Re: reg: GNU RADIO BUILD PROBLEM

I have tried this with both the release 3.0 and the 3.0rc3 but get the
same message. Before I updated my cygwin package, I used the same
source and was able to build the GNUradio code fully without errors
(But the programs didnt work though!!).

Given the above two issues, it appears as though your Cygwin installation needs some correcting.

-Johnathan

Even I thought of the same thing and I have tried with cygwin packages
downloaded from almost four or five mirrors…From what you say,
the problem seems to be with cygwin package, but how do I rectify it??
Can you be more specific??

Thanks,
Shriram KV.

On Fri, 2006-11-03 at 00:06 +0530, [email protected] wrote:

Even I thought of the same thing and I have tried with cygwin packages
downloaded from almost four or five mirrors…From what you say,
the problem seems to be with cygwin package, but how do I rectify it??
Can you be more specific??

The first issue, with the automake version, can be addressed in the
Cygwin setup.exe program. It should be offering you version 1.9.6. If
it is not, the mirror you selected must be out of date.

Regarding the make issue, make sure the Cygwin setup.exe program is
listing 3.81 as installed. Check your $PATH variable to see if there is
some other make program on your system that might be getting invoked.


Johnathan C., AE6HO
Corgan Enterprises LLC
[email protected]

The first issue, with the automake version, can be addressed in the
Cygwin setup.exe program. It should be offering you version 1.9.6. If
it is not, the mirror you selected must be out of date.

I think Shriram had automake vesion 1.10, which is offered as the new
“current” version on the Cygwin mirror site that I use. Unless they
broke
something going to the new version, it should work. It sounds like the
version listings on the Cygwin web site may be trailing behind what is
as their mirrors.

Regarding the make issue, make sure the Cygwin setup.exe program is
listing 3.81 as installed. Check your $PATH variable to see if there is
some other make program on your system that might be getting invoked.

You might also try “make --version”. This should tell you if you are
using
GNU make and what version you have.

– Don W.

On Thu, 2006-11-02 at 14:15 -0500, Don W. wrote:

I think Shriram had automake vesion 1.10, which is offered as the new
“current” version on the Cygwin mirror site that I use. Unless they broke
something going to the new version, it should work. It sounds like the
version listings on the Cygwin web site may be trailing behind what is
as their mirrors.

I hate version numbers with 10 following 9 after a decimal point, unless
there is a third place, like 1.10.0. I saw 1.10 and thought he was
using the ancient version 1.1. Sorry Shriram…


Johnathan C., AE6HO
Corgan Enterprises LLC
[email protected]

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