Resolved CtrlPort build problem

Have resolved my CtrlPort build problem on Ubuntu.

ICE 3.4 will not build under GCC 4.7 or 4.8. I installed ICE 3.5 for
Ubuntu 13.10 using the following script, claimed to work for Raring or
later [1]. ice installed OK, ice-dev did not. Apparently ice-dev not
needed, so consider eliminating it from the script below.

$ sudo su

wget http://www.zeroc.com/download/Ice/3.5/ubuntu/ice3.5-raring.list

-O- > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ice3.5-raring.list

wget http://www.zeroc.com/download/RPM-GPG-KEY-zeroc-release -O- |

apt-key add -

apt-get update

apt-get install ice ice-dev

When running Control Port monitor I get a screen with the running
performance values for all the blocks, but no graphics of any kind. Is
this normal? Is there a way to dump the performance text values to a
file?

– Tom, N5EG

[1]
http://crysol.github.io/recipe/2013-09-19/ice35-deb-packages-from-zeroc/#.UvchUvjiB2W

On Sun, Feb 9, 2014 at 1:39 AM, Tom McDermott [email protected]
wrote:

wget http://www.zeroc.com/download/RPM-GPG-KEY-zeroc-release -O- | apt-key

add -

apt-get update

apt-get install ice ice-dev

That’s good information. Generally, I’ve just built ICE for C++ and
Python by hand and install it into /opt/Ice-${version}.

When running Control Port monitor I get a screen with the running
performance values for all the blocks, but no graphics of any kind. Is this
normal? Is there a way to dump the performance text values to a file?

– Tom, N5EG

[1]

http://crysol.github.io/recipe/2013-09-19/ice35-deb-packages-from-zeroc/#.UvchUvjiB2W

Sorry, I know you’ve sent a few mails to the list, so I can’t remember
if you’ve fully solved the display issue (I feel like you have). But
just for the record, given a flowgraph, you can call the
pc__ functions on any given block to retrieve the counter.
During runtime, this is obviously just a sampling, but there is also
the work_time_total PC that accumulates the amount of time the given
work function used during the run of the flowgraph. All this is
described in the manual page:
http://gnuradio.org/doc/doxygen/page_perf_counters.html

Tom

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