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Did someone install gnuradio tool on raspbian 2014-09-09?

I tried both solutions suggested http://k1gto.blogspot.it/2012/09/compiling-gnuradio-on-raspberry-pi-raspi.html but probably this link is too old.

Can someone help me?

marked as duplicate by goldilocks Dec 15 '14 at 20:37

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  • Hello and welcome! Could you please add more details about errors and such you got so far? – Ghanima Dec 14 '14 at 20:48
  • I closed this as a dupe of the other question which is essentially how to install on Raspbian, since it is in the jessie repositories. – goldilocks Dec 15 '14 at 20:41
  • I tried two kind of installation: the first one via a package manager and it fails or the installation is incomplete. The latter is a manual installation and it fails for errors compiling libvolk. Is it necessary to open another post specifing "GNURadio installation manually from source"? – Biga Dec 16 '14 at 8:06
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The normal way to install software on a Linux distribution is via a package manager.

For Raspbian apt is often used.

apt-cache search gnuradio gives the following results.

I suggest you try

sudo apt-get install gnuradio

apt-cache search gnuradio
gnuradio - GNU Radio Software Radio Toolkit
gnuradio-dev - GNU Software Defined Radio toolkit development
gnuradio-doc - GNU Software Defined Radio toolkit documentation
libgnuradio-analog3.7.5 - gnuradio analog functions
libgnuradio-atsc3.7.5 - gnuradio atsc functions
libgnuradio-audio3.7.5 - gnuradio audio functions
libgnuradio-blocks3.7.5 - gnuradio blocks functions
libgnuradio-channels3.7.5 - gnuradio channels functions
libgnuradio-comedi3.7.5 - gnuradio comedi instrument control functions
libgnuradio-digital3.7.5 - gnuradio digital communications functions
libgnuradio-dtv3.7.5 - gnuradio digital TV signal processing blocks
libgnuradio-fcd3.7.5 - gnuradio FunCube Dongle support
libgnuradio-fec3.7.5 - gnuradio forward error correction support
libgnuradio-fft3.7.5 - gnuradio fast Fourier transform functions
libgnuradio-filter3.7.5 - gnuradio filter functions
libgnuradio-noaa3.7.5 - gnuradio noaa satellite signals functions
libgnuradio-pager3.7.5 - gnuradio pager radio functions
libgnuradio-pmt3.7.5 - gnuradio pmt container library
libgnuradio-qtgui3.7.5 - gnuradio Qt graphical user interface functions
libgnuradio-runtime3.7.5 - gnuradio core runtime
libgnuradio-trellis3.7.5 - gnuradio trellis modulation functions
libgnuradio-uhd3.7.5 - gnuradio universal hardware driver functions
libgnuradio-video-sdl3.7.5 - gnuradio video functions
libgnuradio-vocoder3.7.5 - gnuradio vocoder functions
libgnuradio-wavelet3.7.5 - gnuradio wavelet functions
libgnuradio-wxgui3.7.5 - gnuradio wxgui functions
libgnuradio-zeromq3.7.5 - gnuradio zeromq functions
libvolk-bin - vector optimized runtime tools
libvolk-dev - gnuradio vector optimized function headers
libvolk0.0.0 - gnuradio vector optimized functions
gr-air-modes - Gnuradio Mode-S/ADS-B radio
libair-modes0 - Gnuradio Mode-S/ADS-B radio
gr-fcdproplus - Funcube Dongle Pro Plus controller for GNU Radio
libgnuradio-fcdproplus0 - Funcube Dongle Pro Plus controller for GNU Radio
libgnuradio-iqbalance0 - GNU Radio Blind IQ imbalance estimator and correction
gr-osmosdr - Gnuradio blocks from the OsmoSDR project
libgnuradio-osmosdr0.1.3 - Gnuradio blocks from the OsmoSDR project
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    Do you have anything in /etc/sources.list.d/ besides raspi.list with wheezy main in it? I only get gnuradio-doc when I do this search. – goldilocks Dec 14 '14 at 17:09
  • Me too. I found only gnuradio-doc – Biga Dec 14 '14 at 17:50
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    That's for both my Debian and Raspbian Pi's. They are both jessie/sid though. – joan Dec 14 '14 at 18:33
  • GNU Radio is known exception from rule "install via package manager " tho YMMV – silpol Dec 15 '14 at 18:51
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    @silpol The exception proves the rule. Always preferentially install via the standard repositories. – joan Dec 15 '14 at 20:04

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