Usually 3.4.2 is used when OpenBTS together with an USRP1 should work.
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Sent: Monday, July 7, 2014 4:22 PM
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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] unable to install gnuradio-3.4.2
Hello um, nameless!
I could imagine that a lot of tools, possibly including py_compile have
changed significantly since 3.4.2 (October 2011), although you also are
using a strongly outdated Ubuntu, so things might still match.
The problem is that most people on here are actively developing and
recent versions of GNU Radio with state of the art operating systems, so
might be hard for us to reproduce your issue. You should try to
your python and see if that helps, that’s the only idea I can think of
now. There was an issue that was fixed around mid-2011 with the automake
tools that revolved around the --destdir flag, but I can’t really
that fix should, however, be included in Ubuntu 12.04.
There’s too many things that changed since 3.4.2 since then. By the way:
not totally clear why you actually would want to use 3.4.2; the build
is intimidating compared to the current, CMake-based one, making error
search a lot more painful, and many aspects of GNU Radio should still be
compliant to 3.6.5, which is the preferred version to use if you’re
the old pre-3.7 API.
All the best,
On 07.07.2014 15:36, gsmandvoip wrote:
try to install older version of gnuradio (3.4.2 with gcc-4.4 on ubuntu
12.04) but after successful make, when trying make install, getting
test -z “/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/gruel/pmt” || /bin/mkdir
/usr/bin/install -c -m 644 pmt_swig.py
…/…/…/py-compile: Missing argument to --destdir.
make: *** [install-pmt_swig_pythonPYTHON] Error 1
tried on Google a lot but no luck, please point out whats going wrong