Linux linux-yxjo 5.3.18-59.37-default #1 SMP Mon Nov 22 12:29:04 UTC 2021 (d10168e) x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
The compiler selected to build GNU Radio (GCC version 7.5.0 : /usr/bin/c++)
is older than that officially supported (9.3.0 minimum). This build may or
not work. We highly recommend using a more recent GCC version.
# Status Package | Summary | Installed (Available) | 5
[Keep] gcc-c++ | The system GNU C++ Compiler | 7-3.9.1 |
[Keep] gcc10-c++ | The GNU C++ Compiler | 10.3.0+git1587-1.6.4 | 25.9 MiB
[Keep] gcc7-c++ | The GNU C++ Compiler | 7.5.0+r278197-4.30.1 | 23.9 MiB
I thought that deleting rev 7 would be the way to go but yast2 indicated a large number of files would be deleted. Best to check with the forum first.
You can have multiple versions of gcc compilers installed in leap 15.3, e.g., cpp 10, 9, 8, 7. They’re available through Yast software management and zypper. They coexist in /usb/bin/ as gcc-XX.
You can tell make or cmake for the gnuradio code what compiler to use with cmake -D settings for CMAKE_C_COMPILER=x.x.x and CMAKE_CXX_COMPILER=x.x.x Might take some trial and error. I wouldn’t delete default gcc/cppp. Install others. Looks like cpp-9 and cpp-10 might work for gnuradio.
Hope you can get your compilation done. You got me intrigued and I started looking at gnuradio. Might be fun to try. I might be trying to compile it myself.
Not proper place to discuss gnuradio but if I was to go further, I would be concerned about antenna requirements. I am in assisted living facility with no ability to install any type of outdoor antenna. Can you receive anything interesting with simple indoor antenna or even wifi antenna.