|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Split-function implementation of 802.11g OFDM PHY and MAC on USRP2|
|Date:||Wed, 31 Aug 2011 01:22:12 +0100|
>sudo chown -R your-user-id whatever-your-directory-is
Owner of the directories changed :)
>Don't think of the computer/OS as an obstacle that gets in the way of what you're doing. Think of it as a long-term partner.
>You should think of a new computer/operating-system as akin to an exciting new lover. Learn their secrets, the things they like, and don't
>like. Make them yours. It'll be beautiful.
I'll give my best!
>Matt/Josh/Nick/Jason can say which version of the tool-chain they used, but yes, I'm talking about the different versions of ISE. They'll produce
>slightly different binaries, and also the "Monte Carlo" decision stuff I talked about can yield a somewhat different build. Keep in mind that
>a program like 'md5sum' will produce a completely different hash output even for a single changed bit!
By the way, I tried to "flash" the built UHD fpga image onto the SD card, and the USRP2 is booting properly :)
-- Marcus Leech Principal Investigator Shirleys Bay Radio Astronomy Consortium http://www.sbrac.org
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