Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from Companion

Hi everyone,

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org, and it operates
normally. The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI
Widgets, I can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA
Compass. Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also
installed WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.

Any ideas?

Thank you,
Nikos

Hi Nikos

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org
ah, ok, I presume that means you used Marcus L.'s build-gnuradio
script.
The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI Widgets, I
can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA Compass.
As you’ve already found out, this probably means that some dependencies
were missing.
In fact, of the three you list, only the static text widget is part of
GNU Radio itself, so what you’re seeing is possibly remains of an older
installation. Are you sure you don’t have any gnuradio package from your
linux distribution installed?
Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also installed
WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.
Did you re-build GNU Radio after that? Otherwise, the GUI blocks could
not have been built, and installed.

Most probably, the log file that was generated during your GNU Radio
compilation contains more information; it’s called CMakeOutput.log and
should be in /gnuradio/build/CMakeFiles/

Also, the output of “gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” would
be interesting.

Greetings,
Marcus


Hi Marcus,

it’s probably remains from an older installation attempt I had made
(using Pybombs), which failed. After that I used that script and it
worked like a charm. So if I would just do a “./build-gnuradio” from my
installation directory in order to build again, it would probably work,
right?

Thanks for your help,
Nikos

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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion

Hi Nikos

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org
ah, ok, I presume that means you used Marcus L.'s build-gnuradio
script.
The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI Widgets, I
can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA Compass.
As you’ve already found out, this probably means that some dependencies
were missing.
In fact, of the three you list, only the static text widget is part of
GNU Radio itself, so what you’re seeing is possibly remains of an older
installation. Are you sure you don’t have any gnuradio package from your
linux distribution installed?
Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also installed
WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.
Did you re-build GNU Radio after that? Otherwise, the GUI blocks could
not have been built, and installed.

Most probably, the log file that was generated during your GNU Radio
compilation contains more information; it’s called CMakeOutput.log and
should be in /gnuradio/build/CMakeFiles/

Also, the output of “gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” would
be interesting.

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 02:03 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
Hi everyone,

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org, and it operates
normally. The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI
Widgets, I can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA
Compass. Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also
installed WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.

Any ideas?

Thank you,
Nikos

Hi eveyone again,

as an update to the issue I was facing, I re-built GNU Radio, just as
Marcus suggested, but I still can’t see the WX GUI Widgets in the
Companion.

I can see the gr-wxgui folder in my gnuradio tree, but apparantly it is
still not built along with the rest of the project, and I don’t know
what to do to make it work.

Thank you all,
Nikos


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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion


Hi Marcus,

it’s probably remains from an older installation attempt I had made
(using Pybombs), which failed. After that I used that script and it
worked like a charm. So if I would just do a “./build-gnuradio” from my
installation directory in order to build again, it would probably work,
right?

Thanks for your help,
Nikos

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Sent: Saturday, March 14, 2015 2:45 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion

Hi Nikos

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org
ah, ok, I presume that means you used Marcus L.'s build-gnuradio
script.
The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI Widgets, I
can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA Compass.
As you’ve already found out, this probably means that some dependencies
were missing.
In fact, of the three you list, only the static text widget is part of
GNU Radio itself, so what you’re seeing is possibly remains of an older
installation. Are you sure you don’t have any gnuradio package from your
linux distribution installed?
Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also installed
WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.
Did you re-build GNU Radio after that? Otherwise, the GUI blocks could
not have been built, and installed.

Most probably, the log file that was generated during your GNU Radio
compilation contains more information; it’s called CMakeOutput.log and
should be in /gnuradio/build/CMakeFiles/

Also, the output of “gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” would
be interesting.

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 02:03 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
Hi everyone,

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org, and it operates
normally. The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI
Widgets, I can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA
Compass. Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also
installed WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.

Any ideas?

Thank you,
Nikos

Do you have the diagnostics I asked you for?

Most probably, the log file that was generated during your GNU Radio
compilation contains more information; it’s called CMakeOutput.log and
should be in /gnuradio/build/CMakeFiles/

Also, the output of “gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components”
would be i

Greetings,
Marcus

Ah, ok; my mistake; the “–enabled-components” option was just added
recently; getting your GNU Radio version would be nice, nevertheless, so
could you run “gnuradio-config-info -v” ?
The CMakeOutput.log contained less info than I hoped; you should have a
look into /home/nikos/gnuradio/build/CMakeCache.txt. That will contain
the information about installed libraries and available GNU Radio
components. The line you’re looking for starts with ENABLE_GR_WXGUI.

