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Revision as of 18:12, 23 June 2008

  1. Authors and Contributors
  • Installation under the Linux operating system
  1. Linux Installation
    1. Introduction
    2. Preparation
    3. Installing the software
    4. Setting callsigns etc
    5. The client program
    6. Starting up for the first time
  2. Linux quick installation guide
  3. Running more than one instance of DXSpider
  4. Setting up the AX25 Utilities
    1. Getting started
    2. The kernel
    3. Installing the RPM's
    4. Configuration
    5. axports
    6. nrports
    7. nrbroadcast
    8. ax25d.conf
    9. node.conf
    10. Getting it all running
  5. Configuration
    1. Allowing AX25 connects from users
    2. Setting up telnet connects (from 1.47 onwards)
    3. Allowing telnet connects from users (before version 1.47 or for special purposes)
    4. Setting up for AGW Engine (1.47 onwards)
    5. Setting up node connects
    6. Connection scripts
    7. Starting the connection
    8. Telnet echo
    9. Autostarting the cluster

Installation under Microsoft Windows

  1. Microsoft Windows Installation
    1. Introduction
    2. The requirements
    3. The system
    4. Perl
    5. Additional packages
    6. Getting spider
  2. Installing the software
    1. Incoming telnets
    2. The AGW packet engine
    3. Setting up the initial user files
    4. Connecting to other clusters

General Information (Not platform specific)

  1. The crontab file