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Re: Question

Marty Hartwell
 

HI all
I want to thank those that have responded and will continue to respond
to my question. I also went to
the yahoo groups web page for this group and am reading some of the
articles I found in the files folder there.


These should, and others I hope to find on line, keep me busy and I may
even get myself a PI to play with
shortly.


Marty kd8bj




On 12/01/2015 11:49 AM, David Ranch dranch@trinnet.net
[Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] wrote:


Hello Marty,

I would recommend these two books:

Raspberry Pi User Guide : 2nd Edition -
http://www.amazon.com/Raspberry-User-Guide-Gareth-Halfacree/dp/111846446X
- This book includes interesting history on the development of the
Raspberry Pi, etc. This is the new revision that covers the new v2
Raspberry Pi

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi : Second Edition -
http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920031628.do - This book has less
history but more technical content of understanding the hardware and
some recommended projects to start using the Rpi with


There are a *LOT* of books out there about the Rpi so these are just
examples. I'd recommend to browse around and find some books that you
PERSONALLY like. Please also understand that these aren't core Linux
books. Linux is a topic in itself and there are also a lot of good
books there too (some are free).

--David
KI6ZHD



On 12/01/2015 09:16 AM, Marty Hartwell mhartwe@gmail.com
[Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] wrote:

Hi

I recently sent an email to the linux ham yahoo group asking if the OS
on a Raspberry PI
is a version of Linux, and now realize I should have sent it here
instead or too.
So is Raspian, if that is the correct name for the OS, a version of
Linux. A related question is
can a version of Linux be used on the Raspberry PI.

Is there a PDF file explaining the Raspberry PI or some of the things it
can be used for? I think
I want one to play with but being a ham I think it would be nice to use
it as a small foot print
dedicated to digital use so, I would want to be able to set it up to
build and operate Fldigi
and that suite of tools on it. I have seen reference to someone using
one for DSTAR but I
am not into that now.

Marty kd8bj


Re: Question

Mitch
 

Marty

Yes, Raspbian is a version of Debian GNU Linux which is specifically tailored to the RPi.

FLDIGI is certainly possible and the tarball for compiling is found here.

https://sourceforge.net/projects/fldigi/files/fldigi

The Debian compile from source instructions should work pretty well though by no means are they tailored for the RPi.  There are probably better instructions out there in the ether somewhere. 


See: https://fedorahosted.org/fldigi/wiki/Documentation/HOWTO/BuildOnDebian


On Dec 1, 2015 12:42 PM, "Marty Hartwell mhartwe@... [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO]" <Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@...> wrote:
 

Hi

I recently sent an email to the linux ham yahoo group asking if the OS
on a Raspberry PI
is a version of Linux, and now realize I should have sent it here
instead or too.
So is Raspian, if that is the correct name for the OS, a version of
Linux. A related question is
can a version of Linux be used on the Raspberry PI.

Is there a PDF file explaining the Raspberry PI or some of the things it
can be used for? I think
I want one to play with but being a ham I think it would be nice to use
it as a small foot print
dedicated to digital use so, I would want to be able to set it up to
build and operate Fldigi
and that suite of tools on it. I have seen reference to someone using
one for DSTAR but I
am not into that now.

Marty kd8bj


Re: Raspberry Pi wifi

mike bader
 

greetings

That is where RTFM came from.
Some people refuse to read, or do a google search, or even search if the question has been asked before.
It is just quicker and easier to ask :-)
Some people are not technical and need a simple answer or more hand-holding.
There are some that will go out of their way to help and others that get angry if a single post is Off Topic.
I will offer to help with this off list if needed.

Mike
KB8JHC

On 12/1/2015 1:11 PM, Stephen Farthing squirrox@... [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] wrote:
Charlie,

I would like to try to explain the attitude of the members of the group pointing you elsewhere. There was a time when it was overrun with beginners questions from some people who couldn't be bothered to read the manual or do some basic research. This annoyed the hell out of those of us with some knowledge who were trying to deal with radio ham specifics which the group was set up for rather than the "I bought the RPi now how do I get it to work" type question which there are many, many other forums for. 

