Hi Tom, ... The *.wav file is raw audio data, not logging information. WSJT-X always writes audio data to disk, in case you might want to save it for later
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, Sep 16
On 9/14/2013 9:20 AM, N8TL wrote:
> I installed WSJTX from Kamal's archive on Mint 14 and Mint 15KDE. Programs work
> well except when qso is logged, it logs as WAV file rather than ADI. I can't find where
> install creates a ADI file archive. Does anyone know how to fix this??
The *.wav file is raw audio data, not logging information. WSJT-X
always writes audio data to disk, in case you might want to save it for
later analysis. If you have not requested data-saving (by checking one
of the "Save" options or hitting Ctrl-V) the *.wav file will be erased
about 40 seconds into the next UTC minute.
Logging information is written to the file wsjtx_log.adi. In the
standard Linux installation of WSJT-X this file (and many others) will
be in your WSJT-X working directory, ~/.wsjtx -- that is, .../.wsjtx
under your home directory. Mine, for example, will be the directory
Extra hint: in Linux you can always find a file (say wsjtx_log.adi) in
your system by doing this:
$ sudo updatedb
$ locate wsjtx_log.adi
-- 73, Joe, K1JT
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