- Flex-radio long ago promised a Linux version, now they won t even answer the question. I tried using it under wine and Crossover Office some time ago. TheMessage 1 of 100 , Aug 2, 2010View SourceFlex-radio long ago promised a Linux version, now they won't even answer
I tried using it under wine and Crossover Office some time ago. The
problem was with installing .NET version on a non-monopoly OS. I tried
building PowerSDR with Mono but that wasn't compatible with .NET.
Under XP in a VirtualBox VM I got Winrad and Rocky to work but the audio
came in splotches due to emulation latency.
One thing I haven't tried is Rocky and Winrad with Crossover Office
under Kubuntu as I couldn't get audio working in wine or Crossover
Office on openSUSE - sound cards not seen, though the guy at Codeweavers
had no problems with an identical openSUSE installation. Quite a long
time ago sound under Crossover Office used to work for me with apps like
Windows Media Player.
My box is at openSUSE 11.3 which started out at a earlier version and
progressively updated, so the Kubuntu box upgraded from 9.10 fresh
install to 10.04 may work.
73 ... Sid.
On 02/08/10 02:56, Craig wrote:
> Open source, written in ANSI C and C#
> Any idea what it would take to port this to run on Linux?
> Anyone besides me interested in pursuing this project?
> Craig W6DVC
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- On Sun, Aug 15, 2010 at 12:13 AM, Jonathan Marsden N6JUMessage 100 of 100 , Aug 17, 2010View SourceOn Sun, Aug 15, 2010 at 12:13 AM, Jonathan Marsden N6JU <jmarsden@...> wrote:
Lastly, if you are genuinely aiming to get packages into Ubuntu, using IRC to talk to the MOTU folks who hang out in the #ubuntu-motu channel on irc.freenode.net is a great way to get your questions answered. I have found them to be friendly and helpful to people who (like me!) are genuinely trying to get software packaged for Ubuntu, or to fix issues in existing Ubuntu software. If you are creating packages just for your own use, or for a PPA, which you never intend to work on to good enough to go into Ubuntu, then it's somewhat impolite to ask for much of their time.There is also the Ubuntu-hams team as a resource. We have some people with some packaging experience, although not the level of experience that you find on the packaging-specific lists and IRC channels. There's a lot of collective knowledge about various ham applications for Debian and Ubuntu, so feel free to drop in.#ubuntu-hams on freenodeI'm a recent subscriber to this list, having just started on the Softrock Ensemble RX/TX board.73, Steve Conklin, A!4QR