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Re: Version compatibility problem

From: CEL
Subject: Re: Version compatibility problem
Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2020 20:47:05 +0000

Hi Laura,

first of all, unless you really want to work *on* GNU Radio, there's
little reason to install it using PyBOMBS. At the very least, on Debian
testing, there's native GNU Radio 3.8 packages, and for Fedora and
Ubuntu, GNU Radio has binary packages that you can just install and use
to develop your out-of-tree modules and GNU Radio applications.

However, PyBOMBS will have installed GNU Radio 3.8 into the prefix
~/gnuradio. So, if you just move that out of the way, or delete it,
then you should have no access to GNU Radio anymore.

Best regards,

On Wed, 2020-02-12 at 12:12 -0800, Laura Arjona wrote:
> Good morning,
> In short, I installed gnuradio 3.8 following the tutorial  in the github site
> sudo -H pip3 install PyBOMBS
> pybombs auto-config
> pybombs recipes add-defaults
> pybombs prefix init ~/gnuradio -R gnuradio-default
> but I got problems with the python path, then removed gnuradio,  and 
> re-installed the version 3.7.
> But when I check the version with gnuradio-config-info --version
> I still get version 3.8.0.
> Because of the version I have other eros when building my oot-modules.
> Any advice there? 
> Thanks!

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