I finally gave up and tried installing it on my Linux Zorin and it installed without any problems. I am using a free version of Zorin. I have not used it very much as of yet, but from what I am reading it is a very good program. There are reviews on eham.net about the program and they look pretty good, so here is a link to it http://www.eham.net/reviews/detail/7219 . Here is a link to the main webpage at Hamsoft to download the software http://radio.linux.org.au/pkgdetail.phtml?sectpat=New/Updated&ordpat=&descpat=&pkgid=480 . Here are some pictures of the program. If you are interested in using linux zorin here is a good install video.
Another good Linux program I came across is called KB10lQ Andy's Ham Radio Linux. It has downloads for a 32bit system as well as a 64bit system. Here is a link to it http://sourceforge.net/projects/kb1oiq-andysham/ . It is an open source program that is free. It seems to have a fairly good amount of programs on it. It is a enhanced version of Ubuntu with a variety of ham programs. These programs have been around, but none the less are good. It is a large iso file that you will download and then burn to a dvd disk. You can boot off of it and runit as a live Linux ububtu distribution or you can install it on your system. I would run it as a live program before installing just to see how you like it. Here are some pictures of the program.
Well that’s all for now so Thank You for reading. From Dan KC2YTI 73s.