Fldigi and CI-V
Here’s a puzzler, I’ll try to keep as simple as possible.
The Country (CTY) Files were updated on 23 October 2014: http://www.country-files.com/cty-2412-23-October-2014/ 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: 23 October 2014 (CTY-2412) VER20141023, Version entity is Venezuela, YV Added/changed Callsigns/prefixes: * 4U2U is Vienna Intl Ctr, *4U1V * 7X2BDX/JOTA is Algeria, 7X * EA5HCC/8 is Canary Islands, EA8 * GB3NGI is Northern Ireland, GI * 4U2U is Austria, OE * PA3EWG/J is Netherlands, PA * SZ8XIO/J is Greece, SV Retired Callsigns/prefixes: * TX4A in New Caledonia, FK * W0REP in Guam, KH2 * AJ4MY and KK4RYG in Alaska, KL * KD4SGB in US Virgin Islands, KP2 * LU1XS/O in Argentina, LU 73 - Jim AD1C -- -- Jim Reisert AD1C, <jjreisert at alum.mit.edu>, http://www.ad1c.us ------------------------------------ Posted by: Jim Reisert AD1C <jjreisert@...> ------------------------------------
Simply put, doesn't work. Nothing works. As far as I know, this has
been the case for some while. Yes, i used to use flrig many, many
I question why 4 of the 5 settings are zero ( 0 ) for the default s ettings.
It is not the case for my other Icom radios.
Thanks and 73,
I am running fldigi on linux mint 17 64bit and using kamalmostofa/fldigi ppa. I did a command line update and
upgrade two days ago and fldigi updated to 3.22 now it will not open at all. Am i the only one this happened to
I "discovered" the "sleep n" function myself yesterday evening, and now have that all working nicely. Thanks anyway.
(The script syntax in reality is not exactly as I originally quoted either. I can post the exact version later if anyone wants, I'm on a mobile not at the PC just now.)
Hint: Use double quotes, and hex values!
echo -en "some command string\x0d" > /dev/ttyUSB0
Re Bash's recent trouble.
Bash is patched now anyway, but it doesn't matter if you script with it or not, it exists in the system and is needed by other features and functions, so if there is any problem remaining, it is still vulnerable regardless of what I use as the script interpreter.
But point taken. Let the updates in!
PWR control only slides between values of 0 and 12, as if it no longer sees the rig as a K3/100.
If i turn power up above 12 using the knob on rig the numeric display in flrig displays the value ok, but the slider is 'pegged' for any values above 12watts.
I tried deleteing k3.prefs and starting over.
Also compared my last backup of the .prefs file from before the update to 1.3.17, and everything referencing anything like "pwr" matches, I think.
Any other K3/100 owners have this happening?
Hi... Working with Lubuntu 12.04 So I can "pre-set" something (a KISS capable TNC on a serial port) in a shell script used to start another program, before that program starts. After some googling, I found a page at:- http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8877269 (and other sites with similar info) Cross referencing what is said there and the other sites with the contens of 'man stty', would these work reliably in bash scripts? #!/bin/bash # kisson.sh To enter KISS mode. # 9600bd, 8bits, one stop bit, no parity stty -F /dev/ttyUSB102 speed 9600 cs8 -cstopb -parity echo -en '\x13' > /dev/ttyUSB102 echo -en 'KISS ON\x13' > /dev/ttyUSB102 echo -en 'RESTART\x13' > /dev/ttyUSB102 (ttyUSB102, is udev'd to point to whatever the OS assigned to the actual hardware device as it found it. Works well.) Also... #!