This is my first post - I already tried searching for my subject, but can’t find any matches.
I’m successfully running two different nodes (541820 and 541821) on a single Raspberry Pi 3B+. Works fine.
I recently added a SHARI Pi3U https://hamprojects.info/shari/, which also works fine, and is associated with the first node.
Prior to the SHARI, I used a repeater-builder RIM-Lite: http://www.repeater-builder.com/products/usb-rim-lite.html to connect to an old base station I had, which I no longer use.
However, what I’d really like to do is add a second SHARI unit (this time on VHF), using the remaining two USB ports on the Raspberry Pi. Both SHARI’s won’t fit there at the same time (the existing SHARI is too thick), but I could use USB extension cables to make it work. My big question is:
How do I “disassociate” the old USB RIM-lite that I had previously plugged into port 3? I understand that the Pi is not good at discovering two USB devices, and once you plug something it, you always have to remember which port it was in, or it won’t work.