Software Updates

Software Updates

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As we have become aware, this can be a tricky subject. Some programs update the software automatically. Some want to update the software just when you are about to use it…not a real good time. Some programs do not update automatically and even tell you that you have the latest version, when you DO NOT. Make it a habit to confirm that you have the latest version by going to the source and checking at regular intervals. Perhaps right after you are finished using it, or some other time that you can check on a consistent basis.

Having the latest version not only fixes bugs and introduces new features, it keeps the system more reliable.

As of 2104 EST November 5, 2018, the current version of Fldigi is: 4.0.18

As of 2152 EDT August 18, 2018, the Winlink Express standard forms version was: 1.0.66.0

As of 2023 EDT July 25, 2018, the Winlink Express current version is 1.5.13.0

As of February 9, 2018, the current version of Flarq is 4.3.6

As of February 9, 2018, the  current version of Flrig is 1.3.39 (Flrig: rig control program, cooperates with Fldigi)

As of April 11, 2018, the current version of Flmsg is 4.0.6 (Flmsg: forms manager)

As of February 2, 2018, the current version of Flamp is 2.2.03 (Flamp: amateur multicast protocol, file transfer program)

As of February 2, 2018, the current version of Fllog is 1.2.5 (Fllog: can use same data file as Fldigi)

As of February 2, 2018 the current version of Flnet is 7.3.2 (Flnet: voice net controller database/check-in app)

As of February 2, 2018, the current version of Flwkey is 1.2.3 (Flwkey: modem program for K1EL Winkeyer series)

As of February 2, 2018, the current version of Flwrap is 1.3.4 (Flwrap: file encapsulation/compression)

As of February 2, 2018, the current version of Flcluster is 1.0.4 (Flcluster: Telnet client to remote cluster servers)

OTHER OPERATING SYSTEMS: These files are generally available for other operating systems. Check sourceforge.net for availability.

Adopt an ARDOP! Type ardop into your search engine and go to those web pages from winlink.org that appear. ARDOP is the up and coming successor to Winmor and is available for use now. ARDOP stands for Amateur Radio Digital Open Protocol. It’s easy to use and if you’ve already used Winmor you will recognize its format.