I built it on a beagle board black, which is not as powerful as a RPI
these days. This isn't all that fresh in my memory.
I don't recall having to set up VM beyond stock. Slow
It might just be me, but the only signal processng I ever found
useful on those SBCs was ADSB decoding. Rtlsdr and some flavor of
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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Installing GNURadio On Raspberry Pi
On Tue, 2019-04-23 at 19:31 -0700, lists wrote:
uhhh that wiki page is ... dated. It also doesn't solve the issue of
not being able to import gr-osmosdr, which isn't part of GNU Radio
Also, clearly *not* the way I'd recommend on a raspberry Pi:
What lazygranch recommends is a source build, which takes roughly
forever on a raspberry Pi, and requires use of copious amount of swap
memory, due to the limited amount of RAM of a Raspberry Pi.
So, if you can, get a binary installation of GNU Radio. It seems you
already have one!
Then, you'll need to make sure you've got a working gr-osmosdr
installation on your Pi. How did you install GNU Radio and gr-osmosdr
on your Raspberry Pi so far?
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