I was using the computer of my university lab and I noticed it didn’t
have the lattest version of GNU Radio. It had gnuradio 3.3.0 installed.
Then I downloaded the build-gnuradio script from gnuradio.org/ and then
I got an error when I try to use GRC:
RuntimeError: Please update the firmware and FPGA images for your
See the application notes for USRP2/N-series for instructions.
Expected FPGA compatibility number 9, but got 7:
The FPGA build is not compatible with the host code build.
Then I searched on the internet and a possible explanation is the fact I
have multiple installations of gnuradio. So I should uninstall them.
However, there are gnuradio projects already done in this computer that
work with the oldest version. They still use autotools, so I don’t know
if by removing the oldest version from the computer they will stop
Also, I would like to know how to uninstall gnuradio.
Isn’t there a way to work with multiple versions on the same computer?
I have a USRP2, and my Ubuntu version is 10.10
I have to have this problem solved by monday so I am pretty desperate.
Any support would be appreciated.