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- Subject: Re: Linrad-02.41
- From: Dave Sublette <arrl.net; k4to@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 07 Jan 2008 22:41:31 -0500
I don't run Vista, thankfully. I run XP.
Leif Asbrink wrote:
> Hi Dave,
>> Is this a windows executale file or Linux?
> There are three files.
> wlr2-41.zip contains linrad.exe, help.lir and errors.lir and
> runs under Windows. I am curious to know whether it runs
> under Vista.
> lir02-41.tbz and lir02-41.zip have exactly the same contents,
> they are just packed with different programs. This is the
> source code for Linrad and it compiles equally well under
> Windows as under Linux. Maybe also FreeBsd. The tools to
> compile can be downloaded from
> mingw.zip and nasm about 15 megabytes.
> Just download, mingw and unzip in the specified
> directory "C:\MINGW" and execute the file mingw.exe
> Then unzip nasm into "C:MINGW\BIN"
> To compile Linrad from source, first type "CONFIGURE"
> then MAKE when logged to the directory where you have
> the Linrad source code from lir02-41.zip
> If you change something in the source code, just type MAKE
> Only if you add files (users_extra.c of users hwaredriver.c)
> to get your own functions you have to re-run CONFIGURE to
> get a new "Makefile" for the make command (make.bat) to
> operate on.
> The above is the standard way I always use when
> uploading a new Linrad version.
> Leif / SM5BSZ
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