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[aprssig] Kenwood D7 software on Linux?

Josh Smith juicewvu at gmail.com
Fri May 29 20:08:44 UTC 2009


I haven't used the specific software under linux/wine but I have had
excellent luck using the commands listed in this reference:
http://www.radiohound.com/command.htm and python's serial libraries as
detailed here: http://brainwagon.org/2007/11/03/new-serial-cable-works-scripting-for-the-th-d7a/

I've been considering the idea of writing a python script to parse a
text file of some sort containing the relevant info and program the
radio.  If i get inspired I'll see what I can hack together in the
next few days and post it.

Thanks,
Josh


Thanks,
Josh Smith
KD8HRX

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On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 2:40 PM, James Jolin <jjolin at itol.com> wrote:
> Greg D. wrote:
>>
>> Hi folks,
>>
>> Has anyone succeeded in running the Kenwood radio software (MD7G110) under
>> Linux under Wine (Crossover Office)?  I'm running OpenSuSE 11.1, KDE 3.5,
>> etc.  The GUI comes up fine, but I can't access the radio.  The serial port
>> is a "real" one (not via USB), and I can talk to the TNC in the Kenwood via
>> Kermit, so I know the serial port is working.
>>
>> I went into the Crossover "bottle" and created a symbolic link from com2
>> to /dev/ttyS4, but that didn't help.
>>
>> Anything else I can try?
>>
>> Greg  KO6TH
>>
>> Greg,
>
> Unless I am missing something, isn't ttyS4 com 3?...I know ttyS0 is com 1.
>  I haven't run the Kenwood stuff under Wine yet.  Did try  it on VirtualBox
> but ran in to some problems with the serial port setup.
> Jim WA9ARB
>
>
>
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