|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Windows OOT Module Attribute Error module object has no attribute|
|Date:||Fri, 12 Apr 2019 09:41:20 +0300|
Horky,Installation on windows is now very simple, there have been .msi installers available for a while. I recommend you give them a try. There are some features which do not work, but the vast majority work fine.Unfortunately, custom OOT modules is one of the problematic areas. And as I believe 3.8 completely changes how OOT modules are built and registered, I think I'll focus work more on that aspect.Mehmet, When you say you put the files in the relevant directories, can you be more specific? Just to be sure.GeofOn Wed, Apr 10, 2019 at 9:24 AM Horký Petr <address@hidden> wrote:_______________________________________________
according to my experience. I made a video guide, How to install gnuradio on windows. This took me 4 days of installing, since the guides on the internet are outdated.
After that I tried Linux and installation took 10 minutes. The GNU is just not suited for Windows. I would recommend you using Linux. This saved me a lot of time.
Od: Discuss-gnuradio <discuss-gnuradio-bounces+petr.horky=address@hidden> za uživatele Mehmet Ozcelebi <address@hidden>
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Předmět: [Discuss-gnuradio] Windows OOT Module Attribute Error module object has no attributeI know this question was asked a lot but this case is for a Windows OOT.I tried to build a OOT, tried in Linux and got the error: module object has no attribute.I fixed this by running sudo ldconfig.I tried the same with windows, The dll's xml and py files were generated nicely and I placed them into the relevant directories.I got the same error but this time I don't know how to fix it in windows.It's an annoying error.What are the ways to debug this error in windows?
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