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Re: [softrock40] Re: Exactly what will I need

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  • Bill Cromwell
    ... Hi Bob, I already downloaded Power SDR since I have a SoftRock kit here. Part of it comes up in WINE but there is no SDR to run so it does nothing. I hope
    Message 1 of 27 , Jun 2, 2013
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      On 06/02/2013 06:40 PM, RLN37 wrote:
      >
      > Is their a LINUX version of Power SDR?
      > Or, lacking that, something more or less equivalent to Power SDR, but
      > written for Linux?
      >
      > Baseball Bob
      >
      Hi Bob,

      I already downloaded Power SDR since I have a SoftRock kit here. Part of
      it comes up in WINE but there is no SDR to run so it does nothing. I
      hope this helps.

      73,

      Bill KU8H
    • Sid Boyce
      Flex promised a Linux Version of PowerSDR early on but years later would not even respond to questions about it. I have installed PowerSDR under Crossover
      Message 2 of 27 , Jun 3, 2013
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        Flex promised a Linux Version of PowerSDR early on but years later would not even respond to questions about it.

        I have installed PowerSDR under Crossover Office in Linux but it was as slow as treacle painting the buttons on the screen.

        I also installed Rocky some years ago under Crossover Office but it could not see the sound cards.

        Kiss Console under Crossover Office with Hermes comes up and finds the Hermes hardware but fails as it's also looking for Metis which does not exist on Hermes. My questions to the openHPSDR group hasn't yielded a response.

        Under Linux native, quisk is the easiest to set up. I have prepared a tar ball of quisk-3.6.8 which I sent to another guy last week and can send to you. It contains instructions with the Ubuntu pre-req packages that are to be installed and a config file where only the sound card selections may have to be changed depending on which cards (0, 1,2, etc.) you are using for I-Q and Mic/Speaker.

        Up from quisk there is ghpsdr3-alex at http://napan.ca/ghpsdr3/index.php/Main_Page and there is a link to all the servers that are exposed on the internet -  http://qtradio.napan.ca/qtradio/qtradio.pl where you can see an array of transcievers and receivers.

        Currently ghpsdr3-alex supports HPSDR, Softrock, UHFSDR, Microtelecom Perseus, SDR-iq, HiQSDR, Ettus Research USRP, SDR1000, Hermes and rtl-sdr DVB-T dongles.
        73 ... Sid.

        On 03/06/13 01:53, Bill Cromwell wrote:
         

        On 06/02/2013 06:40 PM, RLN37 wrote:
        >
        > Is their a LINUX version of Power SDR?
        > Or, lacking that, something more or less equivalent to Power SDR, but
        > written for Linux?
        >
        > Baseball Bob
        >
        Hi Bob,

        I already downloaded Power SDR since I have a SoftRock kit here. Part of
        it comes up in WINE but there is no SDR to run so it does nothing. I
        hope this helps.

        73,

        Bill KU8H



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