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Re: Flrig vs hamlib

Cliff
 

Dick,

The advantage of flrig is that you have many more controls available on screen. 

The easiest way to do it is in the fldigi Configuration Menu/Rig Control go to the flrig tab and check the top box in the window and save  Close fldigi, install flrig  and set it up with the same com port, baud rate etc. as you are now using in hamlib. You should have rig control now from flrig. Start fldigi and it should pickup flrig control and you’re ready to go. Once you are running then the Poll and Restore config tabs in flrig can be set as you wish. The flrig manual should give the details. Give it a try and if you don’t like it you can always go back to hamlib.

73,
Cliff, AE5ZA

On Jan 16, 2019, at 16:23, Richard Rohrer <kc3ef@...> wrote:

I have been using hamlib to control all of my three radios, IC7410, IC7100, and FT817nd and have had no problems.  Is there any advantage of using Flrig?  When I tried before it seemed to not show the correct frequency with the IC7410.  I did not like Rigcat since it does not display the digital mode for the Icom. Any thoughts.  

73
Dick - KC3EF

Re: 6 meter frequencies

Dan Howie
 

Now that’s what you call a serious 6 meter answer. I’ve never had a 6 meter rig, and was going by the ARRL bandplan. Dan w4mnc
 

Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 5:55 PM
Subject: Re: [winfldigi] 6 meter frequencies
 
You can try:

http://www.arrl.org/band-plan

6 Meters CW/SSB/Digital
50.060-50.080 CW Beacons (unattended sub-band)
see: <http://www.keele.ac.uk/depts/por/50.htm>
50.080-50.100 CW QSO's
50.100-50.125 DX Window
50.110 DX Calling Frequency
50.125 North American SSB Calling Frequency
50.133-50.430 Voice Nets see: <http://6mt.com/nets.htm>
<http://www.google.com>
50.255 FSK441  lower practical limit for most QSO's
50.260 FSK441 Calling Frequency
50.285 FSK441 upper practical limit for most QSO's
50.290 SSB PSK31
50.291 PropNET http://www.PropNET.org (with +1500hz PSK audio)
50.300 or 50.700 RTTY?
50.620 Packet Calling Frequency
6 Meters
50.680 SSTV

