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[aprssig] Xastir install issues

Dave Baxter dave at emv.co.uk
Wed Nov 30 14:40:36 UTC 2005


Hi..

My replies indented below... 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org On Behalf Of William McKeehan
> Sent: Wednesday, November 30, 2005 2:25 PM
> Subject: RE: [aprssig] Xastir install issues
> 
> I don't think it's quite 7 clicks, but if you follow the steps here:
> 
> http://www.lintronix.com/winxastir/netinstall.html
> 
> You will install cygwin with a base build of Xastir WITHOUT 
> the need for a development package. These guys have Xastir 
> setup as a Cygwin package, so once you have Cygwin installed, 
> you have Xastir installed.
> 

	That's exactly what I did.  But Xastir is NOT installed.  It is
	Downloaded as a gz2 file, whatever that is, but it is NOT
installed
	or processed in any way, it's just sitting there...


> I will agree with earlier statements that if you try to 
> follow this path and the README.win32 both, then you will get 
> confused.
> 
	What else am I suposed to do?  Other than the end dialog of
"Done"
	No other confirmation as to what was installed was present,
other
	than the CygWin icon on the desktop.


> The only thing that I think may be missing from these 
> instructions is how to start Xastir after you have it 
> installed. Simply run "Start - Programs - Cygwin-X - xterm" 
> In the window that opens, simply type "/usr/local/bin/xastir"
> 
	There is no such path created by the install, from memory,
	as I'm not in front of the machine in question at the mo.

	If that is the case, I assume it can be shortcuted somehow.


> I'll also agree with others that this is probably not the 
> best forum to discuss Xastir installation issues - the Xastir 
> mailing list has a number of experts that are more than 
> willing to help you thru any issues that you may have.
> 
	Assuming one can view the Xastir list and any FAQ's it may
	have, just in case they can help.  I can't, content warnings
	and error 404.


> Good luck!
>
	Thanks, I need it!...




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