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Anyone an expert on termios?



I'm trying to write a simple rig control console utility to set & read the frequency on my IC-718 but I'm running into issues with the termios flags. I'm using Bacon, the "basic-converter" which is not particularly well documented when it comes to serial access but simpler than C for me to program in.

Anyone already done this or could help?

73

Sholto
K7TMG

e-mail: sholto [at] redpin [dot] com




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Re: QSSTV 8.2.11 transmits a grey screen on Robot and PD modes possibly others ok Scottie and Martin



Hi group
I have the same behaviour when using the debian and Fedora included versions

Regards peter



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FSQ eGroup



Note that there is an eGroup for FSQ:

FSQDIGITAL Yahoo! eGroup

73 DE Charles, N5PVL


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HamQTH celebrates 4 years anniversary!

Hi,

today HamQTH celebrates 4 years anniversary. Many things happened
during last year. Maybe the most visible was new website design, that
also works on mobile phones and tablets.

News:

- HamQTH celebrates 4 years anniversary
- you can send spot to DX clusters network directly from web interface
- dx cluster filter improved
- Clear header button added to profile picture editing
- language autodetect improved
- Recent activity now shows last 200 RBN and DX cluster spots
- if you are logged in and looking at your profile, lookup counter is
not incremented
- page with DX cluster spots is now loaded every 10 seconds (was 20)
- log upload page listed only the first one of recent uploaded logs - fixed
- XML lookup didn't increase the lookup counter of your profile - fixed

In next few weeks website will be moved to https, only API for
application developers will be both on http and https to keep backward
compatibility. Unfortunately not everything was great, especially this
month, when two disk died on the HamQTH server. One died on Jun 3 and
was replaced, the second disk died last Friday and will be replaced
very soon.

HamQTH statistic:

1,481,428 callsigns in database
30,032 registered users
28,934,561 queries to the XML search
23,521,187 QSO in the log from 4,108 different callsigns

73 Petr, OK2CQR - HamQTH.com owner

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Fldigi Documentation



I am finding that some of the information on the Wiki is outdated, specifically on this page and section:

https://fedorahosted.org/fldigi/wiki/Documentation/FAQ#IwanttoruntheLinuxversionoffldigi.DoIneedtobuilditfromsource

I can't remember which version Dave decided to stop offering the pre-compiled linux binaries, but the download page no longer has them, except for Puppy Pet files.

Geoff, NM7V
Seattle, WA
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Ubuntu did update this evening, now fldigi starts and quits almost immediately



Fldigi ver 3.22.10 has been operating flawlessly.  Tonight, while checking everything for Field Day, Ubuntu did an update, and now fldigi quits almost immediately - sometimes when I'm clicking on the "you're running the latest version", and sometimes soon after clicking that.

I tried deleting and reinstalling Fldigi with the same issues.

Anyone have an idea of what to do so that I'll be ready for F/D?

Tnx es 73.
Howard  W1HO




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CTY-2508 Country Files - 26 June 2015

[CORRECTION - correct version is CTY-2508]

The Country (CTY) Files were updated on 26 June 2015:

    http://www.country-files.com/cty-2508-26-June-2015/

For installation instructions, start at:

    http://www.country-files.com/

Hover your mouse over the word Contest in the menu, then select the
software you are using.

To install the file, follow the link to your software at the top of the page.

If you are interested in a bigger CTY.DAT for everyday logging, you can get
it here:

   http://www.country-files.com/big-cty/

Note that the release notes (and Version Entity) for this larger file are
different than what is shown below.  There is a separate link to them.

