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Re: APRS and Tracking Software for Linux?



I don't "do" APRS with my Linux box, as I have my
TM-D700 setup to do it by itself.
For sat tracking I use Predict with one of the clients
provided, or gpredict, an amazing piece of work which
integrates everything nicely.
http://groundstation.sourceforge.net/gpredict/
73, Jim  KQ6EA

--- "John Marranca, Jr" <KB2HSH@amsat.org> wrote:

> Hopefully someone can help me here.
> 
> I am experimenting with Ubuntu Linux 6.06 LTS
> here...and I'm so far
> impressed with the speed and ease of use.  It's
> certainly no Windows XP, but
> it's not bad.
> 
> So...what are other Linux users using for APRS duty?
>  Soundcard packet/APRS?
>  Tracking?
> 
> No hurry...since I'm not swtiching my 333 MHz
> Celeron.  I'm just in the
> "learning curve".
> 
> John KB2HSH
> 
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