Help req : gnuradio-core

Hi,I am new to gnuradio.I have installed gnuradio 3.2 on ubuntu 9.04
using the procedure mentioned in :
http://gnuradio.org/redmine/wiki/gnuradio/DebianPackages
I have successfully run benchmark_tx.py in digital folder. I was
installing octave as mentioned in
:http://gnuradio.org/redmine/wiki/gnuradio/Octave
But when i try to do
addpath("/home/sanam/gnuradio/gnuradio-core/src/utils/")
I have found out that in /home/sanam there is no gnuradio
folder.Secondly gnuradio-core folder is not present anywhere.I have been
trying to solve this issue for past few days.Please help me.
Thanks in advance.Regards,Sanam.

On 03/02/2010 01:05 AM, sanam singh wrote:

addpath("/home/sanam/gnuradio/gnuradio-core/src/utils/")

I have found out that in /home/sanam there is no gnuradio folder.
Secondly gnuradio-core folder is not present anywhere.
I have been trying to solve this issue for past few days.
Please help me.

From the Octave notes for Gnu Radio:

To use the GNU Radio octave scripts, you must add the path to your
Octave path variable. This is easily done using your local ~/.octaverc
configuration file. If you check out the GNU Radio trunk to
/home/username/gnuradio/, you can add the following to ~/.octaverc:

addpath("/home/username/gnuradio/gnuradio-core/src/utils/")

Note that it mentions “If you check out the Gnu Radio trunk”. Which you
haven’t done
if you installed from a “packaged” install.

Near as I can tell, the packaged installs don’t install the “utils”
files.

So, do a trunk source-code checkout into your home directory, and
everything should be fine:

git clone http://gnuradio.org/git/gnuradio.git

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 22:05, sanam singh [email protected]
wrote:

But when i try to do
addpath("/home/sanam/gnuradio/gnuradio-core/src/utils/")
I have found out that in /home/sanam there is no gnuradio folder.
Secondly gnuradio-core folder is not present anywhere.
I have been trying to solve this issue for past few days.

The .m files for use with Octave/Matlab are not part of the binary
installation. You can get them from the source pages on the website,
or download a release tarball and extract them from there.

(Debian/Ubuntu packaging gurus: is there a way to package Octave
scripts that deposit them in a known location for Octave to find?)

Johnathan

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