[chirp_users] RPMs for New Daily Build Available

Andy Lavarre alavarre at gmail.com
Mon Aug 29 13:39:47 PDT 2011


Mike hi, thanks.

I'm on openSUSE. It "installed" the RPM at the URL below, but nothing
happened. (Duh, of course, I'm not on Fedora, but I just wanted to see
what would happen. Nothing happened... :-)

Would you please post just the raw URL for the repository? OpenSUSE
software manager will try to install any repository given the full URL.

Then I could try that directly in the openSUSE software manager and see
if my system sees it.

=====

Meanwhile, spent the weekend dodging Hurricane Irene. In the course of
that I found a chain of internet news sites ("Patch") that autopost
Twitter, email, and direct posts, as well as subscribe to tweet channels
selected by net control. Days ahead of print media, hours ahead of TV
channels for up to date current events. Plus none of the problems we
have on repeater voice systems of having to be actually listening at the
time of a transmission.

    http://newport.patch.com/articles/now-live-coverage-of-hurricane-irene

They use a commercial package, CoverItLive:

    http://www.coveritlive.com/

How cool would it be for D-RATS to be such a thing for D-STAR?!!

Of course they are toast if the cable system or other internet feeds go
down. So it occurred to me that D-STAR would be a perfect solution! What
with internet drops at the gateways and the extended range of gateway
chains it would be a perfect emergency alternative to the "wired"
internet (Cox Cable, et al carriers). For example, while Cox stayed up,
two different cell phone networks went down... And on Aquidneck Island
cable internet was useless as the power was out for over 24 hours.

    http://ip-telephony.tmcnet.com/news/2011/08/28/5736072.htm

So anyhow, will shortly install d-rats and start experimenting but an
openSUSE repo would be fun for both d-rats and chirp.

Thanks again.

73, Andy Lavarre
WA6VCT
ICOM IC-92AD

On 08/29/2011 08:17 AM, Mike Heitmann wrote:
> All,
>
> Linux Fedora RPMs for the latest chirp-daily build are now available in 
> the KK7DS Ham-Apps yum repository.
>
> To add the repository as a software source, please follow these 
> instructions:
> http://www.d-rats.com/component/content/article/30-d-rats-yum-repository/
>
> I know it says d-rats, the chirp files are in the same repository
>
> After setting up the repository, open the "Add/Remove Software" tool and 
> go to "software sources" under the system menu. Make sure the "KK7DS Ham 
> Apps Beta Software" line is checked (enabled).
>
> For some reason, the Fedora package manager likes the beta versions 
> better that the daily builds, so you may not see the daily release in 
> the list the first time you update. If you don't see it, open a terminal 
> window and enter:
> yum update chirp-daily_08292011
>
> Or, If you are running Fedora fc13 or earlier, enter:
> yum update chirp-daily_08292011-1.fc13
>
> That should install the latest daily build.
>
> Happy Testing!
>
> Mike, N0SO
>
> Sent from my iPad
>
> On Aug 29, 2011, at 6:01 AM, Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com> wrote:
>
>> Greetings,
>>
>> A new daily build of CHIRP is available.  This includes changes made
>> directly to the tree yesterday, and may include additional features,
>> bug fixes, and/or bugs.  If you are interested in trying it, grab it
>> from the following location:
>>
>>  http://trac.chirp.danplanet.com/chirp_daily/daily-08292011/
>>
>> A list of the changes included in this build (since the last daily)
>> follows:
>>
>> changeset:   1186:7dbb7797d3c9
>> tag:         tip
>> user:        Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com>
>> date:        Sun Aug 28 10:55:05 2011 -0700
>> files:       chirp/directory.py chirp/errors.py chirpui/mainapp.py
>> description:
>> When we fail to detect an image type, allow the user to force the driver
>> that is used to open the image. This should not be used other than to get
>> out of a jam, as the detection logic should be augmented. Please don't
>> use this without telling me so I can fix whatever issue(s) people run into.
>>
>>
>> changeset:   1185:e353a0c31dd9
>> user:        Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com>
>> date:        Sun Aug 28 10:19:54 2011 -0700
>> files:       tests/run_tests
>> description:
>> [tests] Add a test to verify that image-based detection is working
>>
>>
>> changeset:   1184:4d6946e72c58
>> user:        Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com>
>> date:        Sun Aug 28 10:19:29 2011 -0700
>> files:       chirp/wouxun.py
>> description:
>> [wouxun] Make the Wouxun's detect function disambiguate between it and the
>> JT220M radio.
>>
>>
>> changeset:   1183:db6d7db4287d
>> user:        Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com>
>> date:        Sun Aug 28 10:18:50 2011 -0700
>> files:       chirp/alinco.py
>> description:
>> [alinco] Fix JT220M detection (apparently)
>>
>>
>> changeset:   1182:a422ac4dbad8
>> user:        Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com>
>> date:        Sun Aug 28 10:02:54 2011 -0700
>> files:       tests/images/uv3r.img
>> description:
>> [uv3r] Refresh the test image
>>
>>
>> changeset:   1181:50040895b73f
>> user:        Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com>
>> date:        Sun Aug 28 10:00:21 2011 -0700
>> files:       chirp/wouxun.py
>> description:
>> [px777] Don't print anything during the detect function
>>
>>
>> changeset:   1180:691506c2feb8
>> user:        Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com>
>> date:        Sun Aug 28 09:49:45 2011 -0700
>> files:       chirp/wouxun.py
>> description:
>> [wouxun] Loosen the file type detection logic
>>
>> Remove the assumption that the first byte is 0xFF and base detection only
>> on the length.
>>
>>
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