“If you already have a TQSL callsign certificate on your existing computer, this is for you. Do not request a new certificate from the Raspberry Pi TQSL application, just transfer the certificate container over from your existing computer to the Raspberry Pi.
Transfer your callsign certificate container from your PC (other computer) to your Raspberry Pi 3. Install TQSL on the Raspberry Pi 3 and then load your callsign certificate. It is the .p12 file not the .tq6 file.
Use a thumb drive (USB drive) to easily transfer the callsign certificate container. Please watch the video!”
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