Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] problem with a fresh pybombs build

2016-10-13 Thread Jason Matusiak
Nick, Thank you for the info. I've uninstalled pybombs everywhere, so I should be "clean" again. I tried running your two easy_install commands and got an unexpected result: jmat@jmat:~/Downloads$ easy_install --version usage: easy_install [options] requirement_or_url ... or: easy_install

Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] problem with a fresh pybombs build

2016-10-13 Thread Jason Matusiak
Marcus, I'll see if I can get our IT people's ear and figure out better what is going on with sudo. It was indeed just a vanilla install of 16.04, and then IT did there mucking afterwards. Thanks! ~Jason On 10/12/2016 03:55 PM, Marcus Müller wrote: Hi Jason, I can see that sudo

Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] problem with a fresh pybombs build

2016-10-13 Thread Nicholas McCarthy
(However, I think there's a lot of upside to installing on a vanilla OS for comparison, replicating your error on your IT-polluted OS, and forcing IT to fix the problems they're imposing on you.) Cheers, Nick M. On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 1:42 PM Nicholas McCarthy wrote: > You

Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] problem with a fresh pybombs build

2016-10-13 Thread Jason Matusiak
Nick, I spoke with IT and I was mistaken on the "script" version of sudo. What is really going on is that we use centrify's dzdo as sudo. They just made a wrapper so that users can call sudo like usual and dzdo gets called under the hood. So the sudo //should// be pretty normal. I went to

Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] problem with a fresh pybombs build

2016-10-13 Thread Nicholas McCarthy
You need to remove all versions of pip you previously installed and truly start fresh with the curl command. I recommend starting with a completely fresh install and never typing "sudo." (This is assuming you DO have a reasonable python installed.) Until you can run commands like pip install

Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] problem with a fresh pybombs build

2016-10-13 Thread Jason Matusiak
Nick, A little more information. I try to do the next step (add recipes) and I get the following: jmat@jmat:~$ pybombs recipes add gr-recipes git+https://github.com/gnuradio/gr-recipes.git bash: /usr/local/bin/pybombs: Permission denied Looking at that binary, it has permissions 700. I chmod

[Discuss-gnuradio] FPGA Images on Ettus E310

2016-10-13 Thread John B. Wood
Hello, all. In the /usr/share/uhd/images directory on the ARMv7 processor (p/o of the E310 and running Xilinx Linux) there are a number of FPGA images for ostensibly other architectures besides the E310. If another of these, say one of the several ones for an N210 device are loaded into the

Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] problem with a fresh pybombs build

2016-10-13 Thread Nicholas McCarthy
Hey Jason, That's interesting... I was expecting it to prove your user saw a different version of setuptools than running sudo. I think there's still evidence that may be the case, but I'm not sure. I think your best bet for building gnuradio on your non-vanilla machine is to start from scratch

[Discuss-gnuradio] gr-blocks benchmarks

2016-10-13 Thread Gisle Vanem
The test programs gr-blocks/tests/benchmark_nco.cc and benchmark_vco.cc seems outdated. AFAICS, there are no 'nco' and 'fxpt_nco' classes in the namespace 'gr::blocks'. Shouldn't these be patched like so: --- a/gr-blocks/tests/benchmark_nco.cc 2015-12-16 21:39:46 +++

Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] FPGA Images on Ettus E310

2016-10-13 Thread Marcus Müller
Hi John, they are on the SD Card just because the default method of getting them downloads a whole bunch of images. An FPGA image is 100% specific to exactly the FPGA and connections. The N210's FPGA and the Zynq's PL aren't even similar; this can't work out, you can't even successfully load

[Discuss-gnuradio] Magnitude dips in transmission

2016-10-13 Thread Usman Haider
Hi, I am using Gnu Radio 3.7.8 with uhd 003.008.005 and umtrx v2.2. When I use the attached GRC flowgraph I see random drops in the magnitude of the transmission and also a carrier wave. Please see the link below for the output. I searched on the internet but could not find anything. I used a