Re: [linuxham] Fldigi Version 0.921 beta posted
If you compile the program from the main directory as:
you will get a Debug version of the program in the Debug directory directly under the main one.
you will get a Release version in the Release directory.
Create a Debug version and then run from with the gnu debugger
that should give you a little more info on where the fault occurs for you. The Olivia modem code is a direct borrow from gmfsk and is originally written by the inventor of Olivia.
Report your findings back direct to me at
so the Yahoo group isn't cluttered up with debug droppings HI.
Glad that you like the program so far.
It was nice to QSO with you this evening.
73's Dave, W1HKJ
- --- In email@example.com, "David Freese" <w1hkj@...> wrote:
> You will notice the waterfall and spectrum displays are limited toI got fldigi compiled successfully on Mandrake 10.1 using your clear
> 3000 Hz display bandwidth. I was displaying 4096 Hz the full FFT data
> buffer before. Most transceivers do not have greater than 3000 Hz BW
> in SSB or data modes ergo the change. Please let me know if you think
> it needs to be wider.
instructions and FLTK 1.1.7 with threading enabled. I'll be testing it
on Mandriva 2006 later on tonight after I get home. I don't have Tx
here at work, but do have audio working fine.
I did notice one anomaly with the DominoEX 8 setting several times in
that it came up with really low tones (sub 500 Hz), and wouldn't shift
the tones as the receive area was moved on the waterfall to match.
After a few restarts it started working again. The other DominoEX
modes were OK. I'll have to see how repeatable it is.
I am also getting the Olivia crash. The Release executable crashes with:
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::bad_alloc'
I did compile the Debug version, but the Debug version runs Olivia
fine. No crashes. Also, nothing special about any gdb output at all.
Not sure if that helps at all.
I would also vote to widen the upper end of the waterfall to 3.3, or
make it variable somehow. 3.3 seems to be about the max any radio will
Tx anyway, so it's likely a good compromise.
I hope to have more later on if I can manage to get some time later at
Rick Kunath, k9ao