Better yet, is there a good way to make a deb file for Pi once we've gotten the compile to work? I was able to build no problem, but it takes more than the binary to work, right? I'd be glad to throw a .deb file for PI somewhere if I can make one.
I have planned to buy new PI some day later in autumn. Just to see how it compiles with cqrlog source.
Making a .deb was not in my mind.
Instead if you can compile my alpha version https://github.com/OH1KH/cqrlog/tree/loc_testing/
And put only the binary "cqrlog" to zip file it might be possible to use same update script also for PI as found from https://github.com/OH1KH/cqrlog/tree/loc_testing/compiled
You can try it.
Zip the PI's binary to file:
zip -j cqr5.zip src/cqrlog
Then place cqr5.zip to PI's /tmp and download also help.tgz and updateCqrlog.sh.zip to /tmp folder.
Next start it
and see does it work with PI.
Check README.md for further instructions and maybe it is best to duplicate your SD card before testing.
If it works it should update cqrlog over previous install and no .deb is needed.
Also if it works you could zip again binary, lets say cqrPI.zip and then I could fix the script to accept that (and maybe so some PI specific modifications if needed).
I could then add your cqrPI.zip to GitHub for PI updates until I get a PI of my own.
That way we could keep PI users also up to date.
It actually does not need anything else than the binary to update!
Of course up to date Help is also useful :-)
Anybody have this file cqr240JTDX.zip?
Select suitable zip from these. They all have JTDX fix (+ plus lot of other fixes)
Thank you. Very much appreciated.
I can try that, sure.
But I also took the initiative and was able to build a DEB file that I was then able to install on my Pi. I used the HEAD of the master branch from Petr's github repo for this one, but I'm sure I can do the same with your sources, too. The only thing that didn't quite work was that for some reason it's wanting to gpg sign something with Petr's key, and that's not going to work for obvious reasons on anything of mine...
He's got a "deb" target in the main makefile, so all you really need to do is "make deb" to get started.
... for that matter, I wouldn't mind giving you SSH access to my PI if you wanted to use it for this stuff while you're waiting on getting your own. My email is good on QRZ (and probably hamqth, too).
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