I have been using CQRLog over a year now, looked after others, but always came back. But there is one point which is quite ennerving for me: I work with a lot of computers, but only on my main Linux machine is QRCLog installed. So when I make a QSO and am working on another machine, I have to write the data down or into another program export it as adif-file and import it into CQRLog again.
I just read that it is possible to use an external mysql database, but there are so many different programs involved that I am standing on my own toes.
1. Is there somewhere a walk through description Howto do that?
But I want to be clear, so excuse the description of my dream configuration and perhaps it is already done:
1. I would like to install the cqrlog mysql database on a machine which is running all day long.
2. When I do serious work I switch on my main linux system and work with CQRLog on the central main database on e.g synology NAS station or an armbased computer.
3. When I am on another computer I want to fill in only some essential QSO data via a web interface to the Synology NAS which has the cqrlog mysql database and an apache server running.
4. Later I can manage the rest when I am back on my main system.
5 Of course I have access to the NAS from my local network and from outside (but thats my problem which I can handle).
73 de de Hajo