[aprssig] Before You Install Windows 10 (Or even if you don't want to) Read This

Greg Dolkas ko6th.greg at gmail.com
Fri Sep 18 10:28:50 EDT 2015

Hi Randy,

Take a look at the "hardware" section in the Wiki link below.  The two steps are to create a symbolic link to the device file, so Wine knows where the ports are, and the registry entries which fill in entries in a Windows API that APRSIS32 uses to enumerate the Com ports for the configuration screen.   The second step is often missed, and will prevent APRSIS32 from showing the ports.

Good luck,

Greg KO6TH

On September 18, 2015 5:57:56 AM PDT, Randy Allen <ka0azs at earthlink.net> wrote:
>I tried this a few years ago using Mint, but was never able to
>a link between Wine and a com port to connect to my MFJ 1270 TNC.  The 
>internet connection worked fine, but I want an RF tool, not another 
>internet only appliance in the shack.  To me APRS-IS functionality is a
>secondary and not a critical feature.
>It's been a few years and I realize I don't have details here, but is 
>there someplace with a simple step by step in connecting to com ports 
>through Wine?
>On 9/18/2015 00:29, Greg D via aprssig wrote:
>> +1
>> Been using it this way for several years on my OpenSuSE Linux
>> Greg  KO6TH
>> Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) via aprssig wrote:
>>> Oh, and APRSISCE/32 runs just fine under Wine.  See:
>>> http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/doc:linux
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