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MSCC: re-implementation

Ron / W4MMP
 

Hi Folks,
While working on the Linux port of MSCC,  I realized the same architecture being used for Linux can be and should be used on Windows.   MSCC fo Linux is a true client / server arrangement in that the GUI (called MSCC) may be run on either Windows or Linux (once the GUI is ported to Linux).  So the idea is to bring the same architecture to Windows.   The advantage to this is the GUI and servers do not need to be running on the same PC.  The servers can be running on a given PC that is attached to the Proficio (in the shack somewhere).  The GUI can be running on a laptop in your your den while you are watching the tube.  Remote operations :).  You will not need VNC or other type of remote operations helpers.   Providing remote audio is far, far, far easier on  Windows than Linux.  There a number of packages that provide for remote audio. 

Except for bug fixes, there will be no updates to the current MSCC until the re-implementation is complete. 
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Thank you for your support and business,
73,
The Multus SDR,LLC Team,
Ron / W4MMP

Jens / DH1AKY
 

That's true client-server computing, it's a fundamental best practice of computer sciences, hi. You can implement this in any OS supporting a network Stack.

73s, Jens/DH1AKY.

Ron / W4MMP via groups.io <w4mmp=aol.com@groups.io> schrieb am Fr., 8. Mai 2020, 17:28:

Hi Folks,
While working on the Linux port of MSCC,  I realized the same architecture being used for Linux can be and should be used on Windows.   MSCC fo Linux is a true client / server arrangement in that the GUI (called MSCC) may be run on either Windows or Linux (once the GUI is ported to Linux).  So the idea is to bring the same architecture to Windows.   The advantage to this is the GUI and servers do not need to be running on the same PC.  The servers can be running on a given PC that is attached to the Proficio (in the shack somewhere).  The GUI can be running on a laptop in your your den while you are watching the tube.  Remote operations :).  You will not need VNC or other type of remote operations helpers.   Providing remote audio is far, far, far easier on  Windows than Linux.  There a number of packages that provide for remote audio. 

Except for bug fixes, there will be no updates to the current MSCC until the re-implementation is complete. 
--
Thank you for your support and business,
73,
The Multus SDR,LLC Team,
Ron / W4MMP