Re: [linuxham] cannot get TLF to run
- Hi all, I have spent sometime testing today and the results are:
1) I tried TLF on Ubuntu Intrepid I cannot get TLF to run beyond the
first DXcluster screen. Running in -d debug mode closes before any
results are produced.
2) I tried TLF on ubuntu server edition and it works but this is not
usable for me on the server
3) I have tried xTLF but this seems a bit unstable
does anyone know of a good contest logger for linux that one can easily
settup contests on such as the RSGB AFS contest
Graham Saville wrote:
> Hi Ed thanks for the reply, Yes I used it in Hardy Heron as well
> without any problems but I cannot get it to run in Intrepid. I want to
> use it for a 80m SSB contest I use Xlog as my main logger. I liked TLF
> as it had some good features very similar to SD in windows. I am
> now free of windows so would like to get it working. I will look at it
> again tomorrow may try an older version.
> Ed wrote:
>> Graham Saville wrote:
>> > hi all, I have installed tlf from the ubuntu intrepid ibex repository
>> > and setup the config file but when I run it in gnome terminal I get
>> > DX cluster run then when I press ":" which should switch it to tlf
>> I get
>> > a message saying aborting and then program closes.
>> > any help would be useful I have had this logger running in an older
>> > version of ubuntu.
>> Bob is correct, the latest is .32.3 and it is the Debianized version of
>> .31. I have used the .32.3 in Ubuntu 8.04 as well as earlier versions of
>> both Ubuntu and Debian. It worked without problems, unless you plan on
>> using it with fldigi for digi contesting.
>> Can you let us know what your plans are for using tlf ? We may be able
>> to find an alternative that may fill your needs.
>> Ed W3NR
- Graham Saville wrote:
> Hi all, I have spent sometime testing today and the results are:Graham, if I read the rules correctly the exchange is RST + serial
> 1) I tried TLF on Ubuntu Intrepid I cannot get TLF to run beyond the
> first DXcluster screen. Running in -d debug mode closes before any
> results are produced.
> 2) I tried TLF on ubuntu server edition and it works but this is not
> usable for me on the server
> 3) I have tried xTLF but this seems a bit unstable
> does anyone know of a good contest logger for linux that one can easily
> settup contests on such as the RSGB AFS contest
> Graham G1RNZ
number. If that is the case, then you can use Xlog.
Xlog is in the repository or you might find a newer version at
Debian.org. Of course you can get the latest by Googling and build from
I had no luck trying the various M$ pieces under WINE.
back to the 160 wire thats still laying on the ground