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moderated Re: Scanning Feature

"Jose A. Amador" <amador@...>
 

Steve Friis wrote:

Probably all the Linux PC's would be set. I think the Windoz people would have to add a program to do that. There was one way back when called NMEAtime that during a period of time would check and set the PC clock. It worked on dialup and perm connections. I think they charged $5.00 for it.
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For Windows, some time ago I used NBSTIME32, free, with good results.

73,
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moderated Re: Scanning Feature

"Jose A. Amador" <amador@...>
 

roger g6ckr wrote:

Hi.
Was your system clock deliberately set to 2005 too make a point ;-)
No, not at all.

Just that the CMOS battery is failing again (I changed it a month ago when I noticed the start of a problem to develop) and just pressed F1 during a "easy way out" startup this morning. My mistake...

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moderated Port

"Kevin der Kinderen" <kevin@...>
 

Hey Dave... thanks for the invite.

When's the Microsoft port coming out? ;)

73,
Kev - K4VD


moderated linuxham

"dave cooper" <ve3ixi@...>
 

Good Morning

up early putting the final touches on the ham end of the new
install.

have gMFSK hamlib xlog and callgit all working fine (think)

Think this group will be a good addition.

Dave (ve3ixi)
Goderich Ontario


moderated Re: Port

"dave cooper" <ve3ixi@...>
 

--- In linuxham@..., "Kevin der Kinderen" <kevin@...> wrote:

Hey Dave... thanks for the invite.

When's the Microsoft port coming out? ;)

73,
Kev - K4VD
Kevin

Micro....what..

tell ya what kevin... I will fire up the laptop on mixW if u will fire
up Linux and gMFSK....LOL

hey nice to see ya....
and welcome
post ur website here....its worth everyone having a look at (iffin u wish)


moderated Re: linuxham

9450gray@...
 

Thanks for the invite here also ...
Got gMFSK -hjk up and running about 7 days ago on Debian "Sarge" with xlog.

Tnx
Tim KC4UMS


From: "dave cooper" <ve3ixi@...>
Date: 2006/02/18 Sat AM 03:17:38 EST> To: linuxham@...
Subject: [linuxham] linuxham>
Good Morning

up early putting the final touches on the ham end of the new
install.

have gMFSK hamlib xlog and callgit all working fine (think)

Think this group will be a good addition.

Dave (ve3ixi)
Goderich Ontario








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moderated modes

"dave cooper" <ve3ixi@...>
 

Ok now I know that my favorite mode is mfsk16... and maybe this
should be a Poll thing, but would like to see what others think.
The main reason for this is the comprimise between bandwidth and
percentage of copy. The second reason is I just like the sound of
it.

Dave(hkj) has led me astray with 23 shift RTTY that blew most of
my conclusions away. Also the 2 tone Olivia needs to be looked at
also...

bpsk31 is the most common mode for normal for digi comms, but is
it the best overall.

Any ideas, preferences or just plain comments?

Dave(ve3ixi)


moderated Two feature suggestions

Joe Veldhuis <kd8atu@...>
 

A few things that may be useful for gMFSK:

1. CW ID for Olivia. Currently the program already does this for MT63,
however I can imagine it being very useful for Olivia, especially when
you're not running 1000/32 or 500/16. Just have it send "$mycall Olivia
$bw/$tones" a few Hz below the lowest tone.

2. TX timer. Show how long you've been transmitting, and how long it
will take to send the text currently in the buffer. Optionally, make it
show some warning (or refuse to take more text) if a certain time limit
will be exceeded. This would be great for operation through a repeater,
where the 3-minute timeout timer hangs ominously overhead as you're
typing out your message.

