You expand the tarball by typing 'tar zxvf
wsecontrol.tar.gz'. You can run the executable file by typing './wse' .
If you want to modify and recompile the application instead of just running the
executable file I would suggest that you download QT3-Designer and
QT3-Assistant. You can get these as Debian packages qt3-designer and
qt3-assistant. There are also ancillary qt3-related files that you may
want to download as well.
Having modified the source wse.pro and its daughter files with QT-Designer, you
can compile it by typing 'qmake -o Makefile wse.pro'. When you are back
at the command line, just type 'make'. Then, typing './wse' will run your
The WSE Controller controls the frequency of the WSE whether you are using the RXHFA HF module or the RX144 module as the front end, and allows you to listen to 160, 80, 40, 20 or 2 meters, or 10 MHz with the WSE hardware.
If you try my WSE Controller let me know how it works [or not] for you.
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