19 Nov 2008, 14:52

CB_Man_John-Riddler,

Check your PM. I've sent you one. Thanks!

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Post by tomsdabest_2008 » 28 Aug 2010, 17:57

Hi any chance i could have a copy of the motorola gm900 rss.

Cheers
Tom

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Post by Scott_93 » 29 Aug 2010, 15:52

Hi, by all means carry on with sharing Motorola software but be aware that especially if you start hosting it on HTTP servers and giving it out Willy nilly the big M gets VERY angry and trust me, their legal department gets court orders and sues like you buy milk and bread. Just be aware of the consequences that's all, I've helped people out with software and things, mostly for older radios but I wont give it out totally willy-nilly or offer it out as I don't fancy giving Mr batwings few grand for it.

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Post by RadioNerdz » 26 Nov 2010, 20:37

Hello

Does anyone have Programming software for the Icom IC-F25, been searching everywhere for a copy. Only found foreign sites, so no use. A copy would be much appreciated.

Thanks
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Post by Dragon Man » 20 Mar 2011, 03:16

ive never had any icom stuff mate.

ALL RSS i had can be found here:

http://www.hampedia.net/motorola/

they do other makes too.

this website has nothing to do with me, i only found it a few days ago. enjoy!
Peace, John :wave:

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Re: Radio software swaping/traiding

Post by darkrecall » 18 Aug 2011, 05:45

Hi,

Am new to all this radio programming but am trying to get gear together to programme some visar radio's both VHF and UHF.

I seem to be able to get the cable OK but the software seems a bit harder. :o

How hard using the software on the net are these to programme?

Seems to require a lot of inside know how....I had been hoping it would almost be plug and play lol. :oops:

Any advice gratefully received....

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Post by RadioNerdz » 30 Dec 2011, 00:06

Icom Software located - If anyone requires CS-F14, I'll be open for swaps.

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Post by RadioNerdz » 30 Dec 2011, 13:07

CS-F14 Download Ver 1.1

http://dc166.4shared.com/download/yJ5sS ... 5-97e13782

Link should download directly, if it doesn't work I'll post another link. :D

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Re: Radio software swaping/traiding

Post by tobie » 22 Jun 2017, 19:09

hello all im looking for the motorola gm 660 sofwere
and gm 1200 if can help my email is tobiedekock35@gmail.com

thanks
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