Thanks to our wonderful listeners, we have some great feedback to go through in Episode #017 of Linux in the HAM Shack. After we attempt to address everyone's comments and questions while trying to seem moderately intelligent doing it, I give a short informative segment on Java, Adobe Air and other virtual runtime environments. Then Richard gets down to it, giving a nice description of d-rats, a cross-platform D*STAR application written in Python by KK7DS.
Many thanks as always for subscribing to and downloading the podcast. Feel free to send us any feedback you may have, through e-mail and now through voice mail at +1-888-455-0305 or using the Skype IDs "LeadCrayon" or "KB5JBV". We'd like to put your voice on the air. And most of you are hams out there, so we know you can do it. So until the next live <strike>fiasco</strike> episode, best regards and 73.
Russ and Richard
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One comment on “LHS Episode #017”
Glad to hear that you have turned to the “green side”. Mint is my favorite distro and I’m always glad when others see it’s benefits. In fact, I think that Mint is one of the easiest distros for former Windows users to get acclimated to.
As usual, another great show!
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