Now that I have CQRlog up and running again, one thing keeps bugging me.
Even though I use the proper settings for my radio, a frequency and/or mode are rarely, if at all, displayed in TRX control.
Nor can I reliably send a bandswitch command from TRX control. I have the pollrate at 10 seconds (10000) milliseconds.
Weird thing is that when rigctld running solely in a terminal it reads everything. I can send commands to the TS-850 and it responds accordingly.
I can use the /usr/bin/rigctld as well as the new hamlib in /usr/local/bin/rigctld.
Both work. Although sluggish when receiving parameters. But no difference between the two.
When started from terminal, I see rigctld started! Also, I hear my radio beep once or twice.
It shows this:
and so on but the radio does not seem to send anything back (as it does when rigctld is running standalone in a terminal).
Because receiving parameters from the radio is very sluggish I set the pollrate at aforementioned value.
Another thing I noticed, when sending a command like M in a terminal and giving the frequency, mode and bandwidth, pressing "enter" lets the radio respond immediately.
In a nutshell: in and from CQRlog TRX control nothing works and standalone in a terminal it's fine, though sluggish receiving.
There's another one which puzzels me..... :)
Sidenote: CQRlog would only have to send fm instead of fmv i.m.h.o.
What I tried so far:
All kinds of different settings, default settings, different port, extra commands with manual settings and more.
By the way, it used to run fine before.