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SwissLog run with Wine on Debian
25-04-2019, 08:48 PM,
#11
RE: SwissLog run with Wine on Debian
For interest second and new problem with initalization error is possible fxed (Wine 2.12 and newest) with start winecfg go to library and mtxdm.dll and comsvcs.dll mark as native (native only!) May help someone.
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27-04-2019, 11:47 PM,
#12
RE: SwissLog run with Wine on Debian
Hi Josef,

I would appreaciate if you can send me a message or e-mail explaining the necessary steps to install Swisslog in Linux. This way I can keep this info for future questions about this matter because I'm not a Linux user.

Best 73
Jordi, EA3GCV
Current developer of Swisslog
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01-05-2019, 04:40 PM,
#13
RE: SwissLog run with Wine on Debian
Hello
The swisslog in ubuntu already works, but now I would like to try to configure it, to synchronize with fldigi and other soft for digital (which I suppose will have to be in windows version working in wine)
I would also need to operate COM ports in wine

TKS and 73's de EB1ESK
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01-05-2019, 06:17 PM,
#14
RE: SwissLog run with Wine on Debian
(01-05-2019, 04:40 PM)EB1ESK Wrote: Hello
The swisslog in ubuntu already works, but now I would like to try to configure it, to synchronize with fldigi and other soft for digital (which I suppose will have to be in windows version working in wine)
I would also need to operate COM ports in wine

TKS and 73's de EB1ESK

Does the software look for the USB port? or does it look for a serial port?  On windows, your device is likely to show up as some sort of COM port, but it could have some wonky VIDTongueID that would force Windows to use some custom driver.   On a proper OS, the device is likely to show up as /dev/ttyUSBxx or /dev/ttyACMxx.  These are going to owned by root and group uucp.

I don't do anything serious in wine, but I would wager that you need to map the /dev/USBxx node to a "COM" port under wine's configuration, then tell your software to use that port

please see : http://g8ogj.org/files/Using%20USB%20ser...%20ipb.pdf

73 Josef
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01-05-2019, 06:39 PM,
#15
RE: SwissLog run with Wine on Debian
(27-04-2019, 11:47 PM)EA3GCV Wrote: Hi Josef,

I would appreaciate if you can send me a message or e-mail explaining the necessary steps to install Swisslog in Linux. This way I can keep this info for future questions about this matter because I'm not a Linux user.

Best 73

ok sure Jordi
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05-05-2019, 05:54 PM,
#16
RE: SwissLog run with Wine on Debian
Hi.
Thanks for the tips.
I will try to make everything work.
Thanks and regards.
EB1ESK
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