[Linux-ham] Linux Ham radio software for RARS hamfest

Rob Rousseau KI4BKE KI4BKE at nc.rr.com
Tue Mar 23 17:40:43 EST 2004

It may have been me.
Did you mean this link?
Seems to cover a bunch of apps for Mandrake.

Kevin Otte wrote:

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>On Tue, Mar 23, 2004 at 04:30:33PM -0500, Jeremy Portzer wrote:
>>It would be great to have a CD of Linux software that's useful for ham
>>radio applications to make available at the hamfest.  Who wants to
>>volunteer to put this together?  Kevin O.?  :-)
>I remember there being some mention of a Mandrake based ham disc somewhere
>out there.  Was that Rob or Tanner?  In terms of software for a Red Hat /
>Fedora distro, that might take some time to put together.  Honestly, for ham
>software, Debian is your best bet.  Everything's in the repo.
>I also read recently about a Knoppix-based ham disc, but a brief Google
>search did not seem to return anything useful to me.
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