Re: USRP2 unable to receive signal at RX-B

Thanks Josh.

Found that line of code.

Following your advice, I have tried both methods you mentioned and have
run into problems for both.

For the first one, I have followed the install instructions for
microblaze
toolkit given on the gnuradio wiki and after setting the path, I tried
to
configure. usrp2-firwmare failed and the reason that wwas showned was
that
they failed to detect mb tools.

I then tried to install UHD and I managed to copy the firmware and FPGA
configuration into the card and I managed to verify by pinging the
USRP2.
I am however unable to run any of the cpp files even as root as
permission
is denied.

I am asking for help if there is anyone who has a modified binary
firmware
file compiled for the gnuradio version that I can have. I also would
like
to ask for help to compile a modified FPGA image.

Thanks

-Josh

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Cheaw Wen Guey
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On 08/28/2010 10:38 AM, Cheaw Wen Guey wrote:

they failed to detect mb tools.

Try running mb-gcc from the command line first. See if you can do:
mb-gcc --help

Once that works, you run the commands (configure.gnu – not configure –
weird I know…):

cd usrp2/firmware
./bootstrap
./configure.gnu
make

Since you are building FPGA images (I assume you have a copy of ISE),
then you may just want to use the mb-gcc that comes with Xilinx EDK.

I then tried to install UHD and I managed to copy the firmware and FPGA
configuration into the card and I managed to verify by pinging the USRP2.

good

I am however unable to run any of the cpp files even as root as permission
is denied.

Why are you trying to execute c++ files?

-Josh

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