YFKlog Publisher's description
from Fabian Kurz
YFKlog is a general purpose ham radio logbook for *nix operating systems.
YFKlog is a general purpose ham radio logbook for *nix operating systems. YFKlog runs in text mode, which means it can easily be used on a remote server, even from Windows-Computers with PuTTY.
It was primarily designed with normal HF/VHF-operation in mind, for Contesting I wrote YFKtest which is in an early stage of development, but already served its purposes in several contests: YFKtest.
Here are some key features of "YFKlog":
В· Simple Console based user interface.
В· MySQL or SQLite database backend
В· Unlimited number of logs manageable
В· ADIF import and export
В· Easy log backup
В· High quality QSL (cards, labels) print with LaTeX: Sample PDF file (quite a few google hits for "QSL card latex", probably looking for something like this?)
В· Award tracking/statistics functions (examples)
В· ARRL LOTW support
В· Basic transceiver control Hamlib.pm
What's New in This Release:
В· Additions to this version include a remote logging interface to fldigi/gmfsk, a callsign lookup function, and a custom statistics/awards function.
В· Improvements were made to the user interface, error handling, and ADIF import.
System Requirements:В· Perl 5 with Curses, DBI, strict
В· SQLite 3 with the required Perl bindings, or access to a MySQL DB
В· LaTeX 2e with geometry package (optional, only for QSL label print)
В· any old computer, the author is using YFKlog on a PII-600 with 128MB RAM, running FreeBSD 5.3. It was developed and tested mainly using Mandrake 9.2, Debian 3.1 and FreeBSD 5.3.
Program Release Status:
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall