I just noticed a couple of new Linux amateur radio projects. The first is a D-Star compatible repeater – More info Here and the project page is here . I see no mention of source code or a license for the repeater code, but it is apparently based on Centos. The second project is an APCO-25 decoder, and is clearly available under the GPL.
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