How many QSO do you have in CQRLOG?

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CQRLOG ONLY CRASHES WANTING MYSQLDB

THIS PROGRAM DOES NOT WORK.  USED INSTRUCTIONS ON CQR WEBPAGE AND THE TERMINAL WENT TO WORK.  SEVERAL ERROR MESSAGES AN ICON IS ON THE DESKTOP THAT ONLY COMPLAINS ABOUT MYSQLDB AND LOCKS UP.
 
I AM A NEW USER TO LINUX UNBUTU AND I HAVE FOUND SEVERAL SUGGESTIONS ONLINE TO INSTALL CQRLOG BUT NONE OF THEM DO ANYTHING THAT I CAN EITHER FIND OR THAT WORK.  ANY HELP APPRECIATED.  PLEASE SEND EMAIL TO MY QRZ.COM EMAIL ADDRESS.
 
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BENNY K5KV

That happened to me as well.

That happened to me as well. It is a very similar situation and kind of frustrating. hope there is a quick solution.

I agree

Gdebi installer, thayt should do it, follow the instructions.
you should also install synaptics package installer. might also want to get a book like Ubuntu the beginning and read that very helpfull.
there are a couple of more things that need to be done to get things like rig control going etc, but really not hard, I feel your frustration, I was very lost coming from Windows to Linux, now I dont like Windows that much at all. HTH Tom K8WDX. gloucestershire hedge cutting

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Delete what you have done so

Delete what you have done so far. now go to your software center and search and install, Gdebi installer, once that is installed come back here and go to downloads and dowload the version you require i386 32 bit or 64, 64 bit, go to your home folder look for downloads, right click on CQRlog and install with Gdebi installer, thayt should do it, follow the instructions.
you should also install synaptics package installer. might also want to get a book like Ubuntu the beginning and read that very helpfull.
there are a couple of more things that need to be done to get things like rig control going etc, but really not hard, I feel your frustration, I was very lost coming from Windows to Linux, now I dont like Windows that much at all. HTH Tom K8WDX

FTDX101D

Hello,
since I do have a radio with two different transceivers inside (Yaesu FTDX101D) I would like to see a method to control and switch between both of them in the TX control section.

73 de Rico

IC-7300

I would love to see rig support for the icom IC-7300! All my other icom radios are supported: IC-718, IC-706 MKII G, IC-7000.

IC-7300

Hello Ken!
Cqrlog supports all rigs that HamLib supports. I have ic7300, too. Working file.

If you do not have IC7300 in cqrlog rig list it shows out that your HamLib is very old.
Open terminal window and give command:

rigctld --version

In my system it says:
[saku@hamtpad ~]$ rigctld --version
rigctld.c(272) Startup: rigctld --version
rigctl Hamlib 4.3~git ti elo 03 05:04:13 2021 +0000 SHA=f29ee3

I have compiled Hamlib from GitHub source two weeks ago. If your version says something below 4 you really should upgrade.
This Hamlib supports now 257 different rigs of which 78 are Icoms plus 5 no-rig connections

Check also your cqrlog version. It should be 2.5.2(001).

How ever with old cqrlog and new Hamlib you still can use ic7300 because the Hamlib/rigctld version is determinant thing fot rig support. Not cqrlog.

IC-7300

HI Ken!

Forgot to mention that if you have installed wsjt-x program you can have later version of Hamlib because it is always delivered with wsjt-x package.
Then at preferences/TRXcontrol you just need to change path to rigctld to point "rigctld-wsjtx" instead of "rigctld".
You find the full path for both giving a terminal console comand:
whereis rigctld

and after that

whereis rigctld-wsjtx

Usually they have same directory path, so it is enough to add "-wsjtx" as suffix of current rigctld path setting.
Then close preferences and open it again (or restart whole cqrlog) and look again rig list in preferences/TRXcontrol. It should have IC7300.

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