I am currently using NetLogger version 3.1.7 (linux), and find it to so easy to use, that it has become my default logging software. Other than having to 'tweak' the QSL message a bit, sending contacts to eQSL is easy. However, sending contacts to LoTW is proving to be a pain. (I am using TrustedQSL version 2.3.1 - linux.)
Thinking that my problem was due to a certificate password, I:
1) removed the LoTW/TQSL certificate in $HOME/.config/NetLogger/LoTW_Certs
2) removed the password from the certificate using the information located at https://lotw.arrl.org/lotw-help/removecertificatepassword/
3) imported the 'password-less' certificate into NetLogger
4) re-set my location with the newly imported certificate
When performing 'Update Status of Uploaded LoTW contacts', I am prompted for my LoTW password, then the program returns that I have no contacts uploaded. This is expected.
When performing 'Upload Selected Contacts to LoTW', I get the following error (Note that there was not a password request):
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10 of 10 selected contacts either do not have a LoTW certificate associated with them, the associated certificate is no longer known to NetLogger, or a password for a certificate was not provided. Upload aborted.
Checking the NetLogger.ini file, I have the following pertaining to LoTW, which looks good to me:
LoTWPassword=[*** removed for security purposes ***]
At this point, I am at a loss on how to 'auto-magically' upload my contacts to LoTW from NetLogger.
Bobby - KN4I