On Thu, 31 Jan 2008, IT2 Stuart Blake Tener, USNR wrote:
> I am interested in finding out what efforts (if any) maybe underway with regard
> to trying to get AX.25, and other sorts of Amateur Radio Support for the MacOS
> I saw Bent's announcement, and I wonder if developers of Amateur Radio Software
> under Linux ever consider attempting to try to compile their software within an
> Apple environment (MacOS)?
There are ways to use Xastir with a KISS TNC under Solaris, HP/UX,
MacOSX, Linux, and FreeBSD, without having to set up AX.25
interfaces. Of course if you have AX.25 interfaces set up (in Linux
only), you can use them with Xastir as well.
I know that's not quite what you're asking about, but several of our
users are running Xastir on OSX and happy with it, so at least for
APRS you have some options there.
Curt, WE7U: <www.eskimo.com/~archer/> XASTIR: <www.xastir.org>
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