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 1 
 on: Today at 03:07:11 PM 
Started by K1PJR - Last post by K1PJR
I listened to his call about 10 times and I swear it ended in "zero". 

Thanks anyway.

 2 
 on: Today at 03:06:27 PM 
Started by W8JX - Last post by KK4GGL
You say that "Linux is a niche home OS at best". Wow. Just Wow. Many domestic and international government agencies use GnuLinux distributions. Many companies use them. Look around the Internet and you will find a large percentage of servers use GnuLinux for servers. Netcraft says eham.net is using Linux as well as the ARRL, SK6AW.net, and QRZ.
... a "niche home OS at best". Hilarious.

It is hilarious to suggest it is not a niche OS for home usage. Being used by some servers has zero bearing on home usage. A Black Berry OS 10.x derivative is used by several car makers for a in car OS because it talk well with IOS and Android phones. Does this make it a great home OS? No. For many years Walmart used a version of OS2 for inventory management. Does it make it a great home OS? No. Same with Linux. Wishful thinking will not change this.

You said "Linux is a niche home OS at best". That seems to exclude GnuLinux in other uses, and relegates it to the "home niche". I gave examples that use outside GnuLinux outside the home. Your above explanation goes in the other direction.

As far as home use goes, GnuLinux has WP, SS, DB apps. Audio and video editing apps. Audio and video playing apps. Graphics editing apps. VOIP apps. And Ham apps. IT prints from almost anything.

... and how is "Linux ugly"?

 3 
 on: Today at 03:05:31 PM 
Started by W0BTU - Last post by VK5DO
I tried it for about a month but it didn't help me.

 4 
 on: Today at 03:01:03 PM 
Started by K1PJR - Last post by N5INP
I just had a QSO with 8R1A0 on 15 but it doesn't show up on the QRZ call sign lookup.  The ops name is Edwin.  Can anyone shed any light on this?  I believe it's Guyana but I would like an address.  I had an issue with QRZ with another op and he had to contact QRZ as to why his call sign wasn't showing at their site.

Tnx
Phil
K1PJR

Are you sure it wasn't 8R1AK - Esmond?

 5 
 on: Today at 03:00:47 PM 
Started by AD9DX - Last post by MM0NDX
DXFun, http://www.dxfuncluster.com/
 
DXHeat: https://dxheat.com/dxc/

DXForMe: http://dxfor.me/

Plenty out there way better than DX Summit. Or download VE7CC - that's where DX Summit and many others take their spots from.

73 Col, MM0NDX

 6 
 on: Today at 02:57:14 PM 
Started by SWL2002 - Last post by K9IUQ
I got LOTS of interested info and facts from Stan, K9IUQ and also from Bob, "SWL2002" and just wonder why some want "ignore" good info. I personanally do not understand this "Ignore" mental in E-Ham net.
BIG thank you from Finland, Stan and Bop   Smiley

Jari
OH6I

Jari, You are biased. You like Boomer and Xena.... And I like Domi.   Wink

Stan K9IUQ

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 on: Today at 02:56:01 PM 
Started by K1PJR - Last post by K1PJR
I just had a QSO with 8R1A0 on 15 but it doesn't show up on the QRZ call sign lookup.  The ops name is Edwin.  Can anyone shed any light on this?  I believe it's Guyana but I would like an address.  I had an issue with QRZ with another op and he had to contact QRZ as to why his call sign wasn't showing at their site.

Tnx
Phil
K1PJR

 8 
 on: Today at 02:45:40 PM 
Started by AK4YW - Last post by K9IUQ
I have my disagreements with Stan but at least he seems willing to "man up" when it's called for.

 I was simply commenting on the difference between you and Stan.

The difference between me and many hams is I always try to post the truth. If I can not prove something I do not post it. If by chance (rarely) I do post something that is not the truth then I do something most Hams never do:

I APOLOGIZE..

Yes, it is hard and not something I enjoy but I have done it. I recognize I am sometimes wrong and am not afraid to admit it publicly.

There are two things I find disturbing from KD8JMR and AA6YQ. KD8JMR made a serious accusation against AA6YQ and did not prove it. On the other hand AA6YQ did not seem perturbed at all about the accusation. Hmmmmm, what really happened?

I would NEVER accuse publicly someone of doing something unless I could absolutely prove it.

Stan K9IUQ

 9 
 on: Today at 02:41:44 PM 
Started by KD2BDZ - Last post by W8JX

for me it would be to get a rig with zero mileage and the free factory warranty.  else, imo you are rolling the dice to save a few hundred bucks.


I got my 480 used over 5 years ago with optional 1.9khz SSB and 500hz CW filters all ready installed and never had slightest problem with it. It was over 200 less than a new one without optional filters and filters really make rig play well too. I have updated firmware twice and added optional voice module. Sweet rig.

 10 
 on: Today at 02:32:36 PM 
Started by KK4GGL - Last post by W1JKA
   Who's going to save the next day if we're all hanging out here on the eHam forums?

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