archiv~1: SETI Linux signal analysis

SETI Linux signal analysis

MarcusJohn@aol.com
Wed, 25 Nov 1998 00:37:19 EST

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In a message dated 11/25/98 12:36:20 AM Eastern Standard Time, MarcusJohn
writes:

> a message dated 11/24/98 12:56:05 PM Eastern Standard Time, dab@froghouse.
> org writes:
>
> > > From: Ray Gardiner <ray@hdc.com.au>
> > >
> > > 1. I am planning a project Argus station. Are there versions of
> > > SETI signal analysis software for linux?
> > > At a pinch I guess I could run SETIfox under dosemu.
> > > A search of http://freshmeat.net failed to turn up anything.
> >
> > I haven't seen any but I want to write some. Anyone want to work with
> > me? Or anyone have ideas on what it should include?
> >
> > Dave
>
> Linux is obviously important to many setizens. I am a member of the
> stonesoup group, which is writing the next generation of seti software, on
> the win95/98/NT platform. We are hoping for 1. Hardware indepence 2.
Software
> flexibility and power. We are presently not working on the linux platform,
> although the port shouldn't be impossible if there are some tools available
> in linux that are similar to VB or Delphi. The Linux port has been mentioned
> as a future hope. For now, I don't think there is a Linux version of any
seti
> software. But, if you can load dos ver 5 or up, you ought to be able to get
> setifox running, providing you have a soundblaster card.
>
> John Marcus.

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In a message dated 11/24/98 12:56:05 PM Eastern Standard Time,
dab@froghouse.org writes:

> > From: Ray Gardiner <ray@hdc.com.au>
> >
> > 1. I am planning a project Argus station. Are there versions of
> > SETI signal analysis software for linux?
> > At a pinch I guess I could run SETIfox under dosemu.
> > A search of http://freshmeat.net failed to turn up anything.
>
> I haven't seen any but I want to write some. Anyone want to work with
> me? Or anyone have ideas on what it should include?
>
> Dave

Linux is obviously important to many setizens. I am a member of the stonesoup
group, which is writing the next generation of seti software, on the
win95/98/NT platform. We are hoping for 1. Hardware indepence 2. Software
flexibility and power. We are presently not working on the linux platform,
although the port shouldn't be impossible if there are some tools available in
linux that are similar to VB or Delphi. The Linux port has been mentioned as a
future hope. For now, I don't think there is a Linux version of any seti
software. But, if you can load dos ver 5 or up, you ought to be able to get
setifox running, providing you have a soundblaster card.

John Marcus.

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