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  • Bob Nielsen
    Try hamlib-utils , not hamlib-utls . 73, Bob N7XY
    Message 1 of 20 , Dec 2, 2009
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      Try 'hamlib-utils', not 'hamlib-utls'.

      73, Bob N7XY

      On Dec 2, 2009, at 8:21 AM, Warren Stritter wrote:

      >
      >
      >
      >
      > On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 7:18 AM, Ed <autek@...> wrote:
      >
      > On Sun, 22 Nov 2009 22:17:44 -0500
      >
      >
      > Warren Stritter <wb4ahd@...> wrote:
      >
      > > OK everything is working now including the wireless connection!
      > > When I run fldigi and go to hamilb to setup my rig, Paragon 585 does
      > > not show like it does with 3.12.5 on my xp machine. Is there a
      > > different hamlib in each system? I would like to help to get hamlib
      > > working with my Paragon but it looks like it will be better to work
      > > with linux instead of xp. Tnks for all the help so far. It's been
      > > great. Warren WB4AHD
      >
      > Open a terminal enter this ::
      >
      > rigctl --list
      >
      > It should list the Paragon ::
      >
      > 1609 Ten-Tec TT-585 Paragon 0.1 Alpha
      >
      > Ed W3NR
      >
      > I have been to my daughter's home for thanksgiving and did not have
      > much computer time.
      > When I enter the command I get this
      > warren@warren-mini9laptop:~$ rigctl --list
      > The program 'rigctl' is currently not installed. You can install
      > it by typing:
      > sudo apt-get install libhamlib-utils
      > rigctl: command not found
      > warren@warren-mini9laptop:~$
      > Then I get
      > warren@warren-mini9laptop:~$ sudo apt-get install libhamlib-utls
      > [sudo] password for warren:
      > Reading package lists... Done
      > Building dependency tree
      > Reading state information... Done
      > E: Couldn't find package libhamlib-utls
      > When I first installed fldigi, I had downloaded the tgz file from
      > your web site. I thought the latest version of hamib would be
      > included. Can I install the latest version of hamlib?
      > Tnx Ed for all your trouble. I really appreciate it.
      > Warren WB4AHD
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    • Warren Stritter
      ... Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done The following packages were automatically installed and are no
      Message 2 of 20 , Dec 2, 2009
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        On Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 11:35 AM, Bob Nielsen <n7xy@...> wrote:
        Try 'hamlib-utils', not 'hamlib-utls'.

        73, Bob N7XY

        On Dec 2, 2009, at 8:21 AM, Warren Stritter wrote:

        >
        >
        >
        >
        > On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 7:18 AM, Ed <autek@...> wrote:
        >
        > On Sun, 22 Nov 2009 22:17:44 -0500
        >
        >
        > Warren Stritter <wb4ahd@...> wrote:
        >
        > > OK everything is working now including the wireless connection!
        > > When I run fldigi and go to hamilb to setup my rig, Paragon 585 does
        > > not show like it does with 3.12.5 on my xp machine. Is there a
        > > different hamlib in each system? I would like to help to get hamlib
        > > working with my Paragon but it looks like it will be better to work
        > > with linux instead of xp. Tnks for all the help so far. It's been
        > > great. Warren WB4AHD
        >
        > Open a terminal enter this ::
        >
        > rigctl --list
        >
        > It should list the Paragon ::
        >
        > 1609  Ten-Tec TT-585 Paragon 0.1 Alpha
        >
        > Ed W3NR
        >
        > I have been to my daughter's home for thanksgiving and did not have
        > much computer time.
        >  When I enter the command I get this
        > warren@warren-mini9laptop:~$ rigctl --list
        > The program 'rigctl' is currently not installed.  You can install
        > it by typing:
        > sudo apt-get install libhamlib-utils
        > rigctl: command not found
        > warren@warren-mini9laptop:~$
        > Then I get
        > warren@warren-mini9laptop:~$ sudo apt-get install libhamlib-utls
        > [sudo] password for warren:
        > Reading package lists... Done
        > Building dependency tree
        > Reading state information... Done
        > E: Couldn't find package libhamlib-utls
        > When I first installed fldigi, I had downloaded the tgz file from
        > your web site. I thought the latest version of hamib would be
        > included. Can I install the latest version of hamlib?
        > Tnx Ed for all your trouble. I really appreciate it.
        > Warren WB4AHD
        >
        >
        >
        >
        OK. Did it right and got this:
        Reading package lists... Done
        Building dependency tree      
        Reading state information... Done
        The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:
          extra-xdg-menus
        Use 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them.
        The following NEW packages will be installed:
          libhamlib-utils
        0 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 7 not upgraded.
        Need to get 0B/129kB of archives.
        After this operation, 397kB of additional disk space will be used.
        Selecting previously deselected package libhamlib-utils.
        (Reading database ... 139925 files and directories currently installed.)
        Unpacking libhamlib-utils (from .../libhamlib-utils_1.2.9-1ubuntu1_i386.deb) ...
        Processing triggers for man-db ...
        Setting up libhamlib-utils (1.2.9-1ubuntu1) ...
        When I did rigctl --list, there was  9 for Ten -Tec rigs but none were for the Paragon 585.
        Warren WB4AHD


