linuxcnc-esp32 Software Stepping over Ethernet Using ESP32

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11 Mar 2024 18:01 #295665 by cekaa
Hello
My English is weak, I write via Google Translate
I installed linuxcnc? I couldn't get the esp32 to communicate with the w5500.
sudo apt-get install linuxcnc-uspace-dev build-essential
sudo halcompile --install udp.comp
I could not succeed with hallcompile, unfortunately my knowledge about installing this file is limited and my Linux knowledge is low.
github.com/wezhunter/ESP32_LinuxCNC_Moti...in/SerialCommands.md
I used serial commands with success
An article explaining what I need to do
I would like an explanatory setup in bullet points, please.
thank you very much

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11 Apr 2024 17:21 #298012 by rohit269
Sir,
driver , udp.comp not install I try many time but always found error user/bin/halcomplie not found udp.comp file

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11 Apr 2024 17:24 #298013 by rohit269
Sir,
driver , udp.comp not install I try many time but always found error user/bin/halcomplie not found udp.comp file so please tell how to install linuxcnc driver.

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11 Apr 2024 22:00 #298030 by pippin88
The problem is halcompile is missing
Not anything to do with this thread component

Try:
sudo apt-get install linuxcnc-uspace-dev

How did you install linuxcnc?

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16 Apr 2024 02:36 #298328 by pocovolvedor
Hey Wez. Its possible to pay for your help?

Im looking to do a retrofit with this project but have no knowledge about programing.

Please let me know. Thanks

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19 Apr 2024 17:48 - 19 Apr 2024 17:49 #298639 by wez
Quick update: I plan on picking this up again in the near future. After detailed testing is complete I will publish a new version, as originally promised - life has got in the way quite a bit.

Hopefully (fingers crossed) once a working multi-architecture (ESP32/S2/S3) supporting multiple connectivity types is released and is being used in the wild others may be willing to help take up future maintenance of the project.

pocovolvedor - I'll do my best to try to help you out. Feel free to contact me directly on my email address which is located at the top in the licensing header of the "src/main.cpp" source file in my GitHub repo. Not posting directly for obvious reasons.

Cheers
Last edit: 19 Apr 2024 17:49 by wez.

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10 May 2024 13:20 #300322 by itsemast
Great project! Do you have any plans to support direct SPI connection to RPi similar to RIO and Remora ?

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23 May 2024 19:02 - 23 May 2024 19:03 #301245 by aparecido

i'm still learning about programming, i just took its structure from dds and put it inside a void IRAM_ATTR onTime_0() the same we used here in esp32, and used your .c
with some simple changes, I hope to make it the same as jzolee, as soon as everything is working correctly I will make it available on github so we can use it because at the moment everything is new to me and I don't have enough knowledge to discuss about it, I'm going in trial and error with some basic calculations.
 

Hello, how are you? I was reading the topic and saw your post, did you make the code available on a github account as you said in this post? Tks.
Last edit: 23 May 2024 19:03 by aparecido.

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