Re: [linuxham] Re: Linux Newbie
- Quoting from the message of Wed, 02 Jan 2008 19:03:28 +0000 from Stelios
Bounanos <lham@...> :
> Attachment 1: ,text/htmlThanks for that Stelios - problem solved.
> >>>>> On Wed, 2 Jan 2008 18:38:40 -0000, M5AAV
> >>>>> <graham@...> was rumoured to have said:
> > Fldigi is now running but as yet not hooked up to the rig[s] as I'm too
> > lazy/tired to grovel under the bench. However running it and listening
> > to the output tones through the laptop speakers RTTY sounds 'clean' but
> > on both PSK and MFSK, while the tones are there, there is also a
> > 'ticking' which seems to be at about 3 per second.
> Try selecting your sound card's preferred sample rate in the sound tab
> of fldigi's configuration dialog. This value is probably 48000 Hz,
> possibly 44100 Hz. The next version of fldigi will have a menu item to
> use the hardware's native sample rate, whatever it may be, but for now
> you will have to select it manually...
73 Graham M5AAV
- ve4tg wrote:
> Greetings, I'm a newbie as well and have just installed Ubuntu 7.10. IWhen you open the settings tab, you will see a tab for "Repositories"
> tried following the procedure you cited below but could only find the
> libhamlib-utils package. Also under settings I could not locate any
> items to check off. Perhaps I'm using a different version?
> Doug VE4TG
>> Gary, here is a basic how-to, if you are not sure of a step, stop and
>> Open Synaptic then open Settings. Make sure all entries are checked
>> EXCEPT the Cd Rom entries. Back on the main window of synaptic click
>> on the reload button. Install the following,
click on it and then you will be able to follow the above suggestion and
install the needed items. You will also need to install libstdc++5. You
can find all of these using the search feature.
>> libhamlib2Ed W3NR
>> Go to places >>home folder >> file and create a new folder and name it
>> Open the web browser and go here
>> and double click on the binary, it will open a window asking what you
>> want to do with the file. Tell it you want to open using file roller.
>> In file roller tell it to extract the binary and browse to the fldigi
>> folder and extract it there. If all went well you have installed
>> Now open a terminal window amd enter cd /fldigi then issue the
>> following ./fldigi (thats DOT/fldigi)
>> fldigi should open and be ready for use. If not, copy any error
>> messages and post them to the list.
>> Once you have fldigi running go back to the web site and read the help
>> files. That should walk you through the setup.
>> Ed W3NR
>> To make a desktop icon, right click in an open area of the desktop and
>> select create launcher. Follow the steps and make sure that it points
>> to the fldigi folder and the fldigi executable (blue diamond icon).
>> Click on the no icon button and select an icon of your choice.