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[Tlf-devel] Re: TLF AND HAMLIB

From: walter giovannini
Subject: [Tlf-devel] Re: TLF AND HAMLIB
Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2003 09:04:41 -0300

Yes all the libhamlib are ok and in the correct  location
walter cx7bf
----- Original Message -----
From: "rein couperus PA0RCT" <address@hidden>
To: "walter giovannini" <address@hidden>
Cc: <address@hidden>
Sent: Friday 4 de April de 2003 06:35 AM

On Thursday 03 April 2003 17:32, you wrote:
> Dear Rein.
> 1) i download a tlf and the hamlib.
> 2) install the hamlib with
>         ./configure
>         make
>         make install
>         ldconfig
> 3) install the tlf
>         ./configure --need-hamlib
>         make
>         make install
> 4) Run TLF  in a new directory with the confuration file wpx and have a
> message don't open the shared library not file found ..etc.

I remember having this problem at some point in time, but forgot what I did
resolve it.
On my system these libraries are in /usr/local/lib
Can you check if they are there? Look for  libhamlib*

> 5) install tlf without the hamlib and work fine.
> 6) you can helpme i use RedHat 7.2

Anybody from the hamlib community have any ideas?

> 7) In the future from SSB contest we have pre-messages like cq , repeat cq
> etc.. using the audio card. ??

I should like to add this in the future.

> 8) Another future you have some idea about the interface with terminal
> units like PTC IIe or sound card RTTY software like mgfsk (linux and work
> great with a sound card) to work RTTY contest.

This one is low on the priority list. You can already use tlf as a terminal
for an external tnc ( I use it with a TNC 2), but to link it to the
contesting routines is quite a bit of work (and I work only CW :-)
Maybe somebody steps forward to do this...
(Dreaming is not forbidden :)

> best regards and thanks for your time walter giovannini cx7bf

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