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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Building on Fedora Core 3 x86_64?

From: cfk
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Building on Fedora Core 3 x86_64?
Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2005 18:44:28 -0800
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On Friday 18 February 2005 10:40, Matt Ettus wrote:

I think the README in gnuradio-core is quite useful. This is where Matt & Eric 
set the options to the fftw configure which is:

./configure --enable-single --enable-shared

I also want to again complement Matt and Eric on the quality of the code and 
the USRP. I am spending my second weekend on it and was able to ssh from my 
office and demonstrate both the wfm_rcv_gui.py nad usrp_fft.py over the net 
to a couple of hams I work with.

Currently, I am doing a CVS update and 

./for-all-dirs ../buildit

See http://comsec.com/wiki?HowtoBuildFromCVS

I am needing to go in and run ./bootstrap & ./configure on a couple of 
directories that dont quite automagically work, but thats not a big deal. It 
only involves compiling twice.

I know that Matt and Eric have other work and this labor of love occupies 
evenings and weekends, as to the rest of us.

I am eager to get to the new narrow-band FM program as soon as the compile is 
completed so I can get to the next step with my new USRP.

Charles Krinke

> Quoting Graham Stead <address@hidden>
> > The -fPIC suggestion seems odd; the option seems related to some older
> > cpu architectures. Nevertheless, I tried to recompile libfftw3f and
> > gnuradio-core with -fPIC, but received the same link error.
> >
> > Has anyone else done a gnuradio-core-2.4 64-bit compile on FC3? Or
> > perhaps on FC2?
> I seem to remember needing to set some option to fftw's ./configure to get
> it to create shared libraries properly.  Have you tried a prepackaged
> version of fftw?
> Matt
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