Hello and welcome to Episode 393 of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode, the hosts interview Doug, AD8DP, the author and primary coder of the DUDE-Star project. This project allows someone to use most of the VHF and UHF digital radio modes that have become all the rage: YSF, D-Star, DMR, P.25, NXDN and more. In the process, we learn much more about the M17 Project than we thought we would so stay tuned for an upcoming deep dive on that subject. If you want to dive into digital and not spend a lot of money, then DUDE-Star is for you!
73 de The LHS Crew
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2 comments on “LHS Episode #393: DUDE-Star Deep Dive”
How does one compile from source under both Mint 20 & Ubuntu 20?
The procedure is the same for both since they are all fundamentally Debian underneath. You should start by doing an ‘apt-get install build-essential’ to put most of the dependencies for building software on your system. After that, building is dependent on each projects’ source code but an INSTALL file or a README file should be included with each that outlines how each build should be accomplished. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. If you are specifically asking about the build of DUDE-Star, let me know and I’ll refine my answer.
73, Russ, K5TUX
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