Having got that out of the way and in the true spirit of ham radio I would like to give you my ten pence worth. The best way to solve your problem IMHO is to talk to the guy/girl who manages the network in your home. Most of these people are ok, and they might find it very interesting to help you out. They are likely to have a reasonable knowledge of UNIX and networking and they are on the spot. You have a far better chance of getting up and running that way than trying to wade through advice from the Internet. Often with the RPi asking a simple question will invoke a response for diagnostic information which as a newbie it is hard to provide. What can be worse is getting advise from some self appointed expert who, in reality, knows the square root of nothing about the subject. If you can't get help from your network manager try to find a competent local ham to help you out. May be someone in this group lives near enough to you to help you out. 

I find it very encouraging that you are still experimenting and keeping up with technology in a home where it is likely that most of your fellow residents have given up! Long may you prosper. 

73s from a cold and rainy England 

Steve G0XAR

Posted by: Stephen Farthing



Re: Question

William Sherman
 

I agree with David Ranch's suggestion: some books are very helpful.


I also have a few projects on my website that I've done using the Raspberry Pi:

WA8KIM Raspberry Pi

 It's amazing what you can do with the RPi!

-Kim WA8KIM.com


Re: Simple FCC Call Sign LookUp Service

David Gale <mrcruise@...>
 

Would love it if someone made a DX lookup service.

---
73s & Enjoy!
N4IVE - David Gale

On Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 1:23 PM, Nagi Punyamurthula n0agi@... [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] <Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@...> wrote:
 

Hello all –

I just published a simple, no-nonsense, free, call-sign lookup service: Here’s how to get to it and use it.

 

Examples :

1.       http://call.n0agi.com/?c=N0AGI

provides a line formatted output of lookup data. Simply call the url w/ “?c=” followed by call sign in question

 

2.       http://call.n0agi.com/?c=N0AGI&f=0

the “&f=0” format param offers a one line, pipe separated detail.  It spits out a header by default. 

 

Some details behind the scenes:

a.       Web service/page and the guts behind this service is hosted on RASPI Debian as a web farm infrastructure.  Currently, albeit, there’s just one RASPI holding the fort :)

b.      Uses nginx and php5 for web ops

c.       Uses crontab to run job services

d.      Uses grep/awk to parse data and provision output

e.      FCC data is pulled daily overnight into the web farm

f.        Data is currently for US/Americas only.  Plans are to expand to other zones soon

g.       Other formats in the play to come soon. XML, JSON

 

I hope this will be useful to all and kindly drop me a note on your feedback, ideas, etc. or if you run into any problems accessing it

 

Thanks all

 

73, N0AGI-Nagi

http://N0AGI.com/

 

 

 



Re: Raspberry Pi wifi

Pete Mundy <pete@...>
 

Heya Michael

I understand your point, however for the opposite reason I am now unsubscribing from the group. The noise ratio has just got too high.

I suspect that for some of those who post here, this is the only list they’re subscribed to. But I’m sub’d to a couple of dozen lists and post quite frequently in a subset of those to help people who ask smart on-topic questions.

Not ‘does RPi run Linux?’? Is not a smart question. “How do I join wifi” is not a smart question either. Both posts show that the poster hasn’t bothered to do even the simplest of research on their own. They appear to want others to do all the work for them (sheesh, these people haven’t heard of Google?).

I’m sorry that my comments were unhelpful in your opinion Michael (I presume you were referring to mine, although you attributed them to Hank in your quoting). My point I guess was ‘if the list was kept on-topic and less noise then it would attract more useful replies’.

But it won’t attract any more replies from me! Catch some of you on the air some time maybe. I’m outta here. Noise floor too high.

Pete

On 2/12/2015, at 5:06 am, Michael O'Bannon mob@... [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] <Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@...> wrote:

My feathers are not ruffled, but these kind of unhelpful comments make 
me want to unsubscribe from this list. They run counter the traditions 
that make ham radio a rewarding hobby.

