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  1. You could add additional I/O to the Pi by connecting Arduinos to it. If you install LINX on the Arduino(s), your deployed LabVIEW application can control I/O on the Pi AND on the Arduino(s) using the LINX toolkit. I haven't done this personally (I'm using another home-grown method), so I don't have a "How To" for it. However, I know that I've stumbled on the above idea in one of my recent Google searches.
  2. As an individual of alternative-handedness, I find this thread and its comparison to my suffering by the majority in a right-handed dominated world to be offensive. 😁 Nah... we lefties improvise, adapt, and overcome. <Insert meme featuring Bear Grylls here>
  3. I'm attempting to get LabVIEW 2018 along with DAQmx and VISA installed on a machine (virtual) running Centos7 and am wondering if anyone else is doing similar. The main problems I've run into, by following NI's instructions for DAQmx and LabVIEW 2018 support is that it appears some of the DAQmx tools don't install (e.g. "lsdaq") and the additional NI software doesn't appear in the "Applications >> National Instruments" Gnome GUI menu. I can access serial devices once NI VISA is installed (after adding myself to the "dialout" group), but cannot see or access any DAQmx devices using their method in the link above. I have had some success using previous versions of DAQmx for Linux, but ran into issues and conflicts between modules used VISA and DAQmx. At any rate... I'm wondering if anyone has gotten something LV2018, VISA and DAQmx to work on Centos7 or RHEL7 yet... and if so, what issues/fixes/workarounds you had to do in order to get it to work.
  4. What type of serial communication are you using? RS232, RS485, RS422, I2C, SPI, ETC? The type you are using will determine whether it's physically possible to have multiple masters/slaves on the same connection. If you're using a compatible serial connection, yes... LabVIEW can do what you're asking. As far as how... there are already lots of examples built into LabVIEW and on the internet.
  5. Your request is too vague. Please provide more information as gb119 had stated, otherwise we won't be able (or willing) to help you. Your request reads like: "Hey, I want you to help me come up with a thing that does stuff for free by the end of the month. Okay? Bye-bye!" Otherwise, it seems like you're (vaguely) asking for either free labor or trying to get someone to complete a homework assignment for you.
  6. Okay... I'll bite just because I'm curious. While I was reading your post on how you fixed it, I was thinking of all of the times that I've reviewed code and shook my head when I see that type of programming.
  7. How specifically are you trying to create the folder? I'm using LabVIEW 2016 on Windows 7 and just tried creating a folder named "Blah 1.1" on my desktop. I did it using the "Create Folder" node located in the "File I/O" >> "Adv File Funcs" palette and it worked for me. If you're using Windows 10 and LV 2017, I'm not sure if one of those could be the culprit.
  8. With good reason! We "y's" are pretty sketchy.
  9. I think he'll be cool with it.
  10. I tried to log into the Wiki using my LAVA username/password and it wouldn't let me. So then, I tried to reset my password by specifying my username and email address. It said that there was no email address recorded for my username. Next, I tried creating an account with my username, and of course it won't let me since "Bryan" already exists. So, I gave up and went with "SouthPaw". But, I would still like to access the Wiki under my LAVA username. Would it be possible for a Wiki admin to make that happen? If it's too much of a pain, I can just stick with "SouthPaw".
  11. Loving this central location of organized and searchable LabVIEW knowledge! (Just like LAVA.😁) I've made a couple of small contributions to this so far. Mostly clicking on "Random Article" and reviewing it for typos and broken links. I set somewhat of a personal goal of trying to do this at least once per workday. Every little bit helps, right? Granted, they're not contributions on a grand scale yet, (i.e I'm not creating articles, etc.) but maybe I'll get there. This is my first time contributing to a Wiki of any kind, so I'm a n00b at it.
  12. Judging by the poll results thus far, it looks like there is a LOT of interest in having a LAVA code repository for those that are not using VIPM Pro. That's to be expected though. If a public repository were to be set up somewhere, I'm assuming that JKI would have the option of adding it to the list of canned repositories for the Pro and Free versions if they so choose.
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