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=== For the GNU Radio Master Branch ===
 
=== For the GNU Radio Master Branch ===
  
Since Volk is no longer considered as a submodule of GNU Radio (GNU Radio commit #80c04479da962d048d41165081b026aafdaa0316 ), you <b>FIRST</b> need to install Volk, and then install GNU Radio.  
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Since Volk is no longer considered as a submodule of GNU Radio (GNU Radio commit #80c04479da962d048d41165081b026aafdaa0316 ),<br> you <b>MUST FIRST</b> install Volk, and then install GNU Radio.  
  
 
The basic idea is the same, but instead of building Volk along with GNU Radio, you need to clone and build it separately. For this example, we will start in the home directory. You can, of course, use any directory you wish and the results will be the same.
 
The basic idea is the same, but instead of building Volk along with GNU Radio, you need to clone and build it separately. For this example, we will start in the home directory. You can, of course, use any directory you wish and the results will be the same.

Revision as of 18:15, 24 April 2020

To install system wide

For the GNU Radio Master Branch

Since Volk is no longer considered as a submodule of GNU Radio (GNU Radio commit #80c04479da962d048d41165081b026aafdaa0316 ),
you MUST FIRST install Volk, and then install GNU Radio.

The basic idea is the same, but instead of building Volk along with GNU Radio, you need to clone and build it separately. For this example, we will start in the home directory. You can, of course, use any directory you wish and the results will be the same.

If you're running Linux, then always remember to do the following command after installing any library:

  • sudo ldconfig