[chirp_users] CHIPRP AND TYT TH-9800
mike-2007 at elp.rr.com
mike-2007 at elp.rr.com
Mon Jun 18 05:23:48 PDT 2018
I feel bad for people like this, because I am one of them. I have no
problem at all digging into an electronics circuit. Shoot, I'm certified to
run the power grid, so electronics/electrical doesn't scare me a bit. I
have no problem laying out under my JEEP for days with a pile of tools
modifying the suspension or working on something I broke. But software is
magical. I can't wrap my head around how it works, so when it doesn't work
it is frustrating to the max. And when it doesn't work, I need like
step-by-step 1-2-3-4-5 directions or I likely cannot fix it. This is why
I'm willing to pay for the more expensive but totally reliable cables. I
feel certain if I have a problem, the cables are eliminated.
We all have skills, and we all have challenges. You folks who jump in and
try to help others, you're great! Thanks for trying, sometimes even when
the frustration level on the other end is running high.
Speaking of running the power grid, I'm out the door. Training today and
tomorrow. Running the generation desk Thu-Fri. Everyone - have a safe day!
And if you're on the Western Grid, we'll be doing our best to keep it steady
at 60 Hz.
Vy73 - Mike - KD5KC
El Paso, Texas - DM61rt
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<chirp_users-bounces at intrepid.danplanet.com> On Behalf Of Tom Henderson
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2018 5:13 AM
To: chirp_users at intrepid.danplanet.com
Subject: Re: [chirp_users] CHIPRP AND TYT TH-9800
Aha! Thanks for setting the record straight then.
On 06/18/2018 04:59 AM, Jim Unroe wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 18, 2018 at 5:45 AM, Tom Henderson <Tom at henderson4.us> wrote:
>> It's the same fix for windows. The only difference is those of us who
>> run it in linux don't know where it's stored under the windows version.
>> Did you see the line that says "Not sure where it is in Windows, so
>> just search for it?"
>> Tom Henderson
> It isn't the same for Windows. The user doesn't have access to the
> individual *.py files with Windows. As far as I know, the best a
> Windows user can do is to download the th9800.py driver from the CHIRP
> repository, edit it as needed, then after enabling "Enable developer
> functions" load the modified driver using File -> Load module
> selection. And this custom driver would have to be loaded every time
> CHIRP was launched.
> Jim KC9HI
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