[chirp_users] Who used CHIRP in linux ubuntu mode ?

David Ranch
Mon Dec 8 14:47:46 PST 2014

Try out Andy's HamRadio ISO:


It has Chirp pre-installed but you'll probably want to upgrade it before 
you run it.  After that, just follow the Chirp documentation.  Since 
you're using a UV-5R, see:



On 12/08/2014 02:06 AM, y_61 at libero.it wrote:
> Hi,  sorry i have a  baofeng UV-5R   release BFS 297… ( july 2014 i buy )
> I whant yo  create a  CHIRP on usb pen boot  , I think is work on ubuntu or
> linux ?
> PLEASE In  how mode I create it ?
> I have the programm unebootin for create with the ISO the boot chirp on the
> Usb pen.
> But, where I downoad the CORRECT  ISO immage for my  baofenf UV-5R
> BFS 297 version ?
> I use a comunication cable buy on amazon ( I think is a clone ) in this case
> with NO use windows but linux…no driver is request ?
> VERY IMPORTANT , after the boot whith this chirp on usb pen drive in linux,
> what I to do to install the driver or start the comunication for the cable to
> my pc ???
> Or I insert the cable in a usb port and is finish ? I oper the chirp program
> and select in “radio” and read the data memory ?
> Thanks for help, best 73
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