UHD build apparently failed - build-gnuradio script

i try to install gnuradio with script
(http://www.sbrac.org/files/build-gnuradio) on Debian 8.4 64bit.
I change in script version and he download pretty much of files, when he
come to UHD, he breaks:

Skipping git fetch, since ‘uhd’ and ‘gnuradio’ are new enough
Starting function uhd_build at: Wed Aug 5 17:38:44 CDT 2015
Building UHD…
=============> THIS WILL TAKE SOME TIME <=============
UHD build apparently failed
Exiting UHD build

from files he get:
airspy build-gnuradio gr-iqbal hackrf touch19347
bladeRF gnuradio gr-osmosdr rtl-sdr uhd

i try with manual install UHD via apt-get, but seems that he don`t
recognize it…

Can i get some help please?

thank you.

On 08/05/2015 06:47 PM, Yoda Master wrote:

Exiting UHD build
Can i get some help please?

thank you.

Run it with the -v flag to get more information about why it failed.

But since the script isn’t advertised to work with Debian 8.4, I’m not
likely to be much help debugging it.

Hello Marcus,
first sorry, i miss version, its 8.1, but i think that dont change
With verbose i catch where he failed, but stuck on this:

    Done building/installing UHD
    Done function uhd_build at: Fri Aug 7 10:12:54 CDT 2015
    Starting function firmware at: Fri Aug 7 10:12:54 CDT 2015
    Could not find images downloader: uhd_images_downloader.py in

any of /usr/local/share /usr/local/lib /usr/local/lib64

i have it:
$ locate uhd_images_downloader.py

but script don`t see it…
in script i see:
dirlist="/usr/local/share /usr/local/lib /usr/local/lib64"

can i force him path of this python script?

thank you.

Given that you have an instance in /usr/lib/uhd/utils, that means you
have an install from your distros package manager, and that needs to
be removed before you do a source-based installed.

Also, the usual location from a source install is:

It would be useful to see the log output from when the UHD build section
was doing a “make install”, to see where it put
uhd_images_downloader.py, because
/usr/local/share/uhd_images_downloader.py is not the usual location.