graphical user interface to the Ham Radio Control Libraries
Gnome RIG is a graphical user interface to the Ham Radio Control Libraries,
which lets you control your communication radios and/or antenna rotators from
a personal computer. Gnome RIG is written using the Gtk+ and Gnome widgets.
Gnome RIG is in a very early stage and it supports only a very little subset
of the full Hamlib API, but it can be very useful in testing basic hamlib
support for your rig.
1. About Grig
Grig is a graphical user interface for the Ham Radio Control Libraries. It is
intended to be simple and generic, presenting the user to the same interface
regardless of which radio he or she uses.
2. Installing Grig from Source
Due to the extensive number of changes in version 0.4, you are strongly
encouraged to remove any pre 0.4 release of grig before installing this one.
- Frequency entry via keypad (thanks to Alessandro Zummo).
- Arrow LEFT/RIGHT will change the frequency with the smallest step. This can
be used for tuning using external devices like the Powermate.
* Support for VFO->MEM and MEM->VFO function.
- Support on/off rig functions.
- Added an extra gigahertz digit in lcd display
- Added antenna control
- French l10n
- Fixed crash that occ
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grig - graphical user interface for the Ham Radio Control
Grig is a simple Ham Radio control (CAT) program based on the
Ham Radio Control Libraries. It is intended to be highly
generic presenting the user to the
grig (0.8.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release.
* Dropped debian/patches which hav
2011-08-20; Stephane Fillod <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Fixes for make distcheck
Grig is designed and developed by Alexandru Csete, OZ9AEC.
Joop Stakenborg, PG4I, provided debian p
This package was debianized by Joop Stakenborg email@example.com on
Sat, 21 Jun 2003 19:47:45 +0200.
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