The libjpeg.so.9 requirement issue for fldigi was fixed in the
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installation scripts some time ago.
If you give me something to work with, like the console output of
showudrc.sh, I may be able to help you with your direwolf problem.
If fldigi does not start, then run it from a console and send me the
Chris Robinson KF6NFW DMR ID 3153250 <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
I had the same issue with the Pi 3 b+
I went to a couple places looking for help and no one had heard of issue,
so I gave up reinstalled the image on sd card and started over, in the
meantime I have not got direwolf to work as a result!
Mr. Chris A. Robinson
KF6NFW / WQOQ661
On Fri, Dec 6, 2019 at 7:45 AM Bernard Pidoux <email@example.com>
Having installed recently last available NorthWest digital radio image
nw14dr.img I got an excellent Linux system on a RaspBerry Pi 4.
Just after booting fresh new system I checked different applications and
found they where working although I did not go further into complete
Fldigi, Xastir, Yaac could start correctly.
I entered n7nix directory and updated n7nix scripts using 'git pull'
Then I decided to install Direwolf using n7nix script
After all was done without any error, I found that fldigi could not start
There is a message about libjpeg.so.9 file missing and Linux system says
that this library is not used anymore.
So I am asking the question about direwolf and fldigi compatibility ?