Forum: GNU Radio Executing python scripts with Gnu radio

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Ravi T. (Guest)
on 2009-05-29 15:25
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Hello all,



  I have installed GNU radio with cygwin. I have C++ source and header
files
and corresponding interface files as well. What steps do I need to
follow to
generate and execute python scripts? Do I need to set any specific
environment variables?

  Also just to test whether I have installed gnu radio correctly, I
tried
running dialtone.py from examples/audio folder. I tried running from
cygwin.
Nothing happened for about 30 minutes. No errors/warnings were reported.
Is
there any simple python script which I can test to see if I installed
gnu
radio correctly? Sorry for lots of questions. Appreciate your reply and
help.



Best Regards

Ravi
Mir M. Ali (Guest)
on 2009-05-29 19:08
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Try to run the scripts from the examples folder. Look at these and you
will
know how to write scripts using gnuradio blocks. You can also find
tutorials
on the internet. You will find a good tutorial here.
http://www.iut.ac.ir/~omidi/SDR07/07_GNU/pdf/<http...
If you think the installation was without errors then upon running
dialtone.py you will hear a sound. Nothing is printed on screen. Turn on
the
volume and run the program again. Try other programs from example and if
you
have usrp boards then try the ones in digital directory.

Ali.

On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 6:23 AM, Ravishankar. M <
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