For very long time I’ve tried to create an Ubuntu PPA, short for Personal Package Archives, as some ham radio software packages are very outdated.
Yesterday I attended a hacker event arranged by Uppsala Linux User Group to meet friends. My plan was to hack on a DX-cluster terminal but a few days before the event I found our that a guy from Finland, employed by Canonical, also would come to Uppsala.
Now I had my chance to ask how to create a PPA.
José was very helpful and guided me how to create a PPA – it is not that easy. As a test I created a PPA for TrustedQSL, a package radio amateurs to sign log files before uploading them to Logbook of the World.
Now you can update to TrustedQSL version 2.4.7 by adding my PPA.