[chirp_users] Yaesu FT-7900 R/E question

KG4RUL kg4rul at comcast.net
Wed Mar 6 19:40:00 PST 2013


To "Phaeton",

Your obscenities only show your lack of maturity.  Your leaving this 
list may be seen as a benefit to all.

You owe Dan an apology.

BTW: Likely is not spelled "LIKEY" and thou is not spelled "thow"

On 3/6/2013 8:04 PM, Phaeton wrote:
> Shove it Dan you f**king prick. Take me off your list.
> You've been NOTHING but a pain in my ass since I
> joined and I speak the absolute truth when I say
> support is NOT LIKEY to cross brands very often
> because simply put, Chirp is a crapshot at best
> to use even with the listed radios.
>
> You're an absolute f**khead and I hope you have
> a set of balls to let the message post to see what
> some people think of your Tyrant and holier than thow
> attitude.
>
>
> */Sent from my 15.4" MacBook Pro, i7 quad core/ *
>
> On Mar 6, 2013, at 6:18 PM, Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com 
> <mailto:dsmith at danplanet.com>> wrote:
>
>>> The 7900 will not show in the list of radios in Chirp unless Chirp
>>> has been modified to use it. Nor is it likely the 7900 will operate
>>> with the 7800 that is supported by Chirp. I've not heard of radios
>>> that work with Chirp while being undocumented to do so. I'm fairly
>>> certain Chirp looks for the radio ID when trying to read from it and
>>> simply won't allow its use for your sake.
>>
>> This is NOT true. I have corrected you on this exact topic in the past:
>>
>> http://intrepid.danplanet.com/pipermail/chirp_users/2013-February/003137.html
>>
>> Please stop it.
>>
>> Mark, the above archive link should answer your question.
>

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