New version with long changelog is here. I added more user friendly TRX control serial port settings, "Remove dupes from the log" function, user editable default frequencies in New QSO window etc. More in download section.
Please be patient. Packages are waiting to build on Launchpad.
I can't force lanuchpad to build packages for older Ubuntu releases like Lucid, Maverick, Natty and Oneiric so I've installed 10.04 into VMware Player, did some tweaks to get there recent FPC&Lazarus version and created DEB packages. This packages should work also in Mint. More in download section.
New CQRLOG website almost finished. Now it's running on Drupal 7 with ZeroPoint theme. We also added a few modules to improve our forum. Unfortunately we had to remove a few modules which was incompatible with this Drupal version like WebFile manager(provided download counter etc.). Now have to fix all donwload links and do some design tweaks.
What do you think about new CQRLOG home page? Do you like it? Please let us know. Thank you!
After a few days new version of CQRLOG. Thanks to Jeff, K4LMP and Darek, SP2MKI I've fixed TRX control. Now it's working as expected (hopefully). New version is already uploaded into Lauchpad and is building right now. More at http://www.cqrlog.com/download
I'm sorry but for the mean time, only Ubuntu 12.04 and Debian Unstable are officially supportted. For older Ubuntu version you can try debs for Precise but no guaranties. If it won't work, please use cqrlog binaries.
New version is here. Changelog is quite long, two bugs have been fixed, a few new features added. The most important change is new TRX control that use rigctld. Ubuntu packages are already on Launchpad created for Lucid, Maverick, Natty, Oneiric and Precise.
Long time a go, I found a pascal binding for Hamlib. It was not working, so I did some changes to get it work. My TS-930SAT and FT817 worked without any problem. Unfortunately many CQRLOG users had problem with TRX control. Radio didn't read/send freq, program randomly hangs. Finally, I decided to abandon the pascal binding and wrote small library that uses rigctld.
The number of our regularly updated membership lists still grows. There are several new clubs and, unfortunately, one club (GQRPC) which was removed from our list, based on chairman's request...