73,
Michael KD4SGN

On 12/1/2015 9:51 AM, hank@... [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] wrote:
> Sorry, and I hope this doesn’t ruffle too many feathers, but I disagree
> >with Marty and give a +1 to Charlie. This OP’s query was around basic
> >Linux and RPi use, ie how to sign in and access different types of WiFi
> >networks. This is a generic RPi question and it has nothing to do with
> >Amateur Radio per-se.
> >
> >
> >The poster appears to have put his query to a ham forum because that’s
> >the area in which he will use the appliance once it is operating.
> >Unfortunately that approach ‘waters down’ the list and increases the
> >noise ratio for others subscribers (let alone all the follow-on postings
> >like this one).


Simple FCC Call Sign LookUp Service

Nagi Punyamurthula <n0agi@...>
 

Hello all –

I just published a simple, no-nonsense, free, call-sign lookup service: Here’s how to get to it and use it.

 

Examples :

1.       http://call.n0agi.com/?c=N0AGI

provides a line formatted output of lookup data. Simply call the url w/ “?c=” followed by call sign in question

 

2.       http://call.n0agi.com/?c=N0AGI&f=0

the “&f=0” format param offers a one line, pipe separated detail.  It spits out a header by default. 

 

Some details behind the scenes:

a.       Web service/page and the guts behind this service is hosted on RASPI Debian as a web farm infrastructure.  Currently, albeit, there’s just one RASPI holding the fort :)

b.      Uses nginx and php5 for web ops

c.       Uses crontab to run job services

d.      Uses grep/awk to parse data and provision output

e.      FCC data is pulled daily overnight into the web farm

f.        Data is currently for US/Americas only.  Plans are to expand to other zones soon

g.       Other formats in the play to come soon. XML, JSON

 

I hope this will be useful to all and kindly drop me a note on your feedback, ideas, etc. or if you run into any problems accessing it

 

Thanks all

 

73, N0AGI-Nagi

http://N0AGI.com/

 

 

 


Re: Raspberry Pi wifi

Stephen Farthing <squirrox@...>
 

Charlie,

I would like to try to explain the attitude of the members of the group pointing you elsewhere. There was a time when it was overrun with beginners questions from some people who couldn't be bothered to read the manual or do some basic research. This annoyed the hell out of those of us with some knowledge who were trying to deal with radio ham specifics which the group was set up for rather than the "I bought the RPi now how do I get it to work" type question which there are many, many other forums for. 

Having got that out of the way and in the true spirit of ham radio I would like to give you my ten pence worth. The best way to solve your problem IMHO is to talk to the guy/girl who manages the network in your home. Most of these people are ok, and they might find it very interesting to help you out. They are likely to have a reasonable knowledge of UNIX and networking and they are on the spot. You have a far better chance of getting up and running that way than trying to wade through advice from the Internet. Often with the RPi asking a simple question will invoke a response for diagnostic information which as a newbie it is hard to provide. What can be worse is getting advise from some self appointed expert who, in reality, knows the square root of nothing about the subject. If you can't get help from your network manager try to find a competent local ham to help you out. May be someone in this group lives near enough to you to help you out. 

I find it very encouraging that you are still experimenting and keeping up with technology in a home where it is likely that most of your fellow residents have given up! Long may you prosper. 

73s from a cold and rainy England 

Steve G0XAR


Re: Question

Bjorn Pehrson
 

Raspbian is the correct name. It is a Debian Linux version and it can be
used on te Raspberry Pi.


There is information about what you can use a Raspberry Pi for all over
the web. A good starting point, besides Google, is www.raspberrypi.org.




On 2015-12-01 18:16, Marty Hartwell mhartwe@gmail.com
[Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] wrote:
Hi

I recently sent an email to the linux ham yahoo group asking if the OS
on a Raspberry PI
is a version of Linux, and now realize I should have sent it here
instead or too.
So is Raspian, if that is the correct name for the OS, a version of
Linux. A related question is
can a version of Linux be used on the Raspberry PI.

Is there a PDF file explaining the Raspberry PI or some of the things it
can be used for? I think
I want one to play with but being a ham I think it would be nice to use
it as a small foot print
dedicated to digital use so, I would want to be able to set it up to
build and operate Fldigi
and that suite of tools on it. I have seen reference to someone using
one for DSTAR but I
am not into that now.

