N1MM Logger is popular amateur radio contest logging software designed for Windows. It’s also readily usable on Linux using WINE.
This installation and usage was tested using:
- Ubuntu 18.04
- wine-development 3.2, WINEARCH=WINE64
- winetricks 201802017
- Windows 7 (winecfg)
- Install WINE if you don’t have it already.
- Set WINE to Windows 7 mode under
if you desire, create a new Wineprefix.
- Install .NET 4.0 in WINE
you may get the message below, but it worked for me anyway.
You are using a 64-bit WINEPREFIX. Note that many verbs only install 32-bit versions of packages. If you encounter problems, please retest in a clean 32-bit WINEPREFIX before reporting a bug.
- Download and run N1MM Full Install
- Download and run N1MM latest update
- Start and configure N1MM Logger as per the directions for your particular contest.
N1MM can interface with your radio to pull out the frequency/mode for the log. You’ll need to map the serial port via softlinks and then select that COM port in N1MM Logger.
Phil Erickson of MIT Haystack noted that for certain SDRs that use hamlib, you may be able to rewire the output of N1MM into hamlib via
Contact him for details on this experimental procedure.