[Trlog] Rig Control Problem
alan at alandove.com
alan at alandove.com
Wed Feb 16 21:34:43 EST 2022
I'm using TRLinux, and as I mentioned, neither the native Icom control nor the hamlib solution works. Hamlib does indeed seem like the way to go. It just isn't working.
In other news, I've also been testing TLF, with which I initially had the opposite problem: rig control (via hamlib) worked, but the Winkeyer didn't. I've now fixed that, so I may just jump ship and use TLF instead.
-- Alan (AB1XW)
> On Feb 16, 2022, at 21:16, w9cf at arrl.net wrote:
> If you are using the linux version and the Icom code doesn't work,
> the easiest solution is to install hamlib and use the rigctld option. I
> typically use that anyway since you can then have other programs interact
> with the rig.
> 73 Kevin w9cf
>> On Wed, Feb 16, 2022 at 06:45:03PM -0500, Alan Dove wrote:
>> Hey, folks:
>> Next problem: I can't get rig control to work. TR finds my Winkeyer
>> without trouble, but apparently my Icom IC-7200 isn't one of the
>> supported models in the standard TR code - putting "IC7200" as my rig
>> causes the program to crash, citing an error on that line of
>> LOGCFG.DAT. Telling it I have an IC781 instead gets past that problem,
>> but then it's not reading the frequency or changing it.
>> I tried changing the 7200's CI-V address to the same as the default for
>> the 781 (26), but that didn't fix it either. So I went to hamlib, which
>> I already had installed and working for Fldigi and CQRlog.
>> Unfortunately, after entering the appropriate parameters in LOGCFG.DAT
>> as described in the documentation, I still don't get any interaction
>> between the rig and the application.
>> I can transmit CW via the Winkeyer (my rig is set up for QSK), but
>> without receiving frequency information from the rig, the logger
>> becomes a lot less useful. What else do I need to try to get TR working
>> with hamlib?
>> --Alan (AB1XW)
>> Alan Dove, Ph.D.
>> alan.dove at gmail.com
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