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flrig



When using flrig and storing frequencies, what is the name of the file saved to.

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Patrick



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Re: CAT not working to FT-857D



Just a thought...

Perhaps the USB <> Serial adapter is showing up as a different com/TTY port each time?

That would also cause the mayhem you are seeing.

Lookup how to use "udev rules" to see if you can make it appear consistently as (say) /dev/ttyUSB101 based on something in its identity data shown in dmesg, after you insert the thing, before doing anything else after a clean boot.

Just an idea.

73

Dave G0WBX
(On the road, well away from home.)

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Re: CAT not working to FT-857D
    Posted by:  colin.begg-BUHhN+a2lJ4@public.gmane.org CBegg50
    Date: Mon Jun 27, 2016 4:44 am ((PDT))

Your sequence made no difference.  FLDIGI and FLRIG speak to each other, but neither speaks to the rig which is the whole point of the exercise



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CAT not working to FT-857D



Hi,

   Many thanks to David W1HKJ for supplying build instructions which worked flawlessly this time.  I'm trying to control my Yaesu FT-857D from Linux FLDIGI on a Raspberry Pi.  I've tried selecting Hamlib and specifying one of my USB serial ports, connected to the FT-857D (and working on Windows FLDIGI) and I've downloaded the FT-857D XML file from SourceForge and tried RigCAT on the same USB serial port, both to no avail.  I can operate the PTT from the hardware PTT options tab of the dialogue, but neither CAT option selectable works.


A separate question I've asked is does FLRI G actually do CAT to override the options of FLDIGI or just mirror what the rig is doing?  That has an FT-857D option also.


I've very confused as to what works on Raspberry Pi / Linux.  It all does on Windows.


73 de Colin, G4MCF

 



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Sending a message from the command line?



Is it possible to send a message through FLMSG from the command line.  I see a --p FILENAME option and --auto-dir PATH option but nothing happens when I try them.  This facility, if it is enabled, would allow program controlled sending of messages from a queue of messages.


73 de Colin, G4MCF



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Re: Thor Problem on Rapsberry PI



On 06/25/2016 08:31 AM, w5zit-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org [linuxham] wrote:
I use VNA remote desktop to access the PI.


VNC?



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Thor Problem on Rapsberry PI



I use FLdigi 3.23.12 on a Raspberry PI 3B running Raspbean Jessie.  When I switch to Thor mode, or the RxID switches my system to Thor mode, the waterfall goes black and FLdigi stops decoding.  I cannot switch to another mode and get it started again without first selecting another mode and then shutting down and re-starting FLdigi.

All works normally on the other modes I have tried after a shutdown including PSK, Olivia, and Contestia.  Hellscriber and Throb work normally also.  Only Thor does not work.

What could be wrong on my set-up to have this problem only on Thor.  I have re-installed 3.23.10 and 3.23.11 with the same results.  All compiled on the PI from source.

I keep Raspean updated, but have not upgraded to the latest version as I want to use pulse audio and the Pavu control program.  I have not been able to get pulse audio to work on the upgraded Raspbean.

73 - Jim  W5ZIT

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fllog 1.2.4 posted

at SourceForge

Date:   Thu Jun 23 20:20:33 2016 -0500

Version 1.2.4
     * Maintenance release

   Cabrillo Report
     * Added "mycall" control for Cabrillo Report generator

   Contest fields
     * Replaced older field names for
         - SRX_STRING was XCHG1
         - STX_STRING was MYXCHG

73, David, W1HKJ

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ALSA lib pcm.c:7843:(snd_pcm_recover) underrun occurred



Moin,

I use a SignaLink USB soundcard for amateur radio applications like wspr, wsjt, qsstv and fldigi. All these applications arc configured to use pulseaudio.

With fldigi a often get error messages in the terminal (and destroyed sound output). Never at the first time after connection the soundcard, sometimes the the 2nd transmission, but always at the third broadcast run. (Solution: USB plug out and in and carry on ;-)

ALSA lib pcm.c:7843:(snd_pcm_recover) underrun occurred
ALSA lib pcm.c:7843:(snd_pcm_recover) underrun occurred
ALSA lib pcm.c:7843:(snd_pcm_recover) underrun occurred


I changed two recomended settings [1] in the
/etc/pulse/daemon.conf but without success.
default-fragments = 5 default-fragment-size-msec = 2

Any hint?

Thanks

[1] [SOLVED] '(snd_pcm_recover) underrun occurred' / Kernel & Hardware / Arch Linux Forums

 





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fldigi and FSK RTTY



Would be possible to add ASCII output to an USB port to enable TinyFSK with Arduino for fldigi TX side?


73,

Martin, OK1RR



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Fldigi fails to follow changes in Flrig





Flrig reads frequency and follows changes on IC7100 like a charm. Fldigi shows correct frequency on Flrig start up...(assuming Flrig is started last) but stops following changes. I can manually change frequency on Fldigi and Flrig & IC7100 follow.


Changing sequence to Flrig or Fldigi start up does not seem to alter behavior. After initial startup of the last of the two programs...Fldigi shows correct frequency....but stops following changes shown in Flrig due to changes made on the IC-7100.


How do I get Fldigi to continue to to follow changes shown in Flrig? I am running on a Mac (OS X El Capitan) and using Flrig 1,3,25 and Fldigi 3.23.12


 Ray N4APR


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Multicast decoding oddity



Multicast decoding oddity:


I am going to automatically assume that this oddity is due to my system, as I have not seen or found any other comments like this. But just in case it is not. . .

During the nightly SGARN transmissions, using FLDigi 3.23.11, but has done this with previous versions also. I am, on occasions, "decoding" incorrectly. (Not due to open squelch, signal strength plenty strong). 
This oddity happens when one message ends and starting another multicast message. (RxID-ON)
I will comment that the erroring part always starts off with a few amper signs ( <at> ).

This mis-decoding will continue until it receives another RxID, or you adjust frequency cursor left or right a click or two.
Example from last nights transmission:
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<DATA 58 5008>{D636:37}V1vTjR5OYQx4bjJRxfEuJRdUBJ/af1r6mAEonI=
[b64:end]
<CNTL 10 FE8B>{D636:EOF}
<CNTL 10 5E87>{D636:EOT}

QST DE N5PVL BK

<at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> <at> JJ``uJJMJ(%3%`&),%3`!2%`"%).'`$)342)"54%$`"9`4
(%`%#/.$`%.%2!4)/.`-!4%52`!$)/`%47/2+`hinMJMJ
/2%``3%26%2`34!4)/.3`!2%`.%%$%$n`    &`9/5`(!6%`42/5",%`2%#%)6).'`4(%3%`42!.3-)33)/.3l`9/52`!2%!`-!ation.
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OS Linux Mint 13 MAYA
FLDigi 3.23.11

de Kevin/KF4YMC




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