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30 Nov 2021 17:24 #228042 by Arnold
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Attach the files here, not on a third party website.
Now you have everything set up properly, except you are using a generic kernel that does not work for machine control.
And it looks like you have Intel ethernet, but we'll get back to it later.
First, what does
uname -a
say?
 

arnold@desktop-cnclan:~$ uname -v
#1 SMP PREEMPT RT Debian 4.19.194-2 (2021-06-21)
arnold@desktop-cnclan:~$ uname -a
Linux desktop-cnclan 4.19.0-17-rt-amd64 #1 SMP PREEMPT RT Debian 4.19.194-2 (2021-06-21) x86_64 GNU/Linux
arnold@desktop-cnclan:~$

What I am missing?
Thank!

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30 Nov 2021 17:28 #228043 by tommylight
 
arnold@desktop-cnclan:~$ ~$ sudo mesaflash --device 7i97 --addr 10.10.10.10 --readhmid
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30 Nov 2021 17:32 #228045 by Arnold
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arnold@desktop-cnclan:~$ ~$ sudo mesaflash --device 7i97 --addr 10.10.10.10 --readhmid
 

arnold@desktop-cnclan:~$ sudo mesaflash --device 7i97 --addr 10.10.10.10 --readhmid
[sudo] password for arnold:
Configuration Name: HOSTMOT2

General configuration information:

  BoardName : MESA7I97
  FPGA Size: 9 KGates
  FPGA Pins: 144
  Number of IO Ports: 3
  Width of one I/O port: 17
  Clock Low frequency: 100.0000 MHz
  Clock High frequency: 200.0000 MHz
  IDROM Type: 3
  Instance Stride 0: 4
  Instance Stride 1: 64
  Register Stride 0: 256
  Register Stride 1: 256

Modules in configuration:

  Module: DPLL
  There are 1 of DPLL in configuration
  Version: 0
  Registers: 7
  BaseAddress: 7000
  ClockFrequency: 100.000 MHz
  Register Stride: 256 bytes
  Instance Stride: 4 bytes

  Module: WatchDog
  There are 1 of WatchDog in configuration
  Version: 0
  Registers: 3
  BaseAddress: 0C00
  ClockFrequency: 100.000 MHz
  Register Stride: 256 bytes
  Instance Stride: 4 bytes

  Module: IOPort
  There are 3 of IOPort in configuration
  Version: 0
  Registers: 5
  BaseAddress: 1000
  ClockFrequency: 100.000 MHz
  Register Stride: 256 bytes
  Instance Stride: 4 bytes

  Module: MuxedQCount
  There are 6 of MuxedQCount in configuration
  Version: 4
  Registers: 5
  BaseAddress: 3600
  ClockFrequency: 100.000 MHz
  Register Stride: 256 bytes
  Instance Stride: 4 bytes

  Module: MuxedQCountSel
  There are 1 of MuxedQCountSel in configuration
  Version: 0
  Registers: 0
  BaseAddress: 0000
  ClockFrequency: 100.000 MHz
  Register Stride: 256 bytes
  Instance Stride: 4 bytes

  Module: SSerial
  There are 1 of SSerial in configuration
  Version: 0
  Registers: 6
  BaseAddress: 5B00
  ClockFrequency: 100.000 MHz
  Register Stride: 256 bytes
  Instance Stride: 64 bytes

  Module: PWM
  There are 6 of PWM in configuration
  Version: 0
  Registers: 5
  BaseAddress: 4100
  ClockFrequency: 200.000 MHz
  Register Stride: 256 bytes
  Instance Stride: 4 bytes

  Module: SSR
  There are 1 of SSR in configuration
  Version: 0
  Registers: 2
  BaseAddress: 7D00
  ClockFrequency: 100.000 MHz
  Register Stride: 256 bytes
  Instance Stride: 4 bytes

  Module: InMux
  There are 1 of InMux in configuration
  Version: 0
  Registers: 5
  BaseAddress: 8000
  ClockFrequency: 100.000 MHz
  Register Stride: 256 bytes
  Instance Stride: 4 bytes

  Module: LED
  There are 1 of LED in configuration
  Version: 0
  Registers: 1
  BaseAddress: 0200
  ClockFrequency: 100.000 MHz
  Register Stride: 256 bytes
  Instance Stride: 4 bytes

Configuration pin-out:

IO Connections for TB1/TB2/TB3
Pin#  I/O   Pri. func    Sec. func       Chan      Pin func        Pin Dir

 1      0   IOPort       PWM              0        PWM             (Out)
14      1   IOPort       PWM              1        PWM             (Out)
 2      2   IOPort       PWM              2        PWM             (Out)
15      3   IOPort       PWM              3        PWM             (Out)
 3      4   IOPort       PWM              4        PWM             (Out)
16      5   IOPort       PWM              4        /Enable         (Out)
 4      6   IOPort       PWM              5        PWM             (Out)
17      7   IOPort       PWM              5        /Enable         (Out)
 5      8   IOPort       PWM              0        /Enable         (Out)
 6      9   IOPort       MuxedQCount      0        MuxQ-A          (In)
 7     10   IOPort       MuxedQCount      0        MuxQ-B          (In)
 8     11   IOPort       MuxedQCount      0        MuxQ-IDX        (In)
 9     12   IOPort       MuxedQCount      1        MuxQ-A          (In)
10     13   IOPort       MuxedQCount      1        MuxQ-B          (In)
11     14   IOPort       MuxedQCount      1        MuxQ-IDX        (In)
12     15   IOPort       MuxedQCount      2        MuxQ-A          (In)
13     16   IOPort       MuxedQCount      2        MuxQ-B          (In)

