I've been struggling to get this working. I've ended up with partial
success from the Ubuntu package, the Win binary, and the PyBombs source
script. Really, any three of the following options would be great if
somebody could give me pointers.
1) Ubuntu 16.04 package
Using the apt-get package for Ubuntu 16.04, I'm missing components in the
companion. Specifically, at least the following (found trying to load a
partial-success from 2):
>>> Error: Block key "blocks_multiply_const_xx" not found
>>> Error: Block key "burst_fsk_time_sync" not found
>>> Error: Block key "burst_slicer" not found
>>> Error: Block key "es_handler_pdu" not found
>>> Error: Block key "es_trigger_edge_f" not found
>>> Error: Block key "rtlsdr_source" not found
2) Windows 10
Failing that, I switched to Windows and got much further on the binary
(184.108.40.206). Unfortunately, I can't use the "Burst FSK Time Sync" block.
It's giving me the following DLL error:
line 636, in <module>
from ._ufuncs import *
ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found.
A little bit of Googling got me to install Intel's MKL Windows package;
3) Linux, PyBombs
I decided to go back to Linux, and picked the PyBombs route (really cool
app btw - kudos to that team!). Unfortunately, I ended up at the following
compile error (I found something in this mailing list from 2016 with it,
but didn't quite follow what fixed the issue):
[ 86%] Building CXX object
function ‘PyObject* _wrap_dboard_iface_set_gpio_debug(PyObject*, PyObject*,
error: ‘class uhd::usrp::dboard_iface’ has no member named ‘set_gpio_debug’
CMakeFiles/Makefile2:13309: recipe for target
make: *** [gr-uhd/swig/CMakeFiles/_uhd_swig.dir/all] Error 2
Makefile:160: recipe for target 'all' failed
make: *** [all] Error 2
PyBOMBS.Packager.source - ERROR - Build failed. See output above for error
PyBOMBS.Packager.source - ERROR - Problem occurred while building package
PyBOMBS.install_manager - ERROR - Error installing package gnuradio.
Again - any help against any of the options is appreciated here.
Thanks in advance,
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