Linux keyer/logger?

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio Software' started by N6MST, Jul 8, 2020.

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  1. N6MST

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    I want to start playing in CW contests and multiple CWA advisors have suggested N1MM but I use a Linux-based operating system and N1MM is Windows software. I wish to avoid Wine. Are there any similar contest keyer/logger programs for Linux?

    I would like to find an application that gets frequency, mode, time, etc. directly from my IC-7300 and all I would need to enter are the other person's call and exchange while using F keys to send my information. I am going to use a K1EL WinKeyer.

    Thanks for any suggestions!
  2. VE3CGA

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    sounds like fldigi, there is a linux version
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  3. N4OGW

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    Tor N4OGW
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  4. N6MST

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  6. N0NB

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    I tend toward Tlf, mostly. One thing I should look at is getting it to follow the mode of the radio. Right now it sets the mode from the config file and doesn't change the logging mode if the mode is changed on the radio.

    Once we get back into winter I'll probably pick up on hacking on it again.

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