LinuxCNC + Orange Pi (allwincnc)
So I've got linuxcnc up and running on my orange pi (installer script works extremely well, thank you for all your work on that) - I haven't actually connected it to driver/motors quite yet, but I ran the latency test and note that jitter/latency is still quite high.
Is this something I should be concerned about, or does the jitter/normal latency not matter so much given that stepgen can now run on the separate RISC core (ie: not shared with the main CPU/kernel)?
MX_Master wrote: ... But when we using a separated CPU core, these latency values can be ignored.
This is amazing news. I'm going to try things out properly with actual hardware very soon.
Is it just me, or does this make the orangepi's (or rather, the Allwinner H3/5/6 CPUs) kind of the ultimate platform in terms of cost vs performance for linuxcnc/machinekit?
I feel like this should be getting more attention
sorry I'm new to this, How do I enable "partner" and "source code" repositories?
tommylight wrote: Enable the "partner" and "source code" repositories in the software sources, do an update and try to install again.
Getting same error in debin and Ubuntu, I downloaded them from orangepi.org
MX_Master wrote: Try Debian