Bandplan
Frequencies Segment/Net name Mode Comments Website
50-50.1 CW CW    
50.01-50.3 SSB SSB Europe  
50.058 FISTS CW   http://www.fists.org
50.06-50.08 Beacons CW    
50.1-50.125 DX Window Other Mixed CW/SSB  
50.1-50.3 SSB SSB    
50.11 DX Window Other DX Calling Frequency. CW/SSB. Once you establish a QSO, please move off this frequency.  
50.125 SSB SSB Domestic calling frequency. You CQ there for US/US QSO's - once established you move up the band to continue.  
50.155 Ragchew SSB    
50.16 Radio Scout Frequency SSB   http://home.tiscali.nl/worldscout/Jota/frequencies.htm
50.16 Radio Scout Frequency CW   http://home.tiscali.nl/worldscout/Jota/frequencies.htm
50.1625 HFPACK SSB USB - Portable Calling Frequency - Mobile- Portable - Base - Marine - Aero - HFpack http://hfpack.com
50.1625 ALE Other ALE Voice, Data. Amateur Radio ALE is USB standard Automatic Link Establishment 2.2kHz Bandwidth  
50.2 6M SSB Net SSB Tuesday 8 PM Central time. KQ0J net control.  
50.215-50.25 JT6M Digital EUROPE JT6m (Center 50.230)  
50.25 JT6M Digital Calling Frequency for JT6M (Weak band enhancements) http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.25 AM AM AM - Northern Colorado http://www.amwindow.org/freq.htm
50.255-50.285 Digital Digital FSK441 & JT6M meteor scatter http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.26 FSK441A Digital Calling Frequency for FSK441A (Meteor Scatter Contacts Only) http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.272 Net SSB Yankee SSB Net, meeting since the 1960s, Sunday am 9:30 Local Time http://yankee6meterssbnet.blogspot.com
50.276 JT65-A Digital Newly developed JT65A is finding a home here  
50.276 JT65 Digital Weak Signal Users  
50.276 JT65a Digital calling frequency  
50.28 Meteor Scatter SSB Digital WSJT-X
50.29 Digital Digital Calling Frequency for PSK31 and Hell modes http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.29 MFSK16 Digital   http://kf4houtn.tripod.com/snddigi.htm
50.29 BPSK31 Digital Been the defacto frequency for years  
50.291 Propagation tracking Digital PropNET is an ad-hoc 2-way RF-based digital communication network whose activity is reported on the Internet for the purpose of propagation tracking. http://www.propnet.org
50.292-50.2925 Olivia Digital OLIVIA CALLING FREQUENCY - Dial_Frequency=50291.5kHzUSB - Audio_Center_Frequency_750Hz - Olivia_Format=500/16 [Region 2] http://groups.yahoo.com/group/oliviadata/
50.3 Digital Digital Operating Frequency for RTTY and MFSK http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.3 rtty Other Digital On Six (DOS) http://www.ykc.com/wa5ufh/DOS/index.html
50.4 6M So Cal AM Net SSB 6M AM Net So. Cal 10am Sundays. Net Control AA6DD  
50.4 6M AM calling AM Mainly Saturday night 6M AM NY / PA round table talks. Anyone with 6M AM anywhere can join in.  
50.62 Packet Digital Digital (packet) calling  
50.62 Packet Digital 1200baud http://aprs.org/6m-aprs.html
50.644 FSQ Digital FSQ Calling Frequency larry@...
50.68 SSTV FM   http://www.amateur-radio-wiki.net/index.php?title=SSTV_frequencies
50.8-51 Remote control Digital 20-kHz channels  
51 Military backpack radio FM Equipment usually low power (< 5W and inefficient antennas) and sporadic in time and geography (Hamfests, milrad exhibits, etc.)  
51-51.1 DX Window CW Pacific DX window  
51.12-51.18 Repeater inputs Digital Digital repeaters  
51.12-51.48 Repeater inputs AM 19 channels  
51.5 Local FM Simplex - General Conversation FM In Phoenix, AZ, this new network is under construction. https://www.facebook.com/5150-Net-1736240103341311/
51.62-51.68 Repeater outputs Digital Digital repeaters  
51.62-51.98 Repeater outputs AM 19 channels  
52-52.48 Repeater inputs AM    
52.02 FM Simplex FM    
52.04 FM Simplex FM    
52.49 VT Allstar Link FM vt allstar link 42668 https:/www.vermontallstarnetwork.com
52.5-52.98 Repeater outputs AM    
52.525 FM Simplex FM Primary FM Simplex  
52.54 FM Simplex FM Secondary FM Simplex  
53-53.48 Repeater inputs AM    
53.15 Emergency FM WICEN - Emergency communications support & training in Australia (VK) http://www.wicen.org.au/
53.5 Remote control Digital    
53.5-53.98 Repeater outputs AM    
53.6
Remote control Digital    
53.7 Remote control Digital    
53.8 Remote control Digital    
53.9 FM Simplex FM    

Hope this helps.

 

Re: 6 meter frequencies

Gene Rozea
 

 

 

From: Gene Rozea
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 6:29 PM
To: winfldigi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [winfldigi] 6 meter frequencies

 

If memory serves, 50.0 to 50.1 included Radio Control channels. I still have several Tx/Rx setups.

 

 Found it  - memory did not serve!

 

50.8-51.0

Radio remote control (20-kHz channels)

 

 

Re: 6 meter frequencies

Gene Rozea
 

If memory serves, 50.0 to 50.1 included Radio Control channels. I still have several Tx/Rx setups.

