predict 2.2.3-4 source package in Ubuntu

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predict (2.2.3-4) unstable; urgency=low


  * fix FTBFS through application of blunt force to gsat's Makefile.am,
    closes: #713687

 -- Bdale Garbee <email address hidden>  Sun, 29 Sep 2013 12:24:00 -0600

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Uploaded by:
A. Maitland Bottoms on 2013-09-29
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Original maintainer:
A. Maitland Bottoms
Architectures:
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Section:
hamradio
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Trusty release on 2013-11-24 universe hamradio

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predict: No summary available for predict in ubuntu wily.

No description available for predict in ubuntu wily.

predict-dbgsym: debug symbols for package predict

 This is a satellite tracking program. It is probably mostly of interest to
 users of amateur satellites, but includes support for optionally announcing
 azimuth and elevation to help in manual antenna pointing, or optical
 observation of satellites.
 .
 The upstream predict sources include a front-end called 'map', which is
 called predict-map in the Debian package.
 .
 The 'ntp' package is suggested because accurate satellite tracking depends
 on precise knowledge of ground station time and location.

predict-gsat: No summary available for predict-gsat in ubuntu wily.

No description available for predict-gsat in ubuntu wily.

predict-gsat-dbgsym: debug symbols for package predict-gsat

 The gsat program is a graphical client for the 'predict' satellite tracking
 program running in server mode, built using gtk.
 .
 Since this program can be run on a different machine than predict, there is
 no dependency specified... but you need access to a copy of 'predict'
 installed somewhere on the network for this programs to be useful!