[chirp_users] Help needed, can't write to Yaesu FT-60

D.J.J. Ring, Jr. n1ea at arrl.net
Wed Sep 26 14:41:39 PDT 2012


Hi,

You do know that you have to have
http://www.d-rats.com/download/OSX_Runtime/KK7DS_Python_Runtime_R10.pkg
installed for Mac, I'm sure you did that.

Now for Live CD, I'd recommend our stable Ubuntu based distro.  Many of the
files you need are already in there.

http://vinuxproject.org/downloads

Look for the Stable Distro.
http://vinuxproject.org/Downloads/V3.0.2/Vinux-3.0.2-I386.iso

I don't know if Mac has dd but if it does you can download an img file for
a USB stick and put Vinux on a USB stick - that's the best bet.

Otherwise just download the iso and burn it.  Boot up into it, open a
terminal window with control alternate plus the letter t

Then type:

sudo apt-get install python-serial python-libxml2

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:dansmith/chirp-snapshots
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install chirp-daily

Linux info for chirp is here:
http://chirp.danplanet.com/projects/chirp/wiki/Running_Under_Linux
*IMPORTANT - *
*Note that you may need to adjust permissions on the /dev/tty(something)
device, or add your users who want to use Chirp to the "dialout" group in
order to let non-privileged users access the serial device.*
After you've booted up, email back if you have problem adding your username
to the group dialout or for finding the /dev/tty mine was something like
/dev/tty/USB00 as it was via USB connection.
73
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On Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 4:09 PM, Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com> wrote:

> > What's next?
>
> Mac users hate to hear this, but the next step is to try it on a
> different OS. Either use a live CD as was suggested here and try it in
> Linux, or find a friend with a Windows or Linux machine and give it a go
> there. That's your quickest path to pointing at checking the radio and
> cable and pointing at a driver issue.
>
> --
> Dan Smith
> www.danplanet.com
> KK7DS
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