Hi ! I'm looking to set up a WebSDR server using the "real" WebSDR software. I have looked at other packages, and from what I can see, WebSDR is the best - and the only one that seems to support a spectral display. All others I've seen support waterfall display only. I have written to the gentleman who runs the WebSDR site - and who authored the software, but I never got any reply. The WebSDR idea at my site grew out of people who I have granted access, to use my remote control software as a "listener". But, my remote control software is designed for remote control, and it works very well in this respect. However, it does not provide for receiver control of any sort (that is done by other software). And, while it can support a lot of users, it's not specifically designed for the purpose. My location is *extremely* quiet, line-noise wise. There really is none. And it is high on a hill, and the antenna system is up at 90+ feet, with a full radial ground system. So, it would be a good site for a WebSDR. With that, users can choose on which frequency they wish to listen, what mode, etc. .. all of the usual WebSDR stuff. But, I didn't get any response from the author, so I'm a bit stuck at the moment. Any ideas? I have the hardware and everything else I need. Thanks!! Steve.