jjolin at itol.com
Thu Nov 8 14:04:07 EST 2007
John Ronan wrote:
> It runs fine.
> Its terminal based so I've never made a 'shortcut'. I'll try that
> when I get home.
> I just start up an x-terminal and run it from the command line when I
> need it.
> As for updating keps.
> This works for me.
> /bin/rm -f amateur.txt
> # Get new keps
> /usr/bin/wget http://www.celestrak.com/NORAD/elements/amateur.txt
> # update Predicts TLE Database
> /usr/bin/predict -u amateur.txt
> de John
> On 7 Nov 2007, at 23:45, James Jolin wrote:
>> Anyone on this list know how to get Predict to run on linux? I have
>> made a "shortcut" and when I click on it nothing happens. I see
>> Andrew Rich has it running so I know it works.
>> Jim WA9ARB
> Tnx, Andrew, Greg and John. Don't know much about scrips, perl and
> such..the last "script" I wrote was a dos batch file. Will have to
> learn somethings during the winter.
I just want to know where the various satillites are...don't have any
rotor control in mind.
I think I will uninstall gpredict and go and get one I can compile that
way I will have a more up todate version.
Anyone know of a good source on how to write perl or bash scripts?
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