gr-iio package under 20.04 built for wrong gnuradio

Thomas Ward teward at
Tue Mar 23 00:14:51 UTC 2021

You should file a bug against the package, then, rather than email the 
devel discuss list.  This is the type of thing where you should file a 
bug, rather than just an email.


On 3/19/21 12:55 PM, Jason Gallicchio wrote:
> The gr-iio package is compiled in a way that's compatible with 
> gnuradio3.7, but gnuradio3.8 is the version in 20.04.
> The most popular reason to install this is for students to use Analog 
> Device's PlutoSDR with gnuradio. Analog Device's instructions involve 
> cloning the "upgrade-3.8" branch of gr-iio, which seems to not be what 
> was done in the Ubuntu package:
> <>
> All of the other required packages in 20.04 are appropriate--gr-iio is 
> the only one that my students must build from source to fix this issue.
> In more detail, the 20.04 gr-iio package supplies .xml files like
> /usr/share/gnuradio/grc/blocks/iio_pluto_sink.xml
> but gnuradio3.8 has switched to .yml files. Making the upgrade-3.8 
> branch, creates files like
> .../share/gnuradio/grc/blocks/iio_pluto_source.block.yml
> Apologies if this was not appropriate for this list or didn't contain 
> the right information, but it's the first time I'm suggesting a 
> package bug fix.
> Thanks,
> Jason
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