On 27/05/14 15:21, Tom R. wrote:
? *some* of the "top" distributions "out there", but can't
re-build all that functionality from "bare metal".? Modern software
? above?? Well, the folks who write our Cmake files cannot, as a
Marcus mention, which then causes conflicts. Many of the installation
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Ubuntu supplies 3.7.2 for 14.04, Fedora 20 and openSUSE supply 3.7.3 but
I prefer to build my own.
I use SDR apps such as quisk, qsdr and ghpsdr3-alex which have quite a
number of dependencies that help to reduce the number needed by
gnuradio. I needed only about 4 to build the latest git on Fedora 20.
Once I have built those apps, especially ghpsdr3-alex which details a
number of pre-reqs to be installed, it makes light work of building
I use 3 cmake scripts, one for x86_64, one for Ubuntu x86_64 and one for
x86_64 openSUSE and Fedora which use /usr/lib64
Ubuntu x86_64 which uses /usr/lib
-DPYTHON_LIBRARY=/usr/lib/libpython2.7.so -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr .
ARM Ubuntu on Pandaboard, ODROID-X and Parallella-16.
-DENABLE_PYTHON=ON -DENABLE_VOLK=ON -DENABLE_GRC=ON …
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