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Re: Email via Satellite Simulated Emergency Test

On Nov 5, 2007, at 4:14 PM, Nate Duehr wrote:

> On Nov 5, 2007, at 3:26 PM, Bob Stewart wrote:
>> Bob can you or anyone tell me if there are software TNCs  for
>> soundcards out there?  I know almost nothing about APRS or
>> even where to turn to get useful information.  Unfortunately,
>> buying a TNC is simply not going to happen at this time.  I am
>> a Linux user.
> Bob,
> In the "early" days of packet radio

[snip my long-winded and goofed reply...]

Oops, I also missed that you were specifically looking for Linux info  
Bob.  Other folks covered it, but I missed it completely and also  
could have helped in that regard.

The abundance of ham radio software in Ubuntu is the direct result of  
the core group of Amateur Radio package managers in the upstream  
Debian project.

The Debian-Hams mailing list is always quiet, but active... and the  
group of hams using/supporting Debian (long before Ubuntu even existed  
as a down-stream/cross-stream distribution) has always been an  
impressive list of "who's who" in Amateur Radio... and Unix Operating  

Nate Duehr, WY0X

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