Another newbe question

Hi all

I thought I had figured out how to in stall GNU RADIO but?

(I’m using Ubuntu 9.04)

Following the “Build Guide” and using the terminal and cd’ing to the
correct
directory, I installed GNU Radio release 3.2 by doing the following:

$ ./bootstrap
$ ./configure
$ make
$ make check
$ sudo make install

This probably took around 20 minutes and everything appears to be
installed
and checked out correctly.

The “Build Guide” doesn’t state what the next step is. I can’t find any
applicable GNU radio program to open.

What next? Where do I find GNU Radio and get it up and running?

I have come to a dead end and can’t figure out what to do next. I guess
my
65 year old brain is loosing its gray matter.

Thanks for the help.

Steve

Hello Steve,

Take a look directory gnuradio-examples/python and gr-utils/src/python.
You should find there python programs that you can run. They all use GNU
Radio blocks for doing things.

You can also try running grc command. This is GUI that you can use to
create flowgraphs.

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