YFKlog is a general purpose ham radio logbook for *nix operating
systems. It runs in text mode, which means it can easily be used on a remote
server, even from Windows-Computers with
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:
The manual describes most functions and features of YFKlog in detail. It's under permanent construction.
The picture shows the main logging screen of YFKlog running in an
xterm. There is also an
alternative screen layout available.
YFKlog is free software
(free as in beer and
free as in
freedom) and published under the GPL 2.
All released versions can be found in the download directory.
YFKlog was written by Fabian Kurz, DJ1YFK.
I am always interested in any kind of feedback concerning
YFKlog. If you have any suggestions, questions, feature-requests etc., don't
hesitate a minute and contact me via eMail or ICQ (169955833).
All projects are also available via Subversion (version control system),
the repositories can also be browsed by HTTP:
For those not familiar with SVN: You can always fetch the latest version by:
svn checkout svn://svn.fkurz.net/$PROJECT # replace $PROJECT...
svn checkout svn://svn.fkurz.net/ebook2cw # example for ebook2cw
But be aware that this version may not be 'stable' at all. If you don't like experiments, just continue to use the normal releases.
By default, everyone can read the repositories, but I'll gladly grant write access as needed; just drop me a line.