UHD Error - UDP transport problem

Hi,

I’m running on Debian 5.0 Lenny. My device is USRP2. I have installed
UHD
003.003.001. Boost 10400. GNU C++ version 4.6.2. I’m having problem to
get
uhd_find_devices working.

The error message is
UHD Error:
Cannot open UDP transport on192.168.10.2
epoll: Function not implemented
No UHD Devices Found

I’m able to ping the USRP2. There is no firewall. It’s a fresh install
of
Debian 5.0. Previously, there is no problem with Ubuntu 10.04.

I installed the UHD first before installing gnuradio. After I installed
gnuradio, I got the same response.

Could this be the problem of UHD installation/dependencies?

On 02/26/2012 08:27 PM, Ahmad Zaki Yaacob wrote:

No UHD Devices Found

I’m able to ping the USRP2. There is no firewall. It’s a fresh install of
Debian 5.0. Previously, there is no problem with Ubuntu 10.04.

I installed the UHD first before installing gnuradio. After I installed
gnuradio, I got the same response.

Could this be the problem of UHD installation/dependencies?

This is probably a boost bug. I bet that the compile-time feature
detection - aka the processor macros have decided that your system
should be using epoll. You might have to search the
include/boost/asio/*.hpp files looking for a definition you can pass to
force the right polling method.

https://answers.launchpad.net/adchpp/+question/182015
So, you might try this: http://pastebin.com/y5umvDzV

Anyways, thats my best educated guess.
Let us know if you figure it out.

-josh

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