Beware of cheap underperforming clones

As of 2022 there are many badly performing clones on the market. V2/3GHz NanoVNA uses parts like ADF4350 and AD8342 which are costly and clones have been cutting costs by using salvaged or reject parts.

See official store and look for V2 Plus4/V2 Plus4 Pro versions only to avoid getting a bad clone. We have stopped selling V2.2 versions since October 2020, so all V2 hardware that are not Plus or Plus4 are not made by us and we can not guarantee performance.

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libfuse2, fuse and VNA_View-x86_64.AppImage

Freddy ON7VQ 2022/10/16 05:54

Hi everyone,
I try to run VNA_View-x86_64.AppImage on my Ubuntu 22.04 but it asked me for Fuse.
I did some research and found this site
I am a little confused about this sentence : *Warning: Do not install the fuse package as of 22.04 or you may break your system
* Is it safe to install libfuse2 instead? Anyone had some experience with this?
Thanks for the answer!
Kind regards,
Freddy, ON7VQ

Dave (G1OGY) 2022/10/16 18:44

Hello Freddy
Seems to me that this is a restriction brought in with Ubuntu 22.04.

You might try the work-around detailed later in on the page you have linked:
"Extract" the app-image into a directory and attempt to run the executable.
(You made need careful use of `chmod (1)`)
Dave, G1OGY

On Sun, 16 Oct 2022 at 15:09, Freddy ON7VQ <> wrote:

Freddy ON7VQ 2022/10/17 14:08

HI Dave, thanks I indeed managed to extract the files and to start the
applicatieontwikkeling, without the risky fuse thing!
Freddy ON7VQ

Op zo 16 okt. 2022 21:49 schreef Dave (G1OGY) <>:

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