VK7HSE-3 APRSD TCP Port Access Update

I have made some small changes to the ports that are available  on my APRS I-Gate. I previously had all ports for this service open for connection, however I have now reduced this to just the essential ports only. They are listed in order below…

1314    ALLOW   Anywhere  (message port)
10151   ALLOW   Anywhere  (full feed with history)
10152   ALLOW   Anywhere  (full feed without history)
14501   ALLOW   Anywhere  (HTTP access)
14579   ALLOW   Anywhere  (direct TNC feed)
14580   ALLOW   Anywhere  (custom feed)

The status of the I-gate can also be viewed at VK7HSE-3

Me TV 0.9.0~beta2

Here are some screen captures of this current beta…

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Me TV 0.9.0~beta1

Further development for Me TV enters release 0.9 The main changes to this release is the removal of libglade in preference to GtkBuilder.

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To grab yourself a copy of this fine application, point your browser to Launchpad and help with out the beta testing.

Ubutnu & Me

So what was it that made me decide to give up using M$ Windows and move to Ubuntu? Well the answer is quite simple, For one to develop beyond simply being a “point & click” person one needs to open (free) ones train of though, in that you have a program that you like, but there isn’t a feature that you want, so normally you would contact the software developer/vendor to request such a feature. Most likely your request goes unanswered due to not enough requests for this, so you end up with software that you like but doesn’t allow you to change or alter it in any way. This for me is a “Limit” that not need be! This is where using FOSS you have the ability to expand and improve beyond the original concept of point & click! So not only do you develop as a person, others benefit too from this as well. So for me Ubuntu is the OS of choice!

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Ubutnu & Me

So what was it that made me decide to give up using M$ Windows and move to Ubuntu? Well the answer is quite simple, For one to develop beyond simply being a “point & click” person one needs to open (free) ones train of though, in that you have a program that you like, but there isn’t a feature that you want, so normally you would contact the software developer/vendor to request such a feature. Most likely your request goes unanswered due to not enough requests for this, so you end up with software that you like but doesn’t allow you to change or alter it in any way. This for me is a “Limit” that not need be! This is where using FOSS you have the ability to expand and improve beyond the original concept of point & click! So not only do you develop as a person, others benefit too from this as well. So for me Ubuntu is the OS of choice!

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