Michael C. Toren on 15 Nov 2005 16:18:40 -0000

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Re: Follow-up from tonight's meeting

On Tue, Nov 15, 2005 at 10:58:36AM -0500, Tom Diehl wrote:
> > The use of Linux in amateur radio is a topic in itself with much
> > support built into the kernel and modules.
> It sure is. A friend of mine is trying to get me into APRS. I just wish
> I had the time to play.

The topic at the last PLUG meeting was using Ham Packet Radio and APRS
with Linux, and how the Search and Rescue group the speaker and I are
members of is using the technology.  Slides from the presentation can
be found at:



perl -e'$u="\4\5\6";sub H{8*($_[1]%79)+($_[0]%8)}sub G{vec$u,H(@_),1}sub S{vec
($n,H(@_),1)=$_[2]}$_=q^{P`clear`;for$iX){PG($iY)?"O":" "forX8);P"\n"}for$iX){
forX8){$c=scalar grep{G@$_}[$i-1Y-1Z-1YZ-1Y+1ZY-1ZY+1Z+1Y-1Z+1YZ+1Y+1];S$iY,G(
/,\$_/xg;s/X/(0..7/g;s/P/print+/g;eval' #     Michael C. Toren <mct@toren.net>

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