A small error in benchmark_tx file

Hey Marcus,
Thanks for the advise. I am sorry to reply lately. So you want me to
reinstall the GNU Radio again to recover the original files? If so, then
I
might be able to do it because there is a new version of GNU Radio 3.7.8
to
remove that error.

Thanks,
Dave

Hi Rama, or Dave,

first of all, can we stick with one name? I personally find Rama is a
good name, but Dave is fine with me, too. However, you’re having the
exact same problem as Ravi, who is also using multiple names. This is
really hard to follow.

then: I think reinstallation is the cleanest approach. I, by the way,
don’t think there’s actually a bug in 3.7.7, I suspect that you, by
accident, broke the scripts during your modifications.

Best regards,
Marcus

I guess I would like to be preferred as Dave. Regarding the problem,
I’ll
follow your advise and approach if any further problems are encountered.

Thanks,
Dave

Hey Marcus,
For reinstalling, I guess I need to first do an uninstall for GNU RADIO
right? Do I need to type in sudo- remove? Please help.

Thanks,
Dave

Hi Dave,

I don’t know how you installed, what OS / distro you are using etc.
This is your computer, I can’t really tell or teach you how to
administrate it.

Best regards,
Marcus

I built UHD manually by using the command ‘cmake’ and make install in
the
UHD build directory. Do you kindly need any other information on that
which
I could provide with? It could be of help.

Thanks,
Dave

I am sorry for asking so many times. I have tried make uninstall but
shows
this

make: *** No rule to make target ‘uninstall’. Stop.

Please advise what I can do. I am performing it newly.

Thanks,
Dave

You need to do it from the same, unmodified directory where you did
“make install” last. If you deleted that, the information which files
have to be uninstalled are lost. You can only hope for the best and
install over without deinstallation first.

Best regards,
Marcus

then

make uninstall

will be the right thing to uninstall GNU Radio.

Best regards,
Marcus

Thanks for the reply. It’s /gnuradio/build directory from which I need
to
uninstall.

Thanks,
Dave

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