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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] fcdproplus (Funcube Pro Plus) Module?

From: Marcus Müller
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] fcdproplus (Funcube Pro Plus) Module?
Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2014 01:57:20 +0200
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Hi Tom,

"module" is meant in the python library kind of sense. This means that
wherever you installed your funcubedongle python code to, it's not being
found by python, and in effect can't be used in a flowgraph at runtime.
how did you install it?

Greetings, and goodnight,

On 18.08.2014 01:50, Thomas M. Alldread wrote:
> Greetings,
>     My platform is the Mint 13 distribution of Linux which is based on
> Ubuntu 12.04.
>     I have been struggling with gnuradio trying to get it to work with
> my FuncubeProPlus dongle for which I have installed the latest
> fcdproplus package a couple of times. The example application shows
> the fcdproplus blocks OK indicating that the fcdproplus package for it
> is compiled and installed. There are fcdproplus files in the
> usr/share/gnuradio subdirectories thus the install appears normal. I
> can execute the dialtone and sweep examples which run OK indicating
> gnuradio is functional.
>     I have done the following:
>         - Entered the recommended Udev rules. The funcube USB device
> is detected as it is listed as a Microchip device by the lsusb
> command. The dongle is shown with the expected "fb31" id that is
> assigned to the fcdproplus. But lsusb shows is on bus 4 which differs
> from the udev rules statement that indicate that it should be on bus
> 1, I don't know if this is relevant to the problem.
>         - I have added the /usr/share/gnuradio path to the PATH
> statement for both SU and user accounts.
>     I get the following dump when I try to execute the example:
> ---------------
> Generating: "/home/tma/GNU_Radio/GRC_WorkSpace/FMRadio.py"
> Executing: "/home/tma/GNU_Radio/GRC_WorkSpace/FMRadio.py"
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "/home/tma/GNU_Radio/GRC_WorkSpace/FMRadio.py", line 19, in
> <module>
>     import fcdproplus
> ImportError: No module named fcdproplus
> >>> Done
> ----------------------
>     I don't know what is meant by module......is it looking for a
> software module or is that it cannot find the USB dongle? As
> FMRadio.py is re-generated with every execution attempt there is
> nothing that I can change that will stick in that file.
>     I wonder if anyone here can help me?
> Best Regards,
> Tom
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