SDRuno on Linux

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nk2042
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Re: SDRuno on Linux

Post by nk2042 » Mon Oct 22, 2018 10:33 pm

As a Linux only user I have SDRplay RSP2 and I'm using Gqrx and CubicSDR.

But, like other users, I think that if these softwares are usable, they have little compared to SDRUno and other Windows base softwares.

I understand writing a soft for linux takes time, and, if SDRPlay team can't actually do it, why not contribute to existing opensource projects ?

A lot of features requests are listed for cubicSDR roadmap.
Gqrx isn't very actively maintained now because the author doesn't have lot of time now.

Contributing to one of these projects could be an alternative to improve user experience for non window users.

It's only an idea, it's probably not as easy as writing it.
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LisaNels
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Re: SDRuno on Linux

Post by LisaNels » Sun Nov 04, 2018 3:07 pm

I just purchased my SDRPlay RSP2 because they advertise Linux support... That's kinda a stretch.

Yes, I got it working, but CubicSDR isn't nearly as nice as SDRuno.

WHY do programmers still make WINDOWS ONLY software? There are so many ways to make programs work on many platforms.

How about this: RELEASE THE SOURCE CODE and someone on the LINUX community will soon have it working perfectly... or better...
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peterg
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Re: SDRuno on Linux

Post by peterg » Sat Aug 17, 2019 6:45 pm

Hi,

I am a newbie to SDR but a long term 20yrs+ Linux user/developer. I have Ubuntu 18.04 running CubicSDR after building and installing all the necessary packages.

I am confused though. Is SDRuno another SDR or the same as CubicSDR?

Let me know if you would like to know how to get it all running. I am listening to 103.1088MHz radio station atm using a RSP1A with a long wire strung from my PC room to the bottom of the garden ~30ft.
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nk2042
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Re: SDRuno on Linux

Post by nk2042 » Sat Aug 17, 2019 11:08 pm

Hi peterg.

SDRUno is the sdrplay team SDR software developed for windows only for now.

CuubicSDR is a opensource sdr multi platform software.

Why people speak about SDRuno under linux is because it has much more features than cubicSDR.

SDRPlay team has updated SDRUno roadmap with a v 2.0 witch will be linux compliant but It will probably take time to write this new software version.
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Paul
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Re: SDRuno on Linux

Post by Paul » Sun Aug 18, 2019 5:43 am

SDRuno is the "native/company" software programme for the SDRplay series of SDR devices.
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