|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GNURadio Installation with Hydra|
|Date:||Wed, 08 Oct 2014 17:11:08 +0200|
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3.2.2 is *very* ancient. In fact, it's older than my involvement with GNU Radio, and I think it will be very hard to find someone how's still using it, so asking for experience, I'm afraid, is not going to yield a lot of responses in 2014.
Therefore, it will be nearly impossible to recreate an environment with all the GNU Radio dependencies that match the needs of GNU Radio 3.2.2.
I'm not familiar with Hydra itself; but if it uses GR 3.2.2 you won't be able to use it with modern USRPs, you won't have much fun developing new applications for it, and in total it might be wise to look if you can either find a suitable substitute or port it to a modern GNU Radio.
However, I'm optimistic that someone else here has used Hydra, and maybe he has some more specific hints than I do.
On 08.10.2014 16:50, Zhang, Jiayi wrote:
Dear all, I'm a beginner of GNURadio but I'm familiar with some basis of Linux when I use C++ & IT++. Currently I'm trying to test the Hydra-0.4 package for evaluation under the last ubuntu ver 14.04.1 32bit. During the installation of gnuradio-3.2.2, there is an error which I cannot find the solution on internet. gnuradio-3.2.2$ ./bootstrap && ./configure --prefix=$GR … checking for boost >= 1.35... yes checking whether the boost::thread includes are available... yes configure: error: Could not link against libboost_thread! ‘libboost-all-dev’ has already installed, including ‘libboost-thread-dev’, I tried both version 1.54 and 1.55 of libboost. I've also searched the error message in Google, even after I installed the 'build-essential' package, the error remains the same. I will be much appreciated if any of you have such an experience and would feedback some solutions. Regards, Jiayi (Vincent)
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