TQSL Runs On Raspberry Pi 3

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  1. K0PIR

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    I'm an LOTW user and setting up the account in the beginning was tricky to say the least, but I have my certificate(s) and have been a LOTW user for years. I have TQSL on my PC, Raspberry Pi 3 and Mac.


    Recently I started using a Raspberry Pi for digital modes. I have installed WSJT-X and Fldigi on my RPi3 and am happy to say it works very well.

    I saw the TQSL application for the Pi, but never did set it up until recently. Prompted to do so, I am happy to find it works right from the package. I used my existing callsign certificate. I made a clip showing how to save the callsign certificate container on a PC and then move it to the RPi3. BTW this process worked on the Mac too.
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  2. W6VRF

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    Was there a specific Ubuntu or other image you put on your RPi3?
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  3. K0PIR

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    Great question. I just used the Raspbian image and did the updates.

    TQSL V2.0.3
    TrustedQSL library V2.4
    Configuration data V11.0
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  4. KJ4VTH

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    Very cool. Never did get why the Pi is rectangular though. o_O
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  5. K0PIR

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    Yep and one day all we will need is a little computer for all our ham software :)
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  6. KF5RHI

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    Everybody knows, Pi are round! Cobbler are square! :)
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  7. AF5QR

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    This? From a fellow TEXAN? :) Son... yer mother wouldn't approve.
    Cornbread is *always* square. (Cobbler can go in whatever pan is clean)
    Warning: Epic thread drift...
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  8. KA9JLM

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    The RPi3 is a cool little box.

    You should never screw one up running Windows. :eek:
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  9. K0PIR

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    I know, right.
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