Has anyone built a Linux client for SmartSDR?

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Has anyone built a Linux client for SmartSDR?
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Joe N9VX

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Chris DL5NAM

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Did you search here with the key LINUX?
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Joe N9VX

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Yes
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Bill -VA3WTB

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I don't think anyone has taken the time to do that as yet, I hope some day a group will form that will work on this.
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Joe N9VX

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I saw postings that some were considering, but I guess no one followed through with the project. I just hate MS Windows....
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Chris DL5NAM

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Joe, it like: every hate McDonald's, nobody go there! But why they make Billion of business??
I am happy with windows. Many people cry for Linunx, hate Windows but none of this guys do something to bring Linux further. They are mostly also very lazy user like Windows user. They want have 100% solutions/app/programms. 99% (like) me have no skills to programm any software.

I am happy that Flexradio support SSDR as Windows App. With only Linux - they will sale less then 5% of his SDR hardware.

And a still open questions is: what can do a Linux SSDR version better then a Windows version?
If a Linux version will exist, i will give a try. I am using computer/PC since 30 years. Open for all.

Seasons greetings
Chris DL5NAM