djk at tobit.co.uk
Fri Sep 27 00:39:48 BST 2002
You are probably trying to connect as your alias and you already are
connected as that at home.
You cannot have a node call exactly the same as a user call (hence the
-1), similarly you cannot connect twice to the same node with exctly the
same callsign (so you could connect remotely as -2, for instance).
Currently the software will consider you as a completely different (and
new) person. This may change to a limited extent, but it is unlikely
that the basic restriction will be lifted.
BTW if you login remotely and there is no password set, then you will
always come in as an ordinary (not sysop) user. In order to use any
sysop privileges that you may give yourself (when you are at home) on
the (say) -2 ssid, you must also give yourself a password.
On Thu, 26 Sep 2002 19:14:54 -0400"Radioman"
<radioman at frpd.org> wrote:
> Thanks For the replys, any ideas about me getting booted
> from the cluster when i use the -1 in back of my call..
> Besides that i have no prolems..
> BTW what is the longest uptime with the windoz version.
> im now on 8 days.. just that alone with windoz is enought
> to wonder what ive done.
> Tony - N1LDY
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "charlie carroll" <k1xx at ptcnh.net>
> To: <dxspider-support at dxcluster.org>
> Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2002 7:01 PM
> Subject: Re: [Dxspider-support] Users
> > Tony:
> > Take Larry's suggestion of sh/log and add connected...
> > sh/log connected
> > 73 charlie, k1xx
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