[chirp_users] Thoughts on TH-F6A support and looking for D710 support
chirp at trinnet.net
Sat Feb 5 16:14:18 PST 2011
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> Ah, I see the problem. That second-to-last line should be "MNA 0,055".
> It has an extra "MNA" in there and the radio NAKs it with 'N'. I
> should be able to fix that here and shoot you an update to verify.
Cool. Curious, can I download directly from your repository (CVS, SVN,
GIT, etc.)? I haven't seen any URLs, instructions, etc. to do so.
>> 5) When I was doing some testing (I think I accidentally tried to write
>> to an empty memory slot:
>> Exception running RadioJob: 54
>> -- Exception: --
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "/usr/src/archive/Chirp/chirp-0.1.11b4/chirpui/common.py", line
>> 70, in
>> result = func(*self.args, **self.kwargs)
>> File "/usr/src/archive/Chirp/chirp-0.1.11b4/chirp/kenwood_live.py", line
>> 174, in erase_memory
>> del self.__memcache[number]
>> KeyError: 54
> Ah, good one, thanks. Can you file a tracker item for that?
Done: TRAC #78
1) if I go to http://trac.chirp.danplanet.com/trac and click on "See
open tickets". Nothing happens. If I go to "View tickets" in the
navigation bar, that works
2) When creating a new bug, the TRAC interface doesn't know anything
>> 6) I've also seen error like the following where chirp is working fine
>> and then it breaks. Notice that the radio's name in STDERR goes from D7
>> to E7 which might be expected but I'm not sure.
> Hmm, yeah, that's interesting for sure. That might be one I have to
> reproduce locally.. That's pretty strange.
Btw.. if the vrious Kenwood radios are a little different, shouldn't the
STDERR show something like PC->F6 instead of PC->D7? Little misleading
if that's supposed to represent the radio.
> Yeah, this is related to #5.
> I sure am glad someone is finally giving the kenwood driver(s) a
> workout, thanks! :)
I'm glad I can help out as I've been looking for something like this for
some time now! I'm going to add your tool to my HamPacket documentation
which is a Step-by-Step guide for
creating a Linux-base HAM shack for VHF/UHF/HF TNC and "soundcard"
packet, FLdigi, JT65, etc.
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