Cygwin build success

Just to let you know that, having worked around the python & portaudio
problems, I seem to have a working Cygwin build. I don’t have a USRP,
so that rules out most of the samples, but the audio samples all work
correctly, including oscope/fft. This includes using portaudio for the
spectrum inversion samples.

I’ve had a quick hack at some of the python scripts to add some noddy
parameters, etc… All looking fine. Now for the real fun…

Thanks for the work you’ve all put into GnuRadio - I think working with
it will be fun & very informative.

Andrew

Francesco,

Will you so kind to “publish” your “cooking recipe” ( "help yourself
and others ") ?

I assume it’s the installation hacks that you want to know about? If
you read my previous two posts “Cygwin build problem: *”, that - along
with the Cygwin instructions on the wiki - should give you everything
you need to know. If you’ve got a specific problem or question then
feel free to ask.

In terms of publishing what I did, I was going to put my workarounds on
the wiki, but I don’t have an account, and I don’t think I can make any
modifications without one.

Andrew

On 10/10/07, Andrew R. [email protected] wrote:

In terms of publishing what I did, I was going to put my workarounds on the
wiki, but I don’t have an account, and I don’t think I can make any
modifications without one.

It hasn’t been mentioned in a while, but guest/gnuradio should work
for a valid login/password on the wiki.

Modify away.

Brian

Thanks Brian.

Updates made.

Andrew

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