Category Archives: Linux

EEPKeyer

I’ve just come across an excellent CW keyer for Linux from K6EEP called EEPKeyer. The K6EEP keyer interfaces with XLOG but can be used as a standalong keyer using cwdaemon. This is an excellent keyer particularly for CW contests, highly … Continue reading

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DX Atlas in Linux

I decided to try and install DX Atlas under Wine on my PC the other day and was surprised to find that it loaded perfectly. Flushed with success I tried VE3NEA’s Band Master also and that works fine too. Only one niggle, … Continue reading

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WooHoo, I’ve finally managed to get my Prolific USB-RS232 Serial Cable to work with Oracle VirtualBox. this now means I can participate in contests again using N1MM Contest logging software running in Microsoft XP as the host O/S in Oracle VirtualBox … Continue reading

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An Alternative Unix Logger

I have been a CQRLog user for come time now but there are one or two things about it that annoy me e.g. no transvertor support. I have just come across DBLog by Pino, ZP4KFX. This looks really promising as it supports transvertor … Continue reading

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Serial Ports on Linux

I’m having a nightmare trying to get some after market multi port serial cards working on my PC which I have recently reconfigured as a Linux Mint 14 only PC. The card I’m using worked perfectly under Windows, but Linux, now thats a different problem … Continue reading

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I just visited Bernd, DF3CB excellent website today for the first time in years and was pleasantly surprised to find that he has authored a remote FT2000 application called FT2000RC – YAESU FT-2000 CAT & Remote Control Software. On a … Continue reading

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CQR Log

The More I use CQRLog under Linux Mint the more I love it. It has all the bells and whistles you really need (not the ones you don’t need). Is expertly supported by Petr, OK2CQR and best of all it’s … Continue reading

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