SDR# : Choix du mode d'installation
SDR SHarp (SDR#) is a software that allows using electronic chips onboard some DVB USB tuners to make broadband radio receivers. The advantage of this program is its modularity. With the addition of further modules, it is possible to extend its capabilities. One of the most interesting modules is the one that corrects the Doppler effect on the receive frequency to maintain a continuous reception during satellite's broadcasts.
SDR # is software that requires Microsoft.NET to run.
Under Linux, there are two alternatives to this environment: Wine and Mono. Each has its advantages and disadvantages but to date, none is satisfactory.
There are two ways to install this software in the Linux environment :
In conclusion: if you don't need to use the latest plug-ins, the method with Wine is better. If you need to use the latest plug-ins, choose the method with Mono but you'll need a powerful computer to compensate the slow emulation.