Greetings to all
a few days ago the developer Christo, LZ2HV
amateur radio step your soft for freebsd
in version 13 it works perfectly
from the RC5 he communicated the following to me
But for new version of FreeBSD (13.1 RC5 and RC6) have a problem, I installed and tested, problem is,
With all these programs the absence of ax25 in freebsd is covered
all the complete package - bbs / modem / terminal
for now are the binaries alone
but in the course of a few days the source code will be delivered
remote terminal for bpq bbs
Good day everyone, happy Friday!!
I've gotten into ham radio, and I got to say:
there has never been a better time to get into the hobby
there has never been a better time for FreeBSD ports for the hobby
I wish I had, had, more time to become a code writer / ports developer. I really regret...
I'm trying to setup my radio with usb interface but I don't know what I'm missing, the radio is an ICOM IC-7200 and it comes with an USB interface, the system sees it and I see few files under /dev/ but when I tried to use WSJT-X it doesn't work. I don't know the settings.
While installing flmsg from the ports in /usr/ports/comms on a FreeBSD 12.0 RELEASE installation (which is working fine otherwise), I get a "...fatal error: 'X11/X.h file not found." The error message is as follows:
In file included from /usr/local/include/FL/x.h:37...
I know some of you guys are ham radio operators (especially because I know some BSD-using hams from IRC).
Anyway, who here is a ham radio op? What is your callsign? Do you use BSD to do any rig-control or logging, etc?
I use the RIGtalk and RIGblaster Plug and Play devices made by West Mountain Radio with my ham radio gear. The devices both use the Silicon Labs chip and I've modified usbdevs and uslcom.c to support the devices. How do I get these patches added to the kernel permanently so other folks can use...