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    Good Morning Team,

    I wonder if someone can advise, I chose 15.1 Leap, because it says there is support for AX25

    Can some one tell me how to basicly setup AX25 Please

    Is this a ready to go thing, as it is built into the kernel

    Thanks in advace from Alan

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    Default AW: Ax25 Setup

    Please, what is AX25?????

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    Good Morning, it is a method of networking used for packet radio, the ax25 is a standard used on the 44 network buy ham radio people,
    and is still inn use since the late 80's the biggest problem, is the ax25 standard alone will only work on ubuntu 14.04.06 so oout of date..
    It was include in Debian OS but died so I am told on version 7, so I look around and found openSUSE 15.1 Leap has it built into the Kernel

    Now as I have never used it as a built in option, I was looking for pointers of how to use it...

    All the best from Alan

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    Default Re: Ax25 Setup

    Install 'opi', then run
    Code:
    opi ax25
    It does give some results, but to be honest, I know nothing about ax25 either.
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    Default Re: AW: Ax25 Setup

    Quote Originally Posted by Sauerland View Post
    #Thank you, but that information is for downloading ax25 modules and installing them, which only works on Ubuntu 14.04

    What I need is to know how to access the in built ax25 functions of openSUSE 15.1

    All the best from Alan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    Install 'opi', then run
    Code:
    opi ax25
    It does give some results, but to be honest, I know nothing about ax25 either.
    opi

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    #Thank you, but that information is for downloading ax25 modules and installing them, which only works on Ubuntu 14.04
    Its for openSUSE 11.1......

    So I would do it....

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    Default Re: Ax25 Setup

    Quote Originally Posted by finelock View Post
    Good Morning Team,

    I wonder if someone can advise, I chose 15.1 Leap, because it says there is support for AX25

    Can some one tell me how to basicly setup AX25 Please

    Is this a ready to go thing, as it is built into the kernel

    Thanks in advace from Alan
    Hi
    Have you installed ax25-tools and libax25*?

    Code:
        These are the support utilities required to make use of the internal
        AX.25, NET/ROM and Rose support in the linux kernel. The ax25tools are
        mostly configuration utilities, applications can be found in the
        package ax25apps.
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/s...adio/ax25-apps
    http://www.linux-ax25.org/wiki/LinuxAX25
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    Default Re: Ax25 Setup

    Leap 15.1 kernel does not include ham radio support. You will need to build necessary modules yourself or use other kernel.

    https://marc.info/?l=opensuse&m=158841016515748&w=2

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