 

 


From: winfldigi@groups.io <winfldigi@groups.io> on behalf of Dave Alexander <dave.alexander1947@...>
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 5:55:57 PM
To: winfldigi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [winfldigi] 6 meter frequencies
 
You can try:

http://www.arrl.org/band-plan

6 Meters CW/SSB/Digital
50.060-50.080 CW Beacons (unattended sub-band)
see: <http://www.keele.ac.uk/depts/por/50.htm>
50.080-50.100 CW QSO's
50.100-50.125 DX Window
50.110 DX Calling Frequency
50.125 North American SSB Calling Frequency
50.133-50.430 Voice Nets see: <http://6mt.com/nets.htm>
<http://www.google.com>
50.255 FSK441  lower practical limit for most QSO's
50.260 FSK441 Calling Frequency
50.285 FSK441 upper practical limit for most QSO's
50.290 SSB PSK31
50.291 PropNET http://www.PropNET.org (with +1500hz PSK audio)
50.300 or 50.700 RTTY?
50.620 Packet Calling Frequency
6 Meters
50.680 SSTV

Bandplan
Frequencies Segment/Net name Mode Comments Website
50-50.1 CW CW    
50.01-50.3 SSB SSB Europe  
50.058 FISTS CW   http://www.fists.org
50.06-50.08 Beacons CW    
50.1-50.125 DX Window Other Mixed CW/SSB  
50.1-50.3 SSB SSB    
50.11 DX Window Other DX Calling Frequency. CW/SSB. Once you establish a QSO, please move off this frequency.  
50.125 SSB SSB Domestic calling frequency. You CQ there for US/US QSO's - once established you move up the band to continue.  
50.155 Ragchew SSB    
50.16 Radio Scout Frequency SSB   http://home.tiscali.nl/worldscout/Jota/frequencies.htm
50.16 Radio Scout Frequency CW   http://home.tiscali.nl/worldscout/Jota/frequencies.htm
50.1625 HFPACK SSB USB - Portable Calling Frequency - Mobile- Portable - Base - Marine - Aero - HFpack http://hfpack.com
50.1625 ALE Other ALE Voice, Data. Amateur Radio ALE is USB standard Automatic Link Establishment 2.2kHz Bandwidth  
50.2 6M SSB Net SSB Tuesday 8 PM Central time. KQ0J net control.  
50.215-50.25 JT6M Digital EUROPE JT6m (Center 50.230)  
50.25 JT6M Digital Calling Frequency for JT6M (Weak band enhancements) http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.25 AM AM AM - Northern Colorado http://www.amwindow.org/freq.htm
50.255-50.285 Digital Digital FSK441 & JT6M meteor scatter http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.26 FSK441A Digital Calling Frequency for FSK441A (Meteor Scatter Contacts Only) http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.272 Net SSB Yankee SSB Net, meeting since the 1960s, Sunday am 9:30 Local Time http://yankee6meterssbnet.blogspot.com
50.276 JT65-A Digital Newly developed JT65A is finding a home here  
