[srslte-users] srslte-users Digest, Vol 29, Issue 6

Robson Pereira robson.apereira at gmail.com
Fri Jul 7 05:28:30 UTC 2017


I get errors with LimeSDR while it works with USRP B210. I'm not sure if
this is a known issue...


~/srsLTE/build/lib/examples$ *./cell_search -b 20*
< ... >
Uploading DC/IQ calibration firmware
-- L
MCU Ref. clock: 30.72 MHz
MCU algorithm time: 215 ms
*Error code 0x1 was returned during streaming. Aborting.*
*Error code 0x1 was returned during streaming. Aborting.*


~/srsLTE/build/srsue/src$ *sudo ./srsue ue.conf.example*
< ... >
Rx calibration using RSSI INTERNAL ON BOARD loopback
Rx ch.A @ 2685 MHz, BW: 30 MHz, RF input: LNAL, PGA: 20, LNA: 15, TIA: 3
Rx calibration: using cached values
Rx calibration values found in cache:
| DC | GAIN | PHASE
---+-----+------+------
I: | 0 | 2047 | 0
Q: | 0 | 2047 |

*Searching for cell...*
*Searching for cell...*

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>    1. Re: limeSDR (Johann T.)
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> From: "Johann T." <johann.tzt at gmail.com>
> To: Justin Tallon <justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com>
> Cc: srslte-users at lists.softwareradiosystems.com
> Bcc:
> Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2017 16:20:47 +0200
> Subject: Re: [srslte-users] limeSDR
> Hi Justin,
>
> The SoapySDRUtil was not available. I guess I haven't fully installed the
> SoapySDR. I only ran "sudo apt-get install libsoapysdr-dev". My bad,
> sorry!
>
> It worked fine after I ran this command:
>
> sudo apt-get install soapysdr soapysdr-module-lms7
>
> Here is the output of SoapySDRUtil --find
>
> tno at snowwhite:~/test/srsLTE/build/lib/examples$ SoapySDRUtil --find
> ######################################################
> ## Soapy SDR -- the SDR abstraction library
> ######################################################
>
> Found device 0
>   addr = 1d50:6108
>   driver = lime
>   label = LimeSDR-USB [USB 3.0] 9062000C50C0D
>   media = USB 3.0
>   module = STREAM
>   name = LimeSDR-USB
>   serial = 0009062000C50C0D
>
> I could run the cell_search now, but the output was not as expected. There
> is an error while calling srslte_ue_sync_work(). Any ideas what went wrong?
>
> Thanks,
> Johann
>
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------------------------
>
> tno at snowwhite:~/test/srsLTE/build/lib/examples$ ./cell_search -b 20
> linux; GNU C++ version 5.4.0 20160609; Boost_105800;
> UHD_003.010.001.001-release
>
> Opening RF device...
> Opening USRP with args:
> Error opening UHD: code 11
> Soapy Has Found device #0: addr=1d50:6108, driver=lime, label=LimeSDR-USB
> [USB 3.0] 9062000C50C0D, media=USB 3.0, module=STREAM, name=LimeSDR-USB,
> serial=0009062000C50C0D,
> [INFO] Make connection: 'LimeSDR-USB [USB 3.0] 9062000C50C0D'
> [INFO] Estimated reference clock 30.7197 MHz
> [INFO] Selected reference clock 30.720 MHz
> [INFO] Device name: LimeSDR-USB
> [INFO] Reference: 30.72 MHz
> [INFO] Init LMS7002M(0)
> [INFO] LMS7002M cache /home/tno/.limesuite/LMS7002M_cache_values.db
> [INFO] Ver=7, Rev=1, Mask=1
> [INFO] LMS7002M calibration values caching Enable
> CGEN: Freq=80 MHz, VCO=2.56 GHz, INT=82, FRAC=349525, DIV_OUTCH_CGEN=15
> M=156, N=3, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> 16: FE AF AA
> 16: AA AA 7C
> phase: min 26.0; max 197.3; selected 111.6)
> M=156, N=3, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> M=182, N=7, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> 16: AA 5A 75
> 16: AA 52 D5
> phase: min 10.4; max 176.5; selected 93.5)
> M=182, N=7, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> M=156, N=3, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> 16: FE AF AA
> 16: AA AA 3C
> phase: min 26.0; max 197.3; selected 111.6)
