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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Yet another installation problem

From: Geoffrey Bunza
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Yet another installation problem
Date: Mon, 09 Jan 2006 10:57:26 -0800
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You are right on all counts. gcc4.0 worked just fine to compile Gnuradio. And I did try Suse10 on another system, and it installed like a dream compared to FC4 but I could not build with it right out of the box, so I've tabled the Suse investigation 'till later, while I continue on with Gnuradio on FC4. Thanks for your insights.

Eric Blossom wrote:
On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 10:23:13AM -0800, Geoffrey Bunza wrote:

   Addendum to my last email:
   I  found  that  using  precompiled  RPM's  for  the  Fedora Core 4
   installation  was  asking  for  problems,  so  as a new rule, I am
   avoiding  them  were  possible. Also The default gcc provided with
   FC4  is  gcc  4.0 which reputedly failed with Gnuradio (I am still
   checking  this  out--  more later) so I compiled gcc3.4.3 with the
gcc4.0 compiler and used that in the successful install.
FYI, gnuradio works fine with GCC 4.x
As I've said in (many) previous emails, I find the FC distributions
too flaky for my needs.  I prefer the better tested and "production
ready" distributions such as Mandriva and SuSE.


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