[USRP-users] Problems with the setup of GNURadio via PyBombs

James Humphries james.humphries at ettus.com
Mon Mar 28 15:10:53 EDT 2016


Hi Patrick,

Do you get any errors or terminal output that you could post (what happens
when you try to launch pybombs)?

-Trip

On Mon, Mar 28, 2016 at 2:54 PM, Patrick Berger via USRP-users <
usrp-users at lists.ettus.com> wrote:

> Hi everybody
>
> I've some problems with the setup of GNURadio on a Linux Mint 17.2
> platform. First I tried to install the old precompiled version from the
> gnuradio website (compiled from ettus). The installation was successful
> completed but I couldn't start the application and there was no error
> message.
>
> Then I changed to the PyBomb version: After 6 days without any working
> website (all links ended in a 404 error), there are some tutorial pages
> online. But they are not really helpfull.
> For example
> https://smyl.es/how-to-install-gnu-radio-fftw-rtl-sdr-grosmosdr-and-more-using-pybombs-with-dependencies-by-rpmdeb-or-build-from-source/
> or https://github.com/gnuradio/pybombs
> or
> https://sourceforge.isae.fr/projects/ralf/wiki/UHD_and_GNURadio_installation_from_sources_with_PyBombs
>
> This tutorials are realy good (mutch better than the gnuradio or ettus
> version against the recommendation for using pybombs), but at the step "cd
> pybombs && ./pybombs config" the problems begun. I can't launch the
> configuration or something else (pybombs is a director as error message).
>
> Is there any good step by step tutorial how to install gnuradio with the
> sdru packages? I'm coming from the windows edge (simulink and xilinx system
> generator), and there are all setups realy simple. But on Linux everything
> has to be done by hand: download, installation, extend the path variable...
>
> Thank you very much,
> best regards
>
> Patrick
>
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