RasLink Still Under Development?

There have been a Few people asking me if I’m still working on RasLink. The answer is yes. I’m trying to figure out an upgrade path from Debian stretch to something newer.

If you download RasLink today, you will probably notice that part of system-update doesn’t work properly. This doesn’t prevent your node from functioning. This just means that some of the repositories RasLink relies on have been shutdown.

If you have any concerns, please use the Contact Form.

JL Applied Technologies Downtime

This website will be down for a few days, starting today, while I move the server to a new location.

Services that will be affected:

  • Downloading RasLink
  • Posting to the RasLink group
  • Updating profile information for members
  • Adding and removing accounts
  • Accessing the private file share (Members with SFTP access only)

Services that will not be affected:

  • Updating existing RasLink images
  • Registering to PTTLink
  • Email support for RasLink

I will get the site back up as soon as the new ISP installs service at the new location. If you need support for RasLink, Send Me An Email.
I apologize for the Inconvenience.

Jeremy Lincicome
Site Owner

RasLink Moves To The PTTLink Network

ThePTTLink network is hosted by the development team that maintained the AllStarLink software and servers.
PTTLink was started because of changes made by the AllStarLink board of directors that the development team did not approve of. See this Reddit Page for more information.
Your AllStarLink account and node numbers will work on PTTLink.
They have been ported for you.
If you are an existing RasLink user, you don’t have to do anything special to convert to PTTLink. Just run system-update like normal.
A new image is available.
for more information, and to download the image, visit The RasLink Page.

JL Applied Technologies