Re: Raspberry Pi
The Pi is a neat little computer - unfortunately not enough zip to handle fldigi. There is an alternative that works. Check out the linpsk demo on AmateurLogic.tv episode 53. George has tried fldigi and gave up. linpsk seems to work OK. An older episode of AmateurLogic.tv has George making a nice case for the Pi from a common electrical box. Then a later episode still he builds a 12v to 5v regulator to power his from the shack power supply.
Do you get the idea that I like AmateurLogic? Nice shows...
My Pi is loafing along doing lots of nothing right now. Had it set up as a web server for a while but since I have another that isn't really needed. I just do a remote login now and then and ask it how it's doing. Still looking for the killer app to put on it. Playing with call sign lookup, Reverse Beacon reads, logging and such. Am finding my programming skills a bit rusty so am having to re-learn lots of stuff myself.
Don't be afraid to try it - lots of help available. Good tutorials on AdaFruit, RaspberryPiSpy and others.
should you be really desperate, I'm here to answer whatever I can.
On 04/16/2013 06:35 PM, Jim Sheldon wrote: