In this period of plenty of time, with the help of my nephew, I wrote down a very rough little script to read the snr and rssi values from the D.C. 03 tuner, I hope it helps in pointing the antenna (LNB)
The script, which I called signal.sh, can be loaded onto the D.C. knowing that if you turn off the receiver the file will be deleted. Better to put it on the secondary SD.
Copy the file from the forum ( next post), open an ssh session ( I use Putty in windows OS ) to your D.C, you need to know the IP address, authenticate and type an ls command, just to see what’s in the directory.
Type vi signal.sh and send.
paste the file, reread well that everything is correct,
then :wq ( you have saved and you have exited the vi program.)
give file permissions with chmod 711 signal.sh
Now ls -l , again to see if the file is correctly saved and got the permissions
Type ./signal.sh IP
IP is 127.0.0.1 if you are running from D.C. but can be the IP of the receiver, you use in browser ,if you put this script in a different machine ( with LINUX) on the same net.
The option ./signal.sh 127.0.0.1 s ( the letter sierra, soul, S) slow the program a little bit and you can quit with “q” otherwise
use control C to end the program. ( I told was rough).
Hope everything work, now in the terminal the 2 numbers run down.
I will put some photos to explain how to change the size of the text with Putty but you can find your way if use a different terminal.
For all the folks linux addicted I beg your pardon.