Read Setting Up My Ham Shack for a bit of background, in case you missed it.
Twice I’ve complained (in some capacity) about CQRLOG on this blog which, to be honest, isn’t fair to this application (or it’s authors). My complaints (if you want to call them that) around CQRLOG had to do with its limitations. But getting back to that aforementioned honesty — it isn’t CQRLOG’s fault. I was simply trying to use the application on platforms or in situations for which it was not designed.
As far as Linux is concerned, it’s actually quite a nice and capable application. So in defense of CQRLOG (as if it needed it), here are the features which I most enjoy: