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Update: when running cd ~/src/op25/python ./audio_p25_rx.py -a I was getting this error AttributeError: 'fft_window' object has no attribute 'plot' FIX was to edit gr-wxgui.conf in the directory /usr/local/etc/gnuradio/conf.d and change the line style = auto to style = nongl Now im getting this error when running cd ~/src/op25/python ./audio_p25_rx.py -a Error reads "NameError: global name 'msgq' is not defined" On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 8:20 PM, Chris Svendsen <csvendsen2143 at gmail.com>wrote: > > Hello group > > Working on an install on Ubuntu 12.04 I realize there are some problems > with 12.04 but would like to help fix these issues as they occur. These are > some issues I have had so far with a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04 and GNU > radio 3.6.0. > GNU radio was built from source code not from the install script. > Had to run sudo ldconfig after GNU radio install that I did not see > anywhere in there install directions. Anyway on to OP25 > > OP25 > > Number 1 > Running ./configure in /op25/block > Configure could not find gruel_common.i in /usr/local/include/gnuradio/swig > Assuming this is due to GNU radios new location for file is > /usr/local/include/gruel/swig/ > FIX was to link the directories. > sudo ln -s /usr/local/include/gruel/swig/* > /usr/local/include/gnuradio/swig/ > > Number 2 > Using the lattes version of gcc 4.6 to compile ran into and error trying > to make the install of the op24/block. > FIX was to add > #include <cstddef> > To the file op25.cc located in op25/block/src/lib/ > make and make install now worked without any errors for the /op25/block > section. > > Another error I ran into was installing gr-fsk4 I realize this is not an > op25 issue but thought is was mentioning. This error was again in the > "make" section of the stall and was fixed by adding > #include <stdio.h> > to several files in the src/lib directory. > > After that all the installs completed without errors however I am still > having the following issues. > 1) There is no op25 decode block in GNU Radio. > 2) When running > > cd ~/src/op25/python > ./audio_p25_rx.py -a > > I get the following error > AttributeError: 'fft_window' object has no attribute 'plot' > > Hope this info helps some devs and if there is any info anybody needs let > me know. In the mean time ill be working on getting this install working. > > Thanks > Chris > > > > > > On Mon, May 14, 2012 at 9:11 PM, markop25 <cottrell.m.a at gmail.com> wrote: > >> ** >> >> >> >> >> Hi Steve, >> >> I have been playing around for a while now using a few different ubuntu >> and debian distributions. So far I've only had success with my 11.04 >> virtual machines. I took some wireshark captures of some P25 samples >> running through Bob's flowgraph in both debian wheezy and ubuntu 11.04, the >> "good" capture ( >> https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B8J3fNC5VR23akJ1Zl9xNkNHeHM) contains >> exactly what I would expect with correct NIDs, while the "bad" capture ( >> https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B8J3fNC5VR23NlA2aGdWVDlHYUE) has >> packets with NIDs that are all zero with the occasional 1 in the LSB. From >> the packets I glanced at, the data after the NID is the same in each >> capture. >> >> I have no idea what the differences are in the dependencies between my >> debian setup and ubuntu vm, but I have tried building in debian with >> gcc-4.5 and boost 1.46 (instead of gcc-4.6 and boost 1.49) and have not had >> any luck. I have also tried a few versions of gnuradio (3.4.2, 3.5.3 and >> 3.6.1) without any luck. Any other ideas to help get it working or figure >> out the cause of the problem would be welcome. >> >> Thanks, >> Mark >> >> >> --- In op25-dev at yahoogroups.com, Steve Glass <stevie.glass at ...> wrote: >> > >> > >> > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- >> > Hash: SHA1 >> > >> > On 14/05/12 13:25, Richard Clarke wrote: >> > > >> > > A colleague of mine here has noted that op25 decoder seems to produce >> > no audio when compiled and run on anything later than Ubuntu 11.04 for >> > as yet undetermined reasons. Building and running on 11.10 or later >> > (other mods required for 12.04) and you end up with the no audio >> > problem. I've suggested that he post here with any more details he may >> have >> > >> > I've used OP25 in different Ubuntu VMs and not had any problem in 11.10. >> > Shall try 12.04 tonight. I think that I'll set the software decoder to >> > be the default and that might help. There is a huge todo around the IMBE >> > vocoder which I've been postponing but I'll start taking a look at that >> > ASAP. >> > >> > >> > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- >> > Version: GnuPG v1.4.12 (GNU/Linux) >> > Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/ >> > >> > iEYEARECAAYFAk+wf6wACgkQW7aAm65EWy4m9ACfeKcxeKLzlAttUm/btm5gICT0 >> > OdwAoNgc8sOx+KDvK1JSpf7PQmWMyLfQ >> > =MufF >> > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- >> > >> >> >> > > > > -- > -- Chris Svendsen *Phone:* 407 694 7282 *Email:* csvendsen2143 at gmail.com -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: <http://lists.osmocom.org/pipermail/op25-dev/attachments/20120515/820ae827/attachment.htm>