Problem installing gnuradio on beagle

Hi,

I got the bitbake image for gnuradio. When I tried to ipkg install it
into
beagle which has the base-image of Angstrom installed, I am getting the
following error:

[email protected]:~# ipkg install
gnuradio_3.1.3-r3.1_armv7a.ipk
Installing gnuradio (3.1.3-r3.1) to
root…
Nothing to be
done

An error ocurred, return value:
1.
Collected
errors:

ERROR: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for
gnuradio:
python-core python-audio python-threading python-codecs
python-lang
python-textutils python-shel)
[email protected]:~#

In the openembedded recipes, I don’t see any recipe for python-core,
python-audio, etc… How can I get this dependencies to work right?

Thanks for all your help.

Woody

Hi,

I first do a bitbake base-image, and then I put the uImage and the bz to
beagleboard.

Then, I do bitbake gnuradio and then copy all the relevant .ipk files to
the
beagleboard.

The beagleboard is not connected to the network. I just copied the file
to
the SD cards directly.

I do see a bunch of python-.ipk files in the /tmp dir. Should I be
copying those python-
.ipk to beaglebaord and then run “ipk install” for
each python ipk?

Thanks,
Woody

Woody D. wrote:

Hi,

I first do a bitbake base-image, and then I put the uImage and the bz to
beagleboard.

Then, I do bitbake gnuradio and then copy all the relevant .ipk files to the
beagleboard.

Try building console-image and set:

ANGSTROM_EXTRA_INSTALL = " oprofile screen gnuradio gnuradio-usrp
gnuradio-examples ntp ntp-bin make python-shell python-numpy
python-pickle python-compiler ython-lang python-pkgutil python-pydoc
python-mmap python-netclient python-unittest python-difflib
python-pprint"

in your local.conf file. (Yes, I should make sure the package
dependencies are correct)

This will install gnuradio into the image.

The beagleboard is not connected to the network. I just copied the file to
the SD cards directly.

I do see a bunch of python-.ipk files in the /tmp dir. Should I be
copying those python-
.ipk to beaglebaord and then run “ipk install” for
each python ipk?

That should also work. Chances are they will have additional
dependencies :slight_smile:

Also, are you building from the stable or dev branch? The dev branch has
a 3.2 recipe in it that is the best one to use now. (Once I see some
stuff work, we’ll move it to stable)

Philip