Wilson G. Hein | 1 Nov 02:08 2002
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Dynamic gateway client woes

Greetings,

I am so far unsuccessfull at getting either dgipip-0.1.orig, or
dynamic_gate-1.05 to link me with my static host, on a kernel 2.4.18 patched
to 2.4.19-pre2, RH linux 7.3.

What do I need to do to start debugging the client and or my system in order
to make this operational?

dgclient when executed just sits there in the terminal untill I kill the
process. dynamic-gate when executed returnes me to the prompt, and doesn't
appear to do anything.

Any assistance would be most graciously appreciated!

Wilson, WJ3G

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Dexter N Muir | 1 Nov 07:31 2002
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Re: Is this list still functioning?


----- Original Message -----
From: "Phil" <phil <at> spiderweb.com.au>
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Sent: Wednesday, October 30, 2002 3:51 PM
Subject: Is this list still functioning?

> I haven't received anything from the list for a week or so. Is this list
still
> functioning?
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> Regards,
> Phil
> phil <at> spiderweb.com.au
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Yep - just proves what's been happening is RIGHT - no more problems :-)

... well, that, and the real beavers still have their heads down working for
us users...

Cheers all

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pd | 1 Nov 22:28 2002
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Running a PERL script from AX25D

I am trying to run a PERL script as the "server" for some AX25 connections.
My PERL script works fine when I invoke it from the command line.

In ax25d.conf I specifiy a bash script to be run as the session command.
Inside the bash script there is an 'echo' command, which I see when i connect.
Other commands in that script also work.  But then it runs the PERL script and 
everything just stalls.

Here is the bash script:

#!/bin/bash
echo 'wait...'
HOME=/home/bbs
echo 'HOME set'
cd /home/bbs
pwd
perl t.pl

and here is the PERL script:

#!/usr/bin/perl
print "Hi\n";
print "Enter a number\n";
$buf = <STDIN>;
$n = $buf * 2;
print "Twice that is $n\n";
print "bye!\n";

Any suggestions?

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John Ackermann N8UR | 3 Nov 17:25 2002

Logging program (non-contest) suggestions?

Hi all --

I'm looking for an X-based logging program for general purpose use.  I'm 
interested in something that does a good job on basic logging functions, 
and not necessarily for lots of goodies like rig interface, etc.

Thanks for any suggestions.

73,
John N8UR
jra <at> febo.com

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Bob Nielsen | 3 Nov 20:14 2002
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Re: Logging program (non-contest) suggestions?

On Sun, Nov 03, 2002 at 11:25:37AM -0500, John Ackermann N8UR wrote:
> Hi all --
> 
> I'm looking for an X-based logging program for general purpose use.  I'm 
> interested in something that does a good job on basic logging functions, 
> and not necessarily for lots of goodies like rig interface, etc.
> 
> Thanks for any suggestions.

There are several listed at http://radio.linux.org.au.  I installed the
xlog Debian package, which looks pretty nice, but I haven't actually
used it for logging (the MSI motherboard on my shack computer has a
built-in video chip which is poorly supported by XFree86).  I do use
TLF, which is more oriented to contests but is also usable for
general-purpose logging (not X-based, however).

73, Bob

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John R. Ackermann | 3 Nov 20:27 2002

Re: Logging program (non-contest) suggestions?

Hi Bob --

I had another reference for xlog, and it turns out that it's in Debian 3.0, 
so it's now installed.  I'm hoping to get TLF running for any 
moderately-serious contesting I do, but it looks like xlog will work nicely 
for my day-to-day needs.

Thanks!

By the way -- I had the same kind of video problems with my EliteGroup 
motherboard -- system crashes that did bad, bad things to the filesystem. 
Switching to a separate video card solved all those problems.

73,
John

--On Sunday, November 03, 2002 11:14 AM -0800 Bob Nielsen <nielsen <at> oz.net> 
wrote:

> On Sun, Nov 03, 2002 at 11:25:37AM -0500, John Ackermann N8UR wrote:
>> Hi all --
>>
>> I'm looking for an X-based logging program for general purpose use.  I'm
>> interested in something that does a good job on basic logging functions,
>> and not necessarily for lots of goodies like rig interface, etc.
>>
>> Thanks for any suggestions.
>
> There are several listed at http://radio.linux.org.au.  I installed the
> xlog Debian package, which looks pretty nice, but I haven't actually
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Joop Stakenborg | 3 Nov 22:47 2002
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Re: Logging program (non-contest) suggestions?

On Sun, 03 Nov 2002 14:27:18 -0500
"John R. Ackermann" <jra <at> febo.com> wrote:

> Hi Bob --
> 
> I had another reference for xlog, and it turns out that it's in Debian 3.0, 
> so it's now installed.  I'm hoping to get TLF running for any 
> moderately-serious contesting I do, but it looks like xlog will work nicely 
> for my day-to-day needs.
> 

Hi John,

You can find xlog-0.7 for Debian 3.0 at:
http://people.debian.org/~pa3aba/download/xlog_0.7woody1_i386.deb

> 
> 73,
> John
> 

Regards,
Joop
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Stephen Kitchener | 3 Nov 22:55 2002
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Re: Logging program (non-contest) suggestions?

On Sunday 03 Nov 2002 16:25, John Ackermann N8UR wrote:
> Hi all --
>
> I'm looking for an X-based logging program for general purpose use.  I'm
> interested in something that does a good job on basic logging functions,
> and not necessarily for lots of goodies like rig interface, etc.

How about http://www.aeminium.org/HamLog/

>
> Thanks for any suggestions.
>
> 73,
> John N8UR
> jra <at> febo.com
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Bob Nielsen | 4 Nov 20:56 2002
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Hamlib and the K2

Has anyone on the list used the Linux hamlib runtime library with an
Elecraft K2 transceiver?  I see that the TS-570 is supported and the K2
uses a subset of the TS-570 commands, so it should work.  I use TLF (a
Linux contesting/logging program which uses hamlib to communicate with
a transceiver).  It shouldn't be difficult to adapt the Kenwood driver
to make one more K2-specific, but if anyone has already looked into
this, I'd like to know.

73, Bob N7XY

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Nate Bargmann | 4 Nov 23:38 2002
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Re: Hamlib and the K2

* Bob Nielsen <nielsen <at> oz.net> [2002 Nov 04 16:12 -0600]:
> Has anyone on the list used the Linux hamlib runtime library with an
> Elecraft K2 transceiver?  I see that the TS-570 is supported and the K2
> uses a subset of the TS-570 commands, so it should work.  I use TLF (a
> Linux contesting/logging program which uses hamlib to communicate with
> a transceiver).  It shouldn't be difficult to adapt the Kenwood driver
> to make one more K2-specific, but if anyone has already looked into
> this, I'd like to know.

Hi Bob.

Head on over to:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/hamlib/

and join up on the Hamlib developer mailing list.  It's a good place to
aks questions and I know Stephane would be interested in your testing
Hamlib with your rig.

Checking out from CVS and building isn't too complicated so you can test
quite easily.

73, de Nate >>

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