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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] various USRP GUIs freezing

From: Erik Tollerud
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] various USRP GUIs freezing
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 10:57:38 -0800

I suppose that would be helpful...

I'm using the CVS gnuradio (as of about a week ago)
running under FC5
wxPython version is 2.6 - I wasn't sure if I should pick the unicode
or ANSI version, but I think I installed the ANSI (if it matters)
and 256 megs of ram.

As for the processor, I'm not absolutely sure - it's a Dell GX220, so
It's some form of pentium III or 4, but I'm not sure how to look up
processor data under linux...

On 3/30/06, Eric Blossom <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 30, 2006 at 03:22:08PM -0800, Erik Tollerud wrote:
> > I'm new to gnuradio, but I've sucessfully compiled and installed the
> > gnuradio software and hooked it up to my USRP.  My problem (at least,
> > the first one...) is in running some of the GUI USRP examples.
> > usrp_wfm_rcv(_anything else).py,  usrp_oscope.py, usrp_fft.py all show
> > this strange bug; When I start them up, they seem to run fine for a
> > few seconds (or a few minutes for the oscope), and then the interface
> > freezes up (i.e. I can't input anything like the center frequency -
> > clicking just doesn't do anything), but the graphs continue updating
> > very slowly, and one at a time. For example. in usrp_wfm_rcv.py, the
> > "Data from USRP" graph responds for a while while the other two look
> > frozen, then the "Post Filter" graph does the same while the other two
> > are frozen, then "Post Deemph"... then the cycle restarts.  Any idea
> > what's going on?
> >
> > And the usrp_wfm_rcv does output sound, but I'm not hearing any radio
> > stations even if I have an antenna connected... I'm not sure if I
> > should be at this point, but at any rate all I hear is static.
> Hi Erik,
> * Which version of the GNU Radio code?  tarball or cvs/svn?
> * What OS / version / disribution are you using?
> * What version of wxPython?
> * What kind of  processor do you have?
> * How much RAM?
> Anything else you can tell us that might help...
> Eric

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