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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GNURadio on Zync: thanks for the excellent tutori

From: Philip Balister
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GNURadio on Zync: thanks for the excellent tutorial
Date: Thu, 26 Dec 2013 10:31:06 -0500
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On 12/26/2013 02:28 AM, Jean-Michel FRIEDT wrote:
> I have used the opportunity of the more relaxed days of this Christmas
> period to try and run the tutorial at
> http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/wiki/Zynq

We need to update the OE section of this page to use:


for managing the OE layers. I'd suggest not starting a new checkout if
you have something working until after I update UHD to 3.6.2 though :)

Also, https://github.com/balister/meta-sdr/wiki/CrossCompile has
instructions for cross compiling GNU Radio and testing the result. We
need to verify this approach works for OOT module development also.

Merry Christmas,


> Wonderful page, works nearly perfectly, thanks a lot.
> A few minor comments to the author or useful to other readers of the
> mailing
> list:
> 1/ using a brand new Debian/testing installation, it seems that the latest
> version of tar will not accept both -c and -s options in its command line.
> I hence edited all entries of openembedded-core/meta/lib/oe/ and replaced
> the -ps option of tar with -p. Same for the meta/classes entries.
> Apparently
> this has been patched in the latest release of openembedded, but indeed the
> zync script will not run out of the box on the latest openembedded release
> and, as advised on the web page, I git commited against a given older
> release,
> 2/ the note about Xilinx tools to Ubuntu users concerning gmake should
> be in
> bold, huge size, blinking fonts ;)  I spent a while being concerned about
> licensing issues when the FPGA synthesis tool would not run. No
> seriously, just
> learning to read did the trick. As a side note, it all ran smoothly with
> the
> 14.7 release of ISE on a 32-bit x86 architecture. I believe there is a
> minor
> trivial error in the PATH to ISE in which xtclsh should not be included in
> the PATH definition.
> Anyway, thanks for the tutorial, just need to now understand what I did,
> but
> at least the whole thing is running smoothly.
> Best wishes for the new year, JM

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