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15 Feb 2020 04:03 #157395 by phillc54
Some RTAI kernel images are now available.

See the first post

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15 Feb 2020 06:16 #157397 by rodw
So where do we download from? I could not see any links in the first post...

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15 Feb 2020 06:22 #157398 by phillc54

rodw wrote: So where do we download from? I could not see any links in the first post...

Oops, my over zealous editing. :ohmy:
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15 Feb 2020 07:02 #157399 by rodw

phillc54 wrote:

rodw wrote: So where do we download from? I could not see any links in the first post...

Oops, my over zealous editing. :ohmy:


That looks better. Thanks Phill

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17 Feb 2020 10:10 - 17 Feb 2020 10:11 #157575 by twoflowers
So I tested the RTAI beowulf image - as expected latency is 1/5th of RT, so perfect. And the GUI looks really nice :)

There are some rough edges for beginners - but I'm sure they will be ired out: No CNC menu, so latency-histogram needs to be started from commandline "~/linuxcnc-dev/scripts/rip-environment latency-histogram". Same for stepconfwizard etc.

Overall a pleasent thing to work with. Good job!
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17 Feb 2020 10:36 #157577 by phillc54

twoflowers wrote: There are some rough edges for beginners - but I'm sure they will be ired out: No CNC menu, so latency-histogram needs to be started from commandline "~/linuxcnc-dev/scripts/rip-environment latency-histogram". Same for stepconfwizard etc.

I only did a run in place LinuxCNC for the RTAI kernels because there are no upgradeable Buster packages for RTAI.
I am not sure if make install-menus is still valid, I will have a look tomorrow.

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18 Feb 2020 09:45 #157693 by twoflowers
As I played around a bit more, another question rises: How did you get the python qt stuff of linuxcnc working on beowulf? Is this already fixed in 2.9 and it would be good idea to build 2.9 on RPi, too, as I did not get theses things working on 2.8?

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18 Feb 2020 11:03 - 18 Feb 2020 11:08 #157699 by phillc54
Oops, double post...

I shouldn't do this on my phone.
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18 Feb 2020 11:04 #157700 by phillc54

twoflowers wrote: As I played around a bit more, another question rises: How did you get the python qt stuff of linuxcnc working on beowulf? Is this already fixed in 2.9 and it would be good idea to build 2.9 on RPi, too, as I did not get theses things working on 2.8?

Beowulf was made as a distribution upgrade from ASCII. It worked flawlessly.
As an experiment I did the same today from Stretch to Buster and it worked as well.
I do intend to get RPi4 to have a bit of a play.

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18 Feb 2020 11:07 #157702 by tommylight
Redundancy ?
:)

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