here in Germany the "AFU Knoppix", a live Version of Linux, is famous
and many Win-Users have tried. Just put the CD in your Drive and start
ham-Applications without any further installing.
XLOG and GRIG are already included, other HAMLIB Projects to follow?
may be a Story for QST about Hamlib?
73 de Michael, DL2FMB
On 14 May 2005 at 12:02, Mike Markowski wrote:
> Nate Bargmann wrote:
> > [...] At the time Jon Bloom of ARRL was on the list and hinted that
> > the QST editorial policy (which he was aware of) was to have articles
> > aimed toward the majority of the readers. [...] As a result Linux
> > and related ham software have only made a handful of appearances over
> > the past five or six years.
> The QST author page pretty much states just that; that they want
> articles for the mainstream with topics not requiring much of a learning
> curve. But there is some hope. I had exchanged a few emails with Stan
> WA1LOU (hope I remembered the call correctly!) doing my best to
> tactfully point out that QST articles often neglect mention of linux
> based software. He later emailed me asking for a gmfsk screenshot to
> use in a QST linux ham article, and a few months back in the digital
> column he mentioned hamlib, xlog, and gmfsk. Unfortunately the article
> was little more than excerpts of his and my emails and didn't really
> give a good overview other than pointing readers to hamlib.org. I would
> have crafted my emails much more carefully if I knew they'd end up
> quoted in print. I'm sure Martin's upcoming article will be much
> better, and I'm looking forward to it!
> Mike AB3AP
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