Sending text command from TransceiverA to transceiverB

Hi GR,

I have two transceivers running on two machines (TransceiverA flowgraph
and
TransceiverB flowgraph) and I want at some point in time send a text
command
from transceiver A containing the value of a parameter (gain) to
configure
transceiver B.

I have tried to call again the whole initial transceiverA flowgraph from
within the one running but this time the signal source is the text of
the
command that I am about to send
BUT when it calls it the flow-graph freezes and no longer respond,
When I Ctl-C I got “Segmentation fault (core dumped)”

I am pretty sure there is another elegant and functional way to code
that.
Any hints or help is appreciated.

Regards,


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On 03/10/2014 07:39 PM, Ruecan wrote:

BUT when it calls it the flow-graph freezes and no longer respond,
When I Ctl-C I got “Segmentation fault (core dumped)”

I am pretty sure there is another elegant and functional way to code that.
Any hints or help is appreciated.

Ruecan,

this is a bit vague, and you’re not really providing us with enough
information to help you. There’s tons of reasons a flow graph could
segfault. Try and narrow down the component that’s segfaulting, and
without seeing your code, noone will be able to give you good advice.

M

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