> M=156, N=3, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> M=156, N=3, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> 16: 57 AD 3B
> 16: 26 DC 3D
> 19: AA 5A 75
> 16: AA 52 D5
> phase: min 20.8; max 176.5; selected 98.7)
> M=156, N=3, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> [INFO] Rx Filter calibrated from cache
> [INFO] Tx Filter calibrated from cache
> M=156, N=3, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> phase: min 5.2; max 360.0; selected 182.6)
> M=156, N=3, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> M=182, N=7, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> phase: min 5.2; max 360.0; selected 182.6)
> M=182, N=7, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> M=156, N=3, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> phase: min 5.2; max 360.0; selected 182.6)
> M=156, N=3, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> M=156, N=3, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> phase: min 5.2; max 360.0; selected 182.6)
> M=156, N=3, Fvco=1040.000 MHz
> [INFO] Rx Filter calibrated from cache
> [INFO] Tx Filter calibrated from cache
> SetFrequency using cache values vco:1, csw:206
> TODO: implement rf_soapy_rx_wait_lo_locked()
> [  0/299]: EARFCN 6150 Freq. 791.00 MHz looking for PSS.
> Using Volk machine: avx2_64_mmx_orc
> CGEN: Freq=245.76 MHz, VCO=2.4576 GHz, INT=79, FRAC=0, DIV_OUTCH_CGEN=4
> ############################################################
> Rx calibration using RSSI INTERNAL ON BOARD loopback
> Rx ch.A @  791 MHz, BW: 30 MHz, RF input: LNAL, PGA: 31, LNA: 15, TIA: 3
> Rx calibration: using cached values
> Rx calibration values found in cache:
>    | DC  | GAIN | PHASE
> ---+-----+------+------
> I: |   0 | 2047 | 0
> Q: |   0 | 2047 |
> ############################################################
> SetFrequency using cache values vco:1, csw:206
> TODO: implement rf_soapy_rx_wait_lo_locked()
> [  1/299]: EARFCN 6151 Freq. 791.10 MHz looking for PSS.
> ############################################################
> Rx calibration using RSSI INTERNAL ON BOARD loopback
> Rx ch.A @ 791.1 MHz, BW: 30 MHz, RF input: LNAL, PGA: 31, LNA: 15, TIA: 3
> Rx calibration: using cached values
> Rx calibration values found in cache:
>    | DC  | GAIN | PHASE
> ---+-----+------+------
> I: |   0 | 2047 | 0
> Q: |   0 | 2047 |
> ############################################################
> Rx pktLoss: ts diff: 17680  pktLoss: 12
> SetFrequency using cache values vco:1, csw:206
> TODO: implement rf_soapy_rx_wait_lo_locked()
> [  2/299]: EARFCN 6152 Freq. 791.20 MHz looking for PSS.
> ############################################################
> Rx calibration using RSSI INTERNAL ON BOARD loopback
> Rx ch.A @ 791.2 MHz, BW: 30 MHz, RF input: LNAL, PGA: 31, LNA: 15, TIA: 3
> Rx calibration: using cached values
> Rx calibration values found in cache:
>    | DC  | GAIN | PHASE
> ---+-----+------+------
> I: |   0 | 2047 | 0
> Q: |   0 | 2047 |
> ############################################################
> Rx pktLoss: ts diff: 20400  pktLoss: 14
> SetFrequency using cache values vco:1, csw:206
> TODO: implement rf_soapy_rx_wait_lo_locked()
> [  3/299]: EARFCN 6153 Freq. 791.30 MHz looking for PSS.
> ############################################################
> Rx calibration using RSSI INTERNAL ON BOARD loopback
> Rx ch.A @ 791.3 MHz, BW: 30 MHz, RF input: LNAL, PGA: 31, LNA: 15, TIA: 3
> Rx calibration: using cached values
> Rx calibration values found in cache:
>    | DC  | GAIN | PHASE
> ---+-----+------+------
> I: |   0 | 2047 | 0
> Q: |   0 | 2047 |
> ############################################################
> Rx pktLoss: ts diff: 20400  pktLoss: 14
> SetFrequency using cache values vco:1, csw:206
> TODO: implement rf_soapy_rx_wait_lo_locked()
> [  4/299]: EARFCN 6154 Freq. 791.40 MHz looking for PSS.
