I’ve spent some time putting together a live-boot system for LimeSDR tooling.
This allows you to boot into a pre-built operating system pre-loaded with LimeSDR, gnuradio, gqrx, etc from a USB thumb-drive (or an emulator like VirtualBox)
This is delivered as both a linux shell script, and a pre-built iso file for amd64 architecture. This project leverages the debian live project to compile a bootable ISO compatible with BIOS and UEFI devices.
I’ve been able to successfully utilize:
- LimeSuiteGui, LimeQuickTest, LimeUtil
This image also provides GnuRadio 3.8, but I’ve not spent time with that tool yet
After logging into the live-boot sytem, open the ‘terminal’ program in order to execute the programs like LimeSuiteGui and GQRX