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Ok , so I am having a problem running my email client , meant to send this to
the 'bb

Douglas Cole wrote:
> 
> David wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > Has anyone though about writing a Java platform independant client for this?
> >
> > Dave Johnson
> > G4DPZ
> >
> 
> I have found that java can be the biggest pain in the tushie , it never seems to
> run properly on my linux installations and almost always crashes netscape.
> 
> Why not use PHP , it is free and does not seem to crater on my linux box at all
> and from what I hear is very powerful for database manipulation .....
> 
> just a thought as I have learned to dread going to a java based web page and
> always leave java off on netscape , whereas any page with PHP always purrs right
> along :)
> 
> my 2c worth .....
> 
> 'snip
> 
> Phil Karn wrote:
> > >
> > > Thanks. With AO-40 software demods coming out of the woodwork, a
> > > standard interface spec seemed like an urgent issue.
> > >
> > > >Are you intending writing any code for the server end?  I would be
> > > interested in
> > > >working on some code for the client end (NOT Windows)!
> > >
> > > Yes I am, though I haven't had much time to spend on it this week. I
> > > am doing a Linux software demod for the 400 bps telemetry format. It
> > > will run as a background daemon that will read raw samples from a
> > > sound card and emit them on standard output and on the Internet using
> > > the protocol I am defining.
> > >
> > > My goal is to write a modem with the best possible Eb/No performance,
> > > even if that requires more CPU cycles. It will also be capable of
> > > correctly acquiring (without false lock) a PSK signal anywhere in the
> > > audio passband without operator intervention or
> > > initialization. Eventually I hope to have it generate tuning signals
> > > that are timed to occur in the padding between frames so the tuning
> > > transient won't disrupt any data.
> > >
> > > Phil
> 
> Thanks alot Phil for making the effort that I at this time could not do ( I am
> no programmer ) as I enjoy Linux and consider it the 'os of choice for amateurs
> ( why don't more use it ? ) , but since I am no hacker by any means I have to
> live with what others make for me , and am very appreciative of it ....
> 
> So again thanks for making this effort to cook up an open source application for
> the amateur community , and also thanks to John for making PREDICT , it works
> very well and allows me to track the satellites without having a windoze box in
> my house ;^))
> 
> on we go .....
> --
> Douglas Cole
> N7BFS
> AMSAT#26182 , K2 # 544
> http://www.users.qwest.net/~cdoug3
> n7bfs@qwest.net
> Registered Linux user # 188922

-- 
Douglas Cole
N7BFS
AMSAT#26182 , K2 # 544
http://www.users.qwest.net/~cdoug3
n7bfs@qwest.net
Registered Linux user # 188922
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