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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Re: Yet another installation problem

From: Elaine Garbarine
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Re: Yet another installation problem
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2006 10:09:53 -0500
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I'm building on Red Hat 9 and I think this is an older version of the
gr-usrp module than the one that is in CVS.  I will checkout and update my
packages and report back.

Also, I configured all packages with the same prefix and set my
PKG_CONFIG_PATH appropriately and I didn't have this problem with any of the
other modules. 

I'll do a CVS checkout just to be sure and attempt a rebuild and let you
know what the result was.


On 2/22/06 1:55 AM, "Eric Blossom" <address@hidden> wrote:

> On Tue, Feb 21, 2006 at 01:55:31PM -0500, Elaine Garbarine wrote:
>> I know this is an old message to resurrect but I wanted to let you guys know
>> I found out what the problem was incase anyone comes across this problem in
>> the future.
>> I took a look at Makefile.am in gr-usrp/src and it looks for gnuradio.i by
>> checking the following:
>>     $(GNURADIO_CORE_INCLUDEDIR)/swig/gnuradio.i
>> For one reason or another none of the environmental variables I had set were
>> pointing the makefile in the correct direction.  To fix this I included an
>> additional environmental variable set for the path where /swig/gnuradio.i
>> could be found as follows:
>> Export GNURADIO_CORE_INCLUDEDIR=/usr/gr/include/gnuradio
>> This fixed my issue and gr-usrp completed make and make install without any
>> other problems.
>> Regards,
>> Elaine
> Elaine,
> This shouldn't be required.  I wouldn't expect you to have to
> set any environment variables except possibly PKG_CONFIG_PATH.  Just
> use "./configure --prefix=foo" if you're installing in a non-standard
> place.
> Are all of gnuradio-core and gr-* configured with the same --prefix ?
> Can you send me a transcript (off list) of all the commands (and
> output to stdout and stderr) to reproduce the problem, starting from a
> fresh CVS checkout?
> Also, which os and version are you building on?
> Please include the output of:
>   $ env
> Thanks,
> Eric

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