[nos-bbs] Help with getting minimal JNOS configuration working

Chris Maness christopher.maness at gmail.com
Sun May 7 18:37:10 EDT 2023

Are you running JNOS with elevated privileges?

Chris KQ6UP

On Sun, May 7, 2023 at 11:11 AM David Lolling <dave.lolling at gmail.com>

> Hello,
> I am a long time Ham and long time Linux/Unix user but just started
> playing with AX25/Aprs.  I have two small test packet stations setup
> consisting of a Raspberry Pi connected to a Baofeng UV-5R through a DigiRig
> interface.  Both systems have the AX25 stack installed as well as
> Direwolf.  I set up the test environment so I can learn about packet radio
> and eventually set up a BBS in our area as we currently do not have any
> packet services in our area.
> I have JNOS version 2.0.o.2 installed on one of the Raspberry Pi's and it
> seems to be working OK. I am using the minimal autoexec.nos and am having
> problems getting the RF port up and running.
> When I start up JNOS using the command ./jnos -d /jnos I get the following
> errors:
> Can't lock /dev//tmp/kisstnc (/var/lock/LCK../tmkisstnc): No such file or
> directory
> Interface "vhf" unknown
> input line: ifconfig vhf description "vhf - 1200 baud port"
> Interface "vhf" unknown
> input line: param vhf 2 256
> Interface "vhf" unknown
> input line: param vhf 3 1
> Interface "vhf" unknown
> input line: param vhf 5 1
> Interface "vhf" unknown
> input line: param vhf TxDelay 25
> Interface "vhf" unknown
> I started Direwolf before starting JNOS and Direwolf reports the following:
> Virtual KISS TNC is available on /dev/pts/2
> Ready to accept AGW client application 0 on port 8000 ...
> Ready to accept KISS TCP client application 0 on port 8001 ...
> Created symlink /tmp/kisstnc -> /dev/pts/2
> I am assuming I just have something misconfigured?
> From past experiments, I have axports, ax25d.conf, ax25-node configured so
> I can connect to this node.  At the moment, I don't have any of that
> running, just Direwolf and JNOS running.
> Can anyone point me in the right direction to get JNOS configured so I can
> connect using the RF port? Do I need to make any other configuration
> changes? Are there other commands I need to run and in what sequence?
> Any help would be appreciated.
> 73 - Dave
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