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      • Ed
        On Wed, 2 Dec 2009 16:01:39 -0500 ... Well, its listed as shown below:: 1609 Ten-Tec TT-585 Paragon 0.1 Alpha I m using 1.2.10 for hamlib.
        Message 3 of 20 , Dec 2, 2009
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          On Wed, 2 Dec 2009 16:01:39 -0500
          Warren Stritter <wb4ahd@...> wrote:


          > > OK. Did it right and got this:
          > >
          > Reading package lists... Done
          > Building dependency tree
          > Reading state information... Done
          > The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer
          > required:
          > extra-xdg-menus
          > Use 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them.
          > The following NEW packages will be installed:
          > libhamlib-utils
          > 0 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 7 not upgraded.
          > Need to get 0B/129kB of archives.
          > After this operation, 397kB of additional disk space will be used.
          > Selecting previously deselected package libhamlib-utils.
          > (Reading database ... 139925 files and directories currently
          > installed.) Unpacking libhamlib-utils
          > (from .../libhamlib-utils_1.2.9-1ubuntu1_i386.deb) ...
          > Processing triggers for man-db ...
          > Setting up libhamlib-utils (1.2.9-1ubuntu1) ...
          > When I did rigctl --list, there was 9 for Ten -Tec rigs but none
          > were for the Paragon 585.
          > Warren WB4AHD


          Well, its listed as shown below::


          1609 Ten-Tec TT-585 Paragon 0.1 Alpha

          I'm using 1.2.10 for hamlib. Ubuntu uses 1.2.9, but that shouldn't
          matter. A newer version of hamlib usauly is bug fixes and adding new
          rigs.

          This is the general area where I found it ::

          2601 Video4Linux SW/FM radio 0.2 Beta
          2201 TAPR DSP-10 0.2 Alpha
          1801 Kachina 505DSP 0.3 Alpha
          1609 Ten-Tec TT-585 Paragon 0.1 Alpha
          505 AOR AR3030 0.4 Untested
          361 Icom IC-7200 0.5 Untested


          Ed W3NR
        • Nate Bargmann
          ... In this case it matters. The TT-585 Paragon was added to tentec.c on April 22, 2009, well after 1.2.9 was released so what is there is included in 1.2.10.
          Message 4 of 20 , Dec 2, 2009
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            * Ed <autek@...> [2009 Dec 02 15:44 -0600]:
            > Well, its listed as shown below::
            >
            >
            > 1609 Ten-Tec TT-585 Paragon 0.1 Alpha
            >
            > I'm using 1.2.10 for hamlib. Ubuntu uses 1.2.9, but that shouldn't
            > matter. A newer version of hamlib usauly is bug fixes and adding new
            > rigs.

            In this case it matters. The TT-585 Paragon was added to tentec.c on
            April 22, 2009, well after 1.2.9 was released so what is there is
            included in 1.2.10. However, what is there is only a skeleton of
            backend functions that do nothing except return the -RIG_ENIMPL error
            value. The Paragon backend is in need of a lot of development to be
            useful at all.

            You can check
            http://hamlib.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/hamlib/trunk/tentec/paragon.c?view=log
            to see if any new code has been checked in and thus needs testing via
            the daily SVN snapshot:

            http://n0nb.users.sourceforge.net/

            Sorry that the Paragon has yet to receive any love in Hamlib.

            73, de Nate >>

            --

            "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all
            possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true."

            Ham radio, Linux, bikes, and more: http://n0nb.us/index.html
          • Warren Stritter
            ... The man files are very specific but you have to know how to do it and use the man file to figure out the details. I Down loaded the hamlib 1.2.10 solurce
            Message 5 of 20 , Dec 11, 2009
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              On Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 6:10 PM, Nate Bargmann <n0nb@...> wrote:
               

              * Ed <autek@...> [2009 Dec 02 15:44 -0600]:


              > Well, its listed as shown below::
              >
              >
              > 1609 Ten-Tec TT-585 Paragon 0.1 Alpha
              >
              > I'm using 1.2.10 for hamlib. Ubuntu uses 1.2.9, but that shouldn't
              > matter. A newer version of hamlib usauly is bug fixes and adding new
              > rigs.

