[chirp_users] CHIRP 0.1.11b4 Fedora Linux RPM Available
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Wed Jan 19 22:02:50 PST 2011
RPM files for CHIRP 0.1.11b4 are available now for download.
If you are running chirp on Fedora Linux, rpm packages are now available
in the the d-rats yum repository. (Also known now as the KK7DS-Ham-Apps
To set it up, please look at the instructions:
or just install the repository definition rpm by running:
There are two repositories:
KK7DS Ham Apps Software
KK7DS Ham Apps Beta Software
The chirp beta versions are in the "Beta Software" repository, which is
disabled by default. To enable it, go to:
System->Administration->Software Sources and check the box next to it.
Please note: there are two rpms for each version: one for FC13 (which
used python version 2.6) and one for FC14 (the latest Fedora version,
which used python 2.7). Please pick the one that matches your system.
73, and enjoy!
On 01/19/2011 06:38 PM, Dan Smith wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just posted CHIRP 0.1.11b4 with a bunch of changes. This posting
> includes contributions from Vernon Mauery, Richard Farina, as well as
> myself. If support for the VX-3R or TH-D72 interests you, be sure to
> thank these guys :)
> Changes are:
> - Fix IC9x detection and baud rate selection
> - Fix IC9x crashing the whole application
> - Fix VX-6 not reporting valid tone modes
> - Fix VX-7 tone field (Richard)
> - Changes to the status bar text (Richard)
> - Improved checksum calculation and validation on Yaesu radios
> - Default VX-7 memory power levels to high (Richard)
> - Silence the "this will take a long time" warning on file-based radios
> - Add Kenwood TH-F6A support
> - Add Kenwood TH-D72 support (Vernon)
> - Add ICOM IC-2100H support
> - Add Yaesu VX-3R support (Richard)
> Like always, I'll be looking for testing and validation of the new
> drivers listed above, as well, as reports from our model-assigned testers.
> As a reminder, get the latest beta here:
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