Running my script, I get an error (repeated twice): ~\AppData\Roaming\.gnuradio\prefs\vmcircbuf_default_factory: Invalid argument I looked, and there is no 'vmcircbuf_default_factory' in the \prefs folder (there isn't anything in there). The Internet (GNURadio website and GNURado mailing list archives in addition to general Internet searches) provides plenty of examples of 'vmcircbuf_sysv_shm, where the user is told to update the 'vmcircbuf_default_factory' file, but nothing relating directly to my problem. Is this a file that should have been created when I installed GNURadio and its dependencies? Can I just create the file, and, if so, what does the structure/format look like? Or, can someone point me to either a sample file, or the file location somewhere else? Thank you.
on 2013-10-24 02:20
on 2013-10-24 16:08
On Wed, Oct 23, 2013 at 8:19 PM, Paul B. Huter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > problem. > > Is this a file that should have been created when I installed GNURadio and > its dependencies? Can I just create the file, and, if so, what does the > structure/format look like? Or, can someone point me to either a sample > file, or the file location somewhere else? > > Thank you. This file is created the first time you try to run GNU Radio, so not during build or even install. It /will/ get created when you run 'make test' or any other GNU Radio application. Is this on Windows? I'm honestly not sure what the right factory function is for Windows, but my guess is this file should contain: gr::vmcircbuf_createfilemapping_factory Note that that's just one line, no carriage return or anything else. Tom
on 2013-10-25 01:12
Tom: Thank you for the reply. This is my first GNU Radio application, and typing 'make test' at the Windows command line does nothing. I followed the Ettus installation instructions for installing GNU Radio and UHD, and I cannot find anything anywhere about "make" with Windows. I found some other instances of people having issues like mine, but they seem to have been related to wxPython prior to GNU Radio 3.7 (which is what I have). Anyone have any other ideas as to how to remedy this situation, including running some other application to get things set up? Thank you.
on 2013-10-25 01:30
Turns out this error doesn't mean anything, my script executes just fine.