I'm still a noob when it comes to Linux. I have been using CQRLOG on a Linux Mint 17.2 Cinnamon PC for about 2 months. In my set up, I have a dual boot PC. Windoze 7 and Linux Mint, as I'm sure MANY others have the exact same set up too.
This was basically a test set up to see if I could make use of Linux and find a good logging program. CQRLOG is absolutely fantastic and so far, Mint has been great as well. But I have come to the realization that the test machine is just too old and slow to get good performance and now I would like to take my native CQRLOG log file(s) and move it to another PC that also has dual boot W7 / Mint. I still need to have W7 because of N1MM contest logging program. This would then become my primary machine and Mint, my primary OS.
I have discovered that my existing log file is kept in the following hidden folder location-
Inside the /database folder, I see two other folders (cqrlog001) and (cqrlog_common) and a whole LOT of files in this directory. In order to move the log correctly, do I need to copy the entire contents of the /database folder over to a new, fresh install of CQRLOG on the new PC? What about just exporting an ADIF file from CQRLOG and then importing that ADIF file back into the new PC using a fresh install of CRQLOG? Will I lose any information from my CQRLOG log file, or will "EVERYTHING" carry over without any loss on information?