I can't get spindle speed feedback

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24 Dec 2021 22:44 #229932 by Clive S

sorry Michael

halcmd show all > all.txt

I have to enter that command in my linux terminal, is it correct?


Yes
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25 Dec 2021 15:13 #229960 by Servimet
Dear
for some reason I can't get the pins
I am executing in the terminal according to the procedure
but the list of pins does not appear
They could tell me what I'm doing wrong
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26 Dec 2021 00:33 #229999 by Michael
Use of terminals is not my specialty so I can only tell you how I do it. You need to open the terminal while linuxcnc is running. You may need to # some lines on hal files to get rid of the error messages or revert back to a hal file that was a working configuration. As an example the last error you posted was for the at speed LED and you could change in your hal file
net spindle-at-speed => gmoccapy.spindle_at_speed_led
to
#net spindle-at-speed => gmoccapy.spindle_at_speed_led
until we get it figured out.

Second once you have linuxcnc with the terminal running do the following in terminal:
cd linuxcnc

and this should change the directory to your linuxcnc directory. This will allow the file to be saved there. Then in the terminal:
halcmd show all > all.txt

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26 Dec 2021 16:30 - 26 Dec 2021 16:35 #230019 by Servimet
hello  Michael
due to lack of experience it is very difficult for me
I cannot get a list of pin in the terminal
maybe you see this can help
i did a test the halshowYou can see that the encoder signals are there but still I don't have feedback
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26 Dec 2021 16:32 #230020 by Michael
You need to move the Hal commands that we discussed previously to the correct Hal file. The pins you need don't show up until after linuxcnc is started. Move all of the above Hal information to the file in your setup called custom_postgui.hal

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29 Dec 2021 00:33 #230187 by Servimet
hello Michael
the files you recommend are already on custon_postgui.hal
sadly I still don't get feedback
Maybe I have another suggestion?

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29 Dec 2021 04:43 #230194 by Michael
Can you post all your current Hal and ini files again

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