Report zeromq - simple fast lightweight communication - does it fill a gap in NIs offering? in Remote Control, Monitoring and the Internet Posted December 21, 2018 · Edited December 21, 2018 by smithd 2 hours ago, Rolf Kalbermatter said: NI still provides Eclipse installations to cross compile shared libraries for their NI Linux RT based hardware targets. http://www.ni.com/download/labview-real-time-module-2014/4846/en/ http://www.ni.com/download/labview-real-time-module-2017/6731/en/ Yeah they are still available, but I'm saying I've seen the NI guys on the linuxrt forum suggest target compilation. Can't find it now of course. In actuality the compilation part isn't much different -- running vim over ssh on an arm crio is approximately as painful as using eclipse. The part that is more difficult is the configure step. ZeroMQ has a ton of optional settings (which event mode to use? select, poll, epoll, kqueue... security? they have an NaCl based encryption scheme...etc.). You can technically figure out each one, but copying to the target and running configure is a looooot easier.