[op25-dev] Re: OP25 for noobs by a noob (long)

John Ackermann N8UR jra@febo.com [op25-dev] op25-dev at yahoogroups.com
Wed Jun 28 23:31:40 UTC 2017


Ah, I wasn't aware of that.  I've been using Linux Mint (currently 18.1) which is Ubuntu-based and works well.  One challenge with straight Debian is how slowly updates filter through the system.  Mint, I think, is usually a bit more current than even Ubuntu.

But there is a separate issue at the moment with rtlsdr installed via build-gnuradio.  I'm hoping that will be resolved soon.

John

On Jun 28, 2017, 6:06 PM, at 6:06 PM, "Brett Friermood brett.friermood at gmail.com [op25-dev]" <op25-dev at yahoogroups.com> wrote:
>Unfortunately, OP25 doesn't run on Debian without making (drastic?)
>changes, and is why only Ubuntu 14.04 is "officially" supported. I also
>prefer Debian, and ended up adding a full second hard drive (actually
>SSD)
>to the machine in question to dual boot Ubuntu to be able to run OP25.
>
>I ran into the same or similar error as you, and I believe I determined
>OP25 needs a newer version of WxWidgets than could be installed in
>Debian.
>
>Brett
>
>On Wed, Jun 28, 2017 at 4:52 PM, kb9mwr at yahoo.com [op25-dev] <
>op25-dev at yahoogroups.com> wrote:
>
>>
>>
>> I wish that build-gnuradio script worked for Debian 8.  I spent the
>whole
>> evening yesterday installing gnuradio and op25 on a raspberry pi. 
>Looked
>> like everything was good, till I fired up the scope tool:
>>
>> ./scope.py --args rtl=0 -f 772.63125 -g 65 -o 17 -N LNA:35 -V -v -S
>250000
>> -q 51
>> attempts to launch, but dies
>> Something about "recreating status bar in wxFrame " . which is some
>sort
>> of wxWidgets error.
>>
>>
>> ---In op25-dev at yahoogroups.com, <jra at ...> wrote :
>>
>> Thanks, flkmrz! I recently posted something similar on my blog
>> (https://blog.febo.com) and I'm going to edit those posts based on
>some
>> of what you've said below.
>>
>> I strongly prefer using the "build-gnuradio" script
>> (http://sbrac.org/files/build-gnuradio) to build the system from
>> sources. It requires very little user intervention, makes sure you
>have
>> all the required .deb or .rpm packages installed, and gives you the
>> latest version of the code base. But as of right now (28 June 2017)
>the
>> rtlsdr components don't build properly due to upstream code changes.
>I
>> have a good feeling that it will be fixed very soon, but over the
>last
>> week I've been tearing my hair out.
>>
>>
>>
>> 
>>
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