-Joe, KD8ATU


moderated Re: Two feature suggestions

"w1hkj" <w1hkj@...>
 

Interesting suggestions Joe. The CW ID might be pretty easy to
implement. The same for the timer showing elapsed time during
transmit. Not so sure about the estimate for transmitting the text
buffer. Psk, MFSK and Olivia all use Varicode(s), like CW, which
means each characters time weighting would have to be calculated and
added to the buffer time count (and subtracted as it is transmitted).
Might be possible to implement.

I see a lot of interest on the the air regarding the Multipsk
waterfall signature that can be applied to the end or beginning of the
transmission. I've only seen it done once, but looked rather easy to
read. Too bad Patrick does not release his source or methods to the
general public.

Dave


moderated gmfsk & serial counter

"edw3nr" <autek@...>
 

I'm obviously doing something wrong, but don't know what. I get:

run_command error:failed to execute child process "/home/ed/contest"
(permission denied)

I looked at the permissions and they seem right, so what am I missing
? I get the first part of the macro, but not the serial number in the
buffer. I just used the examples from the readme to test the setup.

Any ideas ???

Ed W3NR

Debian Sarge 3.1 gMfsk ver 0.6


moderated Re: gmfsk & serial counter

w1hkj <w1hkj@...>
 

Ed,

If you execute the Makefile (make) in the contest directory and then do ls -l
you should see something like this:

-rwxr-xr-x 1 dave dave 6328 2006-02-20 17:37 contest
-rw-r--r-- 1 dave dave 1060 2006-02-15 04:24 contest.cpp
-rwxr-xr-x 1 dave dave 1023 2006-02-15 08:19 contest.sh
-rw-r--r-- 1 dave dave 0 2006-02-20 17:37 listing
-rw-r--r-- 1 dave dave 155 2006-02-15 20:37 Makefile
-rw-r--r-- 1 dave dave 1438 2006-02-15 20:39 README

notice that both the file "contest" and "contest.sh" are executable and owned by the present user.

From within that directory execute
./contest
or
./contest.sh

and you will find a new file created called "contest.cnt"

the execute either
./contest +
or
./contest.sh +

and you will see
0001
as the conio output
and the "contest.cnt" file will be incremented to 0001

Try this before attempting the macros from with gmfsk.

Are you running gmfsk as a normal user or have you setuid on the file or possibly running as root? You don't have to do either if you set the group permissions on the /dev devices properly.

All of the code that you are using has been developed on a Debian system.

Dave


moderated Re: gmfsk & serial counter

"edw3nr" <autek@...>
 

--- In linuxham@..., w1hkj <w1hkj@...> wrote:

Ed,

If you execute the Makefile (make) in the contest directory and then do
ls -l
you should see something like this:

-rwxr-xr-x 1 dave dave 6328 2006-02-20 17:37 contest
-rw-r--r-- 1 dave dave 1060 2006-02-15 04:24 contest.cpp
-rwxr-xr-x 1 dave dave 1023 2006-02-15 08:19 contest.sh
-rw-r--r-- 1 dave dave 0 2006-02-20 17:37 listing
-rw-r--r-- 1 dave dave 155 2006-02-15 20:37 Makefile
-rw-r--r-- 1 dave dave 1438 2006-02-15 20:39 README

notice that both the file "contest" and "contest.sh" are executable and
owned by the present user.

From within that directory execute
./contest
or
./contest.sh

and you will find a new file created called "contest.cnt"

the execute either
./contest +
or
./contest.sh +

and you will see
0001
as the conio output
and the "contest.cnt" file will be incremented to 0001

Try this before attempting the macros from with gmfsk.

Are you running gmfsk as a normal user or have you setuid on the
file or
possibly running as root? You don't have to do either if you set the
group permissions on the /dev devices properly.

All of the code that you are using has been developed on a Debian
system.

Dave

Dave, I have no "contest" , but have everything else. All the
permissions are set to user. My contest.sh is showing as green when I
do a ls -l. I do have the "contest.cnt". Do I need to run the shell
script for contet.sh ??/ if so how is that done. Never had to do that
before. I know its something I'm not doing on my end ...but what.

