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    im writing a software mototrbo IPSC client. It connects to a master repeater and its peers, and logs events like PTT's and repeater events like transmitter up / down / cwid blocked, etc.. It currently runs on linux 64 and is packaged as a deb. It supports authentication. This can be a handy tool for repeater owners or system admins that want to see whats goin on with there network. If anyone wants to take it for a test spin msg me or shoot me a email kd8eyf@digitalham.info. we can report bugs and submit feature requests here.
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    specializing in AES1056 encryption


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    Most excellent! Thank you very much for the time and effort you've put into this project. I will test it out as soon as I get my Linux box back here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mars View Post
    Most excellent! Thank you very much for the time and effort you've put into this project. I will test it out as soon as I get my Linux box back here.
    no problem.. if someone needs a 386 package i can do that. rpm or tar is fine also. If there's enough interest i may even port to win32 .... but i want to get the core functionality solid first
    specializing in AES1056 encryption