Could you try removing all GNU Radio installations except one (that you
would use), reboot the system, and then re-build -> re-execute the code?
Because I have seen a case where multiple installations of GNU Radio messed
up the PATH variable and caused a similar issue..
Kyeong Su Shin
On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 10:48 AM, Ruediger Bauernschmitt <
> Dear Marcus and Kyeong Su Shin
> indeed I used the build-gnuradio script before I installed gnuradio by
> apt-get. Sorry for not having mentioned that and in fact I did not
> deinstall after build-gnuradio.
> Thank you,
> Am 10.08.2017 um 19:27 schrieb Marcus Müller:
>> Hm, ok, I was hoping for some parser problems within GRC to produce
>> errorneous configuration of your QT GUI Frequency sink, but nooope.
>> Exactly, byte-wise, the same file as mine.
>> Soooo, there's something crashing in Qt GUI.
>> So, how did you get 18.104.22.168 on Ubuntu 14.04? you say apt-get, but
>> Canonical's repos only carry 3.7.2 for 14.04; since this might really be a
>> binary compatibility problem, this is my main focus.
>> On 08/10/2017 05:54 PM, Ruediger Bauernschmitt wrote:
>>> I'm using gnuradio-companion 22.214.171.124 installed using apt-get on Ubuntu
>>> 14.04.5 LTS running on a Lenovo T60.
>>> The dialtone example works fine but once I'm using the frequency sink
>>> like e.g. in the resampler_demo.grc I get the following Runtime Error:
>>> Generating: '/tmp/resampler_demo.py'
>>> Executing: /usr/bin/python2 -u /tmp/resampler_demo.py
>>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>> File "/tmp/resampler_demo.py", line 284, in <module>
>>> File "/tmp/resampler_demo.py", line 272, in main
>>> tb = top_block_cls()
>>> File "/tmp/resampler_demo.py", line 104, in __init__
>>> 1 #number of inputs
>>> line 1371, in make
>>> return _qtgui_swig.freq_sink_c_make(*args, **kwargs)
>>> RuntimeError: std::exception
>>> Any ideas?
>>> Best wishes,
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