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there will be conflicts if you have
something from a repository using apt/aptitude/synaptic installed
and then try to install our bare Debian package file. To get the
latest v2.3.0 release I recommend removing any other version of
WSJT-X and then installing our package using dpkg, or
alternatively wait for the repo you were using to be updated,
which may not take very long.
On 02/02/2021 18:27, Andy_501 wrote:
I tried downloading the wsjt installer .deb file and having the
debi installer install it but always just came back installing
only message aggregator alone.
I completely purged older version and reran the same process
again and it did the same thing aggregator only. So I purged it
all and then just installed the package from the synaptic
package manager ; it installed OK and runs but is the older
version. Can't seem to get newer versions to install. OS here is
which wsjtx = "/usr/bin/wsjtx" <--- but this is after
reinstalling from synaptic pkg manager.
On 2021-02-02 11:34 a.m., Bill
that doesn't sound, in any way,
similar. Can you explain exactly what went wrong? For example
what does this command run from a terminal print:
On 02/02/2021 17:32, Andy_501
I had similar experience trying to upgrade to latest
version. Downloaded .deb file and did install and all it
installs is message aggregator no wsjt-x
On 2021-02-02 11:19 a.m., Bill
On 02/02/2021 17:16, Herb Blue
- WB8ASI wrote:
the answer to my problem over on the HamApps Group.
Seems 2.3.0 has a couple new additional fields since
2.2.2. In Settings>Reporting under the UDP Server
setup, the new field "Outgoing interfaces:" was blank.
I changed it to the "loopback" choice, and also had to
checkmark the "WSJT-X UDP Multicast on Loopback" Setting
in JTAlert. All is well again. 73, Herb WB8ASI
it was not supposed to be possible to have the "Outgoing
interfaces" field in "Settings->Reporting" as blank, it
was meant to have the local loopback network interface as
the default as a minimum. That defect is repaired for the
next release, apologies for any confusion.