I think the easiest way to go from here is to cd into
/home/nikos/gnuradio/build. You will see CMake go through all the GNU
Radio in-tree modules, and test for the dependencies of each of them.
Look for the paragraph related to the gr-wxgui component. Most probably,
it will tell you what is missing.

Can you also share your Linux distro and version with us (as per
/etc/issue)?

The point is that as far as I can guess, build-gnuradio wasn’t able to
automatically install all necessary libraries. For most systems, it can,
but some are just unknown to it or have seen modifications, so that
auto-installation is bound to fail.

Greetings,
Marcus

“gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” results in an
unrecognized option error for --enabled-components. I have attached the
log you asked me for.

Thank you,

Nikos


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Sent: Saturday, March 14, 2015 9:01 PM
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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion

Do you have the diagnostics I asked you for?

Most probably, the log file that was generated during your GNU Radio
compilation contains more information; it’s called CMakeOutput.log and
should be in /gnuradio/build/CMakeFiles/

Also, the output of “gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” would
be i

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 08:38 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
Hi eveyone again,

as an update to the issue I was facing, I re-built GNU Radio, just as
Marcus suggested, but I still can’t see the WX GUI Widgets in the
Companion.

I can see the gr-wxgui folder in my gnuradio tree, but apparantly it is
still not built along with the rest of the project, and I don’t know
what to do to make it work.

Thank you all,
Nikos


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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion


Hi Marcus,

it’s probably remains from an older installation attempt I had made
(using Pybombs), which failed. After that I used that script and it
worked like a charm. So if I would just do a “./build-gnuradio” from my
installation directory in order to build again, it would probably work,
right?

Thanks for your help,
Nikos

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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion

Hi Nikos

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org
ah, ok, I presume that means you used Marcus L.'s build-gnuradio
script.
The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI Widgets, I
can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA Compass.
As you’ve already found out, this probably means that some dependencies
were missing.
In fact, of the three you list, only the static text widget is part of
GNU Radio itself, so what you’re seeing is possibly remains of an older
installation. Are you sure you don’t have any gnuradio package from your
linux distribution installed?
Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also installed
WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.
Did you re-build GNU Radio after that? Otherwise, the GUI blocks could
not have been built, and installed.

Most probably, the log file that was generated during your GNU Radio
compilation contains more information; it’s called CMakeOutput.log and
should be in /gnuradio/build/CMakeFiles/

Also, the output of “gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” would
be interesting.

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 02:03 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
Hi everyone,

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org, and it operates
normally. The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI
Widgets, I can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA
Compass. Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also
installed WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.

Any ideas?

Thank you,
Nikos


Discuss-gnuradio mailing list
[email protected]mailto:[email protected]
https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss-gnuradio

But how can I enable it?
I don’t know, that’s why I’d like to recommend running cmake yourself:
cd /home/nikos/gnuradio/build
cmake …

Then look for the gr-wxgui paragraph.

My GNU Radio version is 3.7.6.1 and my system runs Ubuntu release
14.04.2 LTS.

I chekced the file you asked me for and the line in question is:
“ENABLE_GR_WXGUI_cached:INTERNAL=OFF”, so just as it was guessed it is
disabled. But how can I enable it?

Thank you again,
Nikos


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Sent: Sunday, March 15, 2015 1:46 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion

Ah, ok; my mistake; the “–enabled-components” option was just added
recently; getting your GNU Radio version would be nice, nevertheless, so
could you run “gnuradio-config-info -v” ?
The CMakeOutput.log contained less info than I hoped; you should have a
look into /home/nikos/gnuradio/build/CMakeCache.txt. That will contain
the information about installed libraries and available GNU Radio
components. The line you’re looking for starts with ENABLE_GR_WXGUI.

I think the easiest way to go from here is to cd into
/home/nikos/gnuradio/build. You will see CMake go through all the GNU
Radio in-tree modules, and test for the dependencies of each of them.
Look for the paragraph related to the gr-wxgui component. Most probably,
it will tell you what is missing.

Can you also share your Linux distro and version with us (as per
/etc/issue)?

