Read the README again, particularly the section about sysconf (or was is
error may be coming from. You may have to set that up again.
Post by Eric Struble yahoo-FFnemail@example.com [linuxham]
Hi Dave, Greg;
I guess itâs the case of RTFM. I apologize for mentioning RigCat in this
thread. While skimming the instructions somewhere I either saw or thought I
saw RigCat in the documentation or maybe I had RigCat on my mind since that
is what fldigi uses.
Anyway Iâll see what I can do to get Hamlib to work.
On a side note I did run into a problem trying to install the latest
version that is on the
Following the links, I downloaded the following file: â¢ OSX
10.9: WSJT-X_rc1_10.9.dmg which downloaded just fine. I then opened up the
.dmg file and thought it would be a good time to read the âReadMe.txt fileâŠ
So far all OK. I then pulled the file: wsjtx-10.9-1.4.0-rc1.tar.gz out of
the .dmg to the desktop, ran it to extract the .app. But, when I tried to
run the wsjt application I keep getting the error: "Unable to create shared
memory segment". I searched the HDD for any references to WSJT and removed
any thing that was left from the earlier installation. I still get the same
error. So, somehow I broke the installation and now I canât go back to the
previous version (same error).
What else should I be looking for that might be a remaining artifact that
is causing a problem with the new installation?
Hi Dave, Eric
The current beta version v1.4.0-rc2 does not use Hamlib from repositories.
I has a custom build of Hamlib3 (Static Libs) and rigctld-wsjtx (shipped
with the package). As such, you should not have to install Hamlib in order
to test WSJT-X v1.4.0 RC2.
As Dave stated, RigCat is a moot point, as WSJT-X does not use that control method.
WSJT-X doesn't use RigCAT; it uses Hamlib. Did you install hamlib
according to the instructions (README file) in the WJST-X download?
Have you activated Rig Control in the preferences for WJST-X, or by
manually editing the ini file to turn on Rig Control?
âHave you told WSJT-X (in the preferences) which PTT to use? I believe
you can use PTT method of CAT, as the 590s supports the CAT command for
PTT, I believe.
You're not trying to run Fldigi and WSJT-X at the same time, are you? For
that matter, WSJT-X and any other program with control over the rig (such
as a logbook program). Only one program at a time. â
"Real radio bounces off the sky"
Post by yahoo-FFnfirstname.lastname@example.org [linuxham]
I have a RigCat configuration question for OS X 10.9 while running WSJT-X 1.4.0
I have been trying to configure WSJT-X to communicate with my Kenwood
TS-590S via USB. Currently, I am only able to get the TS-590S to transmit
by using VOX. I would like to use RegCat to control the frequency and also
transmit. I am trying to use the same device reference that I use on fldigi
with RigCat (/dev/tty.SLAB_USBtoUART) but, with no success. (I edited the
wsjtx.ini file to add the device.)
I'm sure it's something simple that I am missing in order to get WSJTX to
call the RigCat routine for communicating with my TS-590S