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Aitch


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PostPosted: Sun 27 Jun 2010, 20:36    Post subject:  

yes, but you don't know where you're being re-directed to....

hence the preview version of tinyurl I used lets you see where it goes...

but I don't wanna row about it - sheesh, just trying to help....

different strokes for different folks, OK?

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PostPosted: Sun 27 Jun 2010, 21:18    Post subject:  

Aitch wrote:
yes, but you don't know where you're being re-directed to....


Oh dear....

Of course a diredt link of the ebay page would have solved that problem...but as you say different strokes for different folks.
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edoc


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Location: Southeast Georgia, USA

PostPosted: Thu 16 Dec 2010, 22:24    Post subject:
Subject description: QSSTV for Puppy?
 

The QSSTV Linux app for Slow-Scan TV has been upgraded to 6.0-Alpha after no public releases for several years:

http://users.telenet.be/on4qz/snapshots/index.html

Has anyone tried this with Puppy?

I would be especially interested in a PET that would play nicely with Fluppy.

Thanks!

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drspastic


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Location: ruse, bulgaria

PostPosted: Sun 19 Dec 2010, 09:02    Post subject:  

hi from M0XEK

i have had good working with hampup but its based on puppy 3 and i need more hardware support.
hampup has PSKMAIL and FLdigi great packages but its time for a new puplet with all the best ham software on an sfs file. i would say lets build it with 511 because it covers all the hardware issues.
at the moment i run puppeee betas and 511 on my eeepc and have several ways to connect to my ft817 and would be glad to test anyones compiles on my setup.

I am suggesting first to compile a list of ham software that should make it into the project, so a digimode (prob fldigi is the most reliable), several hamvoip protocols starting with echolink for its popularity, a logging and contesting package that links to qrz.net etc. some voice recording/loopers to automate tiring cq calls, and a nice realtime audio processor and filter box. pskmail is a must for seafarers and remote dxpeditioners to access basic email and text based web info via HF. Some satelite tracking, EME and meteorscatter predicion, gps and APRS with repeater info and lists of popular local frequencies. repeater ops software, antenna calculators, a utc clock in 24hour format, synced to a server or better still gps clock standard. and a nice sstv!

here is a link to pskmail site, a brilliant puplet so far. http://pskmail.wikispaces.com/NEWS

strip out all the office bloat and games along with other nonessentials but keep xorg for easy changing between keymaps.
as ham tend to pack up the kit and go on adventures a lot, desktop should be kept suitable for small screen laptops and tablets,
puppy is an excellent base for hams as we have lots of old pcs and junk we loath to throw.

73!
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pa0r

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PostPosted: Wed 05 Jan 2011, 06:50    Post subject: More pets for hams  

New stuff on http://hermes.esrac.ele.tue.nl/pskmail/puppy_pets:

fl_libs.pet 25-Dec-2010 22:02 3.9M
fldigi-3.20.pet 17-Nov-2010 17:06 1.3M
fldigiconfig.pet 11-Dec-2010 14:34 18K
gcmwin-3.1.6.pet 31-Dec-2010 13:17 5.4M
gcmwin_voacapl-0.5.7.pet 05-Jan-2011 10:14 14M
gpsd_xgps.pet 04-Jan-2011 12:03 288K
jPSKmail-0.8.6.pet 04-Jan-2011 12:13 4.8M
jre-1.6.0.22.pet 25-Dec-2010 15:38 36M
lynx_elinks.pet 11-Dec-2010 13:08 1.8M
openssh-server-5.1p1.pet 31-Dec-2010 11:54 206K
perl-5.10.1.pet 10-Dec-2010 18:11 6.9M
pet_tools.pet 11-Dec-2010 13:20 17K
pskmail_server-1.0.28.pet 24-Dec-2010 12:09 1.7M
pskmail_server-1.0.29.pet 01-Jan-2011 12:58 1.7M
tightvnc_viewer-1.3.9.pet 03-Dec-2010 09:04 51K
x11vnc_server-0.9.4B.pet 03-Dec-2010 13:53 418K
xastir-2.0.1.pet 25-Dec-2010 22:01 4.3M
xdx-2.4.2.pet 04-Jan-2011 13:21 103K
xlog-2.0.3.pet 04-Jan-2011 13:43 9.7M
zyGrib-3.0.5.pet 04-Jan-2011 11:56 19M

All based, and tested on puppy-5.1.1

73,

Rein PA0R

http://www.pskmail.com
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futurnet

