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First open FLDIGI.
Then, open FLAMP.
FLAMP must be up and running BEFORE you receive a FLAMP message, unlike FLMSG which opens a new window with each new FLMSG message.
On Sep 12, 2020, at 6:08 PM, Kyle <kyle@...
I am a fairly new ham and have been learning to use the nbems/fldigi suite with my local ARES group on an VHF repeater.
I'm using a FTM-400XDR with a signalink and a rPi 4.
So far I have had success with fldigi, flmsg, and flarq. I have even been able to transmit a file with flamp. When I try to receive a file via flamp I see the data in fldigi, but the flamp window never populates. I am at a loss as to what could be the problem.