I just posted a new video where I setup and tested the WolphiLink audio interface, with FLDigi, on a laptop running AntiX-15 Linux. Normally we would use this audio interface on an android smartphone or tablet. I thought since I have a couple of them and they're so inexpensive anyway, it wouldn't hurt to make a cable or buy a splitter to see if this would work out well on the Linux laptop.
Another reason I'm using Linux it's because I'm sick and tired of Windows, and all the problems associated with it. Normally for ham radio digital modes I'm using Android and that works really well, but fldigi is not mature enough on Android yet. That's why I switched over to AntiX Linux for my emergency digital communications setup.
If anyone's interested the laptop is an Asus Eee PC 1000 H.
I'll be doing a lot more with fldigi on Linux, using thecFT,-817ND, WolphiLimk, and my faithful magloop.
Here's a link to the video https://youtu.be/Fkrsf13sTco
Great. Love to keep hearing more about this. Thanks for the video.
Finally got around to viewing this. Thank you very much. Any chance on getting a video up of the wolphilink interface with a KX2 cable build? Thanks!
I was wondering if anyone can do a video on jt65 & winlink using a Wolphilink and a linux laptop setup with the same configuration as STN had in his video. I use his FLDigi solution and it works great.