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Re: Gnuradio 3.8 on a Raspberry pi 4 B?

From: Cinaed Simson
Subject: Re: Gnuradio 3.8 on a Raspberry pi 4 B?
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2021 21:54:08 -0800
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Hi Glen - I'm late to the party. but I presume you have buster (debian 10) installed - see /etc/os-release.

I don't own a raspberry pi 4 but I know someone who does and they recommend using following guide to upgrade to bullseye (debian 11)


bullseye (debian 10) comes with gnuradio 3.8.

If you need to use buster (debian 10) and gnuradio3.8, then you have to build it from source.

-- Cinaed

On 5/24/20 12:50, Glen I Langston wrote:

I’ve been a great proponent of gnuradio, but I’m finding in
increasing difficult to do anything new, as installation of 3.8 is
essentially impossible for most people.

I’ve written and built my own python modules and C++ blocks.

However, despite months of trying now, I can not get 3.8 to install
on a raspberry pi.

Has anyone achieved 3.8 on a raspberry pi?

If so can you please save the entire OS, gzip compressed and put it
online somewhere.  It will probably be about 3 GB compressed.



Note that there are many many (too many) different guides on line

1) apt-get

2) pybombs

3) git clone then build

each one fails in a different way.

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