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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] names to use for ubuntu package manager to get in
Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] names to use for ubuntu package manager to get install GNURadio
Tue, 11 Jun 2019 15:40:16 +0000
a full agreement from my side: especially when using Ubuntu 19.04, you
get a pretty recent GNU Radio. If you want to talk to your hackRF, you
need gr-osmosdr, too, so
sudo apt install gnuradio gr-osmosdr
and the thing is set up.
On Tue, 2019-06-11 at 10:18 -0400, Michael Dickens wrote:
> Hi geraldfenkell -
> On modern Ubuntu, you should be able to just issue "sudo apt install
> gnuradio" and after some ado GNU Radio will be installed. See also <
> https://wiki.gnuradio.org/index.php/InstallingGR#Linuxux >.
> The HackRF software interface should be pretty easily installable on Ubuntu
> (or any other UNIX-y system), and then you can use a GR out-of-tree (OOT)
> such as "gr-osmosdr" to get a GR interface to your HackRF One.
> Hope this is useful & good luck! - MLD
> On Tue, Jun 11, 2019, at 10:05 AM, geraldfenkell wrote:
> > 2019-06-11
> > I have successfully installed GNURadio on my Windows 10 machine and also
> > have a live usb thumb drive for two
> > versions of ubuntu (18.04.2 and 19.04). I now wish to use the package
> > manager for these ubuntu systems to apt get install
> > GNURadio and companion. I do not know the names to use for the package nor
> > how to find them out.
> > Help would be appreciated.
> > Please note that after I do that, I want to install (from his git
> > repository) the Michael Ossmann add on
> > for GNURadio to use HackRF One with GNURadio to follow his course. I have
> > not had any success with
> > getting a working version of Pentoo Linux to a Live USB Drive and/or
> > getting Live SDR of GNURadio (which
> > does contain the necessary blocks) but says in its wikipedea that it is
> > "retired". i.e. not available. I presume
> > that I will run into some problems with dependencies (but will gain
> > experience) when I try to "compile" the
> > material from his Git repository.
> > Thank you
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