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Re: gpredict



Gpredict is the ONLY satellite program I ever got to work with LINUX.

I do remember having a problem with the NEW daylight savings time
changes.  This particular program didn't seem to be written for that
type of compensation and change, unless I missed something.

I was still using FEDORA 7 (or Core 7) at the time.  I think they took
the "CORE" term out finally.  I had taken a LINUX 101 course from
HP, and was trying my best to learn LINUX.  I started with Fedora
Core 5.

Not knocking HP, but LINUX 101 is equivalent to learning a dozen
phrases in a foreign language.  It gives you a basic exposure, but
somehow falls far short of being sufficient. (I also spent several
hundred dollars on LINUX books too.)

Sorry I can't be of specific help to you with you MAC.  You need
someone who is much more familiar with that platform than I.

Good Luck,

Charlie, N5TD



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Andrew Rich" <vk4tec@people.net.au>
To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 12:07 AM
Subject: [amsat-bb] gpredict


>I am almost there with gpredict on mac os x
>
> All i have left to do is
>
> GTK+
> GLIB
> GTHREAD
>
> ideas ?
>
> Andrew VK4TEC
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