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10 Jan 2023 12:23 - 10 Jan 2023 12:28 #261437 by JT
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I just checked the armf 32bit dev and it's also 268kB so I guess the amd is bigger dunno. Anyway they are uploaded now.

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10 Jan 2023 15:17 #261450 by elovalvo
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I just checked the armf 32bit dev and it's also 268kB so I guess the amd is bigger dunno. Anyway they are uploaded now.

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In any case you can also check the .deb file using a program like 7-Zip (www.7-zip.org/) with which you can see the content.

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10 Jan 2023 15:53 #261459 by tommylight
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No meed for 7zip, the included archive manager can open deb file, right click and choose open with archive manager.

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11 Jan 2023 13:26 #261558 by JT
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Yep, I use Gdebi to install debs.

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12 Jan 2023 10:31 - 12 Jan 2023 11:21 #261677 by elovalvo
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A zip file containing all LinuxCNC 2.8.4 .deb files for buster arm64 is available a this link

  linuxcnc-uspace_2.8.4_arm64.zip

The ready-made image is available here:
forum.linuxcnc.org/9-installing-linuxcnc...pi-4?start=70#261676
 
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19 Feb 2023 08:04 - 23 Feb 2023 08:46 #264796 by elovalvo
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The locations of LinuxCNC .deb files (deb is an abbreviation for Debian package) can be somewhat hard to find so here are all that I know of.

linuxcnc.org/dists/
buildbot.linuxcnc.org/dista/
buildbot2.highlab.com/


The most updated version of LinuxCNC 2.9 for Bookworm for all architectures are also available at this link:

packages.debian.org/search?keywords=linuxcnc-uspace

ftp.debian.org/debian/pool/main/l/linuxcnc/
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09 May 2023 16:16 #271037 by echristley
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Is there a decoder ring for all of the codenames?
I've got a Rasp Pi Zero. So, 32bit arm. Right? But, I can't find one of the distros that look like an obvious fit.

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10 May 2023 07:59 #271087 by elovalvo
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LinuxCNC cannot be installed on Rasp Pi Zero
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03 Dec 2023 22:15 #287146 by RobotMatic
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Hi.
This Links don´t work  !!!
i need Install Linuxcnc 2.10 , where I see the .deb File ?

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At the moment these links are available:
(tested on Debian Bookworm)
linuxcnc-uspace_2.10.0~pre0_arm64.deb
linuxcnc-uspace-dev_2.10.0~pre0_arm64.deb 

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04 Dec 2023 00:19 #287151 by tommylight
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buildbot.linuxcnc.org/dists/buster/master-rtpreempt/
It might complain about Python versions, though, i have not tested this in quite a while.
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