Provided by: klog_0.5.6-1_i386
klog - The KDE Ham Radio Logging program
A summary of options is included below.
--help Show summary of options.
--version Output version information and exit.
klog is a ham radio logging program for KDE. With KLog you can log
your QSOs and save it in ADIF format. KLog helps you to manage DXCC,
WAZ and IOTA award.
Enter you QSO data in the top left box while entity data, direction and
other usefull information will be shown in the top right box.
Previous QSOs are shown in the botton box where you can click to edit
KLog can also import tlf (linux ham radio contest program) to your
current log file.
Here is a list of keys that can be used to navigate through klog:
Control a: Add a QSO.
Control d: Delete a selected QSO.
Control n: Create a new log.
Control o: Open a log.
Control q: Close a log.
Control u: Update a selected QSO.
Control s: Save the log.
Control y: Clear the QSO frame.
Control f: Find a QSO in the log.
Tab: Move around the fields in the QSO frame.
PgUp: Scroll the log up.
PgDn: Scroll the log down.
Up Arrow: Select previous QSO.
Down Arrow: Select next QSO.
KLog has not any printing feature implemented.
You can edit the ~/.klog/klogrc file to setup you call and locator.
All the data files are saved in the KLog home directory (~/.klog) by
/usr/share/klog/cty.dat contains the DXCC entries read by KLog.
KLog was written by Jaime Robles, EA4TV <jaime at robles.es> aka <jaime
at kde.org> Download the last version from: http://jaime.robles.es
Calculation of heading and distance was taken from Loccalc code by
Marco Bersani, IK2PIH.