GR-UHD detected ABI compatibility mismatch with UHD library

Hi All,

After installing UHD and GNU Radio, when I execute any flowgraph using
the
USRP, I find this error:

*RuntimeError: *
GR-UHD detected ABI compatibility mismatch with UHD library.
GR-UHD was build against ABI: 3.4.0-3,
but UHD library reports ABI: 3.6.0-1
Suggestion: install an ABI compatible version of UHD,
or rebuild GR-UHD component against this ABI version.

I am aware that the problem is coming from the incompatibility of the
UHD
version required in GNU Radio installation with the UHD version
installed.

What should I do to fix it?

Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

Regards,
Azza

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Hi Azza!

How did you install UHD and GNU Radio, and what is your Device?
Basically, your GNU Radio seems to be built against an UHD version
that is older than the one you have installed.
The best way to solve this issue is usually

  1. Making sure to fully uninstall GNU Radio and uhd; make sure that
    none of the uhd files remain
  2. install it using pyBOMBS; this should take care of installing the
    right UHD version; however, it can’t fix awkwardly-half-installed
    library version :wink:

Greetings,
Marcus

On 12.03.2014 19:23, Azza Ben Mosbah wrote:

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