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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] audio_portaudio_source error during building gnur
Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] audio_portaudio_source error during building gnuradio
Fri, 07 May 2010 16:17:15 +0200
Thunderbird 22.214.171.124 (X11/20100411)
Thank you for your help. But I do not understand your answer totally since I
We are all beginners in some sense =;c)
If you have installed the boost- libraries from apt- get, they should be
I do not know how to check version of boots and do not get
related information from gnuradio wiki.
(or maybe /usr/local/lib)
try something like
and look at the files. You should see a long list containing loads of
My output is:
Meaning I have boost version 1.38 installed
Might be. If you are curious, you could check the updates and track the
problem down, since you have a relatively short timespan
However, I think second question is not stupid. The problem was solved and I
do think it is the problem within GNU Radio release 3.3git-740-ge2222445.
where the problem appeared.
I just copy the gnuradio file I installed in another laptop two weeks ago to
current laptop. First run sudo make uninstall and git clean bla bla.....
And whole install process is fine without any error. The version name is GNU
Radio release 3.3git-725-g8d3a78da. Hope this information will be useful to
Mattias Kjellsson wrote:
The version I downloaded is
What version of boots are you using, and have the configure- scripts
found boost, are they in some "special place" (other than /usr/local/lib)?
Configured GNU Radio release 3.3git-740-ge2222445 for build
I have installed 3.3git-720 successfully without any error. Anyone can
me that where and how can I download 3.3git-720?
The second question (from me) is kind of stupid, I know, since the
configure- script should fail if boost was
not found, or a version number less than ... is it 1.37(?) was found.
I know that some UHD functionality requires at least boost-1.38, but I'm
not sure about the trunk in the
Hope this gives you something to check at least.
On a side note.
Please see mailing- list rules regarding starting new threads. Don't
start new threads with the same topic. I have seen this from (mostly)
gmail users lately, so I assume there are no problems when using that.
Not everyone want/will/do use gmail, and the messages gets kind of hard
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