CMAKE GNU Radio 3.7.4 - gr-zeromq disabled

Hello,
i want to configure my GNUradio 3.7.4 by using this command
cd /usr/local/src
tar -zxf gnuradio-3.7.4.tar.gz
cd gnuradio-3.7.4
mkdir build
cd build
cmake -DENABLE_BAD_BOOST=ON …/
make
make test
make install
ldconfig
i’ve run this command cmake -DENABLE_BAD_BOOST=ON …/
when i run make test it shows
Configuring gr-wxgui support…
– Dependency ENABLE_GNURADIO_RUNTIME = ON
– Dependency ENABLE_GR_FFT = ON
– Dependency ENABLE_GR_FILTER = ON
– Dependency ENABLE_GR_ANALOG = ON
– Dependency ENABLE_PYTHON = ON
– Dependency NUMPY_FOUND = TRUE
– Dependency WX_FOUND = TRUE
– Enabling gr-wxgui support.
– Override with -DENABLE_GR_WXGUI=ON/OFF
– Could NOT find ZEROMQ (missing: ZEROMQ_INCLUDE_DIRS)

– Configuring gr-zeromq support…
– Dependency Boost_FOUND = TRUE
– Dependency ENABLE_GNURADIO_RUNTIME = ON
– Dependency ZEROMQ_FOUND = FALSE
– Disabling gr-zeromq support.
– Override with -DENABLE_GR_ZEROMQ=ON/OFF

– ######################################################
– # Gnuradio enabled components
– ######################################################
– * python-support
– * testing-support
– * volk
– * doxygen
– * gnuradio-runtime
– * gr-blocks
– * gnuradio-companion
– * gr-fec
– * gr-fft
– * gr-filter
– * gr-analog
– * gr-digital
– * gr-atsc
– * gr-audio
– * gr-channels
– * gr-noaa
– * gr-pager
– * gr-qtgui
– * gr-trellis
– * gr-uhd
– * gr-utils
– * gr-video-sdl
– * gr-vocoder
– * gr-fcd
– * gr-wavelet
– * gr-wxgui

– ######################################################
– # Gnuradio disabled components
– ######################################################
– * sphinx
– * gr-ctrlport
– * gr-comedi
– * gr-zeromq

– Using install prefix: /usr/local
– Building for version: 3.7.4 / 3.7.4
– Configuring done
– Generating done

I use ubuntu 12.04 LTS 32 bit
to run openbts 4.0, is gr-zeromq must be enable?
if yes,
what should i do to make my gr-zeromq enable?

Thanks,
Zai

Hi Ahmad,

to run OpenBTS, you don’t need GNU Radio at all.
If you’re actually wanting to compile GNU Radio with zeroMQ support, I
suggest you move away from a three years old, two years obsolete version
of Ubuntu.

Best regards,
Marcus M??ller

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