[USRP-users] wxgui support with USRP E1XX and two versions of UHD installed in my system
philip at opensdr.com
Tue Sep 23 21:08:41 EDT 2014
On 09/23/2014 06:02 AM, Shamma Al Marzooqi via USRP-users wrote:
> Hello All,
> I have some question that I would appreciate if someone could help with.
> 1. I am trying to make gnuradio works with wxgui in my E110. I know that the opkg package doesn't support that, but I would like to have a wxgui on my USRP.
I haven't tried this. I suspect you can build wxwidgets and wxpython on
the E100 and it should work.
> 2. I think I have two versions of UHD on my USRP, I installed the latest one which is 3.7, but I think when I deleted and then reinstall the gnu radio from the opkg it installed UHD 3.5. I want to know from where I can fix this " what directory" so I would delete it manually if it is not going to cause problems. The issue is that I was trying to make the spec_analyzer.py works on my system and it refused until I did the reinstallation. However, when I tried other examples such as the tx_waveforms it fails to see the UHD version which is 3.5!
Why do you need to update uhd? Is this for daughterboard support?
> Thanks and I do appreciate the help
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