Marty kd8bj


Re: Question

David Ranch <dranch@...>
 


Hello Marty,

I would recommend these two books:

   Raspberry Pi User Guide : 2nd Edition - http://www.amazon.com/Raspberry-User-Guide-Gareth-Halfacree/dp/111846446X - This book includes interesting history on the development of the Raspberry Pi, etc.  This is the new revision that covers the new v2 Raspberry Pi

   Getting Started with Raspberry Pi : Second Edition - http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920031628.do - This book has less history but more technical content of understanding the hardware and some recommended projects to start using the Rpi with


There are a *LOT* of books out there about the Rpi so these are just examples.  I'd recommend to browse around and find some books that you PERSONALLY like.  Please also understand that these aren't core Linux books.  Linux is a topic in itself and there are also a lot of good books there too (some are free).

--David
KI6ZHD
  


On 12/01/2015 09:16 AM, Marty Hartwell mhartwe@... [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] wrote:
 

Hi

I recently sent an email to the linux ham yahoo group asking if the OS
on a Raspberry PI
is a version of Linux, and now realize I should have sent it here
instead or too.
So is Raspian, if that is the correct name for the OS, a version of
Linux. A related question is
can a version of Linux be used on the Raspberry PI.

Is there a PDF file explaining the Raspberry PI or some of the things it
can be used for? I think
I want one to play with but being a ham I think it would be nice to use
it as a small foot print
dedicated to digital use so, I would want to be able to set it up to
build and operate Fldigi
and that suite of tools on it. I have seen reference to someone using
one for DSTAR but I
am not into that now.

Marty kd8bj



Re: Question

kc2oon@...
 

Yes. Raspberry can run and most of the time runs on a version of Linux.
It can be used for FLDIGI and as a DRATS server for DSTAR or even with a DVMega or DV dongle as a dstar hotspot/gateway. 

Keith.


Question

Marty Hartwell
 

Hi


I recently sent an email to the linux ham yahoo group asking if the OS
on a Raspberry PI
is a version of Linux, and now realize I should have sent it here
instead or too.
So is Raspian, if that is the correct name for the OS, a version of
Linux. A related question is
can a version of Linux be used on the Raspberry PI.


Is there a PDF file explaining the Raspberry PI or some of the things it
can be used for? I think
I want one to play with but being a ham I think it would be nice to use
it as a small foot print
dedicated to digital use so, I would want to be able to set it up to
build and operate Fldigi
and that suite of tools on it. I have seen reference to someone using
one for DSTAR but I
am not into that now.


Marty kd8bj


Re: Raspberry Pi wifi

Jerry Wade
 

I hardly know anything about the Linux OS.   I am used to using WinDV by DutchStar which has a very nice control panel where you can see you are connected and can easily change reflectors.   Can this be the same on a Raspberry Pi 2 or do you lose the control panel completely?   If so, does anyone have the step-by-step instructions on how to do this?

KG5JBC


On Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 10:11 AM, Mathison Ott mathisono@... [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] <Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@...> wrote:
 

Sad sad sad help a ham.

What's your WiFi log in experience like with a laptop? Do you need to log in then?

I don't set my RPI's WiFi up over command line, its normally with the GUI, now that it works! ( I had problems in some of the first release)

If you can provided info on how you normally use your WiFi it will help a lot.

Don't mind the trolls...

73 mathison kj6dzb

On Dec 1, 2015 7:00 AM, "hank@... [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO]" <Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@...> wrote:
 

I think we are spending more time to explain why we shouldn't help him
than if someone had actually answered the question. Marty, if I knew the
answer, I would have helped.

73,

Hank Lambert
KB4MTO / TA5ZC
www.hanklambert.com

> Dear list,
>
>
> Sorry, and I hope this doesn’t ruffle too many feathers, but I disagree
> with Marty and give a +1 to Charlie. This OP’s query was around basic
> Linux and RPi use, ie how to sign in and access different types of WiFi
> networks. This is a generic RPi question and it has nothing to do with
> Amateur Radio per-se.
>
>
> The poster appears to have put his query to a ham forum because that’s
> the area in which he will use the appliance once it is operating.
> Unfortunately that approach ‘waters down’ the list and increases the
> noise ratio for others subscribers (let alone all the follow-on postings
> like this one).
>
>
> It also means that others searching Raspberry Pi the various support
> forums for answers don’t find this thread, so they miss out too.
>
>
> http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
>
>
> Pete
>
>




--

Jerry W Wade
(817) 455-2683


Re: Raspberry Pi wifi

mathison ott
 

Sad sad sad help a ham.

