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[Linrad] Re: LINRAD and SDR IQ

Hi Leif ,

thanks for your quick answer.

I loaded the libasound2-dev ; /configure was ok , but compilation was again
generating error ; the error log is pretty long so I report only the first 3
rows ; maybe would be enough for you to understand :

lsetad.c: in function "lir_sdr14_write":
lsetad.c:316: error: ignoring return valur of "write", declared with 
attribute warn_unused_result
lsetad.c : i function "display_sdi":

73 de i0naa, Mario

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Leif Asbrink" <leif@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2009 10:16 PM
Subject: [Linrad] Re: LINRAD and SDR IQ

> Hi Mario,
>> I found that I had a problem of  "double installation" .
> ????
> That is not possible.
>> When I started to try to load Linrad I found few probelms and I decided
>> to
>> go with the Debian Linrad distribution from Roger W3SZ. This was working.
>> But I think this Deb distr do not have the update for SDR-IQ. SO maybe
>> this
>> is the problem of the error I was finding.
> Maybe. Originally Linrad only supported SDR-14.
>> So  I tried again to compile and install thinking that the "make" command
>> would have replaced the Deb dist. Apparently I was succesfull in
>> compiling
>> but this was not true and typing the command "linrad" I was always
>> running
>> the Deb distro even if the compilation was ok.
> Linux comes in distributions of many generations, that is why I do
> not distribute the linrad executable file. One always has to compile
> Linrad on the same computer on which it will be used. (Now, that
> is of course not quite right, the executable file can be moved between
> computers that use the same generation of compilers, sound system etc.)
>> I decided to restart from scractch and I reloded UBUNTU and tried again
>> to
>> go to compilation again ( skipping Deb ), but I am stuck with following
>> error :
>>  when I execute the "make linrad" : I receive following error
>> make : *** [lsetad.ol ] Error 1
> Linrad can not compile the file lsetad.c because some file is missing
> on your system. Presumably your UBUNTU misses the package libasound2-dev
> which is necessary for compilation on a computer where Linrad detected
> an ALSA sound system (when ./configure was run)
>> If I execute "make sdr14" compilation seems to be ok but when I try to
>> exectute system says "command not found".
>> I am using UBUNTU 8.1
> Yes, you have no linrad executable so the ./linrad command is not
> available.
> UBUNTU is designed for office users. It does not have compilers and
> normally
> used libraries by default (I think)
> try: apt-get install libasound2-dev
> The problem is that different distributions may have their files
> at different places. I do not know enough of Linux to be able to
> extend the configure script so it can decide whether the sound system
> libraries and header files are completely installed. Surely I can easily
> do that for Debian (and so also for UBUNTU) but that could cause
> errors on other distributions of which I do not know enough.
> 73
> Leif / SM5BSZ
> >

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