Re: kenwood_open: wrong driver selected (220 instead of 219)
Nate Bargmann <n0nb <at> n0nb.us>
2010-10-03 02:15:43 GMT
* On 2010 02 Oct 19:30 -0500, Scott Martin wrote:
> Hello all, Im trying my hand at controlling my Kenwood TH-F6A but am
> running into issues starting 'rigctld' after version 1.2.10 of hamlib.
> The following is the verbose cli output from various versions. I am
> using a usb to serial if thats worth anything also.
> This is 'media-libs/hamlib-1.2.10' found in portage.
> #rigctld -vvvvv -m 220 -r
The tf-h6a is model number 219 so I'm curious why you chose 220
> Opened rig model 220, 'TH-F7E'
> Backend version: 0.3, Status: Beta
which Hamlib confirms here?
> This is 'media-libs/hamlib-1.2.11' found in portage, 1.2.12 results in
> the same 'error' as well as the latest version I checked out earlier today.
> #rigctld, Hamlib
> kenwood_transaction: ID
> TX 3 bytes
> 0000 49 44 0d ID.
> RX 9 characters
> 0000 49 44 20 54 48 2d 46 36 0d ID TH-F6.
> kenwood_open: found match TH-F6
> kenwood_open: wrong driver selected (220 instead of 219)
> rig_open: error = Invalid parameter
So the backend is at least identifying the radio correctly and then
saying that the incorrect model number was chosen. Good.
> /usr/local/bin/rigctld -vvvvv -m 219 -r
> rigctld, Hamlib
> Unknown rig num 219, or initialization error.
> Please check with --list option.
> There are no drivers listed as 219.
There was a reorganization of the backend libraries recently. Please be
sure that you uninstall all prior versions of Hamlib, in fact,
uninstalling all versions waon't hurt. Then install 1.2.13svn again and
afterward you will probably need to run `ldconfig' as root so the linker
can find the backend libraries in their new location.
> Im sorry Im unable to supply a patch.
At this time I don't think a patch is necessary.
> Please let me know if more information is needed or wanted.
Please let us know if you can get things going with the SVN snapshot.
Also, if you want to use rigctld, version 1.2.11 is really the first
version where it became more or less usable. There are likely still a
few bugs to be found.
> Thanks to all the devs and testers.
73, de NAte >>
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