I did not realize that, no problem. I know they are in the process of doing some upgrades; perhaps they will add such capabilities in the future.G4POP wrote:Andy at the SOTA MT made it quiet clear that he does not want any external software accessing the data so the answer is unfortunately no, same applies to the SOTA cluster!
As far as the cluster, I did find the discussion about the beta SOTA telnet cluster, and started to look into it. However, someone made the very valid point that there are typically far more spots on the regular cluster, so SOTA spots would likely disappear quickly. That, combined with the utility of also seeing the latest alerts and reflector topics, makes the SOTAwatch2 site a better option at this point anyway. Guess we need a second monitor on the PC at our radio club site!
I was going to try the portable version of Log4OM anyway, so this was quite easy without changing my existing configuration. Interestingly, it works as expected right from the start! That is assuming, of course, that it is not caused by some other configuration setting which I may have changed, and that the normal and portable versions work identically...G4POP wrote:You could have a point about the MySQL database, perhaps you would be kind enough to export an ADIF and then create an SQLite database to import the ADIF into, and let me know the result.
I would try MySQL myself but I am up to my neck with things outside Log4om just now
---73 Karl KA3RCS