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Old 06-29-2017, 9:15 AM
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Originally Posted by kb9mwr View Post
What is the least painful way to get gnu-radio on the Raspberry Pi?
The PI that I bought came with bootable system that lets you install Raspbian, and from there it's basically the same procedure as a desktop for installing OP25. In my install I haven't yet tried running the GUI option (which utilizes gnuplot). Otherwise the commands are identical with the Ubuntu install.

I'll put together a list of commands that I used to get running.

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Kind of surprised there isn't a pre-built image for at least gnuradio
There isn't?? once you have raspbian installed, gnuradio install is basically trivial
Code:
apt-get update
apt-get install gnuradio
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