I doubt people will move on as there is nothing to move to. If anyone knows of an alternative (that doesn't use Java), I'd be keen to give it a try. All I need is email; nothing else. For me, I've found a combination of server and client that works and I'm sticking with it as changing has always ended in pain.
Ian VK1IAN On 07/03/13 20:37, Pär Crusefalk wrote:
Hi, So, fldigi is killing the project. New users will get the latest, have a terrible experience and move on... Moving everybody to the version two client is a step in the right direction but then we have to take care of the server side also. Actually, I just fired up the stand alone modem and got it working nicely. I changed a few things to make it more stable (submitted in subversion) and now it's actually working. I'm not saying we should use that as is but if we could make it work as well as the v2 client then I would use it on my server also. V2modem 73, Per sm0rwo Rein Couperus skrev 2013-03-07 09:28:A lot of Linux users have also updated to 3.21.6x for various reasons... The effect is indeed that data exchange is almost impossible. There is no reason to use fldigi versions higher than 3.21.40 for pskmail, because the ARQ interface had been stable since it was implemented the first time in 2006. @remi: The ARQ interface was introduced into fldigi especially for pskmail, which initially used the file system to communicate between the programs. The xmlrpc interface came a lot later, and as the ARQ interface has worked perfectly from the start there is not any reason to chane to xmlrpc... It went wrong when fldigi started to use the ARQ interface for AMP-2 (http://www.w1hkj.com/downloads/Amp.2.0.Specification.html). Rein EA/PA0R/M Am I right, that this causes following effect: 1) linux-clients: are able to establish connections and exchanging data because fldigi package-versions in most linux-distributions are not higher then 3.21.4x 2) windows-users, running clients 1.5.x with actual fldigi-versions: are also able to establish connections but ARE NOT ABLE TO EXCHANGE DATA? This would explain a lot of broken connections on my server... 73 de Franz, oe5rtl Am Mittwoch, den 06.03.2013, 15:42 +0100 schrieb Klaus Lohmann: > Linux Mint 13 (Maya) > > This line appears on fldigi protocol panel (correct): > <SOH>00uDL4OAH:26 !5227.76N/00944.50E-060/000/W7-64 1.5.11 > NoHF9E8B<EOT>�<s2n: 66, 100.0, 0.0> > > This is what the pskmail server gets from the socket: > <SOH>00uDL4OAH:26 !5227.76N/00944.50E-060/000/W7-64 1.5.11 NoHF9E8�<s2n: > 66, 100.0, 0.0>B<EOT> > <SOH>00uDL4OAH:26 !5227.76N/00944.50E-060/000/W7-64 1.5.11 > NoHF9E8B�<s2n: 66, 100.0, 0.0><EOT> > <SOH>00uDL4OAH:26 !5227.76N/00944.50E-060/000/W7-64 1.5.11 > NoHF9E8B�<s2n: 66, 100.0, 0.0><EOT> > <SOH>00uDL4OAH:26 !5227.76N/00944.50E-060/000/W7-64 1.5.11 N�<s2n: 66, > 100.0, 0.0>oHF9E8B<EOT> > > Somehow the character sequence of the last part of the line is mangled. > > Am 06.03.2013 14:51, schrieb Remi Chateauneu: > > Which platform is it please ? > > > > > > On Wed, Mar 6, 2013 at 1:17 PM, Klaus Lohmann <dl4oah@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > >> FYI: > >> > >> I moved to fldigi 3.21.68 and found, that there is no reliable communication > >> between fldigi and the server. > >> > >> Changed back to 3.21.40, which freezes sometimes but at least is usable > >> between the freezes. > >> > >> 73 > >> Klaus DL4OAH > >> > > > >