Okay, a quick one. I’ve updated my macbook now to Big Sur today. A lot of files have been copied and moved and written and so on – I think that update was something around 12 GB of files to download…
Let’s start with the website ham-digital.org. It contains the user database of registered DMR-IDs worldwide.
This article is a summary of reasoniamhere.com/…/outrageously-useful-tips-to-master-your-z-shell/. The original article is from 2014 and the pages last entry is from 2015. In case the website goes down I want the important bits saved for my reading and learning pleasure ;-)
For some reason my git commits failed when I re-enabled gpg signing. This is how I finally fixed that problem.
I usually fetch the upstream repository and merge it into my local repository, then upload all the merges into the github repository. That works sometimes, but it also fails sometimes with me having an extra commit with merges leaving the git history different from the upstream…
Press and hold down
1 while turning on your radio to change the bands on your Anytone handheld (tested on my D878UV+). To change them, turn the channel knob and power the radio off when it is showing you the setting that you want.
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You want to install
w3m. It is a text browser. Don’t forget
rpi-rw before installing anything if you’re on Pi-Star.