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New Linrad e-mail list user
- Subject: New Linrad e-mail list user
- From: "Ramiro Aceves, EA1ABZ" <ea1abz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2003 09:18:02 +0200
Hello Linrad fans:
I have just joined to this list. Only to tell you that I have installed
again susccessfully Linrad version 56 on my second computer, and old 486.
This computer was tested some time ago with 36version with good results in
SSB bandwith for EME. Now I reinstall all again with old Linux Mandrake 6.1
and svgalib and nasm picked from Leif page almost without problems. The
first problem I found was a "segmentation fault received" when started
Linrad. The problem was caused by a bad svgalib video card configuration.
Once fixed all was ok (svgalib has go some nice testing programs). Leif,
your web page suport is great for installing Linrad.
The second error message was found when I was setting the location
parameters for moon tracking. I needed manually to mkdir /home/emedir folder
and problem was solved.
Now I am going to install Linrad on my AMD 1200 MHz computer and Mandrake 8.
WeŽll see what happens.....Linux always reserves marvelous surprises.
Thank you Leif for your great program.!!!
Also thanks to Linux!!! :-)
73, Ramiro, EA1ABZ
4x12 , 1500W
----- Original Message -----
From: "Colburn" <kd4e@xxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, July 18, 2003 5:20 AM
Subject: Re: [linrad] Laptop
> On Thu, 2003-07-17 at 17:50, Joe Fitzgerald wrote:
> > Beware the marketing hype ... if I understand this article correctly,
> > best you can get from Extigy is 16 bits. just like Delta44
> > http://www6.tomshardware.com/video/20020405/
> For some reason Tom's site was not loading ... or at least was taking
> I have been told elsewhere that some sections of the Extigy are capable
> of 24bit/96KHz, but others only 16bit/48KHz, thus the bottleneck defines
> the true capacity ... the marketing hype seems to border on false
> I have decided to go with the Creative MP3+ USB instead, 16bit/44.1KHz
> which is sufficient to most of my needs, and lots cheaper too!
> 73, doc kd4e