Uhd compile failure on recent git: b2xx_fx3_utils.cpp

FWIW

Getting this on an older ubuntu (10.10) box, trying to compile from a
cloned uhd git repo (which should be current as of today)

/home/mhp/uhd/host/utils/b2xx_fx3_utils.cpp: In function ‘int32_t
main(int32_t, char**)’:
/home/mhp/uhd/host/utils/b2xx_fx3_utils.cpp:546: error: ‘struct
std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits, std::allocator >’
has no member named ‘string’

This is no big deal, I’m using a vintage-2010 USRP1, so I deleted the
relevant line from CMakeLists.txt and reran cmake - all is clean now

Max

I am also getting this same error. First started with a build using the
“build_gnuradio” script, and again when doing it manually. I am using
Ubuntu 10.04 for legacy reasons and could not upgrade.

-JB

On Tue, Sep 17, 2013 at 11:43 AM, ikjtel [email protected] wrote:

Getting this on an older ubuntu (10.10) box, trying to compile from a
cloned uhd git repo (which should be current as of today)

This is better sent to the usrp-users list, as it is an issue with the
UHD
code, not GNU Radio.

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