50.276 JT65 Digital Weak Signal Users  
50.276 JT65a Digital calling frequency  
50.28 Meteor Scatter SSB Digital WSJT-X
50.29 Digital Digital Calling Frequency for PSK31 and Hell modes http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.29 MFSK16 Digital   http://kf4houtn.tripod.com/snddigi.htm
50.29 BPSK31 Digital Been the defacto frequency for years  
50.291 Propagation tracking Digital PropNET is an ad-hoc 2-way RF-based digital communication network whose activity is reported on the Internet for the purpose of propagation tracking. http://www.propnet.org
50.292-50.2925 Olivia Digital OLIVIA CALLING FREQUENCY - Dial_Frequency=50291.5kHzUSB - Audio_Center_Frequency_750Hz - Olivia_Format=500/16 [Region 2] http://groups.yahoo.com/group/oliviadata/
50.3 Digital Digital Operating Frequency for RTTY and MFSK http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.3 rtty Other Digital On Six (DOS) http://www.ykc.com/wa5ufh/DOS/index.html
50.4 6M So Cal AM Net SSB 6M AM Net So. Cal 10am Sundays. Net Control AA6DD  
50.4 6M AM calling AM Mainly Saturday night 6M AM NY / PA round table talks. Anyone with 6M AM anywhere can join in.  
50.62 Packet Digital Digital (packet) calling  
50.62 Packet Digital 1200baud http://aprs.org/6m-aprs.html
50.644 FSQ Digital FSQ Calling Frequency larry@...
50.68 SSTV FM   http://www.amateur-radio-wiki.net/index.php?title=SSTV_frequencies
50.8-51 Remote control Digital 20-kHz channels  
51 Military backpack radio FM Equipment usually low power (< 5W and inefficient antennas) and sporadic in time and geography (Hamfests, milrad exhibits, etc.)  
51-51.1 DX Window CW Pacific DX window  
51.12-51.18 Repeater inputs Digital Digital repeaters  
51.12-51.48 Repeater inputs AM 19 channels  
51.5 Local FM Simplex - General Conversation FM In Phoenix, AZ, this new network is under construction. https://www.facebook.com/5150-Net-1736240103341311/
51.62-51.68 Repeater outputs Digital Digital repeaters  
51.62-51.98 Repeater outputs AM 19 channels  
52-52.48 Repeater inputs AM    
52.02 FM Simplex FM    
52.04 FM Simplex FM    
52.49 VT Allstar Link FM vt allstar link 42668 https:/www.vermontallstarnetwork.com
52.5-52.98 Repeater outputs AM    
52.525 FM Simplex FM Primary FM Simplex  
52.54 FM Simplex FM Secondary FM Simplex  
53-53.48 Repeater inputs AM    
53.15 Emergency FM WICEN - Emergency communications support & training in Australia (VK) http://www.wicen.org.au/
53.5 Remote control Digital    
53.5-53.98 Repeater outputs AM    
53.6
Remote control Digital    
53.7 Remote control Digital    
53.8 Remote control Digital    
53.9 FM Simplex FM    

