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<pre>$ sudo apt-get update</pre>
<pre>$ sudo apt-get update</pre>
<pre>$ sudo apt install gnuradio</pre>
<pre>$ sudo apt install gnuradio</pre>
==== Modtool on Ubuntu ====
NOTE: On released builds for Ubuntu 18 (bionic), there is an issue using gr_modtool after GNU Radio has been installed from the PPA.  This is due to byte-compiled code that remains in the modtool templates after installation.  To workaround this issue:
<pre>$ cd /usr/share/gnuradio/modtool/templates/gr-newmod
$ sudo py3clean .</pre>
This issue does not appear for Ubuntu 19 and later packages
=== Fedora COPR Installation ===
=== Fedora COPR Installation ===

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