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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Regarding installation of GNURADIO on Ubuntu 10.1
Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Regarding installation of GNURADIO on Ubuntu 10.10
Sun, 06 Nov 2011 14:57:48 -0800
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On 11/06/2011 02:49 PM, shashank gaur wrote:
> Hello Sir
> Thank you very much for your reply.
> I tried to run using build-gnuradio -v and the log shows the following error
> /home/sunny/Gnu/uhd/host/examples/tx_waveforms.cpp: In function ‘int
> _main(int, char**)’:
> /home/sunny/Gnu/uhd/host/examples/tx_waveforms.cpp:206: error: ‘tx_stream’
> was not declared in this scope
> I tried to open the file and see into this. The error is in this line
> if (spb == 0) spb = tx_stream->get_max_num_samps()*10;
> and it seems that tx_stream is used only in this line throughout the cpp
> Can you suggest something about this?
> Should I declare the tx_stream as a variable in the file or I need to
> include any directory.
> Once again thanks for the help
> Shashank Gaur
> ECE Paris
It was a change from the next branch for an example app that wasnt ready
to be pulled onto the master. I just pushed a fix.
> On Sun, Nov 6, 2011 at 6:53 PM, Marcus D. Leech <address@hidden> wrote:
>> On 11/06/2011 12:46 PM, shashank gaur wrote:
>> I am using Ubuntu 10.10 and I am trying to install gnuradio for using it
>> with USRP1.
>> I am using the Build scrip available at following address
>> But while building the UHD it shows following error!!
>> "Building UHD...UHD build apparently failed"
>> Please help me out in resolving this error.
>> Thank you very much
>> Shashank Gaur
>> Discuss-gnuradio mailing
>> If you run build-gnuradio using -v or --verbose, it will log all messages
>> to the terminal, rather than redirecting to /dev/null.
>> This will help you track down *why* it's failing. Make sure you have the
>> most recent version of build-gnuradio to support this
>> option. Also, you can use build-gnuradio --help to get a list of
>> command-line options.
>> The message you quote is caused by the "make" failing (returning an error
>> code), so it's best to use -v on build-gnuradio to find out
>> *why* it's failing.
>> Marcus Leech
>> Principal Investigator
>> Shirleys Bay Radio Astronomy Consortiumhttp://www.sbrac.org
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