GNU Radio Live SDR Environment 3.7.3 released


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I notice “amd64” in the torrent file name.
I suppose this will not work on an Intel Core 2 Duo machine…

I am pretty sure it just refers to the instruction set which is
compatible
with x86.

On Tuesday, March 18, 2014, Martin B. [email protected] wrote:

Just adding to that… amd64 == x86_64 (as far as I know). It’s just
called
that because AMD64 because AMD designed the 64-bit extension. Whatever
you
call it depends on who’s marketing team got to you first :wink:

On 03/18/2014 09:31 PM, David McQuate wrote:

I notice “amd64” in the torrent file name.
I suppose this will not work on an Intel Core 2 Duo machine…

Core 2 Duo can do 64 bits, so you’re good.

Martin

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The cause why that image is called amd64 is that it follows Ubuntu’s
naming scheme which uses “amd64” for images for the 64bit x86
architecture and “i386” for the 32bit, now
on-almost-any-machine-obsolete address size architecture (actually,
both names are misleading… Ubuntu 13.10 amd64 runs on any x86
processor with the 64bit instruction set, being produced by AMD, Intel
or even VIA, and Ubuntu 13.10 i386 will not run on a 386, even if it
had enough memory; it needs the features of the i686 generation).

Greetings,
Marcus

On 18.03.2014 21:09, West, Nathan wrote:

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Hi!

I Installed GNU Radio live on a usb stick and I was changing some
aspects of its configuration.
I like to delete some entries of the boot menu (is to use with my
students at class and I don’t one anyone to use “install ubuntu”) and i
broke grub2. Now the usb stick does not boot.

I know hot to fix a normal grub2 installation, but as it is a grub2 on a
casper filesystem I don’t know how to fix it. Any help please?

regards

AMD, Intel, and VIA all support amd64. Intel’s failed 64-bit effort was
the
Itanium (IA-64).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86-64
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itanium

-R C

On Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 12:41 AM, Fernando P. [email protected]
wrote:

I Installed GNU Radio live on a usb stick and I was changing some
aspects of its configuration.

​What are you using to create the USB drive?​

I know hot to fix a normal grub2 installation, but as it is a grub2 on a

casper filesystem I don’t know how to fix it. Any help please?

​I expect you’ll find it easiest to start over from scratch.

For reference, when we create the live USB drives for our classes​, we
use
Unetbootin, then replace the installed syslinux and grub configuration
files with these:

https://github.com/gnuradio/gnuradio-livesdr/blob/livesdr-snapshot/custom/grub/syslinux.cfg
https://github.com/gnuradio/gnuradio-livesdr/blob/livesdr-snapshot/custom/grub/grub.cfg

These have the extraneous menu options removed and allow the user to
choose
between persistent and non-persistent modes. The syslinux.cfg controls
the
boot options when booting in legacy BIOS mode, and the grub.cfg controls
the boot options in UEFI boot mode.


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