Installing LinuxCNC 2.9 or Master on Linux Mint 21

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18 Jul 2022 13:49 - 18 Jul 2022 19:23 #247667 by Samuelx
Thank you for this easy installation guide. Beginer like me got it up and running.


 
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18 Jul 2022 14:05 #247669 by scotth
I spent Sunday installing Mint 21 on the system. Using Tommylight's instructions, everything went fine. It worked so well, I tried it with MX21, and it worked also.
Latency looks ok, no problems with Sim.
Having the extra drivers for Linux helps a lot.
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21 Jul 2022 07:52 #247916 by ChironFZ16
I miss halcompile,does anyone know how to make this work ? I need this to get my configuration running.
 
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21 Jul 2022 19:55 #247985 by mgm

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22 Jul 2022 06:24 #248007 by ChironFZ16
Not really, you can't install linuxcnc-dev. I also made a try with Debian Bookworm, there runs halcompile ;)

 
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22 Jul 2022 08:01 - 22 Jul 2022 08:01 #248010 by ChironFZ16
I found a solution, git Linuxcnc and then "./configure --with-python=python3 --with-boost-python=boost_python39 --enable-non-distributable=yes" configure it ;)

 

 
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22 Jul 2022 10:14 #248018 by JT
I can't seem to figure out how to remove the generic kernal, remove one another one shows up...

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22 Jul 2022 16:07 #248050 by tommylight
JT, use synaptic, slect what you want to move, it will select another to install so say ok but remember what exactly it is istalling, then just uncheck that offending kernel and continue removal.

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22 Jul 2022 16:09 #248051 by tommylight

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22 Jul 2022 20:24 - 22 Jul 2022 20:27 #248070 by JT
I tried that several times and synaptic keeps installing another different generic kernel... it's really strange.

I'm giving Debian 11.4 a whirl to see what it does... it at least recognized my motherboard NIC so that's better than 11.0.

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