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Hey All, I am now trying for weeks to setup Gnuradio Companion (3.7.5) with my RTL 2832U... I installed the RTL-SDR and the gr-osmosdr driver as described on Osmocom's Website. "rtl_test -t" works as well as "osmocom_fft -a rtl=0 -v -f 100e6 -s 2.4e6 -g 15" so I think those drivers are properly installed. Nevertheless no source blocks appear in Gnuradio Companion. So does anyone know what I did wrong or what I could try? Is there a fault in the cmake process of gr-osmosdr (cmake output: http://textuploader.com/651n )? Do I need those disabled components: Osmocom IQ Imbalance Correction,
I've spent countless hours trying to get GNURadio-Companion to install along with the needed "source blocks" to make an RTL-SDR Dongle work. Online documention on this is very poor. But I've got it to work, and just for fun I did it twice! This How-To assumes you're running a freshly installed Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS & assumes you're sort of a newbie to Linux as I am. Below are the commands you type, do not include the quote signs. 1) Log into a desktop terminal 2) Make sure you're in your home directory by typing "cd ~" 3) Type "sudo apt-get install git-core" 4) Type "sudo apt-get install