The point is that as far as I can guess, build-gnuradio wasn’t able to
automatically install all necessary libraries. For most systems, it can,
but some are just unknown to it or have seen modifications, so that
auto-installation is bound to fail.

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 09:34 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:

“gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” results in an
unrecognized option error for --enabled-components. I have attached the
log you asked me for.

Thank you,

Nikos


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To: [email protected]mailto:[email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion

Do you have the diagnostics I asked you for?

Most probably, the log file that was generated during your GNU Radio
compilation contains more information; it’s called CMakeOutput.log and
should be in /gnuradio/build/CMakeFiles/

Also, the output of “gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” would
be i

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 08:38 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
Hi eveyone again,

as an update to the issue I was facing, I re-built GNU Radio, just as
Marcus suggested, but I still can’t see the WX GUI Widgets in the
Companion.

I can see the gr-wxgui folder in my gnuradio tree, but apparantly it is
still not built along with the rest of the project, and I don’t know
what to do to make it work.

Thank you all,
Nikos


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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion


Hi Marcus,

it’s probably remains from an older installation attempt I had made
(using Pybombs), which failed. After that I used that script and it
worked like a charm. So if I would just do a “./build-gnuradio” from my
installation directory in order to build again, it would probably work,
right?

Thanks for your help,
Nikos

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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion

Hi Nikos

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org
ah, ok, I presume that means you used Marcus L.'s build-gnuradio
script.
The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI Widgets, I
can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA Compass.
As you’ve already found out, this probably means that some dependencies
were missing.
In fact, of the three you list, only the static text widget is part of
GNU Radio itself, so what you’re seeing is possibly remains of an older
installation. Are you sure you don’t have any gnuradio package from your
linux distribution installed?
Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also installed
WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.
Did you re-build GNU Radio after that? Otherwise, the GUI blocks could
not have been built, and installed.

Most probably, the log file that was generated during your GNU Radio
compilation contains more information; it’s called CMakeOutput.log and
should be in /gnuradio/build/CMakeFiles/

Also, the output of “gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” would
be interesting.

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 02:03 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
Hi everyone,

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org, and it operates
normally. The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI
Widgets, I can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA
Compass. Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also
installed WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.

Any ideas?

Thank you,
Nikos


Discuss-gnuradio mailing list
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https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss-gnuradio


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Nice! Now, running

make -j<number of cpu cores + 1>
sudo make install

in that same directory should install GNU Radio with gr-wxgui.

Greetings,
Marcus

Apparently module libzmq was missing, so I installed it. Now the
relevant paragraph when I am running cmake is:

Configuring gr-wxgui support…
– Dependency ENABLE_GNURADIO_RUNTIME = ON
– Dependency ENABLE_GR_FFT = ON
– Dependency ENABLE_GR_FILTER = ON
– Dependency ENABLE_GR_ANALOG = ON
– Dependency ENABLE_PYTHON = ON
– Dependency NUMPY_FOUND = TRUE
– Dependency WX_FOUND = TRUE
– Enabling gr-wxgui support.
– Override with -DENABLE_GR_WXGUI=ON/OFF
– checking for module ‘libzmq’
– found libzmq, version 2.2.0
– Found ZEROMQ: /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libzmq.so

which probably means it would be ok, but I can’t see the WX GUI
components yet.
Should I re-build GNU Radio?


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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion

But how can I enable it?
I don’t know, that’s why I’d like to recommend running cmake yourself:
cd /home/nikos/gnuradio/build
cmake …

Then look for the gr-wxgui paragraph.

On 03/15/2015 03:19 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
My GNU Radio version is 3.7.6.1 and my system runs Ubuntu release
14.04.2 LTS.

I chekced the file you asked me for and the line in question is:
“ENABLE_GR_WXGUI_cached:INTERNAL=OFF”, so just as it was guessed it is
disabled. But how can I enable it?

Thank you again,
Nikos


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Sent: Sunday, March 15, 2015 1:46 PM
To: [email protected]mailto:[email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion

Ah, ok; my mistake; the “–enabled-components” option was just added
recently; getting your GNU Radio version would be nice, nevertheless, so
could you run “gnuradio-config-info -v” ?
The CMakeOutput.log contained less info than I hoped; you should have a
look into /home/nikos/gnuradio/build/CMakeCache.txt. That will contain
the information about installed libraries and available GNU Radio
components. The line you’re looking for starts with ENABLE_GR_WXGUI.

