[chirp_users] CHIRP 0.1.11b7

Jan L. Peterson kd7zwv at peterson.ath.cx
Tue Mar 22 13:04:00 PDT 2011


On Mar 18, 2011, at 2:55 PM, Dan Smith wrote:
> I just posted v0.1.11b7 with the following changes:


Testing this against my Kenwood TH-F6A on Linux (I have still not been able to get CHIRP to run correctly on my Mac), I note the following:

1.  the memory names are not populated in CHIRP's display.
2.  when trying to set a new (previously empty) memory, entering a new value for the frequency results in this message:

Job Args:   (Memory[90],)
Job KWArgs: {}
Editing new item, taking defaults
PC->D7: MW 0,0,090,00146620000,0,2,0,0,0,0,08,08,000,000600000,0,0
D7->PC: N
Exception running RadioJob: Radio refused 90
-- Exception: --
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/net/nis1/srv/home/japeterson/Personal/source/chirp-0.1.11b7/chirpui/common.py", line 71, in execute
    result = func(*self.args, **self.kwargs)
  File "/net/nis1/srv/home/japeterson/Personal/source/chirp-0.1.11b7/chirp/kenwood_live.py", line 172, in set_memory
    raise errors.InvalidDataError("Radio refused %i" % memory.number)
InvalidDataError: Radio refused 90

after this message, CHIRP shows the memory as programmed, but checking it on the radio itself does not show it.

3.  deleting this memory line successfully removes it from CHIRP's display, but prints the following message:

Job Args:   (90,)
Job KWArgs: {}
PC->D7: MW 0,0,090
D7->PC: N
Exception running RadioJob: Radio refused delete of 90
-- Exception: --
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/net/nis1/srv/home/japeterson/Personal/source/chirp-0.1.11b7/chirpui/common.py", line 71, in execute
    result = func(*self.args, **self.kwargs)
  File "/net/nis1/srv/home/japeterson/Personal/source/chirp-0.1.11b7/chirp/kenwood_live.py", line 183, in erase_memory
    raise errors.RadioError("Radio refused delete of %i" % number)
RadioError: Radio refused delete of 90

Note that the driver seems to think it's talking to a D7, but I've really got an F6.

I went back to 0.1.10 to see if it could read my radio, but it came back with no memories populated (trying to read as a D7 as it didn't have a generic Kenwood or F6 option).

Anybody else got CHIRP talking to a Kenwood TH-F6A?

	-jan-
-- 
Jan L. Peterson (KD7ZWV)







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