GNU Radio and Mac OS X

As of Oct 19, the latest GIT master of GNU Radio should be compatible
with Mac OS X 10.4, 10.5, and 10.6, 32- or 64-bit compiling &
execution (as allowed by the platform and XCode version), PPC or Intel
– with the sole exception that the GUIs may not work under 64-bit
mode (on any version of OS X, not just 10.6). Might be tricky getting
the various background libraries and such installed on 10.4, but it
should be doable.

If you’re using MacPorts to install GNU Radio (e.g., “sudo port
install gnuradio”), it currently installs version 3.2.0, and the USRP
component won’t work because libusb 0.1.12 was renamed to ‘libusb-
legacy’ – the GIT master checks for this now & works correctly.
Other than that I think at least on 32-bit 10.4, 10.5, and 10.6 this
way of installing GNU Radio (except QtGUI, but that’s for another day)
should work “out of the box” with the latest MacPorts.

If you’re an OSX user of GNU Radio, please do test out the latest GIT
master for yourself to verify that it (still) works; and if not, we’ll
work on fixing whatever issues come up if you let the list know. - MLD

With the GIT version of Gnuradio, after,./bootstrap./configure (with or
without options),
I have this error:“config.status: error: cannot find input file:

Maybe this error take this source in the “.gitignore” files, I don’t
know, but all the “” in the [gruel] folder seems to be need
for ./configure.
Any Ideas?


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are more then 10 left for sale. We plan to finish production at
GnuRadio community and will best fit its needs. Unit with open source

levels are CMOS. This means that you can tune your clock precisely
possible to fulfill community need in flexible clock source.
outputs, (b) 6 LVPECL (or CMOS) outputs, (c) 6 LVDS outputs.
precisely, but you’ll be able to generate, e.g. 13MHz, 26MHz and 62MHz
out jitter, generated by it. We don’t plan to develop this software at
but we think they will. :slight_smile:

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time, will I be able to use it as a transmitter? For ex, say the board

Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] Problem new Signal Processing Block
Unidade Acadêmica de Engenharia Elétrica
Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2009 07:54:37 -0300
processing block, after that I search in previous messages in the

/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.3.2/…/…/…/crtn.o -pthread
make[3]: Entering directory /home/datalink/hydra/gr-hydra/src/python' make[4]: Nothing to be done for all’.
make[4]: Entering directory /home/datalink/hydra/gr-hydra/src/python/mac' make[3]: Entering directory /home/datalink/hydra/gr-hydra/src’

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install gnuradio"), it currently installs version 3.2.0, and the USRP

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25 units. We’ll reserve 5 of them for our own use and testing of
for only $100 or 66EUR (without shipping). We kindly invite everyone


Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Re: New external clock board for USRP

from Connor Winfield [1], National Semiconductor LMX2531 VCO+PLL [2]
Awesome! Â I don’t think I’ll be able to swing 26C3, though.

with no external connections.
12) 1pps external signal may be used to tame the clock to external

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