Your initial thread seems to have got hijacked.
What problems are you having installing the driver (e.g. do you get error messages when you type 'make'?).
What amateur radio programs in particular are you looking at? Just about all linux applications will run on other distributions but may take a bit of work to do so (e.g. using alien to convert from one package manager to another, e.g. .deb to .rpm) so you aren't stuck with one distribution. Look around, find one you like and then develop skills - they can readily be transferred to other distros.
--- In LINUX_Newbies@yahoogroups.com, "Donald" <tambeaud@...> wrote:
> Yes when I plug the adapter in nothing is seen on desktop. I have not tried another Linux Live because Centos is what I need for Amateur Radio applications. A driver disk came with the adapter. Two files are on the disk. "Linux_7830.tar" and "MCS7830_FreeBSC.tar" I am trying to read on how to install the driver from these files but it is pretty complicated!
> Thank you
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