Re: Digimaster PRO, Fldigi and Yaesu FT-897
- Good news and bad news - bad news first.
I decided to try Windows again. I saw that in addition to Ham Radio Deluxe I also had fldigi for Windows.
So I tried it. No work!
Just probably settings, I thought.
So I try HRD (Ham Radio Deluxe) - also no work - but it used to work.
HRD starts working.
Reboot into Ubuntu Linux.
NOW Fldigi and I mean Flrig both work!
I have no idea why except for my standard explaination of the impossible: When it reset, something forced it extra hard to completely reset as it was not completely latching before.
Thanks gentlemen for the help.
One great little program for CLI console is tlf. As probably all of you know command line programs in the CONSOLE (press Alt plus Control plus F1) and you reveal the console.
For those who have blind friends you might tell them about www.vinuxproject.org We are trying to make a highly accessible Desktop for Vinux with speaking console and ORCA in X Windows Graphic User Interface.
--- In email@example.com, Ed <autek@...> wrote:
> On 10/04/2011 04:57 PM, David J. Ring, Jr. wrote:
> > Hello Ed and others:
> > I installed flrig from source no problem except I had to install a
> > -dev file to be able to compile. That's expected. Compiled
> > flawlessly.
> > I run flrig from CLI.
> > It doesn't work, but I ran the program with the debug switch and here
> > is the messages from the starting of flrig.
> Not much here I can help with. Sorry.
> > Puzzling because it runs in Windows.
> > In my FT-897D in menu mode #019 CAT rate is set to 38400 bps menu
> > mode #020 CAT/LIN/TUNER is set to CAT.
> > I'm going to try again in Windows. Or maybe I'll try MixW under
> > Wine.
> > David N1EA
> Looking at the website I see it is primarily aimed at Windows users,
> there is no mention of Linux anywhere.
> Also the use of virtual comports may or may not work in Linux.
> MixW may work with Wine, unless its written in VB, then you are out of luck.
> Ed W3NR
- On 10/04/2011 06:32 PM, David J. Ring, Jr. wrote:
> Good news and bad news - bad news first.Glad to hear you are up and running.
> I decided to try Windows again. I saw that in addition to Ham Radio
> Deluxe I also had fldigi for Windows.
> So I tried it. No work!
> Just probably settings, I thought.
> So I try HRD (Ham Radio Deluxe) - also no work - but it used to
> Reboot, Windows.
> HRD starts working. Fldigi works.
> Reboot into Ubuntu Linux.
> NOW Fldigi and I mean Flrig both work!