Here are the release notes:

    26 June 2015 (CTY-2508)
    VER20150626, Version entity is Sierra Leone, 9L

    Added/changed Callsigns/prefixes:

	* MM0SHF/P is Shetland Islands, *GM/s
	* EA8BFH/4 and EA8BFH/5 are both Spain, EA
	* FO/F6BFH/P is Marquesas Islands, FO/m
	* TO90R is Reunion Island, FR
	* GB8GLM is Northern Ireland, GI
	* GB4SMM and MM0SHF/P are both Scotland, GM
	* GB0WIW, GB1BAF, GB1WIW and GB4BB are all Wales, GW
	* 4U5F is Italy, I
	* AH7T, KH6XS and W4NJK are all United States, K in CQ zone 3, ITU zone 6
	* AJ4F and W3DQN are both United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 7
	* K4OAQ, K7CS and WA4JA are all United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 8
	* WB9G and WP2XX are both United States, K in CQ zone 5, ITU zone 8
	* K4XV is Hawaii, KH6
	* LU2BPM/D and LU9XPA/L are both Argentina, LU
	* OE6XMF/FM and OE6XMF/NOE are both Austria, OE
	* SV2/SV1RP/T is Mount Athos, SV/a
	* TA1FA/2 is Asiatic Turkey, TA
	* R90IARU is in ITU zone 20, not ITU zone 29
	* R90IARU is in CQ zone 17, not CQ zone 16
	* R850PN, R9KW/4, RT9K/6, UA0LLM/5 and UA9JPX/6 are all European Russia, UA
	* RK6K/9 is European Russia, UA in CQ zone 17, ITU zone 20
	* UF1M/2 is Kaliningrad, UA2
	* R2015EP, RA/US5ETV, RX6CP/8, RX6DL/8/P and RX6DL/9/P are all Asiatic Russia, UA9
	* R1ZY/9 and RK4PA/9 are both Asiatic Russia, UA9 in ITU zone 20
	* R2015AS, R2015DS and R2015KM are all Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 16
	* R2015SV, UA0KBG/9/P and UE44Y are all Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 18, ITU zone 31
	* RM2D/0 is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 18, ITU zone 32
	* R3RRC/0 is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 23
	* R7AL/0 is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 34
	* VE2HAY/P and VE3GF/2 are both Canada, VE in ITU zone 4
	* VY0M is Canada, VE in CQ zone 1, ITU zone 3
	* VK8RC/4 is Australia, VK in ITU zone 55

    Retired Callsigns/prefixes:

	* GB2QM in Shetland Islands, *GM/s
	* TC100GLB, TC100GS and TC100VKZL in European Turkey, *TA1
	* DX0P in Spratly Islands, 1S
	* 9M2MDX/6, 9M4ARD/6 and 9M4ARD/8 in East Malaysia, 9M6
	* A41MO/SQ in Oman, A4
	* BD9BI/0 and BG8FUL/0 in China, BY
	* EA1EK/ZAP, EA1RCI/ICA, EA7URL/FSV, EG90IARU, EG90IARU/1, EG90IARU/2,
	  EG90IARU/3, EG90IARU/4, EG90IARU/5 and EG90IARU/7 in Spain, EA
	* EH90IARU/6 in Balearic Islands, EA6
	* EH90IARU/8 in Canary Islands, EA8
	* EA3EGB/9 in Ceuta & Melilla, EA9
	* TO90IARU in Martinique, FM
	* FO/F6BFH in Marquesas Islands, FO/m
	* GB2BCW and GB8RAF in Northern Ireland, GI
	* GB2QM, GB4GM and GB4MSE in Scotland, GM
	* GB0MIW, GB0MUU, GB2LM, GB4MPI, GB6AC, GB6GGM and GB8MD in Wales, GW
	* KC0TOT and KL7WP in United States, K
	* AB9OQ and WH6ZW in Mariana Islands, KH0
	* NH0A in Guam, KH2
	* KC7DUT, KE6JXO, KF6MQT and N9SBL in Hawaii, KH6
	* KG4TJS and KY7J in Alaska, KL
	* KP4FD/IARU and NB0G in Puerto Rico, KP4
	* LU1AET/D, LU1XZ/H, LU4WAP/D, LU5HJC/XP, LU5OM/K and LU6XQ/D in Argentina, LU
	* PD0ARI/MILL and PH4RTM/MILL in Netherlands, PA
	* PY0NY in Fernando de Noronha, PY0F
	* SV2/YL7A in Mount Athos, SV/a
	* R120RK, R120RP, R5VAJ/N, R9XZ/3, RP70KW, RP70PK, RQ0C/4, UA0XAK/3,
	  UA9B/1 and UA9UAX/4 in European Russia, UA
	* RP70KB, RP70KG, RP70MW, RP70WB, UE2AT, UE2BF, UE2GC, UE2IT, UE2MW
	  and UE2SK in Kaliningrad, UA2
	* R120RB, R120RG, R120RI, R120RJ, R120RL, R120RN, R120RQ, R120RU, R120RW,
	  R120RZ, R2015R, R9/UN7JHC, RA/EW8ADX, RC1M/9, RN9O/8, RP70AB, RP70AF, RP70AS,
	  RP70AY, RP70AZ, RP70BP, RP70DG, RP70DT, RP70G, RP70GA, RP70GB, RP70GI,
	  RP70GK, RP70GM, RP70GP, RP70GR, RP70GS, RP70H, RP70KE, RP70KM, RP70KV,
	  RP70LF, RP70LL, RP70LM, RP70LS, RP70MA, RP70MC, RP70MD, RP70MP, RP70NK,
	  RP70NM, RP70OB, RP70OF, RP70OS, RP70P, RP70PM, RP70R, RP70RS, RP70SA, RP70SD,
	  RP70SF, RP70SL, RP70SU, RP70TG, RP70TM, RP70UF, RP70UH, RP70UK, RP70V,
	  RP70YF, RP70ZF, RP70ZO, RQ4D/8 and UA9MA/9 in Asiatic Russia, UA9
	* AX8AA and VK100ANZAC in Australia, VK

73 - Jim AD1C

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CTY-2507 Country Files - 26 June 2015

The Country (CTY) Files were updated on 26 June 2015:

    http://www.country-files.com/cty-2507-26-June-2015/

For installation instructions, start at:

    http://www.country-files.com/

Hover your mouse over the word Contest in the menu, then select the
software you are using.

To install the file, follow the link to your software at the top of the page.

If you are interested in a bigger CTY.DAT for everyday logging, you can get
it here:

   http://www.country-files.com/big-cty/

Note that the release notes (and Version Entity) for this larger file are
different than what is shown below.  There is a separate link to them.

Here are the release notes:

    26 June 2015 (CTY-2507)
    VER20150626, Version entity is Republic of the Congo, TN

    Added/changed Callsigns/prefixes:

	* MM0SHF/P is Shetland Islands, *GM/s
	* EA8BFH/4 and EA8BFH/5 are both Spain, EA
	* FO/F6BFH/P is Marquesas Islands, FO/m
	* TO90R is Reunion Island, FR
	* GB8GLM is Northern Ireland, GI
	* GB4SMM and MM0SHF/P are both Scotland, GM
	* GB0WIW, GB1BAF, GB1WIW and GB4BB are all Wales, GW
	* 4U5F is Italy, I
	* AH7T, KH6XS and W4NJK are all United States, K in CQ zone 3, ITU zone 6
	* AJ4F and W3DQN are both United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 7
	* K4OAQ, K7CS and WA4JA are all United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 8
	* WB9G and WP2XX are both United States, K in CQ zone 5, ITU zone 8
	* K4XV is Hawaii, KH6
	* LU2BPM/D and LU9XPA/L are both Argentina, LU
	* OE6XMF/FM and OE6XMF/NOE are both Austria, OE
	* SV2/SV1RP/T is Mount Athos, SV/a
	* TA1FA/2 is Asiatic Turkey, TA
	* R90IARU is in ITU zone 20, not ITU zone 29
	* R90IARU is in CQ zone 17, not CQ zone 16
	* R850PN, R9KW/4, RT9K/6, UA0LLM/5 and UA9JPX/6 are all European Russia, UA
	* RK6K/9 is European Russia, UA in CQ zone 17, ITU zone 20
	* UF1M/2 is Kaliningrad, UA2
	* R2015EP, RA/US5ETV, RX6CP/8, RX6DL/8/P and RX6DL/9/P are all Asiatic Russia, UA9
	* R1ZY/9 and RK4PA/9 are both Asiatic Russia, UA9 in ITU zone 20
	* R2015AS, R2015DS and R2015KM are all Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 16
	* R2015SV, UA0KBG/9/P and UE44Y are all Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 18, ITU zone 31
	* RM2D/0 is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 18, ITU zone 32
	* R3RRC/0 is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 23
	* R7AL/0 is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 34
	* VE2HAY/P and VE3GF/2 are both Canada, VE in ITU zone 4
	* VY0M is Canada, VE in CQ zone 1, ITU zone 3
	* VK8RC/4 is Australia, VK in ITU zone 55

    Retired Callsigns/prefixes:

	* GB2QM in Shetland Islands, *GM/s
	* TC100GLB, TC100GS and TC100VKZL in European Turkey, *TA1
	* DX0P in Spratly Islands, 1S
	* 9M2MDX/6, 9M4ARD/6 and 9M4ARD/8 in East Malaysia, 9M6
	* A41MO/SQ in Oman, A4
	* BD9BI/0 and BG8FUL/0 in China, BY
	* EA1EK/ZAP, EA1RCI/ICA, EA7URL/FSV, EG90IARU, EG90IARU/1, EG90IARU/2,
	  EG90IARU/3, EG90IARU/4, EG90IARU/5 and EG90IARU/7 in Spain, EA
	* EH90IARU/6 in Balearic Islands, EA6
	* EH90IARU/8 in Canary Islands, EA8
	* EA3EGB/9 in Ceuta & Melilla, EA9
	* TO90IARU in Martinique, FM
	* FO/F6BFH in Marquesas Islands, FO/m
	* GB2BCW and GB8RAF in Northern Ireland, GI
	* GB2QM, GB4GM and GB4MSE in Scotland, GM
	* GB0MIW, GB0MUU, GB2LM, GB4MPI, GB6AC, GB6GGM and GB8MD in Wales, GW
	* KC0TOT and KL7WP in United States, K
	* AB9OQ and WH6ZW in Mariana Islands, KH0
	* NH0A in Guam, KH2
	* KC7DUT, KE6JXO, KF6MQT and N9SBL in Hawaii, KH6
	* KG4TJS and KY7J in Alaska, KL
	* KP4FD/IARU and NB0G in Puerto Rico, KP4
	* LU1AET/D, LU1XZ/H, LU4WAP/D, LU5HJC/XP, LU5OM/K and LU6XQ/D in Argentina, LU
	* PD0ARI/MILL and PH4RTM/MILL in Netherlands, PA
	* PY0NY in Fernando de Noronha, PY0F
	* SV2/YL7A in Mount Athos, SV/a
	* R120RK, R120RP, R5VAJ/N, R9XZ/3, RP70KW, RP70PK, RQ0C/4, UA0XAK/3,
	  UA9B/1 and UA9UAX/4 in European Russia, UA
	* RP70KB, RP70KG, RP70MW, RP70WB, UE2AT, UE2BF, UE2GC, UE2IT, UE2MW
	  and UE2SK in Kaliningrad, UA2
	* R120RB, R120RG, R120RI, R120RJ, R120RL, R120RN, R120RQ, R120RU, R120RW,
	  R120RZ, R2015R, R9/UN7JHC, RA/EW8ADX, RC1M/9, RN9O/8, RP70AB, RP70AF, RP70AS,
	  RP70AY, RP70AZ, RP70BP, RP70DG, RP70DT, RP70G, RP70GA, RP70GB, RP70GI,
	  RP70GK, RP70GM, RP70GP, RP70GR, RP70GS, RP70H, RP70KE, RP70KM, RP70KV,
	  RP70LF, RP70LL, RP70LM, RP70LS, RP70MA, RP70MC, RP70MD, RP70MP, RP70NK,
	  RP70NM, RP70OB, RP70OF, RP70OS, RP70P, RP70PM, RP70R, RP70RS, RP70SA, RP70SD,
	  RP70SF, RP70SL, RP70SU, RP70TG, RP70TM, RP70UF, RP70UH, RP70UK, RP70V,
	  RP70YF, RP70ZF, RP70ZO, RQ4D/8 and UA9MA/9 in Asiatic Russia, UA9
	* AX8AA and VK100ANZAC in Australia, VK

