Regarding installation of GNURADIO on Ubuntu 10.10

Hello

I am using Ubuntu 10.10 and I am trying to install gnuradio for using it
with USRP1.
I am using the Build scrip available at following address
http://www.sbrac.org/files/build-gnuradio
But while building the UHD it shows following error!!
“Building UHD…UHD build apparently failed”
Please help me out in resolving this error.
Thank you very much
Shashank G.

On 11/06/2011 12:46 PM, shashank gaur wrote:

Shashank G.


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If you run build-gnuradio using -v or --verbose, it will log all
messages to the terminal, rather than redirecting to /dev/null.

This will help you track down why it’s failing. Make sure you have
the most recent version of build-gnuradio to support this
option. Also, you can use build-gnuradio --help to get a list of
command-line options.

The message you quote is caused by the “make” failing (returning an
error code), so it’s best to use -v on build-gnuradio to find out
why it’s failing.

Hello Sir
Thank you very much for your reply.
I tried to run using build-gnuradio -v and the log shows the following
error
/home/sunny/Gnu/uhd/host/examples/tx_waveforms.cpp: In function int
_main(int, char**):
/home/sunny/Gnu/uhd/host/examples/tx_waveforms.cpp:206: error: tx_stream
was not declared in this scope
I tried to open the file and see into this. The error is in this line
if (spb == 0) spb = tx_stream->get_max_num_samps()*10;
and it seems that tx_stream is used only in this line throughout the cpp
file.
Can you suggest something about this?
Should I declare the tx_stream as a variable in the file or I need to
include any directory.
Once again thanks for the help
Shashank G.
ECE Paris

On 11/06/2011 02:49 PM, shashank gaur wrote:

file.
Can you suggest something about this?
Should I declare the tx_stream as a variable in the file or I need to
include any directory.
Once again thanks for the help
Shashank G.
ECE Paris

It was a change from the next branch for an example app that wasnt ready
to be pulled onto the master. I just pushed a fix.

-josh

Thank you very much Josh and Marcus for the replies!!

You guys are savior!!!

Best
Shashank G.
IEEE RAS SAC
ECE Paris

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