SpectraVue works on Linux via WINE despite the USB connection to the SDR-IQ because
siqs-ftdi (a Linux program) connects to the SDR-IQ over USB, and provides the packets on a local network socket.
Install SpectraVue on Linux WINE
- Download SpectraVue
apt install wine winetricks vcrun2010
add the line to
alias SpectraVue='wine ~/.wine/drive_c/SpectraVue/SpectraVue'
Running SDR-IQ via SpectraVue on Linux WINE
This is one of the best ways to use the RFSpace SDR-IQ on Linux.
Open a Terminal and type
Open a second Terminal window and type:
One-time SDR-IQ Setup on Linux using siqs-ftdi and SpectraVue
- Be sure
siqs-ftdiis already running after you plugged in your SDR-IQ via USB to your PC
- In SpectraVue, click InputDevice > SDR-IQ.
- Click SDR-IQ Setup > Interface Selection > Network
click SDR-IQ Setup > Network SDR-IQ Setup > IP Address
- click Find to select your SDR-IQ
Possible Error messages when running SpectraVue on WINE Linux
err:module:import_dll Library mfc100.dll (which is needed by L”C:\SpectraVue\IOModule.dll”) not found err:module:import_dll Library IOModule.dll (which is needed by L”C:\SpectraVue\SpectraVue.exe”) not found err:module:import_dll Library mfc100.dll (which is needed by L”C:\SpectraVue\SpectraVue.exe”) not found
are resolved by