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Han
25-07-2005, 08:00
Hello everyone

I downloaded the 1.2.4 dream version.
And when I use it, it takes a lot of time to "lock" on the the right DC freq.
The older 1.2 and 1.2.2 version don't have this "problem"
Has anyone a idea if I can do something about it??

Equipment AOR 7030 455 kHz out into 455--> 12 kHz converter --> computer.

greetings

Han
the netherlands

dk8cb
25-07-2005, 14:40
Hi Han,

have you downloaded the source code and have you compiled it? Is it the official 1.2.4 release? Does the problem occur in all modes?
Have you tried to use commandline start parameters? See dream -h for a list of available start parameters.

Please read the Dream FAQ (http://drm.sourceforge.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=67) and put all further questions concering this matter on the Dream support forums (http://drm.sourceforge.net/forums).

Roland

Han
26-07-2005, 06:04
Thanks Roland for your reply!!

> have you downloaded the source code and have you compiled it?

No sorry I don't know how to do that, I got the release from www.rarewares.org.

> Is it the official 1.2.4 release? Does the problem occur in all modes?

I don't know in ALL modes but in a few different modes the same occurs again

> Have you tried to use commandline start parameters? See dream -h for a list of available start parameters.

How do I use them?
I tried to use them but it did not work that well.
I would like to start Dream with a certain center freq:
in the shortcut I put in a command, but it doesn't seem to work.
Dream starts searching at 18000 Hz instead of the 12380 which i offer.

> Please read the Dream FAQ and put all further questions concering this matter on the Dream support forums.

Do you mean here, or are they somewhere else??

Sorry for all the questions, but i hope you can help me.

Greetings Han

dk8cb
26-07-2005, 08:12
Originally posted by Han
I would like to start Dream with a certain center freq:
in the shortcut I put in a command, but it doesn't seem to work.

Perhaps you omitted the space between the letter and the number.

> Please read the Dream FAQ and put all further questions concering this matter on the Dream support forums.

Do you mean here, or are they somewhere else??

In my post above, the words "the Dream FAQ" and "Dream support forums" are links, where you can click on!

Roland