FreeDV on ubuntu using docker

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JH0PCF kanda

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May 15, 2021, 10:36:12 PMMay 15
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FreeDV on ubuntu using docker
When I created a package for Windows
I get an error message.
Build number e8aea2a using Ubuntu docker
Build a Windows-like package, then on Windows 10
When I installed and executed it, it looks like the attached image
You will get a message. Then click continue
It is possible to make it work.FreeDV_docker.jpg

Mooneer Salem

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May 16, 2021, 3:30:04 AMMay 16
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Hi Kanda,

Can you try building the 'ms-accessibility' branch? (https://github.com/drowe67/freedv-gui/tree/ms-accessibility) There is a fix for this issue there. Note that you may need to pass --rebuild to the Docker build script (e.g. ./freedv_build_windows.sh --rebuild --branch ms-accessibility 64).

Thanks,

-Mooneer K6AQ

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JH0PCF kanda

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May 16, 2021, 6:12:31 AMMay 16
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Thank you for your support.
(./freedv_build_windows.sh --rebuild --branch ms-accessibility 64) specified and built
Something like the image I posted earlier is not displayed
I confirmed that it works normally.
The branch I'm using is the master branch.
Is the image of docker now fedora34?
Is the script reflected in the Docker build procedure?

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Mooneer Salem

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May 16, 2021, 1:26:27 PMMay 16
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Hi Kanda,

Yep, the Docker image is now using Fedora 34. The changes in ms-accessibility are almost ready to go into master so when that happens, there won't be a need to explicitly specify the branch name as per my previous email (to avoid the bug you had seen before, anyway).

Thanks,

-Mooneer K6AQ

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