On Sunday 10 July 2005 17.36, Ron Crouch wrote:
> I would just like to report that the newest version compiled and works
> exceptionally well on my SuSE Linux 9.2 Pro. I do not have any need to shut
> down the arts sound daemon either. I use the alsa drivers and run a
> Soundblaster Live Value card. All that was required was to set the
> environment variable "export ASYNC_AUDIO_NOTRIGGER=1" and it was off to the
Thank you for the report. I'll add it to the list of distributions where
SvxLink have been reported to work.
Nice to hear that SvxLink and artsd is getting along. I just tried it on my
Fedora Core 3 and it worked here too. Great :-)
> Excellent work. Hats off to the developer.
That would be me ;-) Thanks!
> The only thing that I could put on my wish list for Qtel would be sorting
> of callsigns by region/country as in the Windows client.
Yes, I guess that would be a good thing. Unfortunately I don't use Qtel much
myself anymore so development is slow. Most development effort is going into
the SvxLink server at the moment, but one day I might feel like adding some
more features or someone else might pick up development.
73 de SM0SVX / Tobias
> Ron Crouch
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