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The images are available at: https://www.gnuradio.org/releases/
 
The images are available at: https://www.gnuradio.org/releases/
  
The most recent image is instant-gnuradio-3.8.2.0-1.0.0.ova and is a 3.4 GB and 11 GB once installed and launched.
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The most recent image is instant-gnuradio-3.8.2.0-1.0.0.ova and is a 3.4 GB download and 11 GB once installed and launched.
  
 
There is also a torrent available: https://gnuradio.inpha.se/instant-gnuradio-3.8.2.0-1.0.0.ova.torrent
 
There is also a torrent available: https://gnuradio.inpha.se/instant-gnuradio-3.8.2.0-1.0.0.ova.torrent

Revision as of 22:23, 13 September 2020

An Ubuntu 20.04 virtual machine image with GNU Radio 3.8.2.0, Fosphor, GQRX, and several other useful pieces of software.

The images are available at: https://www.gnuradio.org/releases/

The most recent image is instant-gnuradio-3.8.2.0-1.0.0.ova and is a 3.4 GB download and 11 GB once installed and launched.

There is also a torrent available: https://gnuradio.inpha.se/instant-gnuradio-3.8.2.0-1.0.0.ova.torrent


Using VirtualBox

https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads

Installing the VirtualBox Extension Pack

This is needed for USB 3 and is a requirement for running the VM, even if you are not actually going to use USB 3.

Assuming your host is running Ubuntu,

 sudo apt install virtualbox-ext-pack

Or available via https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads. If downloading manually, make sure the extension pack version number matches the VirtualBox version number. Distributions do not always use the latest version. Installation is under File/Preferences/Extensions.

Pass Through USB Devices

Testing With a RTL Dongle