How do I run gr-scan?

I downloaded this program that someone made hoping that it will help me
but
I don’t know how to run it. It’s on my computer but it doesn’t have a py
file. What should I do?

Dear Ashraf,

Google shows that there’s different things created by different people
that are called gr-scan; where did you download yours? Are you aware of
how to build out-of-tree modules?

Best regards,
Marcus

I guess it’s just “make” with that one, then. It has a makefile. Whether
that works really depends on your system – for whatever reason pinkavaj
decided not to use gr_modtoll and CMake, it made automatic finding of
libraries impossible.

Best regards,
Marcus

I tried that and it keeps giving me an error about <gr_top_block.h> is
not
a file or directory. Which is making me thin that I have the folder in
the
wrong place or they’re forgetting to add some files to the .tar

On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 10:13 AM, Marcus Müller
[email protected]

In that case, the module is not GNU Radio 3.7 compatible, since
gr_top_block.h is a 3.6 thing, although pinkavaj seems to indicate he
tried to port it to GNU Radio 3.7.
Maybe contact the author, or try a different OOT or build it yourself.
By the way, the module uses gr-osmosdr, which needs osmo-sdr, and that
already comes with exactly the functionality the author says this OOT
has – install osmo-sdr and run “osmocom_spectrum_sense”.

Best regards,
Marcus

Ok, so there isn’t much I can do with the files now. That program title
looks similiar to usrp_spectrum_sense, they probably do the the same
thing
then, right?
Thank you so much for helping me This really helped.

On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 10:33 AM, Marcus Müller
[email protected]

Maybe you’d just want to describe what you’re trying to achieve as
exactly as possible (in a new thread, to make following easier for
people not involved in our bilateral discussion), and we, as a community
might find a way to suggest something!

Best regards,
Marcus

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