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 on: Today at 01:21:39 PM 
Started by jcdq - Last post by jcdq
Thank you, Fatmac!

 on: Today at 12:49:18 PM 
Started by jcdq - Last post by fatmac
Best to use gnumeric to import them, I would think, however, you could take a look at/read 'man cat'.
(Warning - Make copies of your spreadsheets before trying to concatenate them.)

 on: Today at 12:40:01 PM 
Started by 3guesses - Last post by fatmac
Should anyone be looking for recommendations, my suggestions are :-

Slitaz (cooking) - http://www.slitaz.org/en/get/
AntiX 13.1 base - http://sourceforge.net/projects/antix-linux/files/Final/antiX-13.1/

(AntiX is my regular distro, but SliTaz intrigues me, so I keep it in reserve. Smiley)

 on: September 26, 2014, 09:17:51 AM 
Started by smileyfons - Last post by smileyfons

So astrology can be used to find a person's natal chart and understand about them or yourself...
Any other use?

Nadi Dosha (http://astrologymag.com/nadi-dosha-in-kundli-matching/)

 on: September 16, 2014, 04:19:50 AM 
Started by AE7XQ - Last post by AE7XQ
Along with the amateur radio related software from KE4NT, I have also decided to download the various DSL wireless tools. I do not necessarily have much use for wireless internet given my purposes, but if I can get it to work, it could prove useful when software updates are necessary.

 on: September 14, 2014, 07:05:21 PM 
Started by CNK - Last post by AE7XQ
I have just booted up 4.11.RC2 on a Dell Inspiron. Looks sharp. Now I will begin the process of selecting the software I want to download from the "MyDSL" repository and burn that to a disc for installing to it. I can not seem to get the Linksys wireless card to work, but I had expected that might be a problem.

 on: September 14, 2014, 07:02:55 PM 
Started by AE7XQ - Last post by AE7XQ
I  now have 4.11.RC2 running from disc on a Dell Inspiron. I haven't gotten the wireless internet to work, but I never really planned on connecting to the internet. I am going to download all the appropriate "MyDSL" software to a local disc and burn to CD. My plan involves testing various install methods so to make the system function most efficiently. One area that I have some minor concern over is that of repeater control. However, that may well prove itself as a non-issue for the time being. That is to say that the repeater isn't functional at this time, so whether or not I can control it with DSL is moot point. I will provide a screen shot later.

 on: September 14, 2014, 09:38:54 AM 
Started by rk4262 - Last post by AE7XQ
If it helps, I'd suggest purchasing "The Official Damn Small Linux Book" via Amazon. It can found for a very reasonable price and contains a good amount of information about DSL and how to really make it work. The book including installing to USB drives and Zip drives. Not only does it give a good overview of DSL, it also gets into the "nuts and bolts" of the OS. I would certainly suggest looking into obtaining this book, then I suspect you could really make your DSL install work for you and also make it run very smoothly.

 on: September 14, 2014, 09:34:45 AM 
Started by betatest3 - Last post by AE7XQ
I would like to a see a new version of DSL, but before that can happen, there really needs be a substantial user base that would want it. DSL is still quite robust, despite it being a smaller than average Linux Distro. I remember when DSL and Puppy were almost tied in terms of being minimalist distros. It would seem that Puppy has become rather bloated. DSL is still small, save for what the end user adds on after installing it. Perhaps a DSL group on Facebook or Yahoo would help to drum up new interest and even new developers. Me? I'm just an amateur radio operator who is planning to use the most recently available release candidate to set up an HF/VHF/UHF station. I have already created a thread regarding that and have promised to post updates in that thread. However, that might be another thing, all of us who are here discussing what we are using DSL for and perhaps what we'd like to see DSL become. Lets be positive and show the world that DSL is more than what people can imagine. We can do this.

 on: September 14, 2014, 09:25:31 AM 
Started by AE7XQ - Last post by AE7XQ
I know that there has not been much development with DSL as of late. No matter. What is available is more than sufficient for my current project. Let me start by stating that I have played with DSL on and off for a couple of years now. I have tried various spins of it created by others, including a version that is dedicated to the game of Go. I recently purchased "The Official Damn Small Linux Book". My plan is to install the most recent release candidate into an older laptop I have and then use the mydsl and install the amateur radio software that was created/ported by KE4NT. I am not looking to create a customized DSL. Rather, I am going to see how far I can go in running a state of the art HF/VHF/UHF amateur radio station on minimalist Linux. To this end, I feel that DSL is a better candidate than Puppy or any of the other minimalistic Linux distros. Having had good experiences with DSL in the past, I am trusting that this project will work out well. I plan to use this thread to keep everyone posted of my progress (including pictures as I get the station set up) and also to answer questions relating to Linux, DSL in the ham shack, and amateur radio in general.

I will also be posting my thoughts about how to make DSL better from an amateur radio perspective in this thread. I do like DSL and I recognize its potential and plan to exploit it to the best of my abilities.

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