|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Install help|
|Date:||Tue, 5 Aug 2014 15:54:37 -0700|
On 08/05/2014 06:28 PM, Richard Bell wrote:Use your admin tools to tell Network Manager you want it static rather than DHCP/Automatic. You can use ifconfig to change the
I resolved this issue. The problem was there was an older version of gnu radio installed on this laptop that wasn't being removed properly. When I realized that and made sure to get it all off, the next time I ran the ettus website install commands it worked.
The only issue I'm having right now is that it seems my network setup overwrites the static ip address I assign to my laptop from time to time, leading to me not being able to ping the USRP. I'm not sure of a good workaround for this.
current IP address, but Network Manager will come along and clobber that unless it's told not to.
I should point out that, long-term, you're better to learn some basic sys admin stuff outside of this forum, because it will be very helpful
not just with Gnu Radio, but with anything else you might want to do with your computer, and discuss-gnuradio just isn't the place to
be getting that knowledge.
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