gcc-10 has problems compiling radioberry software.
sudo apt install gcc-9
as a "kludge" in the terminal and it compiles the code. (May be one way
to do that is to do insert it in the radioberry_install.sh file after
downloading the radioberry_install.sh before executing it) Somewhere
around the line 73:
> /sudo systemctl stop radioberry gives no errors
> /sudo radioberry errors with command not found ==>
> see the wiki; there must be an error during install/
> sudo systemctl start radioberry gives no errors/
> Hope this helps
> 73 Johan
> Op dinsdag 28 december 2021 om 18:13:56 UTC+1
> schreef pmh...@gmail.com
> I bought a new RPi4 from Canakit, and a
> Radioberry from overseas. Radioberry looks
> visually OK with no obvious solder issues.
> The first time I tried loading the software it
> found two devices, but there was no active input
> Now it does not discover the board at all.
> Repeated installs do not change the problem.
> Below is the order of work. Any help would be
> greatly appreciated.
> /Fresh install
> update OS as part of install process
> installing dev version/
> /Claimed it installed successfully but with a
> number of unused variable warnings
> /installing pihpsdr
> going back to root so cd /tmp will work..../
> /cd /tmp
> /choosing wdsp since prior installations showed
> it was needed/
> /redoing ./radioberr_install.sh and choosing
> pihpsdr, no CW
> (long time processing, downloading and installing)
> /one warning about midi events
> completed successfully, with one warning
> icon is on desktop.... selecting execute, normal
> opening processes.... no local devices found.
> using 127.0.0.1 , no devices found./
> sudo systemctl stop radioberry gives no errors
> sudo radioberry errors with command not found
> sudo systemctl start radioberry gives no errors
> rebooting gives no change
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