> ############################################################
> Rx calibration using RSSI INTERNAL ON BOARD loopback
> Rx ch.A @ 791.4 MHz, BW: 30 MHz, RF input: LNAL, PGA: 31, LNA: 15, TIA: 3
> Rx calibration: using cached values
> Rx calibration values found in cache:
>    | DC  | GAIN | PHASE
> ---+-----+------+------
> I: |   0 | 2047 | 0
> Q: |   0 | 2047 |
> ############################################################
> [INFO] L 1447040
> Rx pktLoss: ts diff: 20400  pktLoss: 14
> SetFrequency using cache values vco:1, csw:206
> TODO: implement rf_soapy_rx_wait_lo_locked()
> [  5/299]: EARFCN 6155 Freq. 791.50 MHz looking for PSS.
> ############################################################
> Rx calibration using RSSI INTERNAL ON BOARD loopback
> Rx ch.A @ 791.5 MHz, BW: 30 MHz, RF input: LNAL, PGA: 31, LNA: 15, TIA: 3
> Rx calibration: using cached values
> Rx calibration values found in cache:
>    | DC  | GAIN | PHASE
> ---+-----+------+------
> I: |   0 | 2047 | 0
> Q: |   0 | 2047 |
> ############################################################
> Rx pktLoss: ts diff: 20400  pktLoss: 14
> Rx: 5.500 MB/s
> TODO: implement rf_soapy_rx_wait_lo_locked()
> [  6/299]: EARFCN 6156 Freq. 791.60 MHz looking for PSS.
> ############################################################
> Rx calibration using RSSI INTERNAL ON BOARD loopback
> Rx ch.A @ 791.6 MHz, BW: 30 MHz, RF input: LNAL, PGA: 31, LNA: 15, TIA: 3
> Performed by: MCU
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> MCU algorithm time: 10 ms
> Current MCU firmware: 127, unknown
> Uploading DC/IQ calibration firmware
> MCU programming : 16384/16384
> MCU Programming finished, 827 ms
> MCU Ref. clock: 30.72 MHz
> Rx: 0.589 MB/s
> MCU algorithm time: 208 ms
> Rx: 0.066 MB/s
> Rx: 0.000 MB/s
> Error receiving samples
> Error calling srslte_ue_sync_work()
> Rx: 0.000 MB/s
> Error receiving samples
> Error calling srslte_ue_sync_work()
> Rx: 0.000 MB/s
> Error receiving samples
> Error calling srslte_ue_sync_work()
> TODO: implement rf_soapy_rx_wait_lo_locked()
> [  7/299]: EARFCN 6157 Freq. 791.70 MHz looking for PSS.
> ############################################################
> Rx calibration using RSSI INTERNAL ON BOARD loopback
> Rx ch.A @ 791.7 MHz, BW: 30 MHz, RF input: LNAL, PGA: 31, LNA: 15, TIA: 3
> Performed by: MCU
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> MCU algorithm time: 1 ms
> Current MCU firmware: 3, DC/IQ calibration full
> MCU Ref. clock: 30.72 MHz
> MCU algorithm time: 208 ms
> Rx pktLoss: ts diff: 34000  pktLoss: 24
> Rx pktLoss: ts diff: 2129760  pktLoss: 1565
> Rx: 0.426 MB/s
> ^CSIGINT received. Exiting...
> Rx: 0.000 MB/s
> Error receiving samples
> Error calling srslte_ue_sync_work()
> Rx: 0.000 MB/s
> Error receiving samples
> Error calling srslte_ue_sync_work()
>
>
> Found 0 cells
>
> Bye
>
>
>
>
> On Thu, Jul 6, 2017 at 3:49 PM, Justin Tallon <justin.tallon@
> softwareradiosystems.com> wrote:
>
>> Hey Johann!