73 - Jim AD1C

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Re: problem (Related?)

Well, that just results in ...

write() failed: Broken pipe

The problem I think is, that no "Jack" support exists by default in 
Mint, from some reading earlier today.  That, and Canonical removed a 
lot of related support a few versions ago, that it would appear Baudline 
relies on.

I did ping the Baudline people a message, but no response yet.  (Not 
holding my breath on this one.)

So, out of the gazillions of "Jack" packages, which to install, and then 
how to make it play safely with Pulse etc?

Sorry for the off topic bandwidth.

73.

Dave G0WBX.

On 25/06/15 08:42, linuxham@... wrote:
> 3b. Re: problem (Related?)
>      Posted by: "Larry Levesque"ka1vgm@...  larry_levesque
>      Date: Wed Jun 24, 2015 6:24 pm ((PDT))
>
> If you have pulse audio installed, try this from the command line:
>
> *parec --format=s16le --channels=1 --latency-msec=5 | /usr/bin/baudline
> -stdin*
>
>
> On 06/24/2015 06:54 PM, Dave Baxterg8kbvdave@...  [linuxham]
> wrote:
>> >  
>> >
>> >Related, maybe.
>> >
>> >Anyone got "Baudline" to work under Mint 17.x ?
>> >
>> >The audio device layout and configuration seems borked, as far as
>> >Baudline sees things, even as root with symlinks to /dev/snd
>> >It doesn't see any mixers or audio channels etc.
>> >
>> >Fldigi etc still works fine, so ???
>> >
>> >73.
>> >
>> >Dave G0WBX.
>> >

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Re: problem (Related?)



Related, maybe.

Anyone got "Baudline" to work under Mint 17.x ?

The audio device layout and configuration seems borked, as far as Baudline sees things, even as root with symlinks to /dev/snd
It doesn't see any mixers or audio channels etc.

Fldigi etc still works fine, so ???

73.

Dave G0WBX.



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fldigi & LoTW logging



Greetings--

I've used fldigi for a few years, and have finally registered with LoTW.  Until recently, I'd recorded everything manually in XLog and have not formally submitted them.  I see that WSJT-X has a simple pop-up that occurs at the end of a QSO.  I basically fill in the power and operator's name and save it.  I'll periodically use tQSL to sign & submit.  I believe with XLog I can import WSJT-X generated ADIF snippets, so I can still maintain my comprehensive mode-agnostic log.  It's simple overall, and I'd like to work out the same procedure with fldigi.

I've not yet started a log within fldigi proper.  I've looked at the docs, and I'm impressed with the number of options.  But I'd like to embark on best-practices at the onset.  If I'm interested in LoTW (awards at this point, not contesting), what is the minimal set of steps one needs for logging each QSO?  Namely, which fields are auto-generated by fldigi, and which are the minimal you need to manually fill in for LoTW?

Any best practices I should be aware of that are not covered in the docs?

73, KD0KZE / Paul


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