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Hello, I'm trying to open an HTML file in google chrome via the VI System Exec.vi under NI Linux, for this I had to install the "xdg-utils" package. With the Linux terminal the command "xdg-open [file path] works fine. However, when I execute the code with LabVIEW the VI returns the following error (standard error indicator): /usr/bin/xdg-open: line 779: www-browser: command not found /usr/bin/xdg-open: line 779: links2: command not found /usr/bin/xdg-open: line 779: elinks: command not found /usr/bin/xdg-open: line 779: links: command not found /usr/bin/xdg-open: line 779: lynx: command not found /usr/bin/xdg-open: line 779: w3m: command not found xdg-open: no method available for opening '/home/lvuser/Desktop/Reports/20221128/FileHTML.html' After some research I understood that this was due to the fact that the default opening of the file is not goole chrome. So I executed the following commands in the terminal: - xdg-mime query default x-scheme-handle/http - xdg-mime query default x-scheme-handle/https - xdg-mime query default text/html But nothing does with LabVIEW it does not work but works with the Linux terminal. I join you the code (using LabVIEW 2020). Thanks for your feedback. code.vi
... to provide us with an upgrade to our software which we bought back in 2017. And this is going on for more than a year now. The story is simple - our company bought a license for NI EMBEDDED CONTROL AND MONITORING SOFTWARE SUITE, USB, SPR17, Rev 007, 2017.06.07 and we successfully downloaded the SP1 upgrade later on. The next year we bought a subscription to LabView 2018 but did not renew it for 2019 and went back to using 2017. Meanwhile our downloaded SP1 files gone missing. "No problem" - we thought - "We'll just go to the NI website and download our SP1." https://www.ni.com/en-ca/support/downloads/software-products/download.embedded-control-and-monitoring-software-suite.html#306390 Not that fast! To download previous versions of LabView you need an active subscription. OK... So, how do you get missing pieces for your software you have a license for if you do not have an active subscription? We contacted NI and their representative Newark and asked them for help... Long story short - we are still waiting for a resolution. Meanwhile, I see no other option but to ask the community for help if NI is so ignorant. Maybe some of the members can share their LabView 2017 SP1 installation files? I don't think it will be a copyright violation or something - what can you do with it without the license? In any case, I would greatly appreciate any input and, maybe, perhaps an advise or a comment. https://www.ni.com/en-ca/shop/software/products/embedded-control-and-monitoring-software-suite.html We are looking for: 1. LabView2017SP1-WinEng 2. 2017SP1RealTime-WinEng 3. 2017SP1FPGAModule-WinEng 4. 2017SP1XILINXCompilationTools Best Regards.
Bonjour, Je recherche pour une mission chez un équipementier aéronautique en région parisienne un(e) ingénieur(e) LabVIEW expérimenté(e). Compétences souhaitées : LabVIEW RT et LabVIEW FPGA. Une connaissance des bus de communication CAN, ARINC et AFDX ainsi que de TestStand serait fortement appreciée. Disponibilité ASAP Contactez-moi en MP ou par Mail : email@example.com Jean LINISA Certified LabVIEW Architect Consultant
Hello, everyone! I wanted to introduce the new MH-LCD-216, the very first cRIO display module. This is something that we know a lot of people have been asking for, so we are very excited to offer this new module to the LabVIEW community. We debuted the MH-LCD-216 at NI Week 2012 and the positive feedback was overwhelming. The website below has additional information and don't hesitate to give me a call or post here with any questions. MH-LCD-216 cRIO Display Module Happy compiling! Jpeg