after you built and install your OOT block, did you ran:
$ sudo ldconfig
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 1:42 PM, Sean Horton <seanhorto...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have followed the following example, the only difference being:
> step 1) I didn't use tutorial as the name,
> step 2) I named my block qpsk_demod_cb instead of my_qpsk_demod_cb, which
> then meant in step 4 I used a different name, key, catetory, import, and
> make where I replaced tutorial and removed "my_"
> When I then run mpsk_stage6 with my demod block, it stops working
> immediately. When I call the .py directly, I get:
> self.oot_qpsk_demod_cb_0 = oot.qpsk_demod_cb(True)
> AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'qpsk_demod_cb'
> Also, if it's helpful, I called the qa_qpsk_demod_cb.py in the python
> folder, and I get
> File "./qa_qpsk_demod_cb.py", line 24, in <module>
> import oot_swig as tyvak
> ImportError: No module named oot_swig
> Any help on fixing this would be great, I'd like to test my blocks by
> visualizing in gnuradio before switching to C++.
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