[OZAPRS] Direwolf, Pi-OS et al

Andrew Errington erringtona at gmail.com
Thu Jul 9 09:40:08 AEST 2020

If you are doing it from the command line look at 'screen'. It allows you
to start a process, detach the terminal (and logout) then re-attach the
terminal to the process when you login again.

If Direwolf is running as a startup process then you might only be able to
view its log output. Use "tail -f" to get a live dump of the log as it is



On Thu, Jul 9, 2020, 11:14 Norm McMillan <vk3xci at gmail.com> wrote:

> OK,
> so this is probably a little off topic. You are warned. I'm not a Linux
> Noob, but neither am I an Adept.
> I have an experimental Rx iGate running on a now headless Pi 3B+ with the
> latest updated version of Raspberry Pi OS Lite. Real Linux, no GUI.
> I have rtl-fm piped through direwolf and off to aprs-is as vk3xci-15
> I want to ssh in from a windows machine using PuTTY. This I can manage no
> probs. However, comma
> Putty puts me into a new session... how do I get into the currently
> running session or otherwise see the output from Direwolf.?
> norm vk3xci
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