- if any error message about LoTW import appear, you can open it in external app directly from CQRLOG
- LoTW upload url changed
- fixed "An invalid integer value" error during label export
- import of QSO with custom digi mode didn't worked if the list of modes didn't ended with comma (,) - fixed
- bandmap didn't worked if the freq of QSO precision was to ten Hz
- station with /AM and /MM caused error "You must enter correct WAZ zone!" - fixed
- removed mode from search criteria to confirm QSO via LoTW
- QSO will be confirmed when time difference between QSO and QSO from LoTW is not more than 1 hour
- default debug level is set 0, if you want to get more info what cqrlog does, run it with debug=1 or more
Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise) users can use CQRLOG’s repository on Launchpad. To add repository to your system, put into terminal this:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ok2cqr/ppa
sudo apt-get update
For those who does not use Ubuntu, there are Debian packages:
These packages should work also with Maverick, Natty, Oneiric and older version of Linux Mint.
Debian source package:
The binaries should work in any distribution. Please don't forget to install MySQL server, MySQL client, Hamlib libraries and if LoTW support is desired, trustedqsl package and libssl-devel must be installed.