>>
>> Could you try run  :
>>
>> SoapySDRUtil --find
>>
>> from your command line and see if it finds your device?
>>
>> Regards,
>> Justin
>>
>> ____
>> Justin Tallon Ph.D.
>>
>> Software Radio Systems (SRS)
>> http://www.softwareradiosystems.com
>>
>> +353-86-067-0753 <+353%2086%20067%200753> |
>> justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com
>>
>> On Thu, Jul 6, 2017 at 1:42 PM, Johann T. <johann.tzt at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Justin,
>>>
>>> Thanks for your quick response.
>>>
>>> I attached here the output from the cmake. It seemed that the soapySDR
>>> module was properly detected.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Johann
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Thu, Jul 6, 2017 at 11:13 AM, Justin Tallon <
>>> justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hey Johann!
>>>>
>>>> Could you possibly delete CMakeCache.txt from your build directory and
>>>> run cmake again and send me the terminal output?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks!
>>>> Justin
>>>>
>>>> ____
>>>> Justin Tallon Ph.D.
>>>>
>>>> Software Radio Systems (SRS)
>>>> http://www.softwareradiosystems.com
>>>>
>>>> +353-86-067-0753 <+353%2086%20067%200753> |
>>>> justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com
>>>>
>>>> On Thu, Jul 6, 2017 at 9:56 AM, Johann T. <johann.tzt at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>
>>>>> Previously I have used srslte with USRP B210 and it worked perfectly.
>>>>> I have just received my limeSDR and I would like to use srslte with it.
>>>>>
>>>>> I have followed the installation procedures as described in this
>>>>> thread. The cmake and make were completed without errors and the
>>>>> libSoapySDR.so is there in the /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ folder.
>>>>> However, when I started the cell_search example, it complained that no
>>>>> compatible device was found.
>>>>>
>>>>> Any suggestions what could be the issue? Do I need to change something
>>>>> in the code?
>>>>>
>>>>> Many thanks!
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards,
>>>>> Johann
>>>>>
>>>>> PS: Both examples from the LimeSuiteGUI worked fine and my machine is
>>>>> running Ubuntu 16.04.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 5:20 PM, Justin Tallon <
>>>>> justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> no problem!
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Justin
>>>>>>
>>>>>> ____
>>>>>> Justin Tallon Ph.D.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Software Radio Systems (SRS)
>>>>>> http://www.softwareradiosystems.com
>>>>>>
>>>>>> +353-86-067-0753 <+353%2086%20067%200753> |
>>>>>> justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 4:20 PM, Nicola Bui <nicola.bui at imdea.org>
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> You are right. It worked.
>>>>>>> I was looking for soapysdr-dev, that's why I could not find it.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Nicola Bui
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Research Engineer
>>>>>>> IMDEA Networks Institute
>>>>>>> Av. Mar del Mediterraneo, 22
>>>>>>> 28918 - Leganés (Madrid) - Spain
>>>>>>> mobile: +34 657 633 987 <+34%20657%2063%2039%2087>
>>>>>>> phone: +34 91 481 6986 <+34%20914%2081%2069%2086>
>>>>>>> fax: +34 481 6965
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 11:17 AM, Justin Tallon <
>>>>>>> justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Cool,
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Could you try run
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> sudo apt-get install libsoapysdr-dev
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> and then delete your CMakeCache.txt file from your build folder and
>>>>>>>> re run cmake ?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Thanks!
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Justin
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> ____
>>>>>>>> Justin Tallon Ph.D.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Software Radio Systems (SRS)
>>>>>>>> http://www.softwareradiosystems.com
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> +353-86-067-0753 <+353%2086%20067%200753> |
>>>>>>>> justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 4:15 PM, Nicola Bui <nicola.bui at imdea.org>
>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Here you are:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:myriadrf/drivers
>>>>>>>>> sudo apt-get update
>>>>>>>>> sudo apt-get install limesuite limesuite-udev limesuite-images
>>>>>>>>> sudo apt-get install soapysdr soapysdr-module-lms7
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Nicola Bui
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Research Engineer
>>>>>>>>> IMDEA Networks Institute
>>>>>>>>> Av. Mar del Mediterraneo, 22
>>>>>>>>> 28918 - Leganés (Madrid) - Spain
>>>>>>>>> mobile: +34 657 633 987 <+34%20657%2063%2039%2087>
>>>>>>>>> phone: +34 91 481 6986 <+34%20914%2081%2069%2086>
>>>>>>>>> fax: +34 481 6965
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 11:13 AM, Justin Tallon <
>>>>>>>>> justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> I believe that there is also meant to be a libSoapySDR.so file
>>>>>>>>>> present alongside them.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> Can you recall all the apt-get commands that you have used to
>>>>>>>>>> install Soapy?
