Paolo Subiaco http://gw.ir3ip.ampr.org/iw3grx
What are QSL? They are postal cards used to confirm connections between amateur radio people (OMs). When two OMs made a long radio connection, they usually exchange a card within their personal and connection informations, and a pretty photo.
This software, written in PHP4, permit users to store their QSL in a web server and view other QSL sorted by country, so this software is usable in the internet<->packet radio gateways as a nice service for the hamradio users.
Actually, the software was only tested in Linux, but it probably works in other operating systems too.
The software is release with the GNU General Public License: this means that the software is ``OpenSource'' and you can modify it without asking us, with the promise to redistribuite the new software modified by your own providing all sources. Please refer to the license specification at the URL http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html.
You need at least a web server capable of parsing PHP pages: you can use the most used http server Apache http://www.apache.org.
Consider that the php script need to access to its directories with writing permission: if your web server run as UID=nobody and GID=nogroup, you must grant permissions to nobody or nogroup.
The package tree is indicated below, indicating with ``[*]'' the whole directories and files which must have writing permissions to the webserver UID or GID:
For any informations, please refer to the website http://ir3ip.sourceforge.net, hosted by sourceforge.net, where you will found all documents about.
For any suggestion or bug report, please post a message in the appropriate forum at the URL http://sourceforge.net/forum/?group_id=31821.
If you are interested about developing this software with us, please compile the subscription form at the URL http://ir3ip.sourceforge.net; if will install the software, please tell us where this software is installed, compiling the registration form at the same URL, so your server will be added to the list where the software is installed.
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