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  1. I have installed Labview 2020 on Dedian Buster using the rpm to deb conversion method via alien. Due to Architecture mismatch i deleted the *i386.rpm files before conversion. My Problem is that after creating a project at "Build Specification"-> "rigth click" i am only able to select "Source Distribution". Application does not show up as an option. I will be grateful for any suggestions. Thank you in advance.
  2. Out of the box text in the icon editor looks awful. (See attached image, which is better looking than most.) (Yes, even with small fonts: https://forums.ni.com/t5/Linux-Users/Labview-Icons-under-GNOME/gpm-p/3379530.) Details: LabVIEW 2016 64-bit, CentOS 7 Linux OS We have tried many things to get this to work, to no avail. Does anyone have a solution?
  3. I wanted to cross post metux's discovery here asap, and have a separate discussion. Metux's original post: The recent Linux driver package introduces a CRITICAL security vulnerability: http://www.ni.com/download/ni-linux-device-drivers-2018/7664/en/ It adds additional yum/zypper repos, but explicitly disabling package signing and using unencrypted HTTP transport. That way, it's pretty trivial to completely takeover the affected systems, by injecting malicious packages. DO NOT INSTALL THIS BROKEN SOFTWARE - IT IS DANGEROUS ! CERT
  4. More out of curiosity than of hope: has anybody any idea why SVs are almost unsupported on linux? By almost I mean that controls and indicators cannot be bound to shared variables, and that shared variables cannot be programmatically created and looked up. I know that SVs hosted on windows can be accessed in linux LV using datasocket nodes, but that is all it gets. And it has been said that datasocket is despicable. What are the missing pieces that make SV windows-only? I didn't find much in the canonical places, so I posted a dumb zero-kudos attracting idea.
  5. Hi everybody, Currently working on VeriStand custom devices, I'm facing a 'huge' problem when debugging the code I make for the Linux RT Target. The console is not availbale on such targets, and I do not want to fall back to the serial port and Hyperterminal-like programs (damn we are in the 21st century !! )... Several years ago (2014 if I remember well) I posted an request on the Idea Exchange forum on NI's website to get back the console on Linux targets. NI agreed with the idea and it is 'in development' since then. Seems to be so hard to do that it takes years to have this simpl
  6. Hi LAVA, I need your help! I've recently started updating a system from LV8.6 to 2011SP1, and have ended up in confusion. I deploy the system as executables on two different machines running Linux Ubuntu, one a laptop with a single processor and the other a panel PC with two processors. What happens is the on the first, single-processor computer I see a dramatic fall in the use of the CPU. The other in contrast shows a dramatic raise in CPU usage. The computers do not have LV installed, only the RTE:s. Machine1 (1* Intel® Celeron® CPU 900 @ 2.20GHz): CPU% with LV8.6: 63% CPU% with 2011SP
  7. Hello All, I am developing the application for Linux using LabVIEW For Linux under openSUSE 12.1 & 11.4 versions. My application would be a stand alone application running on the system. What I want to achieve is :- a). An application which would serve the tasks defined by user and will do that tasks continuously. Here this system with LabVIEW application will be acting as the Server. b). Another application which would act as user interface to client for configuring the tasks & this tasks will be sent to Server System as mentioned in point no. a. Here the La
  8. Hey guys, I am currently having some issues with a FPGA program with Softmotion not compiling. We are running out of options in terms of how to get this FPGA program compiled. So my question is does compiling on Linux have a different probability of compiling FPGAs? I have heard that Xilinx Compiler is meant for Linux so it runs more efficiently and faster, so I was just wondering if the compile method was different as well
  9. Mostly for fun, I have concocted a way of acquiring video using Labview for linux, to mend for the unavailability of IMAQdx. The idea is to grab via v4l2, actually through the handler libv4l2, and to display simply via the picture control. I have tested this for the moment only with webcams at 640x480 on LV11 and 13 (both 32bits) on two different installations of Ubuntu 12.04 64bits, and it works. This means v4l-utils 0.8.6-1ubuntu2, 32bit. Attached is a proof of the concept, essentially a translation of the Appendix E example to the linuxtv API, saved for LV11. I include also a loose set of
  10. Hi all, Does anyone know if you can run Labview on the Gumstix which is Linux based (Tiny USB stick sized Linux computer)? https://www.gumstix.com/ Cheers P Each DuoVero™ COM comes standard with: Processor: Texas Instruments OMAP4430 Dual Cortex™-A9 Speed: Dual-core, up to 1GHz Memory: 512MB or 1GB RAM On-board: microSD slot Dimensions: 58mm x 17mm x 4.2mm Add features with DuoVero® expansion boards
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