What's your WiFi log in experience like with a laptop? Do you need to log in then?

I don't set my RPI's WiFi up over command line, its normally with the GUI, now that it works! ( I had problems in some of the first release)

If you can provided info on how you normally use your WiFi it will help a lot.

Don't mind the trolls...

73 mathison kj6dzb

On Dec 1, 2015 7:00 AM, "hank@... [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO]" <Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@...> wrote:
 

I think we are spending more time to explain why we shouldn't help him
than if someone had actually answered the question. Marty, if I knew the
answer, I would have helped.

73,

Hank Lambert
KB4MTO / TA5ZC
www.hanklambert.com

> Dear list,
>
>
> Sorry, and I hope this doesn’t ruffle too many feathers, but I disagree
> with Marty and give a +1 to Charlie. This OP’s query was around basic
> Linux and RPi use, ie how to sign in and access different types of WiFi
> networks. This is a generic RPi question and it has nothing to do with
> Amateur Radio per-se.
>
>
> The poster appears to have put his query to a ham forum because that’s
> the area in which he will use the appliance once it is operating.
> Unfortunately that approach ‘waters down’ the list and increases the
> noise ratio for others subscribers (let alone all the follow-on postings
> like this one).
>
>
> It also means that others searching Raspberry Pi the various support
> forums for answers don’t find this thread, so they miss out too.
>
>
> http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
>
>
> Pete
>
>


Re: Raspberry Pi wifi

mathison ott
 

Sad sad sad help a ham.

What's your WiFi log in experience like with a laptop? Do you need to log in then?

I don't set my RPI's WiFi up over command line, its normally with the GUI, now that it works! ( I had problems in some of the first release)

If you can provided info on how you normally use your WiFi it will help a lot.

Don't mind the trolls...

73 mathison kj6dzb

On Dec 1, 2015 7:00 AM, "hank@... [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO]" <Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@...> wrote:
 

I think we are spending more time to explain why we shouldn't help him
than if someone had actually answered the question. Marty, if I knew the
answer, I would have helped.

73,

Hank Lambert
KB4MTO / TA5ZC
www.hanklambert.com

> Dear list,
>
>
> Sorry, and I hope this doesn’t ruffle too many feathers, but I disagree
> with Marty and give a +1 to Charlie. This OP’s query was around basic
> Linux and RPi use, ie how to sign in and access different types of WiFi
> networks. This is a generic RPi question and it has nothing to do with
> Amateur Radio per-se.
>
>
> The poster appears to have put his query to a ham forum because that’s
> the area in which he will use the appliance once it is operating.
> Unfortunately that approach ‘waters down’ the list and increases the
> noise ratio for others subscribers (let alone all the follow-on postings
> like this one).
>
>
> It also means that others searching Raspberry Pi the various support
> forums for answers don’t find this thread, so they miss out too.
>
>
> http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
>
>
> Pete
>
>


Re: Raspberry Pi wifi

Michael O'Bannon
 

My feathers are not ruffled, but these kind of unhelpful comments make
me want to unsubscribe from this list. They run counter the traditions
that make ham radio a rewarding hobby.


73,
Michael KD4SGN

On 12/1/2015 9:51 AM, hank@hanklambert.com [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] wrote:
Sorry, and I hope this doesn’t ruffle too many feathers, but I disagree
with Marty and give a +1 to Charlie. This OP’s query was around basic
Linux and RPi use, ie how to sign in and access different types of WiFi
networks. This is a generic RPi question and it has nothing to do with
Amateur Radio per-se.


The poster appears to have put his query to a ham forum because that’s
the area in which he will use the appliance once it is operating.
Unfortunately that approach ‘waters down’ the list and increases the
noise ratio for others subscribers (let alone all the follow-on postings
like this one).