Hope this helps.

 

Re: 6 meter frequencies

 

You can try:

http://www.arrl.org/band-plan

6 Meters CW/SSB/Digital
50.060-50.080 CW Beacons (unattended sub-band)
see: <http://www.keele.ac.uk/depts/por/50.htm>
50.080-50.100 CW QSO's
50.100-50.125 DX Window
50.110 DX Calling Frequency
50.125 North American SSB Calling Frequency
50.133-50.430 Voice Nets see: <http://6mt.com/nets.htm>
<http://www.google.com>
50.255 FSK441  lower practical limit for most QSO's
50.260 FSK441 Calling Frequency
50.285 FSK441 upper practical limit for most QSO's
50.290 SSB PSK31
50.291 PropNET http://www.PropNET.org (with +1500hz PSK audio)
50.300 or 50.700 RTTY?
50.620 Packet Calling Frequency
6 Meters
50.680 SSTV

Bandplan
Frequencies Segment/Net name Mode Comments Website
50-50.1 CW CW    
50.01-50.3 SSB SSB Europe  
50.058 FISTS CW   http://www.fists.org
50.06-50.08 Beacons CW    
50.1-50.125 DX Window Other Mixed CW/SSB  
50.1-50.3 SSB SSB    
50.11 DX Window Other DX Calling Frequency. CW/SSB. Once you establish a QSO, please move off this frequency.  
50.125 SSB SSB Domestic calling frequency. You CQ there for US/US QSO's - once established you move up the band to continue.  
50.155 Ragchew SSB    
50.16 Radio Scout Frequency SSB   http://home.tiscali.nl/worldscout/Jota/frequencies.htm
50.16 Radio Scout Frequency CW   http://home.tiscali.nl/worldscout/Jota/frequencies.htm
50.1625 HFPACK SSB USB - Portable Calling Frequency - Mobile- Portable - Base - Marine - Aero - HFpack http://hfpack.com
50.1625 ALE Other ALE Voice, Data. Amateur Radio ALE is USB standard Automatic Link Establishment 2.2kHz Bandwidth  
50.2 6M SSB Net SSB Tuesday 8 PM Central time. KQ0J net control.  
50.215-50.25 JT6M Digital EUROPE JT6m (Center 50.230)  
50.25 JT6M Digital Calling Frequency for JT6M (Weak band enhancements) http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.25 AM AM AM - Northern Colorado http://www.amwindow.org/freq.htm
50.255-50.285 Digital Digital FSK441 & JT6M meteor scatter http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.26 FSK441A Digital Calling Frequency for FSK441A (Meteor Scatter Contacts Only) http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.272 Net SSB Yankee SSB Net, meeting since the 1960s, Sunday am 9:30 Local Time http://yankee6meterssbnet.blogspot.com
50.276 JT65-A Digital Newly developed JT65A is finding a home here  
50.276 JT65 Digital Weak Signal Users  
50.276 JT65a Digital calling frequency  
50.28 Meteor Scatter SSB Digital WSJT-X
50.29 Digital Digital Calling Frequency for PSK31 and Hell modes http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.29 MFSK16 Digital   http://kf4houtn.tripod.com/snddigi.htm
50.29 BPSK31 Digital Been the defacto frequency for years  
50.291 Propagation tracking Digital PropNET is an ad-hoc 2-way RF-based digital communication network whose activity is reported on the Internet for the purpose of propagation tracking. http://www.propnet.org
50.292-50.2925 Olivia Digital OLIVIA CALLING FREQUENCY - Dial_Frequency=50291.5kHzUSB - Audio_Center_Frequency_750Hz - Olivia_Format=500/16 [Region 2] http://groups.yahoo.com/group/oliviadata/
50.3 Digital Digital Operating Frequency for RTTY and MFSK http://www.qsl.net/digitalonsix/
50.3 rtty Other Digital On Six (DOS) http://www.ykc.com/wa5ufh/DOS/index.html
50.4 6M So Cal AM Net SSB 6M AM Net So. Cal 10am Sundays. Net Control AA6DD  
50.4 6M AM calling AM Mainly Saturday night 6M AM NY / PA round table talks. Anyone with 6M AM anywhere can join in.  
50.62 Packet Digital Digital (packet) calling  
50.62 Packet Digital 1200baud http://aprs.org/6m-aprs.html
50.644 FSQ Digital FSQ Calling Frequency larry@...
50.68 SSTV FM   http://www.amateur-radio-wiki.net/index.php?title=SSTV_frequencies
50.8-51 Remote control Digital 20-kHz channels  
51 Military backpack radio FM Equipment usually low power (< 5W and inefficient antennas) and sporadic in time and geography (Hamfests, milrad exhibits, etc.)  
51-51.1 DX Window CW Pacific DX window  
51.12-51.18 Repeater inputs Digital Digital repeaters  
51.12-51.48 Repeater inputs AM 19 channels  
51.5 Local FM Simplex - General Conversation FM In Phoenix, AZ, this new network is under construction. https://www.facebook.com/5150-Net-1736240103341311/
51.62-51.68 Repeater outputs Digital Digital repeaters  
51.62-51.98 Repeater outputs AM 19 channels  
52-52.48 Repeater inputs AM    
52.02 FM Simplex FM    
52.04 FM Simplex FM    
52.49 VT Allstar Link FM vt allstar link 42668 https:/www.vermontallstarnetwork.com
52.5-52.98 Repeater outputs AM    
52.525 FM Simplex FM Primary FM Simplex  
52.54 FM Simplex FM Secondary FM Simplex  
53-53.48 Repeater inputs AM    
53.15 Emergency FM WICEN - Emergency communications support & training in Australia (VK) http://www.wicen.org.au/
53.5 Remote control Digital    
53.5-53.98 Repeater outputs AM    
53.6
Remote control Digital    
53.7 Remote control Digital    
53.8 Remote control Digital    
53.9 FM Simplex FM    

Hope this helps.

