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27 Nov 2019 22:05 #151401 by PCW
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That should work

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28 Nov 2019 15:42 #151427 by Gnevko
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Hi, now I downloaded the file "newmesa.zip" again, unzip it to the corresponding directories and build all stuff again with "make -B" command (just "make" didn't nothing). The result is the same as above. It seams, that newmesa.zip file is the same as last time.

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28 Nov 2019 16:10 #151429 by PCW
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What does:
md5sum newmesa.zip
report?

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28 Nov 2019 16:13 #151430 by Gnevko
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149a3448d9b570edf866f5af1ba72883 newmesa.zip

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28 Nov 2019 16:26 - 28 Nov 2019 16:28 #151432 by PCW
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OK that's the old one:
freeby:/users/pcw/newmesa> md5 /users/www/data/newmesa.zip
MD5 (/users/www/data/newmesa.zip) = f56c156c7297d582061d8a1b386b08bf

and a downloaded copy:

peter@pcw-HP-EliteDesk-800-G1-USDT:~/Downloads$ md5sum newmesa.zip
f56c156c7297d582061d8a1b386b08bf newmesa.zip

Did you clear your browser cache before downloading?
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28 Nov 2019 16:36 #151435 by Gnevko
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It was really browser cache, thank you. Now I can at least start linuxcnc without errors! :)

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28 Nov 2019 17:07 #151439 by PCW
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If you list the hal pins you should also now see the isolated inputs (7i95.0.inmux.00.input-00 etc)

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29 Nov 2019 22:30 #151528 by Gnevko
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Thank you!

It means, the home und limit switch configuration for X should be something like this?

# --- HOME-X ---
net min-home-x <= hm2_7i95.0.inmux.00.input-8
net neg-lim-x <= hm2_7i95.0.inmux.00.input-8-not





And if you allow me to ask - what means INCOM8,9 and so on? is it a ground pin?
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29 Nov 2019 22:54 - 29 Nov 2019 22:56 #151531 by PCW
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If you have combined home/limit switches it would be more like:

net min-home-x hm2_7i95.0.inmux.00.input-8 joint.0.home-sw-in joint.N.neg-lim-sw-in
(assuming N/O switches) or
net min-home-x hm2_7i95.0.inmux.00.input-8-not joint.0.home-sw-in joint.N.neg-lim-sw-in
(assuming N/C switches)

and you would have to set the "HOME_IGNORE_LIMITS" flag true for that joint in your INI file

INCOM8,9 is the input common for inputs 8 and 9 so for example you could connect
INCOM8,9 to +24V and grounding inputs 8 or 9 would set the corresponding hal pins high

Alternatively you could connect INCOM8,9 to ground and then supplying +4 to +24 on inputs 8,9
would also set the corresponding hal pins high. Each group of 2 inputs has a separate common
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29 Nov 2019 23:06 #151534 by PCW
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I also see a manual error (probably a copy/paste error from the 7I97 manual )

TB6 pin 1 is input 0, not input 8
1 IN0
2 IN1
3 INCOM0,1
4 IN2
5 IN3
6 INCOM2,3
etc

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