v1.556: CAT freq output on USB/serial adapter, clk_ext_gps on /status, fix for system log filling up
From the CHANGE_LOG file:
v1.556 Aug 27, 2022
New feature: Send current tuned frequency as CAT "FA" command to attached USB tty device.
Only works for serial devices at 115.2k baud due to realtime limitations
(i.e. otherwise Kiwi audio and waterfall get glitched). Enabled on admin page, config tab.
Format of sent string: "FAfffffffffff;" where "f" is 11-digit, zero padded frequency in Hz.
New parameter returned by /status query: "clk_ext_gps=0,0" where first digit is =1 if an external
ADC clock is being used, =0 otherwise. Second digit reflects state of admin config setting
"GPS correction of ADC clock" with values: 0 = disabled, 1 = continuous, 2 = every even 2 minutes,
3 = every 5 minutes, 4 = every 15 minutes, 5 = every 30 minutes.
Hopefully, a fix for the long-standing problem of the system log filling up with these strange
messages: "... action 'action 17' suspended, next retry is Fri Aug 26 03:17:10 2022 ..."
Should not disturb anyone who has already implemented a fix by having made a custom change to
the /etc/rsyslog.conf file.