 

Re: 6 meter frequencies

Dan Howie
 

50-54 Mhz. 50-50.1 CW only; 50.1-54 RTTY, Data, Phone, and Image
 

Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 5:43 PM
Subject: [winfldigi] 6 meter frequencies
 
Does anyone have a list of 6 meter frequencies and modes used?

Norm

6 meter frequencies

N S
 

Does anyone have a list of 6 meter frequencies and modes used?

Norm

Flrig vs hamlib

Richard Rohrer
 

I have been using hamlib to control all of my three radios, IC7410, IC7100, and FT817nd and have had no problems.  Is there any advantage of using Flrig?  When I tried before it seemed to not show the correct frequency with the IC7410.  I did not like Rigcat since it does not display the digital mode for the Icom. Any thoughts.  

73
Dick - KC3EF

Re: flrig and fldigi install on Ubuntu

N S
 

Dave,

Thank you so much.  I managed to get all of the packaged downloaded and installed.  Everything seems to be working great.


Rick,

I believe (months ago) I had thought the Software Center and Synaptic repositories had older versions.  So I ended up downloading the latest and installing them.   I'm sure it would have been much easier using the repositories.

Do most folks just use the repositories or is it still preferable to download the latest and build from there?

Norm

FLamp Throws a visual c++ run-time error

Rick Hanzlik
 

Every time I try to start FLAMP I get an error the says something about runtime error terminating in an unusual way. Running version 2.2.3 for flamp on a windows 7 computer. Any body have a suggestion?
Rick Hanzlik
KR7V

Re: flrig and fldigi install on Ubuntu

Rick Hatton
 

Both fldigi and flrig is in the 18.04 repository. You can use Software Center, Synaptic or apr-get install to install them.
The reason you get the fldigi not installed message is because you didin't use apt or dpkg to install it.
The flrig version is 1.3.26.

If it were me, I'd uninstall the tarball version and install from the repositories, but that's just me.

Re: flrig and fldigi install on Ubuntu

Dave
 

If  you installed fldigi, flrig, etc. from source and you used this process:

  1. $ ./configure
  2. $ make
  3. $ sudo make install

then you can remove the binaries by simply going to that original source directory and

$ sudo make uninstall

You can remove the old source directory.

If you are installing an update and you had previously installed using the above steps, then you can simply perform 1, 2, 3 in the new source directory.  The old files will be overwritten.

Neither $HOME/.fldigi nor $HOME/.flrig will be effected by the above.

73, David, W1HKJ

On 1/16/19 2:32 PM, N S via Groups.Io wrote:
Ok.  reading the link you sent reminded me that it was exactly what I had done.  I downloade the tar balls into my Home folder and extracted them there.  The old tars are still there.   I only installed fldigi and flrig so far.  flrig is the only one that has a newer version to be downloaded.  

When I download a newer version and extract the tarball, it will build a new flrig-1.3.41 folder and I will install the app from there.  Do I need to UNINSTALL or REMOVE the older version flrig-1.3.40?  Will the old folder still be in the Home folder?

I'm still sort of lost.

Norm

Re: flrig and fldigi install on Ubuntu

N S
 

Ok.  reading the link you sent reminded me that it was exactly what I had done.  I downloade the tar balls into my Home folder and extracted them there.  The old tars are still there.   I only installed fldigi and flrig so far.  flrig is the only one that has a newer version to be downloaded.  

When I download a newer version and extract the tarball, it will build a new flrig-1.3.41 folder and I will install the app from there.  Do I need to UNINSTALL or REMOVE the older version flrig-1.3.40?  Will the old folder still be in the Home folder?

I'm still sort of lost.

