VRT breaks build on non-Linux OSs

Since VRT seems to be currently linux-only (per the header “linux/
if_packet.h”), could someone put a check in the config/grc_vrt.m4
script to check specifically for Linux & disables otherwise (al la:
grc_usrp2.m4)? [The AC_CHECK_HEADERS for that header in the m4 script
isn’t good enough since it just sets a #define (or doesn’t set it),
but doesn’t provide configure with feedback as to the success or
failure of finding and using that header.]

For now, non-Linux folks can disable VRT via the configure flag “–
disable-vrt”. - MLD

On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 11:00, Michael D.[email protected] wrote:

Since VRT seems to be currently linux-only (per the header
“linux/if_packet.h”), could someone put a check in the config/grc_vrt.m4
script to check specifically for Linux & disables otherwise (al la:
grc_usrp2.m4)? [The AC_CHECK_HEADERS for that header in the m4 script isn’t
good enough since it just sets a #define (or doesn’t set it), but doesn’t
provide configure with feedback as to the success or failure of finding and
using that header.]

For now, non-Linux folks can disable VRT via the configure flag
“–disable-vrt”. - MLD

I’ll get this fixed in the next day, thanks for flagging the issue.

Johnathan

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