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Re: [aprssig] Re: OLPC ... Neat!


I've started a page on the laptop.org WIKI,  currently at:
http://wiki.laptop.org/go/User:Kronenpj to document what I've been
doing.  Once I get it a bit further along, I'll see if the OLPC folks
want amateur-radio stuff in their wiki or somewhere else.  In the
meantime, anyone with comments or suggestions, please use the discussion
tab and we'll work through things.


Paul Kronenwetter wrote:
> Bob Bruninga wrote:
>>> I think the XO is a... ground breaking device.  
>>> Did I get one? No, I realized that it is does 
>>> not meet my needs and would end up in the
>>> closet or given away to a child...
>> ...
>> I can't wait for the ham software to start working with it.  Talk about portability...  The ease of use, will assure that I will now probbly have the ham radio laptop apps with me more often than before since I will be more apt to carry the small XO at low risk then lug the big laptop.
>> Bob, WB4APR
> For what it's worth, I've had good success getting Xastir working on
> the box.  The only part I'm having real trouble with is soundmodem keeps
> crashing when ever it decodes a packet.  Otherwise all is compiling and working
> nicely, once the appropriate prerequisite packages are installed.
> -Paul

Paul Kronenwetter - N2KIQ
AEC Technology
Orange County Emergency Amateur Radio Team
Amateur Radio is a hobby, Emergency Communications is a commitment!

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