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Pat Collins N8VW wrote:
> Reason #96 to switch to Linux for contesting.
> You mean to say, not easy under Windows. Using TLF under Linux I can run as
> many contests as I care to on CW because the keying program (cwdaemon) is
> not part of the logging program. I could even run the keying program on a
> seperate computer if I really wanted to waste electricity. I'm pretty sure
> the radio interface also works with multiple instances of TLF running,
> although since I switched computers in the winter I haven't got the serial
> ports to work on this new to me (ie used) machine yet.
Sure. You run the rpc.rigd daemon set to communicate with your radio, and set
up tlf to talk to rpc.rigd in logcfg.dat:
I *normally* use rpc.rigd (I even have my computer set up to start it on
boot-up) to talk to my rig, and set up hamlib-aware programs to talk to
rpc.rigd instead of directly to my rig, as it does a good job of allowing
multiple programs to talk to the rig.
Ben Coleman firstname.lastname@example.org
"I love the way Microsoft follows standards. In much the
same manner that fish follow migrating caribou."
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