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  1. Transformer is available within LoggerNet 3.2 and higher.

    • From the Windows Start Menu, navigate to LoggerNet3.0 | Utilities | Transformer.
    • In LoggerNet 4.x, from the main LoggerNet window, navigate to Program | Transformer.
  2. No. The libexpat.dll module used by some of our applications is sometimes identified as spyware by anti-spyware programs. It is an open-source XML parser, not spyware.

  3. Yes. LoggerNet for Linux (LNLinux) allows the LoggerNet server to be run on a Linux computer. The LoggerNet server collects and stores the data, while setup and management of the network are easily handled from a Windows computer running LoggerNet Remote or, rather tediously, using Cora Command on the Linux computer.

  4. When a new version of software is released, users of that software are entitled to a free patch or an upgrade at a discounted price, depending on the current license owned.

    • A patch is offered to users who currently own a license for a version of the software that has the same major revision number as the new release. For example, if a user owns version 1 of the software and version 1.1 is released, the user can download a patch free of charge from our website.
    • Upgrade pricing is offered to users who own a license that has a major revision number different from the new release. For example, if a user owns version 1 of the software and version 2 is released, the user can purchase an upgrade at a discounted price. 
  5. The blog article "How to Navigate the World of Software Upgrades, Patches, and Trials" explains the difference between patches (free of charge) and upgrades (for a fee). This example quickly shows the difference between an upgrade and a patch:

    Upgrade Patch

    Major version change, such as 1.3 to 2.0

    Minor version change, such as 1.3 to 1.4

    Typically requires purchase for a fee

    Free of charge