Ich arbeite an der Weiterentwicklung eines Amateurfunk-Programms (hf von Tom
Sailer), das Pactor mit Soundkarte senden kann.
Das Programm wurde für OSS-Treiber geschrieben.
Wie kann ich es für den ALSA-Treiber nutzbar machen?
Bin neu auf dem Gebiet - bin für alle Tips dankbar!
Danke! dl4mge Günther
Dr. med. Günther Montag
Hello Fellow Listers...
Forgive me for doing this to death again ... but I tried to install the
sources of Kpsk and here's what happened. I was using the file identified
I attempted to install Kpsk (an amateur radio program) today and after parsing
the file the install notified me of a large number of missing files. Their
names are listed below:
No problem ... I will just look at my database of programs to be installed ...
and do the necessary. But I can find no reference to these programs!!
Can you please tell me where I can find these programs?
Irena and Richard Jenkins
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Keith Powell" <keith(a)keithg4jvx.force9.co.uk>
> > Greetings!
> > Has anyone managed to get GPSK31 or KPSK working with SuSE8.2?
> > I have been trying for ages to get them working. All I get are two error
> > messages:
> > Unable to open audio device /dev/audio.
> > Inexact sampling rate: request for 8000 resulted in 48000
> > /dev/audio has the correct permissions, as far as I can tell (owner root,
> > group audio). I have tried altering it to me as the owner.
> > I have tried altering the sample rate in K Control Centre --> Sound
> > system, but it has no effect. I have also tried disabling aRTs.
> > Starting the programs in Libranet gives the same error messages, but I
> > can run PSK31 without problems in Windows98.
> > Any advice will be gratefully received.
> > 73
> > Keith G4JVX
On Monday 16 June 2003 4:57 pm, Ed wrote:
> Keith, just a guess, but does Suse find the sound card ?? I know Mandrake
> does not find ISA soundcards no matter what you do. I ended up buying a PCI
> card. BTW most onboard sound is run in ISA mode. GL...73
> Ed W3NR
> Hi Keith,
> KPSK is working like a champ here under Suse 8.2.
> What kind of of soundcard do you use?
> It looks that you have a AC97 like Soundcard.
> These cards can't switch to another sample rate than 48000.
> Under M$shit the multimedia lib will do resample, under Linux is no such
> I had to disable the onboard sound and insert my old SB PCI 128.
> I heard that Alsa hase the resampling feature but I dont know if its working
> with a AC97 sound card.
> 73 de Wolf, DL2WRJ
It's an AC97 chip on the MotherBoard. From what you have both said, that seems
to be the problem. I'll have to get a cheap PCI 128 card, which I suppose
must be Sound blaster compatible. I don't do any hi-fi stuff on the computer,
so it doesn't need to be a very expensive one.
Many thanks for the advice and information. I really do appreciate it.
Hello from Canberra
I have 8.2 installed on a 366 Celeron machine with 128 Meg of RAM. I am able
to install the rpm for gpsk31 ... but have never yet managed to decode a
signal. I read that gpsk has now been replaced by more up-to-date programs
like kpsk ... but I wonder if anyone could assist with the location of
binaries for kpsk which will run under SuSE 8.2? I have seen binaries for
R*d H*t ... but these may not be suitable for SuSE due to the differences in
locations of libraries, etc.
If you can help, please respond to me off list. I don't want to be stuck
using winoze programs ... that whole OS is a pane/pain!!
Irena and Richard Jenkins
Seems not much activity on this thread?
I have Suse 8 installed (Text mode) on a Pentium 200 with 32 Mb RAM.
I want to get AX25 to work with a serial baycom modem for packet radio. My callsign is ZS6BNE in South Africa.
When installing AX25 using YAST2 the software is installed , but where do I go from here?
Is it nescessary to recompile the kernal as many of the "How to's" state?
Any guidelines for the Baycom would be most welcome.
I have installed LinPac which complains that the AX25 ports have not been set up.
Looking forward to any comments and suggestions. (Please don't ask me to use the How to , I've been down that road and it is too complex. :o) ) I'm looking for a practical , working solution.
Looking forward to your reply,
Eddie Leighton , Lichtenburg , South Africa.