Why not use the original....microsat application in microsat-0.9- Xaw.tar.gz
Thanks for the replies.
de John EI7IG
On 7 Nov 2007, at 14:27, Alan wrote:
Brilliant move on my part but it is still early in the morning here...
The URL is http://www.filewatcher.com/p/pb-pg-1.0.oz6bl.tar.gz.36556/pb-pg-1.0/ pb-pg.tx t.html
-----Original Message----- From: Alan [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: November 7, 2007 8:26 AM To: 'John Ronan' Subject: RE: [amsat-bb] GO-32 Question.
Hi John, from what I understand from the old days of using the DOS versions of PB, it first gets a directory listing of files ( each message and binary is a file ) and then you can request a download from that directory listing.
Here is a URL that might assist you.
When GO-32 is working there are always a few test JPG's available to download.
Hope this helps...
73, Alan VE4YZ AMSAT LM 2352 http://www.mts.net/~ve4wsc/ AMSAT A-485
-----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:amsat-bb- [email protected]] On Behalf Of John Ronan Sent: November 7, 2007 7:53 AM To: AMSAT-BB BB Subject: [amsat-bb] GO-32 Question.
I'm trying to debug the Linux version of PB/PG. Having never used it before. Are there any small files on the satellite that I could get it to attempt to download while attempting to debug it? And I apologies to GO-32 users for the intrusion.
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