LOTW communication failes

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DK3UL
LOTW communication failes

Dear friends,
i'm using CQRLOG since few days and have now installed LOTW-certificate correctly.
But when i try to download/upöoad qsl-information following appears:

NOT logged
Error: -2
Error:
Error: ssl_openssl

I don't know what's wrong. Can you help?

Greetings
Peter, dk3ul

oh1kh
LOTW communication failes

Hi Peter!

Check that you have libssl-devel package installed.

--
Saku
OH1KH

DK3UL
LOTW communication failes

hello and many thanks, will try it today.
73, Peter

DK3UL
can not find libssl-devel

sorry,
can not find libssl-devel in the web
?????
and now, what can i do?

ei2idb
can not find libssl-devel

hi Peter,
it's depend what linux distro you are using. If it is Ubuntu try from terminal:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install libssl-dev

<p>73!</p>
<p>Slav, EI2IDB</p>

DK3UL
can not find libssl-devel

hi, and thanks!
the system is Raspian Pi on a Rasberry.

ei2idb
can not find libssl-devel

Raspbian is Debian-based so apt-get should work.

<p>73!</p>
<p>Slav, EI2IDB</p>

DK3UL
hello Slav,

hello Slav,
tnx agn for your comment. i've done the apt-get (worked fine). but the problem is the same.
i think, it has to do with openssl and i read something about ssl-keys but it is a black hole for me ;-)
by the way, how i came to this (openssl and keys), my mail program on raspi can't send mails (nearly same errors).

greetings, dk3ul, Peter

ei2idb
Double check your LOTW

Double check your LOTW username/password in cqrlog if they are correct.

i read something about ssl-keys but it is a black hole for me ;-)

Same for me, Peter :/
Some cases was with the special characters in passwords. Do you have any in your LOTW password? If yes try to change your password for one contains only letters and digits.

<p>73!</p>
<p>Slav, EI2IDB</p>

DK3UL
solved the problem

hello,
i found the problem discussed earlier.
i had to copy
libcrypto.so*
libssl.so*
from
/usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf
to
/usr/lib

this solved the problem.

tnx agn and 73
Peter DK3UL

ei2idb
:)

That's fine you got it working!
Thanks for info, Peter.

<p>73!</p>
<p>Slav, EI2IDB</p>