Forum: GNU Radio A question about bbn_80211/trunk/src/80211_mac/simple_mac.py

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Jane C. (Guest)
on 2009-05-12 05:19
(Received via mailing list)
Hi all,
 
My kernel is 2.6.26.6-79.fc9.i686 (Fedor 9)
GNURadio is 3.1.3
 
I ran the simple_mac.py and got an error as following:
 
# ./simple_mac.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "./simple_mac.py", line 51, in <module>
    from transmit_path import transmit_path
ImportError: No module named transmit_path
 
The simple_mac.py has codes to import transmit_path as follows:









50
# from current dir

51
from transmit_path import transmit_path

52
from receive_path import receive_path

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from mac_utils import *

54
from framing import *

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import fusb_options
 
 
However, the 80211_mac folder only has files as follows:




Name
Size
Rev
Age
Last Change


.../

framing.py
14.3 KB
93
6 months
gnychis: adding in initial code

mac_utils.py
4.1 KB
93
6 months
gnychis: adding in initial code

Makefile.am
245 bytes
93
6 months
gnychis: adding in initial code

README.simple_mac
5.4 KB
93
6 months
gnychis: adding in initial code

README.testing
4.7 KB
93
6 months
gnychis: adding in initial code

README.txt
111 bytes
93
6 months
gnychis: adding in initial code

simple-config.sample
88 bytes
93
6 months
gnychis: adding in initial code

simple_mac.py
 
 
How can the simple_mac.py import transmit_path?
I read the mailing list, but no one mentions this problem. I follow the
 instruction of README.simple_mac. I guess I did something wrong.
Could anyone please tell what's wrong here?
 
Thank you,
Jane
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