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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GNU Radio: Real newbie question

From: bellzii
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GNU Radio: Real newbie question
Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2007 05:17:24 -0700 (PDT)

Hey kevin, 

Best starting point is using the tutorials at

they're a bit old but they will put u on track, next u can start reading the
wiki on gnuradio.org

Hope this helps a bit more, dont hesitate to ask (ofcourse as long as i know
the answer) i 'll be more glad to help.


keval wrote:
> Hey.
> Thanks for the help - that explains why nothing happens when I type
> ./gnuradio.
> Clearly, I need more help on this project than I originally thought.  Have
> you found any particularly good websites on this app?
> Many thanks,
> Kevin
> bellzii wrote:
>> hey kevin, 
>> I too am new to gnuradio but ive started learning few things and even
>> start running examples on the usrp and soon i will do my own model, now
>> concerning ur question ,theres actually no program called gnuradio , its
>> just a signal processing package , all you have to do is write or run
>> python program , and thats it!!
>> open ur terminal and in the gnuradio-examples --> python--> usrp
>> directory
>>  then ./usrp.osciloscope
>> im not very sure if i have dropped a directory cuz im not on linux now to
>> check , but i hope this helps ;-)
>> keval wrote:
>>> Greetings.
>>> OK - I've installed all the required libraries, dependencies, etc.  It
>>> compiles and checks out just like it's supposed to.  Now: the Big
>>> Question:  how do I start GNU Radio?  (I'm running Ubuntu (Fiesty
>>> Fawn)).  
>>> Yes, I realize that this is a really, really basic question, but it's
>>> nearly midnight and I'm just too tired to figure this out on my own.
>>> Many thanks,
>>> Kevin

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