IO Connections for TB4/TB5
Pin#  I/O   Pri. func    Sec. func       Chan      Pin func        Pin Dir

 1     17   IOPort       MuxedQCount      2        MuxQ-IDX        (In)
14     18   IOPort       MuxedQCountSel   0        MuxSel0         (Out)
 2     19   IOPort       SSR              0        Out-00          (Out)
15     20   IOPort       SSR              0        Out-01          (Out)
 3     21   IOPort       SSR              0        Out-02          (Out)
16     22   IOPort       SSR              0        Out-03          (Out)
 4     23   IOPort       SSR              0        Out-04          (Out)
17     24   IOPort       SSR              0        Out-05          (Out)
 5     25   IOPort       SSR              0        AC Ref          (Out)
 6     26   IOPort       InMux            0        Addr0           (Out)
 7     27   IOPort       InMux            0        Addr1           (Out)
 8     28   IOPort       InMux            0        Addr2           (Out)
 9     29   IOPort       InMux            0        Addr3           (Out)
10     30   IOPort       InMux            0        Data0           (In)
11     31   IOPort       SSerial          0        RXData0         (In)
12     32   IOPort       SSerial          0        TXData0         (Out)
13     33   IOPort       SSerial          0        TXEn0           (Out)

IO Connections for P1
Pin#  I/O   Pri. func    Sec. func       Chan      Pin func        Pin Dir

 1     34   IOPort       None           
14     35   IOPort       None           
 2     36   IOPort       None           
15     37   IOPort       None           
 3     38   IOPort       None           
16     39   IOPort       None           
 4     40   IOPort       None           
17     41   IOPort       None           
 5     42   IOPort       None           
 6     43   IOPort       None           
 7     44   IOPort       None           
 8     45   IOPort       None           
 9     46   IOPort       None           
10     47   IOPort       None           
11     48   IOPort       None           
12     49   IOPort       None           
13     50   IOPort       None           

arnold@desktop-cnclan:~$

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30 Nov 2021 17:48 #228047 by Arnold
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Debug info
 
Before running linuxcnc
 
After running linuxcnc
 
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30 Nov 2021 18:07 - 30 Nov 2021 18:12 #228050 by PCW
Replied by PCW on topic 7i97 no ethernet connection
The LEDS are in the expected states
Looks like there's extra text on line 225 of the hal file
"[SPINDLE_0]OUTPUT_SCALE"

Deleting that line should fix the "unknown command" error

The "cannot gain I/O privileges" and "using POSIX non-realtime" errors
are caused by some installation problem. How did you install LinuxCNC?
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30 Nov 2021 18:53 #228053 by Arnold
Replied by Arnold on topic 7i97 no ethernet connection

The LEDS are in the expected states
Looks like there's extra text on line 225 of the hal file
"[SPINDLE_0]OUTPUT_SCALE"

Deleting that line should fix the "unknown command" error

The "cannot gain I/O privileges" and "using POSIX non-realtime" errors
are caused by some installation problem. How did you install LinuxCNC?

Thanks!
#[SPINDLE_0]OUTPUT_SCALE
 
it let Linuxcnc to start, but it takes long very long time, and seems unstable
 

red light again
 

I got linuxcnc from: linuxcnc.org/downloads/

I selected: 

 
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30 Nov 2021 18:57 #228055 by Arnold
Replied by Arnold on topic 7i97 no ethernet connection


The "cannot gain I/O privileges" and "using POSIX non-realtime" errors
are caused by some installation problem. How did you install LinuxCNC?

What do you think I could do wrong?
Doing a new fresh installation, ¿could you give me any advice to do it right?

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30 Nov 2021 19:35 #228064 by PCW
Replied by PCW on topic 7i97 no ethernet connection
Not sure what's broken on your installation, but "cannot gain I/O privileges"
is a show-stopper (unless you just want to run in simulation mode)

The hang is likely because in the ini file:

[TASK]
TASK = milltask
CYCLE_TIME = 100

Should be changed to:

[TASK]
TASK = milltask
CYCLE_TIME = 0.100


(there was a change in the interpretation of these timing values
at some point so 100 used to mean 100 ms but now means 100 seconds)
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30 Nov 2021 23:25 #228089 by Arnold
Replied by Arnold on topic 7i97 no ethernet connection

Attach the files here, not on a third party website.
Now you have everything set up properly, except you are using a generic kernel that does not work for machine control.
And it looks like you have Intel ethernet, but we'll get back to it later.
First, what does
uname -a
say?
 

I have made a new install again: LinuxCNC 2.8.2 Debian 10 Buster PREEMPT-RT ISO
arnold@cnchp:~$ uname -v
#1 SMP PREEMPT RT Debian 4.19.194-2 (2021-06-21)
arnold@cnchp:~$ uname -a
Linux cnchp 4.19.0-17-rt-amd64 #1 SMP PREEMPT RT Debian 4.19.194-2 (2021-06-21) x86_64 GNU/Linux
arnold@cnchp:~$

It is Ok?

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30 Nov 2021 23:28 #228090 by Arnold
Replied by Arnold on topic 7i97 no ethernet connection

Not sure what's broken on your installation, but "cannot gain I/O privileges"
is a show-stopper (unless you just want to run in simulation mode)

The hang is likely because in the ini file:

[TASK]
TASK = milltask
CYCLE_TIME = 100

Should be changed to:

[TASK]
TASK = milltask
CYCLE_TIME = 0.100


(there was a change in the interpretation of these timing values
at some point so 100 used to mean 100 ms but now means 100 seconds)
 

New Install, and CYCLE TIME corrected as you mentioned.
Things start to improve
Thanks!!

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