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> ____
>>>>>>>>>> Justin Tallon Ph.D.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> Software Radio Systems (SRS)
>>>>>>>>>> http://www.softwareradiosystems.com
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> +353-86-067-0753 <+353%2086%20067%200753> |
>>>>>>>>>> justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 4:09 PM, Nicola Bui <nicola.bui at imdea.org
>>>>>>>>>> > wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> Yes, it is. But the name is libSoapySDR.so.0.6 or
>>>>>>>>>>> libSoapySDR.so.0.6.0.
>>>>>>>>>>> Is it just a bad link?
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> Nicola Bui
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> Research Engineer
>>>>>>>>>>> IMDEA Networks Institute
>>>>>>>>>>> Av. Mar del Mediterraneo, 22
>>>>>>>>>>> 28918 - Leganés (Madrid) - Spain
>>>>>>>>>>> mobile: +34 657 633 987 <+34%20657%2063%2039%2087>
>>>>>>>>>>> phone: +34 91 481 6986 <+34%20914%2081%2069%2086>
>>>>>>>>>>> fax: +34 481 6965
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 11:06 AM, Justin Tallon <
>>>>>>>>>>> justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> Hey Nicola!
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> Can you confirm that the libSoapySDR.so is present in your
>>>>>>>>>>>> /usr/lib/ or /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ folder ?
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> I would not recommend installing source versions on top of
>>>>>>>>>>>> binary installations as this can cause conflicts that produce problems down
>>>>>>>>>>>> the line.
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> Justin
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> ____
>>>>>>>>>>>> Justin Tallon Ph.D.
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> Software Radio Systems (SRS)
>>>>>>>>>>>> http://www.softwareradiosystems.com
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> +353-86-067-0753 <+353%2086%20067%200753> |
>>>>>>>>>>>> justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 3:57 PM, Nicola Bui <
>>>>>>>>>>>> nicola.bui at imdea.org> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> I installed soapy, too.
>>>>>>>>>>>>> The cmake log is attached.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Nicola Bui
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Research Engineer
>>>>>>>>>>>>> IMDEA Networks Institute
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Av. Mar del Mediterraneo, 22
>>>>>>>>>>>>> 28918 - Leganés (Madrid) - Spain
>>>>>>>>>>>>> mobile: +34 657 633 987 <+34%20657%2063%2039%2087>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> phone: +34 91 481 6986 <+34%20914%2081%2069%2086>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> fax: +34 481 6965
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>> On Wed, Jun 14, 2017 at 10:50 AM, Justin Tallon <
>>>>>>>>>>>>> justin.tallon at softwareradiosystems.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Hey Nicola!
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Could you post the output of your cmake ?
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Thanks!
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Justin
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> On 14 Jun 2017 5:41 p.m., "Nicola Bui" <nicola.bui at imdea.org>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Dear all,
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I am trying to make srsLTE work with LimeSDR, but cmake does
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> not find the LimeSuite package.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I am running it on a ubuntu 16.04 pc, limesuite is installed
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> and I correctly went through the tutorial examples of the LimeSuiteGui
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> (both the selfloop and the reception).
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Any suggestions before I am trying installing limesuite from
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> the sources?
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Nicola Bui
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Research Engineer
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> IMDEA Networks Institute
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Av. Mar del Mediterraneo, 22
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 28918 - Leganés (Madrid) - Spain
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> mobile: +34 657 633 987 <+34%20657%2063%2039%2087>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> phone: +34 91 481 6986 <+34%20914%2081%2069%2086>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> fax: +34 481 6965
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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