/bin/bash # kissoff.sh To exit KISS mode. # 9600bd, 8bits, one stop bit, no parity stty -F /dev/ttyUSB102 speed 9600 cs8 -cstopb -parity # 0xc0, 0xff, 0xc0 echo -en '\x192\x255\x192' > /dev/ttyUSB102 I've not had the chance to try this, yet (my sacrificial 'nix box just committed suicide, hard disk or RAM issues I think. It was not exactly the newest PC on the floor. Memtest86 shows OK, running Spinrite now, no obvious issues yet.) What I've not been able to figure out yet, is how to put a short wait (delay) after each of the echo commands to the port. (Needed I find, to allow the TNC to chew on things and sort its knickers out after being told to do something!) I do know that sending it in one hit 'KISSON\rRESTART\r' (\r == cr byte) sends it into abject raptures, needing a power off/on cycle to get it out of the mess. This procedure (psudo code)... Send a single \r, (empty line) Wait/give time for the tnc to send its default 'cmd:' prompt Send KISS ON\r Wait/give time for the tnc to send its default 'cmd:' prompt Send RESTART\r Works 100% of the time. I've proven that with Procom+ under DOS! and even a GWBASIC program! But that's all on DOS, and I'm wanting to do this under Linux. I see crN listed in stty's help text, but no clue where to use that function (a delay of N 'somethings' after a cr byte, nor are the units of the delay specified.) Any (sensible) suggestions? :) I've got another hour or two, before I may get the old 'nix box back. Else even longer before I get to sit in front of another with a real port, not a VM. Or reload the OS on the old box again. 73. Dave G0WBX. ------------------------------------ Posted by: "Dave B" <g8kbvdave@...> ------------------------------------
I'm running a Kenwood TS-570 on a RT-Systems Serial-USB cable, it does this on 2 different computers. It worked fine on all previous version on both Windows and Linux. Then version 1.3.17 came out, now it don't work properly. It keeps setting the sliders to 0 no matter what you set the polling for. I have tried every setting there is and nothing fixes the issue. I can't believe I'm the only one having this problem. I've tried E-mailing the author of the software but it comes right back as undeliverable! does anyone know how to contact him?
The Country (CTY) Files were updated on 21 October 2014: http://www.country-files.com/cty-2411-21-October-2014/ 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: 21 October 2014 (CTY-2411) VER20141021, Version entity is American Samoa, KH8 Added/changed Callsigns/prefixes: * 3V8CB/J is Tunisia, 3V * 9M4SWK is East Malaysia, 9M6 * EA9PD/7 is Spain, EA * TO2A is French Guiana, FY * GB0AS and GB2AS are both Northern Ireland, GI * GB2JSA is Jersey, GJ * GB0BSS and GB4PAS are both Scotland, GM * GB4ADU and GB4XT are both Wales, GW * IQ2MI/J, IQ3FL/J and IQ6VP/J are all Italy, I * KH8Z is Mariana Islands, KH0 * KD3FZ, KE4ZXQ, KI6WOJ, KQ6CD, W8JVF and WA6UVF are all Hawaii, KH6 * KH0WF is American Samoa, KH8 * AB9OM, AD0DK, KB0UGE, KB8TEW, KC7AXO, KD8LNA, KF5YYK, KI4COG, KS0C and N0IVJ are all Alaska, KL * PA3AFG/J, PA6JAM/J, PE2MC/J, PH9GFB/J, PI4BG/J and PI9TP/J are all Netherlands, PA * SZ2TSL/J is Greece, SV * TA1AO/4 is Asiatic Turkey, TA * RQ0C/4, RT9T/3 and UE95WS are all European Russia, UA * YT1S/J is Serbia, YU Retired Callsigns/prefixes: * 9M57MS and 9M57MW in East Malaysia, 9M6 * GB2NZ, GB2RWW and GM4WSB/P in Scotland, GM * GB0BRE, GB2BEF and GB2WW in Wales, GW * 8N1AQ/JD1 in Minami Torishima, JD/m * KA8EBL and KB7MEU in Hawaii, KH6 * N0LHN and WA7USX in Alaska, KL * LU5DQ/D, LU6EVD/D and LW3DG/D in Argentina, LU * TA1AYR/6 in Asiatic Turkey, TA * R85QMR and UA0QGM/3 in European Russia, UA * RA0BA/8 in Asiatic Russia, UA9 73 - Jim AD1C -- -- Jim Reisert AD1C, <jjreisert at alum.mit.edu>, http://www.ad1c.us ------------------------------------ Posted by: Jim Reisert AD1C <jjreisert@...> ------------------------------------