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PostPosted: Fri 11 Mar 2011, 16:38    Post subject:  

in puppy 5.X its really easy to run hamradio Linux software cause 5.X is fully compatible with ubuntu lucid repository. Just click 'n install with all dependency nedded, from package manager. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Sun 08 May 2011, 12:00    Post subject:  

yep, the puppy iso's on the hermes server have it! excelent work
i am getting a pskmail server up and running after i sort out some issues on save files.
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paule

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PostPosted: Mon 01 Aug 2011, 00:18    Post subject: Re: More pets for hams  

pa0r wrote:
New stuff on http://hermes.esrac.ele.tue.nl/pskmail/puppy_pets:

fl_libs.pet 25-Dec-2010 22:02 3.9M
fldigi-3.20.pet 17-Nov-2010 17:06 1.3M
fldigiconfig.pet 11-Dec-2010 14:34 18K
gcmwin-3.1.6.pet 31-Dec-2010 13:17 5.4M
gcmwin_voacapl-0.5.7.pet 05-Jan-2011 10:14 14M
gpsd_xgps.pet 04-Jan-2011 12:03 288K
jPSKmail-0.8.6.pet 04-Jan-2011 12:13 4.8M
jre-1.6.0.22.pet 25-Dec-2010 15:38 36M
lynx_elinks.pet 11-Dec-2010 13:08 1.8M
openssh-server-5.1p1.pet 31-Dec-2010 11:54 206K
perl-5.10.1.pet 10-Dec-2010 18:11 6.9M
pet_tools.pet 11-Dec-2010 13:20 17K
pskmail_server-1.0.28.pet 24-Dec-2010 12:09 1.7M
pskmail_server-1.0.29.pet 01-Jan-2011 12:58 1.7M
tightvnc_viewer-1.3.9.pet 03-Dec-2010 09:04 51K
x11vnc_server-0.9.4B.pet 03-Dec-2010 13:53 418K
xastir-2.0.1.pet 25-Dec-2010 22:01 4.3M
xdx-2.4.2.pet 04-Jan-2011 13:21 103K
xlog-2.0.3.pet 04-Jan-2011 13:43 9.7M
zyGrib-3.0.5.pet 04-Jan-2011 11:56 19M

All based, and tested on puppy-5.1.1

73,

Rein PA0R

http://www.pskmail.com


Hi Rein,

The GCMWIN packages seem to be missing, are they available elsewhere?

cheers, Paul - VA7NT
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edoc


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PostPosted: Sun 20 Nov 2011, 12:59    Post subject: Digital SSTV - Native Linux
Subject description: WINDRM-compatible
 

This sounds like a neat app - I had been told there was nothing for SSTV that was currently-supported and Linux-native.

I'd like to use this with Squeeze 5x9 Exprimo (and future releases of the Puplet) - does that appear possible from either of the compiles they offer? Or would it be a huge project to make it Puppy Squeeze-friendly?

Quote:
software Suse 64 bit(rxamadrmv0_2Suse64.tgz)
software Ubuntu 64 bit(rxamadrmv0_2v64bits.tgz)


http://pa0mbo.nl/ties/public_html/hamradio/rxamadrm/index.html

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FEATURES

L.F. Audio Input
Uses HB9TLK's HAM DRM standard modes A, B and E (compatible with WINDRM etc.)
Uses ALSA soundsystem that is available in most Linux distributions
Monitors reception quality with PSD, FAC and MSC-Constellations, freq. offset, and SNR
Shows reception progress with current received segment number and total number of segments
Graphical User Interface can easily be adapted to one's own tast (Tk/Tcl)
Includes standalone console application for all real-time data-acquistion and dataprocessing
Data-acquisition and data-processing routines written in standard C
GUI written in Tk/Tcl

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edoc


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PostPosted: Sun 04 Dec 2011, 21:47    Post subject: Cmedia CM119 Driver for Linux?
Subject description: reall useful USB external sound adapter
 

Anyone have the Linux driver for a Cmedia CM119 sound device?

