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LHS Episode #200: We Made It

Welcome to Episode #200 of Linux in the Ham Shack. We've come a long way in the last nine years but thanks to all of our listeners and supporters, we have made it to this milestone episode. We talk about a variety of Linux- and ham radio-related topics as well as chat with some old friends and new. Please be aware this episode is being released unedited. We don't believe there's anything in it you need to protect your children from; it's just rambling and unstructured--mostly. Thank you to everyone for all of your support throughout the years and we look forward to bringing you fresh new content in 2018.

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LHS Episode #199: We Love WinuxOS

Welcome to Episode #199 of Linux in the Ham Shack. This episode contains discussion on using web-based SDRs when local receivers are in adequate, JOTA and JOTI, the opening of the 630m and 2200m bands, Linux advocacy, EFF vs DRM, ttyd, Antergos and much more. Thank you for listening. Please tune in to Episode #200 on October 2nd. It's sure to be epic.

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LHS Episode #198: Jingle Bells

It's time for Episode 198. Thank you for turning in. In this episode, we discuss earthquakes and hurricanes, WSJT-X and FT8, contesting and sweeps, Synergy and Wayland, caveats for open-source coders, the latest Linux kernel, CloudShack, Mexican food and a Scotch of a different color. There is also much, much more. All the best.

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LHS Episode #197: Dark Star

In Episode 197 of Linux in the Ham Shack, the hosts discuss the influx of Chinese ham radio equipment and its effect on the hobby, Elmering, the solar eclipse (of course), project maintainers in open source, systemd, CloudLog, a GitHub dive (again) and much more. We also have an interview with Brian, N4AE, on youth in the hobby. We also address our upcoming hiatus from October 2, 2017 to January 8, 2018. Please send us feedback on what you'd like to see in the show as we retool it for a new round of 100 episodes.

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