Re: Raspberry Pi wifi

Hank Lambert (KB4MTO)
 

I think we are spending more time to explain why we shouldn't help him
than if someone had actually answered the question. Marty, if I knew the
answer, I would have helped.


73,


Hank Lambert
KB4MTO / TA5ZC
www.hanklambert.com

Dear list,


Sorry, and I hope this doesn’t ruffle too many feathers, but I disagree
with Marty and give a +1 to Charlie. This OP’s query was around basic
Linux and RPi use, ie how to sign in and access different types of WiFi
networks. This is a generic RPi question and it has nothing to do with
Amateur Radio per-se.


The poster appears to have put his query to a ham forum because that’s
the area in which he will use the appliance once it is operating.
Unfortunately that approach ‘waters down’ the list and increases the
noise ratio for others subscribers (let alone all the follow-on postings
like this one).


It also means that others searching Raspberry Pi the various support
forums for answers don’t find this thread, so they miss out too.


http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html


Pete


Watchdog did not start at boot with Jessie distro

Bernard f6bvp / ai7bg
 

Hi all,


In my previous post there was a typo when installing watchdog.
The command line should be :


sudo apt-get install watchdog chkconfig


By the way, with Jessie distro, RPi watchdog was not working, even after
a correct install and configuration.
However somebody found the solution :


http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/33850/pi-b-raspbian-jessie-watchdog-doesnt-start-at-boot


73 de Bernard, f6bvp

Le 29/11/2015 14:26, f6bvp a écrit :

apt-get install watchdog chkonfig (in order to let run very usefull
RPi watchdog for stand alone nodes and embedded systems)


Re: Raspberry Pi wifi

Pete Mundy <pete@...>
 

Dear list,

Sorry, and I hope this doesn’t ruffle too many feathers, but I disagree with Marty and give a +1 to Charlie. This OP’s query was around basic Linux and RPi use, ie how to sign in and access different types of WiFi networks. This is a generic RPi question and it has nothing to do with Amateur Radio per-se.

The poster appears to have put his query to a ham forum because that’s the area in which he will use the appliance once it is operating. Unfortunately that approach ‘waters down’ the list and increases the noise ratio for others subscribers (let alone all the follow-on postings like this one).

It also means that others searching Raspberry Pi the various support forums for answers don’t find this thread, so they miss out too.


Pete



On 1/12/2015, at 6:48 am, Marty Hartwell mhartwe@... [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] <Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@...> wrote:

Hi

Personally to me it is a Ham radio related topic. I want to know more 
about using
the Raspberrry PI 2 B or the latest version for ham related activities. 
So is the one David
quoted a better site to get information on what to use for OS, or a 
different one altogether?

Marty kd8bj

On 11/30/2015 10:54 AM, David Ranch dranch@... 
[Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] wrote:
>
>
> Hello Charlie,
>
> This really isn't a HAM radio related topic so you might want to take
> your question to another Linux forum. You didn't mention which Linux
> distro and distro version you're running but assuming you're using
> Raspian Jessie, I would start here:
>
> #Raspberry PI - Troubleshooting forum
> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewforum.php?f=28&sid=7e7e3a2346ec741607f5f3df2111d965
>
> --David
> KI6ZHD
>
> 



Re: Raspberry Pi wifi

Marty Hartwell
 

Hi

Personally to me it is a Ham radio related topic. I want to know more about using
the Raspberrry PI 2 B or the latest version for ham related activities. So is the one David
quoted a better site to get information on what to use for OS, or a different one altogether?

Marty kd8bj

On 11/30/2015 10:54 AM, David Ranch dranch@trinnet.net [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] wrote:


Hello Charlie,

This really isn't a HAM radio related topic so you might want to take
your question to another Linux forum. You didn't mention which Linux
distro and distro version you're running but assuming you're using
Raspian Jessie, I would start here:

#Raspberry PI - Troubleshooting forum
https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewforum.php?f=28&sid=7e7e3a2346ec741607f5f3df2111d965

--David
KI6ZHD

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