There is supposedly one here but I cannot get it to download:
http://www.bioticaindia.com/cm119.html

Driver name: cm119
Device type: Sound Card
Manufacturer: C Media
Date: 13 October 2009
Version: 4.1.2

Download C Media cm119: cm119 drivers Download

File name: cm119-driver.4.1.2.zip File size: 298 KB

Supported OS:windows driver: Ubuntu Linux, Win. 2000, Vista, ME

It is for this: USB Virtual 7.1 Channel External Sound Card Adapter
- 4 function keys
- Features 2 x 3.5mm microphone and speaker ports

Check out these other apps:

Posted by nikolauzi on 5/11/2011
I bought this one to build a digital storage oscilloscope.
Freeware can e.g. be found under the name "zeitnitz", which is a fine program!
The CM119 inside has, unlike most other soundcard controllers, no digital highpass
inside, which means that it can measure also DC, if the input capacitor is removed
(can be found easily on the PCBoard).
Then it works on your computer with a bandwidth of app. 15kHz, which is enough
for many purposes of DIY electronics.
The "Zeitnitz" tool also adds a two channel signal generator and FFT function!

Bottomline:
Great for DIY purposes, but also works good as a simple soundcard

http://www.dealextreme.com/p/usb-virtual-7-1-channel-external-sound-card-adapter-59077

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Aitch


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PostPosted: Sun 04 Dec 2011, 22:46    Post subject:  

Hi David
I had a similar problem with the Behringer uca202...both usb sound devices have kernel driver so should just work
Problem is caused by mainboard soundchip clashing

Try the MultipleSoundcardWizard-lucid525.pet from here

http://mirror.internode.on.net/pub/puppylinux/pet_packages-lucid/

It worked for me in Slacko

thread here

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=64841

HTH

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drspastic


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PostPosted: Sat 19 May 2012, 17:22    Post subject: sstv???  

So... did anyone get SSTV working in puppy yet?

there is LOTS of sstv going on 14 mhz now and i am missing it!

Please can anyone post QSSTV or other soundcard software wrapped for puppy in a pet or sfs?

also, im still having problems routing audio in and out to a bluetooth mono headset (adapted into a dongle for my ft817) at the moment the only device that works ok is my hp hx2790 with pocketdigi and winmo 5 and that gives too much distortion over the bluetooth link to run asny mode other than RTTY, even psk31 falls down with this choppy distortion on transmit.

first and foremost SSTV! PLEASE!
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PostPosted: Sat 19 May 2012, 22:13    Post subject:  

Note that both rx and tx code is available in 32 and 64 bit.

http://pa0mbo.nl/ties/public_html/hamradio/txamadrm/index.html

TXAMADRM - A LINUX PROGRAM FOR DIGITAL SSTV

FEATURES

L.F. Audio Output to drive mike input of trx
Uses HB9TLK's HAM DRM standard modes A, B and E (compatible with
WINDRM etc.)
Uses ALSA soundsystem that is available in most Linux distributions
Sends all file types
Shows tx progress with current transmitted segment number and
total number of segments
Graphical User Interface can easily be adapted to one's own taste
(Tk/Tcl)
Includes standalone console application for txing from commandline
Uses the well know Dream DRM software modified for ham use
GUI written in Tk/Tcl

DOWNLOADS

Here are the download links for the documentation and the software:
(last update Nov 23rd 2011)

documentation
software 32 bit executable (txamadrmv0_0_32b.tgz)
software with 64 bit executable (txamadrmv0_064b_.tgz)

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PostPosted: Fri 08 Jun 2012, 06:13    Post subject: QSSTV  

thanks 666philb for compiling the latest QSSTV!

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?search_id=689801882&t=78841

its now getting its first signals on a 550mhz winterm thin client, struggling with slacko onboard.

i think i need a lighter version of puppy running, so i will reconfigure to try with 511 dxpedition disk.
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PostPosted: Mon 10 Sep 2012, 16:36    Post subject: Linux Version of Winlink 2000?  

I have just become aware of a Linux version of Winlink 2000.

The Winlink system is described here:
http://www.winlink.org/

The Yahoogroups page for the Linux version is here:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LinuxRMS/

The How-To is here:
http://184.4.148.122:800/docs/Myhowto.html

The file is here:
http://k4gbb.no-ip.info/docs/scripts/rmsgw-2.1.0-138.tgz

I am guessing that this will not be compatible with Puppy Linux (my current version is Exprimo 5x15) unless recompiled - is that a reasonable assumption?

Quote:
The Generic Kernel is a one size fits all compromise made to work on MOST systems. It is customized for the distro. The distros with kernels > 2.6.28 are up to date and stable. They do not require any customization. I have been using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server straight out of the box. Ubuntu Server Versions later than 10.10 have not been tested but seem to be stable – ax25 wise.

Debian distros with kernels up to 2.6.38 have been used with success.



Can someone have a look and see about a PET or SFS, please?

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