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  1. It's not related to latest vs. older. The patches don't require a login to download (even 2009 SP1 Patch). The full versions require logging in with an account with an active SSP. How does NI, the software's author, see it? Talk to them. If they give you the go-ahead, then go for it.
  2. I haven't tried WINE, but there is a Linux installer for non-community versions of LabVIEW: https://www.ni.com/en-us/support/downloads/software-products/download.labview.html#344886 (It uses RPM packages)
  3. Shorter alternative A, involving a console: > git branch -f <real_branch> > git checkout <real_branch> The first line forces real_branch's pointer to move from its old spot to your current spot. The second command moves your HEAD from your anonymous branch to your named branch. Shorter alternative B, involving a strong stomach: Delete <real_branch> (yes, you read that right). Create a branch called <real_branch> on the detached head commit. (If the original <real_branch> tracked a remote branch) In SourceTree's "Branches"
  4. You might need to try different models of keyboards. See my previous message: Some keyboards work, some don't. Also, after you plug the keyboard into your laptop, you must insert the keyboard into the VM (in VirtualBox, click Devices > USB > [Name of USB Keyboard]).
  5. You're almost there. The NI Linux Real-Time Recovery system is incompatible with the VM's keyboard^. When you reach the prompt, "Do you want to continue? [y/N]", make sure you have a physical USB keyboard connected to your PC. "Insert" it into your VM (on English VirtualBox, it's Devices > USB > [Name of USB Keyboard]), then use the USB keyboard to enter "y". You might need to try different keyboards; I found that: Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600 did not work Logitech K235 worked ^Earlier, you were able to select "Verbose mode" with the VM keyboard because yo
  6. I presume you mean the 3D Cartesian Coordinate Rotation VIs. The NI documentation has a decent description of what they do: https://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/371361R-01/gmath/3d_cartesian_coordinate_rotation_euler/ These are polymorphic VIs. By default, they take an array of coordinates. If you just want to rotate a single point, select the "Scalar" version of the VI (Put the subVI on your block diagram, then Right-click > Visible Items > Polymorphic VI Selector) The 3x3 matrix is the transformation matrix, which is a concept described in linear algebra. There
  7. Unicode has the ability to store text from multiple languages at the same time. For example, a Unicode file (or Unicode string) can contain French, Russian, Arabic, and Chinese texts simultaneously. However, when you "convert to ASCII"*, you lose that ability. The converter can only output text that matches your Windows locale. So, if your computer is set to a French locale, you cannot convert Russian text. You need a Russian VM to successfully convert Russian text. (*ASCII is not the correct name here, but I digress) Anyway, what version of LabVIEW are you using? If you
  8. Does a reboot fix things? If not, try clearing your font cache: https://winaero.com/blog/rebuild-font-cache-windows-10/
  9. As a workaround, you can transfer files into a USB stick from your host, and then attach the stick to your VM.
  10. Ah, you're right. Thanks for correcting me. That explains the why @Xin Li found that "some queries are not executed": If 2 web service VIs try to execute a write query at the same time, one of them will fail.with an SQLITE_BUSY error and the data is lost.
  11. Write extra code inside your web service VIs. The code should take all the query details (query type and parameters) and take all the SQL VI outputs (results, error clusters) and log them to a text file on disk. However, multiple VIs won't be able to open the log file simultaneously, so you should create a dedicated "consumer loop" in your application. Your web service VIs can pass the log data to the consumer loop via a queue. Although text files don't support concurrent writes, SQLite does. However, it is not bulletproof and it's possible for it to fail: https://www.sqlit
  12. Let your application log all queries to a file. Be sure to log the execution results and errors too. Are any queries missing? Do you see any errors?
  13. No problem. It's not clear to me: Does your lab already use a LIMS? Or does your supervisor want to introduce a new LIMS? The LIMS documentation will tell how how to integrate your test data into the LIMS. Read it to find out.
  14. Can you explain in more detail what you mean by "LIMS compatibility"? Which part(s) of a LIMS should the software talk to? What does your software do? Ask your supervisor for the LIMS technical manual or user manual. That should give you the technical details of the brand of LIMS that they're using. This webpage describes a LIMS in general: https://thirdwaveanalytics.com/blog/what-does-a-lims-do/
  15. Voted ages ago. Thanks for posting detailed instructions, @hooovahh: https://forums.ni.com/t5/NI-Linux-Real-Time-Discussions/NI-Linux-Real-Time-PXI-x86-VM/m-p/3561064/highlight/true?profile.language=en#M2107 That's what helped me get started in the first place!
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