              In this case it matters. The TT-585 Paragon was added to tentec.c on
              April 22, 2009, well after 1.2.9 was released so what is there is
              included in 1.2.10. However, what is there is only a skeleton of
              backend functions that do nothing except return the -RIG_ENIMPL error
              value. The Paragon backend is in need of a lot of development to be
              useful at all.

              You can check
              http://hamlib.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/hamlib/trunk/tentec/paragon.c?view=log
              to see if any new code has been checked in and thus needs testing via
              the daily SVN snapshot:

              http://n0nb.users.sourceforge.net/

              Sorry that the Paragon has yet to receive any love in Hamlib.

              73, de Nate >>

              --
              I have looked for documentation on how to download, and install programs. I have found some stuff that is rather gneric and some that is explicit but nothing that describes in general how to do it.
                  The man files are very specific but you have to know how to do it and use the man file to figure out  the details.
              I Down loaded the hamlib 1.2.10 solurce files and found some instructions on how to install it. Here are the steps I took:
              1. I unzipped the files by double clipping the tar ball.
              2. In terminal I got to the directory that had the source.
              3. I entered ./configure.
              3. make.
              4. sudo make load
              Everything seemed to work ok and did a search for  hamlib and found it in local/bin.
              I executed rigcTL -l and it apparently found the old hamlib, because the Paragon was not in there and fldigi did not have the paragon in it's list either.What am I doing wrong and where can I find a document of some sort to figure out what to do?
              I have programmed in fortran, assembly language, and visual c++, but that was many years ago. I'm retired now and maybe to old to do this any more.
              Warren WB4AHD
              "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all
              possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true."

              Ham radio, Linux, bikes, and more: http://n0nb.us/index.html

            • Ed
              On Fri, 11 Dec 2009 13:23:01 -0500 ... Try..... sudo make install You may have to go back and uninstall the old version of hamlib first. I do this as a matter
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                On Fri, 11 Dec 2009 13:23:01 -0500
                Warren Stritter <wb4ahd@...> wrote:


                > I Down loaded the hamlib 1.2.10 solurce files and found some
                > instructions on how to install it. Here are the steps I took:
                > 1. I unzipped the files by double clipping the tar ball.
                > 2. In terminal I got to the directory that had the source.
                > 3. I entered ./configure.
                > 3. make.
                > 4. sudo make load

                Try..... sudo make install

                You may have to go back and uninstall the old version of hamlib first.
                I do this as a matter of routine no matter the application I'm working
                with. May not be the "correct" way, but it works for me.

                > Everything seemed to work ok and did a search for hamlib and found
                > it in local/bin.
                > I executed rigcTL -l and it apparently found the old hamlib, because
                > the Paragon was not in there and fldigi did not have the paragon in
                > it's list either.What am I doing wrong and where can I find a
                > document of some sort to figure out what to do?
                > I have programmed in fortran, assembly language, and visual c++, but
                > that was many years ago. I'm retired now and maybe to old to do this
                > any more. Warren WB4AHD

                I just Googled "compiling from source" there were 6,790,000 articles on
                how-to.

                Normally you will have

                ./configure

                make

                sudo make install

                Usually in the top level of the application is a readme and/or an
                install file where the author should have defined any special configure
                switches or instructions.

                Ed W3NR
              • Nate Bargmann
                ... As this is the first time you ve likely installed Hamlib from source, you will need to run `sudo ldconfig so that the dynamic loader ld.so can find your
                Message 7 of 20 , Dec 11, 2009
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                  * Warren Stritter <wb4ahd@...> [2009 Dec 11 12:26 -0600]:

                  > > I have looked for documentation on how to download, and install programs. I
                  > > have found some stuff that is rather gneric and some that is explicit but
                  > > nothing that describes in general how to do it.
                  > >
                  > The man files are very specific but you have to know how to do it and
                  > use the man file to figure out the details.
                  > I Down loaded the hamlib 1.2.10 solurce files and found some instructions on
                  > how to install it. Here are the steps I took:
                  > 1. I unzipped the files by double clipping the tar ball.
                  > 2. In terminal I got to the directory that had the source.
                  > 3. I entered ./configure.
                  > 3. make.
                  > 4. sudo make load
                  > Everything seemed to work ok and did a search for hamlib and found it in
                  > local/bin.
                  > I executed rigcTL -l and it apparently found the old hamlib, because the
                  > Paragon was not in there and fldigi did not have the paragon in it's list
                  > either.What am I doing wrong and where can I find a document of some sort to
                  > figure out what to do?

                  As this is the first time you've likely installed Hamlib from source,
                  you will need to run `sudo ldconfig' so that the dynamic loader ld.so
                  can find your newly installed Hamlib. You can also take a look at
                  /etc/ld.so.conf to be certain that /usr/local/lib is in that file on a
                  line by itself.

