[pskmail] Re: fldigi

  • From: Glenn Roeser <wb2lmv@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2012 05:38:53 -0400

Ian, Rein,
Thank you both for your responses. I'm glad the Java modem is on it's way!
Thank you Ian for taking the time to write out the detailed solution that
you use. I will try that today and if successful I will use it until the
arrival of the new java modem.
Very 73, Glenn WB2LMV

On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 4:04 AM, Ian Bennett <ibennett@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Glenn,
>        I've been using the "patched" version in the download section and
> have had no issues.
>        I compiled it in my home directory (configure and make BUT NOT make
> install). I just run it from that directory in my home directory. This way
> any updates will not affect the "pskmail" version.
>        I'm running Xubuntu 12.04 and had a bit of "package gymnastics" to
> get all the features I wanted. For what it's worth, these are the
> additional packages I had to install:
> apt-get install build-essential
> apt-get install libfltk1.3-dev
> apt-get install libpng-dev (installs libpng12-dev)
> apt-get install libsamplerate-dev
> apt-get install portaudio19-dev
> apt-get install libhamlib-utils
> apt-get install libhamlib-dev
> apt-get install libxmlrpc-c3-dev
>        The "with-xxx" switch to "configure" was real handy here, since
> left to it's own devices, configure will only compile in what dev files it
> can find.
>        If you force it with "./configure --with-xmlrpc" for example and
> the xmlrpc dev files are not found, it will complain about missing
> package(s) which you can then install from the repository.
>        "./configure --help" is your friend ;-)
>        I prefer having the modem separate from pskmail; the less that is
> run in java the better.
> Ian
> On 06/06/12 06:26, Glenn Roeser wrote:
>> I had my first fldigi lockup today in quite some time. Last night I had
>> uploaded a lot of updates for Ubuntu 12.04. I wonder if that had
>> something to do with it?
>> I'm running the 1.7.1 server.
>> Is it possible to have the modem built into the server, like we have now
>> with the new client 2.0.13?
>> Very 73 all, Glenn WB2LMV

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