I think the easiest way to go from here is to cd into
/home/nikos/gnuradio/build. You will see CMake go through all the GNU
Radio in-tree modules, and test for the dependencies of each of them.
Look for the paragraph related to the gr-wxgui component. Most probably,
it will tell you what is missing.

Can you also share your Linux distro and version with us (as per
/etc/issue)?

The point is that as far as I can guess, build-gnuradio wasn’t able to
automatically install all necessary libraries. For most systems, it can,
but some are just unknown to it or have seen modifications, so that
auto-installation is bound to fail.

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 09:34 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:

“gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” results in an
unrecognized option error for --enabled-components. I have attached the
log you asked me for.

Thank you,

Nikos


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To: [email protected]mailto:[email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion

Do you have the diagnostics I asked you for?

Most probably, the log file that was generated during your GNU Radio
compilation contains more information; it’s called CMakeOutput.log and
should be in /gnuradio/build/CMakeFiles/

Also, the output of “gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” would
be i

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 08:38 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
Hi eveyone again,

as an update to the issue I was facing, I re-built GNU Radio, just as
Marcus suggested, but I still can’t see the WX GUI Widgets in the
Companion.

I can see the gr-wxgui folder in my gnuradio tree, but apparantly it is
still not built along with the rest of the project, and I don’t know
what to do to make it work.

Thank you all,
Nikos


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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion


Hi Marcus,

it’s probably remains from an older installation attempt I had made
(using Pybombs), which failed. After that I used that script and it
worked like a charm. So if I would just do a “./build-gnuradio” from my
installation directory in order to build again, it would probably work,
right?

Thanks for your help,
Nikos

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To: [email protected]mailto:[email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Majority of WX GUI Widgets missing from
Companion

Hi Nikos

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org
ah, ok, I presume that means you used Marcus L.'s build-gnuradio
script.
The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI Widgets, I
can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA Compass.
As you’ve already found out, this probably means that some dependencies
were missing.
In fact, of the three you list, only the static text widget is part of
GNU Radio itself, so what you’re seeing is possibly remains of an older
installation. Are you sure you don’t have any gnuradio package from your
linux distribution installed?
Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also installed
WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.
Did you re-build GNU Radio after that? Otherwise, the GUI blocks could
not have been built, and installed.

Most probably, the log file that was generated during your GNU Radio
compilation contains more information; it’s called CMakeOutput.log and
should be in /gnuradio/build/CMakeFiles/

Also, the output of “gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” would
be interesting.

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 02:03 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
Hi everyone,

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org, and it operates
normally. The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI
Widgets, I can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA
Compass. Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also
installed WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.

Any ideas?

Thank you,
Nikos


Discuss-gnuradio mailing list
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On Sun, Mar 15, 2015 at 11:10 AM, Marcus Müller
[email protected]
wrote:

On 03/15/2015 03:53 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
– Dependency NUMPY_FOUND = TRUE

And just for the record, ZeroMQ has /nothing/ to do with WXGUI. Whatever
dependency was missing before has apparently been fixed – perhaps
installing libzmq also pulled in the right deps by coincidence, but it’s
not libzmq itself that you needed. That line “Found ZEROMQ…” is for
the
gr-zeromq component that would be tested next by cmake, not for the
gr-wxgui component.

But the good news is that it’s enabling gr-wxgui support, so you’re ok.

Tom

On 03/15/2015 11:21 AM, Tom R. wrote:

Tom

It would be good to understand what is now missing, since the Ubuntu
14.04 recipe in build-gnuradio used to work just fine, and now,
apparently,
doesn’t.

I rebuilt and now it works as expected, and I can use the WX GUI
Widgets, so I can confirm that these steps actually solve the problem
and the issue was indeed that dependancy.

Thanks for all your help,
Nikos


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Apparently module libzmq was missing, so I installed it. Now the
relevant paragraph when I am running cmake is:

Configuring gr-wxgui support…
– Dependency ENABLE_GNURADIO_RUNTIME = ON
– Dependency ENABLE_GR_FFT = ON
– Dependency ENABLE_GR_FILTER = ON
– Dependency ENABLE_GR_ANALOG = ON
– Dependency ENABLE_PYTHON = ON
– Dependency NUMPY_FOUND = TRUE
– Dependency WX_FOUND = TRUE
– Enabling gr-wxgui support.
– Override with -DENABLE_GR_WXGUI=ON/OFF
– checking for module ‘libzmq’
– found libzmq, version 2.2.0
– Found ZEROMQ: /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libzmq.so

which probably means it would be ok, but I can’t see the WX GUI
components yet.
Should I re-build GNU Radio?


