DVSwitch Builtin on DVPi (DVPi standalone setup) without DVPi manager
DVPi is a client program that communicates with DVSwitch.Please be aware of the licenses that arise when installing and using DVSwitch. Follow the instructions that appear when installing DVSwitch or the instructions on the DVSwitch site. I am not responsible for DVSwitch and the programs contained in DVSwitch, and I am not responsible for the use of DVPi. Please use it only if you agree to this.
If you are using an existing DVSwitch server or DVLink server, you do not need to read this post. Follow the DVSwitch group's instructions on how to install DVSwitch on DVPi. I just make the setup of the installed DVSwitch a little easier.
I will explain how to set up DVSwitch to DVPi in two ways. The first is to use DVPi Manager and the second is to not use DVPi Manager.
This post explains how to edit ini file directly without DVPi manager. If you want to easily configure the DVPi manager, please refer to the previous post.
As of DVPi Version 0.7, a script to easily set up DVSwitch has been included.
The video is linked at the bottom of this article.
1.1 Installed DVPi and You need to know the DVPi's IP address.
Please refer to the previous post.
1.2 ssh terminal program as putty.exe
If you are using Windows I recommend using putty.exe. You can download it from the link below.
If you are using Linux, there is no need to install a separate program
You can connect to pi@dvpi ipaddress from a Linux terminal.
2. Install DVSwitch
2.1 launch an SSH terminal. You can use any SSH terminal. I used putty.
Command #2 - complete
Command #3 - It is completed in about 1 minute
Command #4 (Last)
Command #4 - It is completed in about 1 minute.
2.3 When all settings are done, turn off DVPi.
(using sudo halt)
Click the SD card drive. Among the files you will see setdvs.ini file.
If you have entered the call sign and DMR ID, you can perform DMR communication.
However, if you change to the BM server closest to you, you can use a much more stable DMR. Please replace it with the one closest to your area from the BM List below.
If you make any modifications related to DVSwitch, it will be set automatically by executing ./setdvs.sh after editing setdvs.ini file anytime.
You can easily change the DVSwitch settings at any time by running steps 3 (Edit setdvs.ini) and 4 (execute setdvs.sh) above.
Thanks for reading