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Thanks! Any help appreciated.
I don't believe so...
the frequency is contained within the kiwi.json file. An adventuresome approach might be to cron a script that swaps that file and then restart the server
Thank you for the reply. Given my lack of linux skills, I'll conclude that this is probably for me at least, a hard "no". :-)
A somewhat related question, given that 22M WSPR transmissions wander around a good bit, is it possible that the WSPR plug in will decode any significantly strong WSPR signal within the passband? (ie, can I adjust the passband out and expect any decodes?)
I'm aware of the limitations of the existing WSPR plugins, but I do get quite a few 10M decodes with it.
If I was sure of the right OS level command to restart the server I'd help you more on this. Perhaps John (jks) will weigh in.
Rather than restarting the server, maybe John can advise on how to perform the "autorun restart" command from the an OS shell