If you do a standard ./configure; make; sudo make install, you will get the default installation path, this usually is /usr/local. So you'll still end up with 2 rigctld versions, the original one in /usr/bin, and the new one in /usr/local/bin and you still have to modify the path to rigctld in cqrlog.
I usually avoid installation of "home built" packages in the system file system but directly use the binaries created in the build directory. That does not always work, but in this case it is OK. You only need the rigctld binary for cqrlog.
You know that cqrlog is using the hamlib 3.0.1 if you find the TS590SG in cqrlog's rig list.
Please create a new topic please, this one is getting way to cluttered.
As a solution , the 590SG USB speed is standard at 115200, please try that , and make sure you are a member of the dailout group.
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