Monitor Only System

Is it possible to install AllStarLink on a PC, have it connect to other nodes and listen or monitor only?

I have been told that the audio quality of AllStarLink far surpasses that of Echolink and IRLP and would like to hear it for myself. I think it would also be an aid in learning.

Thanks & 73!

That is all true. However if by PC you mean Windows, the answer is no because AllStar only runs on Linux.

If windows could asl be run as a gm, especially as a listen only node.

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On Jan 25, 2020, at 10:19 AM, Tim Sawyer via AllStarLink Discussion Groups noreply@community.allstarlink.org wrote:

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    January 25

That is all true. However if by PC you mean Windows, the answer is no because AllStar only runs on Linux.


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Is it possible to install AllStarLink on a PC, have it connect to other nodes and listen or monitor only?

I have been told that the audio quality of AllStarLink far surpasses that of Echolink and IRLP and would like to hear it for myself. I think it would also be an aid in learning.

Thanks & 73!


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No, I was referring to a Linux PC as opposed to a Raspberry Pi. Is it possible to listen to the various nodes using the Linux build? If so, is there a HOWTO available on how accomplish this? Thanks!

Yes, you would build a AllStar node, either radio or radio less. Then you can connect to any node with *2xxxx (monitor mode) to listen only.

Unless of course you are not a ham, then no there is no listen only other than what you might find on radio reference/broadcastify.

You could also connect up to the telephone portal to any node. Although, it will be telephone sound quality.

Building a “monitor only” system would be the same as building a regular node but the only interface you would need is a compatible USB sound fob and a speaker. You’d have to control it either via command line or or the various web based clients, i.e. allmon.

Thanks Steve! I’m sure I’ll figure it out.