Today we present Linux in the HAM Shack for the eleventh time. Because of a topic snafu we switched to a completely untested and radically different format for the program. However, in the words of esteemed author Douglas Adams: "Don't panic." We simply rolled the live feed into something resembling a roundtable discussion of Linux and ham radio related topics that we think listeners will find rather interesting and engaging.
That being said, because of the unusual format of the program some of the dialogue may seem a little strange. In most cases it can be explained as one of the hosts reading questions or reciting information provided by the live participants in the chat room at the time of recording. We also managed to wrangle a special third co-host for the middle portion of the program.
All in all it's a wild and crazy ride. Thank you as always for downloading the podcast, and special thanks to those who helped us out by joining us for the live recording of the program. Please check the web site for the next time you can hear us record live and participate in the program yourself.
Enjoy this special edition of Linux in the HAM Shack and we'll be back in a couple of weeks with a program on logging software, a review or two of CrunchBang Linux and much, much more.
73 de K5TUX and KB5JBV
Recently I switched the RSS feed information around in order to provide an option for those who want to receive the podcast in OGG format. At the top of the left column on the web page are the new feed URLs that you can use to import into your favorite RSS browser. I have updated iTunes so that the feed will still download only the MP3 version of the podcast. I would suggest that everyone who receives their LHS feed via RSS, please adjust your URL to the new one provided. If you continue to use the old one, you'll receive both the MP3 and OGG versions of the podcast, resulting in duplicate entries. If that's OK with you, then don't change a thing.
Just a heads up.
73 de K5TUX (and KB5JBV)
- KG4SBY - Jim in Spring Hill, Florida, USA
- KI6BGE - Tim in Torrance, California, USA
- VE2GZI - Bruce in Saint-Lazare, Quebec, Canada
- K7JM - John in Jefferson City, Montana, USA
- K5LXP - Mark in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
- W5AGW - Andy in Kingwood, Texas, USA
- VK2BAC - Adrian in Gorokan, New South Wales, Australia
- WD8LQB - Stephen in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
- Creative Commons
- McDougall's Home
- Midnight Commander
- The Practical Amateur Radio Podcast
- WD8LQB Morse Code Practice Podcast
- Crunchbang Linux