This past week end I have, among other stuff, made a few attempts to get WSPR running on a Mac running Snow Leopard.
Tried a few "Tips and Tricks", using MacPorts and other stuff but none of the tricks were useful.
I was finally pointed to a HowTo for making the install, and this is what will be going on next in that part of the story.
SpectrumLab seems to be running under Wine for the Mac, so it looks like that part is usable.
Fldigi exists as a package and runs, if a bit touchy in the user interface.
WSPR installed mostly according to the guide, but only on a pristine installation. Not ideal. Thanks to G4KLA for assistance. Now I need to see if I *can* get it installed on my already installed system.
One problem, however : While the >WSPR program starts and runs, it exits at unexpected times with an input overflow message, so not very useful for long term deployment. Back to using Windows for WSPR. (Or possibly Linux, will have to be tested)
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