                  > I have programmed in fortran, assembly language, and visual c++, but that
                  > was many years ago. I'm retired now and maybe to old to do this any more.

                  It's a libc issue. Normally when you install software packages from
                  the Ubuntu repositories the scripts included with the packages handle
                  running ldconfig for you so you never really see it. When installing
                  from source we have to be sure to do that step so the system can find
                  the new library files.

                  Now, it may be wise to remove the old version of Hamlib installed
                  through your package manager unless you have other software installed
                  that would be removed due to the dependency on Hamlib. The two should
                  coexist but be aware that a potential for conflict does exist.

                  73, de Nate >>

                  --

                  "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all
                  possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true."

                  Ham radio, Linux, bikes, and more: http://n0nb.us/index.html
                • Warren Stritter
                  I hope everyone has had a merry christmas! I finally got 1.2.10 loaded. With some desperate tries I was able to try the new version on fldigi but got a rig
                  Message 8 of 20 , Dec 28, 2009
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                    I hope everyone has had a merry christmas!
                    I finally got 1.2.10 loaded. With some desperate tries I was able to try the new version on fldigi but got a rig does not respond error instead of the error I should have gotten. Also found out the the rigctl program is now rigctld. I think this thread is long enough and, with some exceptions is complete. Comming later may be needhe help on getting rid of the garbage left over from my many unsuccessful tries! I will start another thread on using rigctld.
                    Thanks to everyone and a happy new year to all!
                    Warren WB4AHD

                    On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 10:04 PM, Nate Bargmann <n0nb@...> wrote:
                     

                    * Warren Stritter <wb4ahd@...> [2009 Dec 11 12:26 -0600]:



                    > > I have looked for documentation on how to download, and install programs. I
                    > > have found some stuff that is rather gneric and some that is explicit but
                    > > nothing that describes in general how to do it.
                    > >
                    > The man files are very specific but you have to know how to do it and
                    > use the man file to figure out the details.
                    > I Down loaded the hamlib 1.2.10 solurce files and found some instructions on
                    > how to install it. Here are the steps I took:
                    > 1. I unzipped the files by double clipping the tar ball.
                    > 2. In terminal I got to the directory that had the source.
                    > 3. I entered ./configure.
                    > 3. make.
                    > 4. sudo make load
                    > Everything seemed to work ok and did a search for hamlib and found it in
                    > local/bin.
                    > I executed rigcTL -l and it apparently found the old hamlib, because the
                    > Paragon was not in there and fldigi did not have the paragon in it's list
                    > either.What am I doing wrong and where can I find a document of some sort to
                    > figure out what to do?

                    As this is the first time you've likely installed Hamlib from source,
                    you will need to run `sudo ldconfig' so that the dynamic loader ld.so
                    can find your newly installed Hamlib. You can also take a look at
                    /etc/ld.so.conf to be certain that /usr/local/lib is in that file on a
                    line by itself.


                    > I have programmed in fortran, assembly language, and visual c++, but that
                    > was many years ago. I'm retired now and maybe to old to do this any more.

                    It's a libc issue. Normally when you install software packages from
                    the Ubuntu repositories the scripts included with the packages handle
                    running ldconfig for you so you never really see it. When installing
                    from source we have to be sure to do that step so the system can find
                    the new library files.

                    Now, it may be wise to remove the old version of Hamlib installed
                    through your package manager unless you have other software installed
                    that would be removed due to the dependency on Hamlib. The two should
                    coexist but be aware that a potential for conflict does exist.

                    73, de Nate >>

                    --

                    "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all
                    possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true."

                    Ham radio, Linux, bikes, and more: http://n0nb.us/index.html

                  • Nate Bargmann
                    ... Not exactly. The rigctld program is intended as a way for a program to communicate with Hamlib via a network socket. This is useful from various
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                      * Warren Stritter <wb4ahd@...> [2009 Dec 28 12:05 -0600]:
                      > Also found out the the rigctl program is now rigctld.

                      Not exactly. The rigctld program is intended as a way for a program to
                      communicate with Hamlib via a network socket. This is useful from
                      various "scripting" languages but also opens up many possibilities for
                      network control. It is still evolving and is still considered
                      experimental.

                      Meanwhile, rigctl is the interactive program for the console (or one
                      shot command) and is our primary debugging tool.

                      Don't spend too much time trying to figure out rigctld unless you're
                      writing a program and wish to use a network socket to communicate with
                      your radio.

                      73, de Nate >>

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                      "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all
                      possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true."

                      Ham radio, Linux, bikes, and more: http://n0nb.us/index.html
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