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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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LHS Episode #196: What’s Old Is New Again

Welcome, everyone, to another very late episode of Linux in the Ham Shack. This time around, our topics include the ARRL, the ARRL, the ARRL, patent trolls, tax evasion, Solus, PyQSO, operational best practices, the N1MM logger, peat, peat and peat. We hope you enjoy this and all of our episodes and we look forward to your feedback.

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LHS Episode #195: I Broke My Funny Bone

Welcome to the 195nd episode of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode, Bill comes to us from West Virginia instead of Montana. We discuss the Boy Scout Jamboree, K2BSA, the CQWW contest, solar eclipses, the new and wondrous FT-8, Debian, ffmpeg, Deepin Linux, trunked radio recording, AI on a USB stick and a whole lot more. Thank you for tuning in.

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LHS Episode #194: Dumpster Diving

In this episode of Linux in the Ham Shack, topics include 630-meter operation, Boy Scouts in West Virginia, slow scan television via the ISS, supercomputing, Linux on your laptop, interesting ham radio projects for Linux, running Windows applications on Linux and much more. Thanks for tuning in, we appreciate it!

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