Ed


moderated Re: gmfsk & serial counter

"edw3nr" <autek@...>
 

--- In linuxham@..., w1hkj <w1hkj@...> wrote:

Ed,

If you execute the Makefile (make) in the contest directory and then do
ls -l
you should see something like this:

-rwxr-xr-x 1 dave dave 6328 2006-02-20 17:37 contest
-rw-r--r-- 1 dave dave 1060 2006-02-15 04:24 contest.cpp
-rwxr-xr-x 1 dave dave 1023 2006-02-15 08:19 contest.sh
-rw-r--r-- 1 dave dave 0 2006-02-20 17:37 listing
-rw-r--r-- 1 dave dave 155 2006-02-15 20:37 Makefile
-rw-r--r-- 1 dave dave 1438 2006-02-15 20:39 README

notice that both the file "contest" and "contest.sh" are executable and
owned by the present user.

Here is my output

-rw-r--r-- 1 ed ed 155 Feb 15 20:37 Makefile
-rw-r--r-- 1 ed ed 1438 Feb 15 20:39 README
-rw-r--r-- 1 ed ed 2 Feb 20 18:08 contest.cnt
-rw-r--r-- 1 ed ed 1060 Feb 15 04:24 contest.cpp
-rwxr-xr-x 1 ed ed 1023 Feb 15 08:19 contest.sh


Ed


moderated Re: gmfsk & serial counter **SOLVED**

"edw3nr" <autek@...>
 

I took a break as my mind was not functioning well, and I was just
guessing. Altho I had RTFM, I didn't do it well enough. I didn't have
a full path statement in the macro. I knew it was something simple, as
usual around here. Now, how do I start the counter with 001 instead of
0001. ??

Ed W3NR


moderated Email Address

"edw3nr" <autek@...>
 

Dave or Dave, is there any way to hide our email address's in our
post. This is the only yahoo group I belong to that does this. Thanks

Ed


moderated Re: Email Address

"w1hkj" <w1hkj@...>
 

I have changed the permissions in individual memberships to allow the
member to elect to hide their email address. Please note that by
doing that you will only be able to post messages to the group on the
group messages page (web page) and not from your email account.

If you do not want your email address displayed in the listings then
choose this option.

Dave (hkj)


moderated Contest Counter

"dave cooper" <ve3ixi@...>
 

ED-

Glad that Dave was able to work with you on the contest counter and
get it working.
He has worked with me on similar stuff and was kind enuff to work
with me on the interface for the Icom 728. That took a few go
arounds but in the end its up and running and stable.
Made life a lot more fun on this end.

The gMFSK version that hkj and I use is well worth all looking at.
The improvements make for a much more user friendly program and at
the same time bring it up to level of digital software that is equal
if not better than anything on the bands today.

Dave(ve3ixi)


moderated Re: Email Address

"edw3nr" <autek@...>
 

--- In linuxham@..., "w1hkj" <w1hkj@...> wrote:

I have changed the permissions in individual memberships to allow the
member to elect to hide their email address. Please note that by
doing that you will only be able to post messages to the group on the
group messages page (web page) and not from your email account.

If you do not want your email address displayed in the listings then
choose this option.

Dave (hkj)

I just noticed that my email address is the only one not suppressed.
Guess its a problem on my end.

Ed


moderated Serial Number Question

"edw3nr" <autek@...>
 

Is there a way to send the number more than once in a single exchange?
Say as :

qsl ur 599 001 001 001 qsl


Ed W3NR


moderated Re: Serial Number Question

w1hkj <w1hkj@...>
 

Sure is Ed.

In the script file:
change the line

printf "%04d &#92;n" $count

to be

printf "%03d %03d %03d &#92;n" $count $count $count

In the c++ file:

change the line

cout << counter << " " << endl;

to be
cout << counter << " " << counter << " " << counter << " " << endl;

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