Fedora Linux and Ham Radio

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The Fedora Project logo (credit: Wikipedia)

Whether you are currently running Linux or interested in switching from Windows or Mac, finding amateur radio related applications that would run in a new operating system can be a challenge. The Red Hat sponsored Fedora Project has posted an interview with Eric “Sparks” Christensen where he shared his experience running amatuer radio tools currently available in the Fedora distribution. The Fedora Documentation Project has also put together an Amateur Radio Guide with descriptions and screenshots of several applications.

If you would like to get involved in adding more amateur radio software to Fedora, you can join their Amateur Radio Special Interest Group (SIG).

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