Norm

Re: flrig and fldigi install on Ubuntu

N S
 

Good question. Its been a while and I just can't seem to remember.  I did a search and found Home/fldigi-4.0.18 and Home/flrig-1.3.40 both of which have makefile and build-aux in them..  I know so little about Linux, I easily get confused.

I'm guessing they were compiled.   I'd really like to uninstall or remove all of it and start over.

Norm

Re: flrig and fldigi install on Ubuntu

Cliff
 

Norm,

How did you install the older versions, i.e. did you compile them on your system?

This is how to install by building yourself. If you built previously building a new version will install over the old and you’ll be good to go.


73,
Cliff, AE5ZA

On Jan 16, 2019, at 11:15, N S via Groups.Io <kl7rs@...> wrote:

Can someone tell me the exact URL to go to for instructions on how to install flrig fldigi etc on Ubuntu 18.04?

There is so much old info on the web, I can't seem to find what is pertinent.

I have flrig and fldigi installed now and can't seem to remove it. (want the latest versions).   I run sudo apt-get remove fldigi and it comes back with Package 'fldigi' is not installed, so not removed.  Yet I can run it from Menu and Show Applications.  

Norm

flrig and fldigi install on Ubuntu

N S
 

Can someone tell me the exact URL to go to for instructions on how to install flrig fldigi etc on Ubuntu 18.04?

There is so much old info on the web, I can't seem to find what is pertinent.

I have flrig and fldigi installed now and can't seem to remove it. (want the latest versions).   I run sudo apt-get remove fldigi and it comes back with Package 'fldigi' is not installed, so not removed.  Yet I can run it from Menu and Show Applications.  

Norm

Re: RSID will not change modes

Ed
 

I had a similar problem with FLDigi 4.0.18 at our club station.  All the config check boxes looked OK to me, but no RsID decode.  I verified it was not in the hardware by running FLDigi with a prerecorded wave file from an ARES practice session, using File ->Audio->Playback.



Something was awry in the configuration that I could not find, so I copied the fldigi_def.xml file from another station which was working correctly.  Of course I needed to make appropriate modifications to the UI, rig and audio configurations, but after that RsID decoded OK.  It might be worthwhile to occasionally backup the fldigi.files and NBEMS.files folders, in case a similar problem occurs in the future.

73,
Ed
N2BHD

Re: Multiple Instances of FLDigi and FLMsg

Ed
 

Re: flmsg 4.0.8.03

Ed
 

Thanks for the clarification Dave.
I added the --arq-server-port 7332 argument to the flamp command, and set the fldigi arq-server-port using the configuration dialog.  The data interface worked as expected.

Thank you for all of the work you have done on this outstanding NBEMS software suite.

73,
Ed
N2BHD

Re: flmsg 4.0.8.03

Dave
 

Download and install
It will honor both setting the arq-server-port on the command line and/or the configuration panel.  The command line parameter will override any previously set port on the configuration panel.

David

On 1/15/19 10:15 PM, Ed via Groups.Io wrote:
Hi Dave,
Yes, fldigi 4.0.19.102 works with flmsg 4.0.8.03.  Both are using the folder specified in --flmsg-dir.  I copied traffic from an ARES net this evening, and all of the messages went to the folder specified in --flmsg-dir.

I noticed that when I include the --arq-server-port 7332 argument in both fldigi and flamp command strings, that flamp doesn't receive the data blocks from fldigi.  If I remove the --arq-server-port 7332 argument from the flamp command string, then it does receive the data blocks from fldigi.  The flamp help says the default arq-server-port is 7322.  It seems like fldigi may be using the default port 7322 instead of the port that was specified in the --arq-server-port 7332 argument.

I assumed that if I want to run two sets of fldigi, flmsg, and flamp (one for HF and one for VHF), that each set of apps would need its own arq-server-port.  Am I using the --arq-server-port argument correctly?

Thanks & 73,
Ed
N2BHD