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I looked up WInLink and downloaded the software. Since I am a
Linux user, I following their instructions to install, but WinLink
is not working properly. Still working on the issue.
P.S. After supporting Windows in all it's flavors over 38 years,
I am done with Windows.
On 9/30/21 1:29 PM, Bill McFarland -
Thanks Bob. I should have indicated that you don’t
have to be a member of either club to participate in the SET.
I’ll put you on the list with your mobile. Do you do WinLink?
Much more info to come as we work out the plan.
I am not a club member, considering joining once this
COVID crap settles down and you met again, but I would
like to participate. I have both mobile and HT.
On 9/30/21 11:27 AM, Bill McFarland - N0AXZ wrote:
The annual Simulated Emergency Test (SET) is
coming up.There has been some great planning for
this exercise in our county Office of Emergency
Management group organized around Earthquake
response in Boone County. We are also involving some
MU campus sites in the exercise.
We need some more amateur radio operators for
this SET. Below is the list of the volunteers I have
so far. (If you told me you wanted to participate,
and don't see your call - I'm sorry I missed it).
Please respond to this email if you can play
Saturday morning, Nov 6.
All operators are welcome. We use VHF/UHF radios,
and we will tell you what to do in response to our
calls. There is a place for HTs in this exercise.
If you can't leave the house, but you could use
your radio that morning, we could maybe use you as a
AD0UK – Brian
AD0ZE – Jon
K0MIZ – Jim
K0PHP – Chris
KC0EZE – Ernest
KE0BTC - Ben
KE0IKG - Paul
N0AXZ – Bill
N1OJG - Damon
WD6BGN - Ralph
Thanks for your support.