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Fldigi, Digikeyer and Ubuntu



I am using ubuntu 14.04 mate and a microHam Digi Keyer. Fldigi version 3.21.80, Kenwood TS570D and using mhuxd and hamlib for cat interface.

I have everything working but the custom device path I need to put into the hamlib and HWPTT tabs do not save and survive to the next session. I have to reenter at each startup of fldigi. The HWPTT is /device/mhuxd/ptt1 and in hamlib /device/mhuxd/cat1. These devices do not exist in the dropdown but of cours e they exist on the system.

Is there a way to save these custom settings so they don't have to be reentered each time?

Also my TX audio is fine at the transceiver but I do not see it on the waterfall. I suppose this is because there is no loopback of the TX audio to the audio input in Ubuntu. If so what is the best way to correct that? I am using port audio directly to and from the usb device.
 
Doug Crompton
WA3DSP
http://www.crompton.com


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Re: Fldigi PSK31 is on PSK63 switch position

Answering by myself. 
I have reinstalled PulseAudio and now both RX and TX is real PSK31 mode. 
If I choose PortAudio with Pulse device RX is good, but transmitted audio is very distorted.  So choosing
PulseAudio is right thing  for Orange Pipc.
73 S51CN     

 

 

   

   

 

      

 

 

 
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HOWTO say "fldigi"



In conversation, how to people say "fldigi"?  I have always called it eff - ell - digi and so has everybody else I know.  Today, however, I heard someone refer to the software as full-digi, which I presume is derived from the recommended pronunciation of FLTK (fulltick).

On one hand, it probably doesn't matter, just use the software, enjoy it, and thank its authors *profusely*!  However, an inquiring mind would like to know the answer to the question.  :-)

Thanks, and 73,

Andy
KB1OIQ





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Linux/unbuntu/fldigi frequency display not communicating TS-590SG



Hi Everyone:
I have downloaded the XML file of TS-590S and it does not communicate to the frequency display. However, every thing else is functional.
Radio: TS-590SG
Using: USB port and the setup by one of the hams on form here.
I do not want to use flrig.
Rich/W7EET


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Fldigi PSK31 is on PSK63 switch position



I have installed Fldigi 3.22.01 from Debian repository.

If I want to receive PSK31 mode I have to switch on PSK63 and RX is good, but than I am transmitting PSK63.

WSJT-x 1.7 is working well.

I am using Orange PiPC with OS-Armbian 5.10  and sound is via internal sound device of Orange PI with Alsa sound. With PulseAudio sound I had the same problem.

Please for your help, maybe I am searching with wrong words to find right solution.

73 Bojan S51CN




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Very minor, non-critical, cosmetic display problem in Fldigi 3.23.10.10



The spot, rxid, txid, and tune buttons have LEDs on them to indicate if the feature is enabled or disable. The rxid button's LED has become detached from the rxid button.



Robert Dailey



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FSK & network connection



I'm trying to set up fldigi on my MacBookPro running OS X 10.11.


When I start fldigi, it asks to use incoming network connections. Why? Can I turn that off? It makes me very nervous.


I'd like to use FSK with my PRO II. The help file sez: "Fldigi operates RTTY using AFSK and the transceiver set to USB. The RTTY signal can be transmitted anywhere within the USB passband of the transceiver. 

You can select from various Shifts , Bauds, Bits, Parity and Stop Bits for both AFSK and FSK keying of the transmitter."


So can it do FSK? Where can I find instructions for setting it up? My interface is a Buxom Rascal.


73, Mike NF4L

 



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WSJT-X Hamlib Error



Hi.


I'm trying to configure my iMac (running OS X v.10.11.4) to run WSJT-X so that I can operate my Kenwood TS570D in JT65. I have reallocated memory,  run the KVASD installer and configured my sound card. However, when I run the PTT test in the WSJT-X Radio config panel I get the following error message:


Hamlin error: IO error while opening connection to rig.


I have operated the TS570 in PSK31 using FLRIG and FLDIGI using a SignaLink USB external sound card. When operating in PSK31 I use Rigcat rather than Hamlib. In the case of the WSJT-X test, the radio does not recognize any attempt at external control.


I have poked around the internet looking for a download source for an OS X compatible version of Hamlib, so far without success. Any help you can provide would be appreciated.


Thanks & 73,


Brian K8GRR



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Raspberian dist-update and Pulse Audio



With FLdigi installed and working properly with Pulse audio and Pavucontrol, I did a dist-update for my PI3B and pulse audio was no longer available.  I did an install again for both pulse audio and pavucontrol and the PI reported that they were already installed.  When I try to get FLdigi to use pulse audio, I get an error message saying it is not available.

I shifted to port audio and it works, but every other time I boot the PI, port audio is not available.  Doing another boot makes it available again.  The PI is working OK with port audio and I am making QSOs with it but I would rather get back to pulse audio which I have been using for several years now.

I would do what my buddy did (reinstall the previous distro) when he had the same problem except t hat now the PI is running everything using about half the processor usage it was before.  With the previous distro it would receive Olivia at about 20% usage with about 15% usage during a transmission.  Now I see about 10% usage during receive and around 6% usage during a transmission.  I have two PI3B running and both had the same problem as did my buddy.  He did the original install of raspberian and fldigi and I used a couple of cloned microSD cards in my PIs.

Could this change in efficiency be due to using port audio, or is there some improvement in efficiency in the new distro that I am seeing?

I am using tinyvnc on the PI from a remote desktop running Ubuntu and Remmina Client.

73 - Jim  W5ZIT




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alpha posting for fllog and flrig

Posted to Source Forge "alpha_tests" files page.

fllog:
commit f4bccc06e95fa1d97f15f0671a452f9ba78a4243
Author: David Freese <iam_w1hkj@...>
Date:   Sun May 15 08:05:23 2016 -0500

     Contest fields

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

flrig:
commit 8547731aa782d3fa855b2848d071058edae879f8
Author: David Freese <iam_w1hkj@...>
Date:   Fri May 13 07:45:00 2016 -0500

     IC7200 update

       * Added read attenuator method to IC7200 class

73, David, W1HKJ

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