|Subject:||[Discuss-gnuradio] MacPorts for Intel - newbie question|
|Date:||Wed, 28 Mar 2007 16:02:29 +0100|
Hi (from a newbie here to Gnu Radio),
Just trying to wet my feet in all this… trying to build the software on a new Intel Core 2 Duo MacBook with OSX 10.4.9…
Was following the notes from Jon Jacky & Michael Dickens about OSX installations…
Started the pre-requisites …
Installed Xcode 2.4.1.
Installed MacPorts as suggested in Jon's notes from a DarwinPorts-1.0.dmg but when I went to update it using
sudo port -d selfupdate
I got the message:
Failed to initialize ports system, no suitable image found. Did find:
/opt/local/share/darwinports/Tcl/pextlib1.0/Pextlib.dylib: mach-o, but wrong architecture
which even to a limited tech like me suggests it was expecting PPC ?
I also tried the more detailed description in Michael's document using the script dp_inst.csh on page 3 but got the same errors, presumably for the same reason.
Of course without MacPorts working, I am not likely to get much further with my GR install! Sorry to ask for such basic help but would appreciate any pointers either on or off list.
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