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[Linrad] Re: Linrad-03.00

Thanks everyone.

I will work on this.

Ubuntu 8.10 x86_64 is definitely not the same as 7.1! Things are 
rearranged a bit for 32, 64, compatibility, etc.

Other information:

I have been running GnuRadio, PowerSDR, SDRMaxIII, HPSDR, etc. on my new 
$85 motherboard/CPU bundle SDR supercomputer.

The Intel D945GCLF2 motherboard comes with a Core 2 64 bit technology 
with two hyperthread cores. It is low power, low price, and runs windows 
and linux 64 bit kernels.

It has parallel port, serial port, usb 2.0, and GigE ethernet. It is 
Mini ITX. I build the computer, total, for $240 using parts from NewEgg, 
Tigerdirect, and the junk box.

Each core runs at 1.6 Ghz. It has SSE4.1 support. You can read all over 
the internet how the low power notebooks (using this processor) are 
killing high end sales and how Microsoft is so mad at Intel they are 
ready to throttle them because everyone is putting XP on these things (I 
put an old XP64 on it and upgraded online to the latest).

I know the thing is good enough to run a 32 bit kernel in a emulator 
using kvm/qemu and run Linrad. I would like it to run 64 bit. Linrad 
will run easily on this because of all the hand optimization Leif has 
put into this.

Its graphics support, using the Intel graphics engine is more than fast 
enough for everything is doing or might do.

This is NOT a gaming computer (thank goodness). Flat out, running all 
threads, etc. it burns < 40w.

If anyone here decides to get one and you need help, email me. I am so 
impressed I replace practically everyone's computer with this from my 
mother, children, nieces and nephews (and I don't even own stock in Intel!).


w3sz wrote:
> I have been running xlinrad on 64 bit Linux since late 2006/early
> 2007.  I currently have no issues and just ./configure and then 'make
> xlinrad'.
> Back in late 2006/early 2007 I made a webpage showing how to do it
> given the problems then extant.  I thought that Leif and the advances
> in the OS distros had made all of this unnecessary, but maybe not.  At
> some point the crash problem disappeared, but I don't know exactly
> when, as I didn't document when this problem disappeared [sorry!]
> For what they are worth [perhaps not much at this late date] my notes
> from those days of yore remain at:
> http://www.nitehawk.com/w3sz/64bitlinrad.html
> I haven't played with this stuff since Dec 2007 or Jan 2008 so I am
> admittedly way out of date at this point.
> 73,
> Roger Rehr
> W3SZ
> http://www.nitehawk.com/w3sz
> Quoting Leif Asbrink <leif@xxxxxxxxxx>:

ARRL SDR Working Group Chair
Member: ARRL, AMSAT, AMSAT-DL, TAPR, Packrats,
“Order and simplification are the first steps
toward the mastery of a subject.”, Mann

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