LHS Episode #406: HamPi and HamPC Deep Dive

Hello and welcome to Episode 406 of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode, we interview Dave Slotter, W3DJS, of the HamPi and HamPC projects. We learn a little bit about dave, then we take an in-depth look at his ham shack distribution projects. We explore how to get them, compile them, configure and use them and also get support for them. Thank you for listening to this episode of the show. We hope you have a fantastic week and join us again for our next episode.

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].

4 Responses to “LHS Episode #406: HamPi and HamPC Deep Dive”

  • Dave Slowik KN4LEL:

    Hey Guys,

    How about running some articles, about just plain old fashion Ham stuff. Not all of us are into digital, and computer interface operations. The new modes are fine, but many of us still use the C.W. modes, and phone. How about doing an article on vintage gear, and the how popular running the old stuff is becoming?


  • Galen WA6SBB:

    I agree with Dave, KN4LEL, The digital modes are fine for a lot of folks however I too enjoy CW. Articles and stories such as those by Bruce Vaughan, NR6Q (SK), were a treat to read and to think about (also his book!)
    Galen WA6SBB

  • Galen WA6SBB:

    Sri, Bruce’s call was NR5Q not NR6Q.
    73, Gaen

  • David VE6JZN:

    I agree. Amateur Radio is turning into too much of a computer oriented hobby, which it never was. (and I am an ex- Hardware Engineer)

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