CQRLOG failing on Fedora 14

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CQRLOG failing on Fedora 14

I recently upgraded my laptop from Fedora 13 to Fedora 14. I'm now getting an error when I try to start CQRLOG that says "Cannot load library: /home/user/cqrlog/lib/libfbembed.so2.1.1." Since this was an upgrade, and CQRLOG was previously installed, nothing changed on the install of CQRLOG.

I had to rebuild another computer and when I try to install CQRLOG on that computer, also running Fedora 14, I get the following error:

$ ./cqrlog_install.sh

CQRLOG self extracting installer

./cqrlog_install.sh: ./install: /lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory

I installed a VM of Fedora 13, thinking that it was something in F14, but I get the same error as above.

If I use the bin installation and try to execute CQRLOG I get this error:

$ ./cqrlog
-bash: ./cqrlog: /lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory

Am I missing a package???


Forget about the "Cannot load

Forget about the "Cannot load library: /home/user/cqrlog/lib/libfbembed.so2.1.1." portion of the above problem. It was a labeling issue with SELinux.

The rest still perplexes me.

And to keep up the trend of

And to keep up the trend of replying to my original request, I believe I've found the necessary dependencies, outside of Hamlib, that need to be installed in Fedora 14.



Maybe you need 32 bit libGL:
yum install mesa-libGL.i686

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cqrlog failing on Fedora 14

where do I get these dependencies from and how do I install them?

chas - m0bin

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Installing CQRLOG prolem

I have Fedora 14 installed and I am trying to install CQRLOG.

I have used Linux for about 10 years now, but only in graphics mode.
I've never been able to get to grips with learning Linux properly.
At the age of 76 years I find it more and more difficult to learn.

However, I did manage to install it on my desktop machine so I've had a
chance to see how well it works.
Now I need to install it on the laptop in the radio shack and although
I've tried to install it several times I still cannot get it to work.

I have the compressed versions of Hamlib and CQRlog sitting in the
Downloads folder. Could you possibly give me detailed instructions on
how to get them both installed?

I cannot bring myself to use Windows operating system and I desperately
want to start using CQRlog. I shall be most grateful for any help that
anyone can give me.

73 from Charles - M0BIN

chas - m0bin

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Re: Installing CQRLOG prolem

Dear Charles,

what version of cqrlog sis you download? If you are trying to use CQRLOG 0.9.x version, you only need to install hamlib libraries. Open console, switch to root account and use this to install hamlib libraries.

yum install hamlib

and hamlib should be installed. Now just uncompress cqrlog directory and run cqrlog binary.

If you have cqrlog version 1.0.0, you have to install hamlib, mysql server, mysql client.

yum install mysql mysql-server mysql-embedded hamlib

and again, you can run cqrlog binary file.

I hope this help. Please let me know if is cqrlog working or not. Thank you.

73 Petr, OK2CQR

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Installing CQRLOG problem

Thank you for your reply Petr. I now have CQRLOG 0.9.6 installed but cannot get communication with the Elecraft K3. I have read the Radio Control Documentation. I am using the KUSB cable between the laptop and the radio and I am not sure if I have the driver installed properly.

chas - m0bin

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Installing CQRLOG problem

Dear Petr,
Sorry for the delay in replying - Easter weekend was a busy one for me.
The problem of communication between CQRLOG and the K3 was solved by making sure that that my username was included in the "dialout" group. Now all is working well.
Will soon be trying version 1.0.0

73 from Charles - M0BIN

chas - m0bin