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Re: [linuxham] Oh where oh where does my little logbook go?

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  • romers romansky
    Hi Ed... no, I didn t move the defalult empty log file; rather, I put my linux fldigi log in the wrong place. Thank you and thanks Ed both for your forbearance
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      Hi Ed... no, I didn't move the defalult empty log file; rather, I put my linux fldigi log in the wrong place. Thank you and thanks Ed both for your forbearance with a guy that should have read the dox first. All is working now.
      Best,
      jerome - VA7VV

      --- On Tue, 8/10/10, Ed <autek@...> wrote:

      From: Ed <autek@...>
      Subject: Re: [linuxham] Oh where oh where does my little logbook go?
      To: linuxham@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Tuesday, August 10, 2010, 5:21 PM

       

      On 08/10/2010 07:18 PM, romers romansky wrote:
      > In the windows version, where is my logbook supposed to live? On a hunch, I renamed it 'logbook.adi' and shoved into '~\program files\fldigi'
      > Nada.
      >
      > Next question, is there a way to invoke the logbook without invoking fldigi?

      No

      > What does this all have to do with Linux you ask? Why, I'm running me Widows as a virtual machine under VirtualBox with a Ubuntu host.
      >
      > Why would I do such a thing? So I can run fldigi and the SpectraView software for my little sdr-iq at the same time. I tried running fldigi in linux and spectraview in virtual windows at the same time. It worked, but it was a bit quirky. So I thought to see if they both could both co-exist better in a windows virtual machine. I'm using a signalink usb with fldigi so it won't fight for the soundcard.
      >
      > Best,
      > Jerome VA7VV.
      >
      >

      File > fldigi config > logs

      But, if you moved it, its hard to tell where it ended up.

      Should work in M$ as well as Linux.

      Some time reading the help files may be of some value.

      Ed W3NR

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