Checksum error installing from 'port install gnuradio +all'


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Hi Michael,

there’s already a macports bug for that:
https://trac.macports.org/ticket/43445
and it seems that Michael D. (the GNU Radio Macports maintainer)
has proposed a solution.
Could you try that? (and maybe the port clean --all gnuradio; selfupate;
install gnuradio first)

Greetings,
Marcus

Hi Michael - I think this must be an oddity of the way MacPorts is doing
binary (distfiles or pre-compiled tarball) distribution. You can get
around the issue by manually downloading a valid distfile tarball into
the correct location – this is my work-around in the ticket Marcus
mentions. That said, if “gnuradio-devel” is working for you, then I’d
recommend using it since it contains a lot of fixes after the 3.7.3
release. If you do try the work-around, I’d love to get feedback on
if/how it works for you. - MLD

On May 25, 2014, at 2:52 AM, Marcus M. [email protected]
wrote:

there’s already a macports bug for that:
https://trac.macports.org/ticket/43445
and it seems that Michael D. (the GNU Radio Macports maintainer) has
proposed a solution.
Could you try that? (and maybe the port clean --all gnuradio; selfupate; install
gnuradio first)

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