This seems to be a recurring issue, but I have ran into yet another problem with uploading to online logs.
Some background: I run a number of different instances of CQRLOG on different machines around the house. The mother instance is running headless on a RPI. The working machines (two laptops and a RPI400) run their own versions but use the database on the RPI. In this way, I can log to the same database from various locations around the house (I have two shacks),
This works fine for some years now.
I ran into some issues with one of my laptops, so I decided to re-install linux on that one. Now this one runs Linux Mint 21.2 Cinamon. Of course, this required me to re-install applications, including cqrlog.
I know the binary version of CQRlog for this version of LM uses a hardcoded URL for Clublog, so I have downloaded 2.6.0 version using GIT (git clone https://github.com/ok2cqr/cqrlog.git) and changed the hardcoded url in the dLogUpload.pas file (Removed the 'secure' from the url). Then I compiled it
This resulted in a working cqrlog 2.6.0 build 001, same as on the other machines.
I started the program, and connected to the remote database and all seemed fine.
Until I logged my first contact and found that uploading to clublog still failed. Uploading to hrdlog.net worked fine however.
Also i tried to upload changes to eqsl, which failed also. This gives the message :
Error: -2 - SSL/TLS support is not compiled!
On my other machines everything works fine.
I also installed the binary build 118 but this did not enhance things.
Any ideas are welcome.
Peter / PA3FQH