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.
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Russ and Richard
I will not be available to record LHS tonight. So we'll do it tomorrow night, as long as Richard is OK with that. Plan on it unless you hear something different. Podcast, tomorrow night, 7/1, 8:00pm CDT. Be there.
73 de Russ
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73 de Russ (K5TUX) and Richard (KB5JBV)