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Re: Regarding missing osmocom source

From: Rozana Alam
Subject: Re: Regarding missing osmocom source
Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2020 20:21:46 +0800

Thank you for the information. I have installed GRC byUbuntu ppa and I believe that it has installed the latest version.in that case should I delete and build the GRC from the beginning from source? please guide me.

On Wed, 4 Nov 2020, 6:58 pm Christophe Seguinot, <christophe.seguinot@orange.fr> wrote:


You must install gr-osmosdr to use SDR dongle ( I don't use Blade RF and don't know if there are other gr tools for Blade RF source/sink )

at the end of september, for Linux distribution (Ubuntu 20.04 in my case):

  • gr-osmosdr is not compatible with GR 3.9 (see some recent mail on this list) so don't use GR 3.9 (Some guys are trying to port gr-osmosdr to 3.9 )
  • 3.8.2 is the default GR version under Ubuntu 20.04 (using ppa:gnuradio/gnuradio-releases)
  • if you install gr-osmosdr from package, it won't work under GR
  • if you build gr-osmosdr from source, you can get a working GR3.8 with osmo-sdr sources as well as GQRX too.

See my email on this list https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/discuss-gnuradio/2020-09/msg00124.html for furter information


On 04/11/2020 09:39, Rozana Alam wrote:
Hello community,
I want to generate simple continuous wave with bladeRF using gnu radio and am a Linux user.but in the gnu platform I am not getting any osmocom source.i have downloaded the gnu from ppa .is there any supplement of osmocom source to generate signal by bladeRF?
Your suggestions are highly appreciated.
Best regards,

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