LHS Episode #171: Montana Rancher 1.1

robot-rancher-imageIn Episode #171 of the Linux in the Ham Shack podcast, the hosts have a grand ol' time discussing Field Day, the founder of Adafruit, litigation-happy Oracle, a great Linux tutorial web site, new style virtualization technologies, an innovative way to steal encryption keys, contest logging, Winlink and much more. Thank you for tuning in. Please remember to send us feedback. We love feedback.

73 de The LHS Crew

Russ Woodman, K5TUX, co-hosts the Linux in the Ham Shack podcast which is available for download in both MP3 and OGG audio format. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “LHS Episode #171: Montana Rancher 1.1”

  • Don AE5K:

    First time I’ve heard your LHS podcast. Suggestion: it would be nice if you jotted down references mentioned in the podcast and posted them on this web page. I did not catch the reference to the good Linux info site, so guess I must listen to most of the podcast again to get it. I’ve been using Linux (first was Debian, now Mint) for quite a few years although I must still dual boot for a few program I cannot use on Linux. It is often I don’t get into Windows for a week at a time though. Thanks for your efforts, I enjoyed listening to you guys this afternoon. 73 / 72 de Don AE5K, Yellville, Arkansas

  • Dave KK4UJJ:

    All the show notes are there, if you follow through the link chain. For this episode, if you go to
    you’ll see everything you were asking for….

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