[chirp_users] Is repeaterbook import broken?

Nolan Darilek nolan at thewordnerd.info
Tue Mar 27 15:42:14 PDT 2018


OK, I see the problem. I'm attempting to package Chirp as a flatpak,
which is a sandboxed packaging format by default, and I neglected to
give it network access. Fixing that, plus a couple other granted
permissions, has me making a bit of progress.


Now I see a list of repeaters. How do I indicate to which channel I want
each assigned? There's a To column, but there's also a From column, so
I'm not immediately sure if those values refer to channels or something
else.


Thanks.




On 03/27/2018 04:58 PM, John Wilkerson wrote:
> Just tried it.... works fine here.  I even tried the county you tried.
>
> On 3/27/2018 17:51, Nolan Darilek wrote:
>> Was entering the 40+ Travis County, TX repeaters by hand from
>> repeaterbook, and happened to discover that Chirp supports import.
>> Unfortunately, when I use the political region import feature, select
>> Texas, Travis County, 2M band, I get a bunch of channels with no data
>> and the frequency set to 0.00. Am I doing this incorrectly or is the
>> feature no longer working?
>>
>>
>> Thanks.
>>
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