I did do my last update using Dave’s Portsdown
Technique of completely deleting the Langstone directory, cloning a new copy from GitHub and rebuilding. However that shouldn’t produce anything different.
Now when returning to the Langstone from Portsdown, the last band is remembered and, it would seem, all the SET configurations apart from 'Txvtr Tx Offset' which gets reset to all zeroes.
In a separate development; I've managed to clock an Si5351 with my 10MHz GPS locked frequency reference and can now generate a GPS locked 40MHz. Just need to pluck up the courage to delve into my brand new Pluto with the soldering iron. The Pluto is 1.2kHz off frequency on 2m so heaven knows how far out it'll be by 5GHz (I suppose I could calculate that actually )
Thanks Colin for working on the software on a bank holiday weekend!!
73, Martin - G4FKK
The Portsdown scheduler is still running in the background and I think it gets confused if you stop Langstone separately. Not surprising really.
A full reboot is the easiest way to get things working normally again.
I will have another look at the transverter offset issue. Probably a typing error somewhere.