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  1. The task is simple - call Florence virtual keyboard on a CompactRIO programmatically but I must be overlooking something as I cannot get it to work... I have Florence installed with opkg and I also made a little bash script to call it. When I execute it from CompactRIO terminal - everything works but if I try to call the script from my application using SytemExec VI - I get the echo output from my script and the error code is 0 but the virtual keyboard does not start. Seems like a trivial problem but I am stuck here... Can someone explain to me what I've done wrong here and/or, maybe, suggest a better way of doing it, please?
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