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But how can I enable it?
I don’t know, that’s why I’d like to recommend running cmake yourself:
cd /home/nikos/gnuradio/build
cmake …

Then look for the gr-wxgui paragraph.

On 03/15/2015 03:19 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
My GNU Radio version is 3.7.6.1 and my system runs Ubuntu release
14.04.2 LTS.

I chekced the file you asked me for and the line in question is:
“ENABLE_GR_WXGUI_cached:INTERNAL=OFF”, so just as it was guessed it is
disabled. But how can I enable it?

Thank you again,
Nikos


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Ah, ok; my mistake; the “–enabled-components” option was just added
recently; getting your GNU Radio version would be nice, nevertheless, so
could you run “gnuradio-config-info -v” ?
The CMakeOutput.log contained less info than I hoped; you should have a
look into /home/nikos/gnuradio/build/CMakeCache.txt. That will contain
the information about installed libraries and available GNU Radio
components. The line you’re looking for starts with ENABLE_GR_WXGUI.

I think the easiest way to go from here is to cd into
/home/nikos/gnuradio/build. You will see CMake go through all the GNU
Radio in-tree modules, and test for the dependencies of each of them.
Look for the paragraph related to the gr-wxgui component. Most probably,
it will tell you what is missing.

Can you also share your Linux distro and version with us (as per
/etc/issue)?

The point is that as far as I can guess, build-gnuradio wasn’t able to
automatically install all necessary libraries. For most systems, it can,
but some are just unknown to it or have seen modifications, so that
auto-installation is bound to fail.

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 09:34 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:

“gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” results in an
unrecognized option error for --enabled-components. I have attached the
log you asked me for.

Thank you,

Nikos


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Do you have the diagnostics I asked you for?

Most probably, the log file that was generated during your GNU Radio
compilation contains more information; it’s called CMakeOutput.log and
should be in /gnuradio/build/CMakeFiles/

Also, the output of “gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” would
be i

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 08:38 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
Hi eveyone again,

as an update to the issue I was facing, I re-built GNU Radio, just as
Marcus suggested, but I still can’t see the WX GUI Widgets in the
Companion.

I can see the gr-wxgui folder in my gnuradio tree, but apparantly it is
still not built along with the rest of the project, and I don’t know
what to do to make it work.

Thank you all,
Nikos


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Hi Marcus,

it’s probably remains from an older installation attempt I had made
(using Pybombs), which failed. After that I used that script and it
worked like a charm. So if I would just do a “./build-gnuradio” from my
installation directory in order to build again, it would probably work,
right?

Thanks for your help,
Nikos

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Companion

Hi Nikos

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org
ah, ok, I presume that means you used Marcus L.'s build-gnuradio
script.
The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI Widgets, I
can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA Compass.
As you’ve already found out, this probably means that some dependencies
were missing.
In fact, of the three you list, only the static text widget is part of
GNU Radio itself, so what you’re seeing is possibly remains of an older
installation. Are you sure you don’t have any gnuradio package from your
linux distribution installed?
Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also installed
WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.
Did you re-build GNU Radio after that? Otherwise, the GUI blocks could
not have been built, and installed.

Most probably, the log file that was generated during your GNU Radio
compilation contains more information; it’s called CMakeOutput.log and
should be in /gnuradio/build/CMakeFiles/

Also, the output of “gnuradio-config-info -v --enabled-components” would
be interesting.

Greetings,
Marcus

On 03/14/2015 02:03 PM, NIKOS BIZANIS wrote:
Hi everyone,

I downloaded and built GNU Radio from sbrac.org, and it operates
normally. The only problem is that when I am searching for any WX GUI
Widgets, I can only see WX GUI Static Text, WX GUI Time Panel and WX DOA
Compass. Based on a previous discussion on that mailing list I also
installed WXPython (2.8) but the problem remains.

Any ideas?

Thank you,
Nikos


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