I've got clone of USBee AX logic analyzer, to play with one and see if I need a device of such type at all. Unfortunately, I haven't found any Linux software that supports one. I have tried Sigrok, but it shows "Failed to configure samplerate" when I try to acquire data. I'm not sure if it is "clone problem" or something. Windows USBee software works ok with my device.
Frankly, I bought a SX clome from china at one point, and the software was so terrible I reprogrammed the EEPROM to make it enumerate as a Saleae Logic-8.
I've purchased a genuine logic-16, so I don't feel that bad about hacking a Chinese clone to emulate the cheaper version. Saleae already has a lot of my money.
Unfortunately, no. I bet on the wrong horse too when I bought my USBee-SX. The correct device to buy is Saleae's Logic.
Now you can recover from this -- both Saleae and USBee use the same Cypress USB microcontroller, and they're set up exactly the same way as Cypress' development board for the same chip. At least for the digital side you can use Saleae's software if you program the EEPROM on the USBee to match Saleae's USB ID.
The right thing to do is to sell the USBee and buy a device that supports the environment you want to work in. That's what I did with the Logic 16.