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Test that gr-ctrlport is working properly by running the gr-blocks/examples/ctrlport/pfb_sync_test-qt.grc application in the source tree and the PREFIX/bin/gr-ctrlport-monitor python application (started automatically by pfb_sync_test-qt).
 
Test that gr-ctrlport is working properly by running the gr-blocks/examples/ctrlport/pfb_sync_test-qt.grc application in the source tree and the PREFIX/bin/gr-ctrlport-monitor python application (started automatically by pfb_sync_test-qt).
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== Hello gr-ctrlport ==
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The [http://doc.zeroc.com/display/Ice/Ice+Manual Ice Manual] contains a [http://doc.zeroc.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=5048454 Hello World application] that we can use as template.
  
 
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Revision as of 18:15, 2 April 2013

Tips & tricks about creating a custom client to gr-ctrlport enabled flow graph.

Enable gr-ctrlport

Add to ~/.gnuradio/config.conf

 [ControlPort]
 on = True
 edges_list = False
 config = /home/directory/.gnuradio/ctrlport.conf

Next, create ~/.gnuradio/ctrlport.conf (based on PREFIX/etc/gnuradio/ctrlport.conf.example):

 ControlPort.Endpoints = tcp -t 300 -h 127.0.0.1 -p 43243

Test that gr-ctrlport is working properly by running the gr-blocks/examples/ctrlport/pfb_sync_test-qt.grc application in the source tree and the PREFIX/bin/gr-ctrlport-monitor python application (started automatically by pfb_sync_test-qt).

Hello gr-ctrlport

The Ice Manual contains a Hello World application that we can use as template.