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Re: [Tlf-devel] back to TLF

From: Rein Couperus
Subject: Re: [Tlf-devel] back to TLF
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2004 23:24:02 +0200
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The foot switch is on pin 15... 
It is used like the PTT switch (so include TXDelay)...


Rein Pa0R

On Sunday 11 April 2004 07:58, Wolf-Ruediger Juergens wrote:
> Hello Rein,
> > I hope you will implement the USB interface for Debian... I have
> > bought a USB
> It must run on all Linux favours, because the FT232BM IC is well
> supported from the USB device drivers in the kernel.
> > > RS232 interface to talk to the MFJ controller, and I can't get it
> > > to work
> What kind of USB->Serial IC is on your converter?
> There are a lot devices on the market which will not work under Linux.
> I think that is not Debian related.
> > Cwdaemon is still missing paddle input and foot switch input (hint
> >
> > :).
> ;-) Ok, what was the decision for the foot switch input, which pin/
> connection?
> And what I know about the unix cw lib, paddle support is provided.
> But again, it is better to have a external device like "Linkey" or
> "Winkey".
> > A KDE version of tlf is low on the priority list. I am normalIy
> > running tlf in a Linux console under KDE, and that works fine. I have
> > tons of todo items for tlf which are more important. I  want to
> > rewrite a lot of the code to make it easier to maintain, and I have
> > to add a LOT of contests (e.g. WAEDX, IARU)... Also I want to
> > enhance/rewrite  the band map, e.g. I want to optionally make it
> > available in a separate terminal window so you can see more calls,
> > and control it with the rig qrg... Also I want to make the internal
> > log and mult tables dynamic.  At the moment these are set at compile
> > time (10.000 qso's and 3000 calls).
> If you can, please divide the code more into the working parts and the
> GUI, than its later more easy to change the GUI. On the other hand its
> hard enough to make a KDE version from tlf version with to different
> languages (C/C++). Ok let us do this in the next winter ;-)
> > Last winter I have been more busy with hardware. My K2 is now ready
> > (KPA100) and I can control it with tlf. I am also busy with a voice
> > keyer interface, I want tlf to support recording the messages.
> I read the story's about your dxpedition to TS7. I'm glad that I could
> work the TS7N with my K2/QRP on 30m.
> Happy Easter!
> 73 Wolf, DL2WRJ

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