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  1. I upgraded to Kali 2.0 when it came out however GQRX which used to work well on Kali 1 but now doesn't work at all. As anyone else had this problem, and could give me any advice on how to fix it. Thanks Edit: after trying to reinstall GQRX I get an error saying gnuradio-audio was not found. I have libgnuradio-audio installed. Could this be the problem?
  2. Linux Depending on your architecture it should be available within your package-manager, maybe me should pad this out in following posts below? As of Kali 1.0.5 it should be installed by default. http://www.kali.org/news/kali-linux-software-defined-radio-support/ OSX Either download the software from this website GQRX or if you have macports: port install gqrx Mac ports is preferred is it will install all necessary dependancies! like: gnuradio and gr-osmosdr (drivers for RTLSDR) It should then appear within Applications! Very point and click orientated - very easy to use. EDIT: You can also use brew instead of macports; but I'm more familiar with macports!
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