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DXSpider user files

The DXSpider DX Cluster is a Linux based, mainly perl program designed to provide the same general functionality (and more) as the DOS version originally written by Dick Newell AK1A.

User Configurable Spot Filters in DXSpider
File Size:
174.26 kB
Author:
Jim Samuels, W3BG and Dave Hawes, N3RD
Date:
19 October 2002

Numerous PacketCluster “clones” have come and gone over the years, however there is one, called DX Spider, which provides a very similar user interface to that of AK1A, allows internet connections of users and node-to-node links, is actively supported by the author, and best of all…is freeware. One of the strengths of DX Spider is its very powerful and flexible DX spot filtering routines. These filters are totally different from anything we learned how to do with PacketCluster, and along with their power and flexibility comes somewhat of a learning curve. Hence the need for this primer.

The DXSpider User Manual v1.50
File Size:
372.50 kB
Version:
1.50
Author:
Ian Maude, G0VGS
Email:
g0vgs[at]gb7mbc[dot]net
Date:
15 April 2003

Do not be afraid to try a command to see if it will work, at the worst you will get an error message.  If you require any help on a command, just type help followed by the command you want help on. Look at the "DXSpider Command Reference" section to see what help can be found.

 
 
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