Getting an error when using gmoccapy.

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04 Oct 2023 14:24 - 04 Oct 2023 14:31 #282288 by MakerYang
I'm not quite sure what caused this error. Are there any solutions or suggestions?
sudo apt install -y linuxcnc-uspace linuxcnc-uspace-dev

 

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04 Oct 2023 14:28 #282289 by MakerYang
Why can't I post my error log?

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04 Oct 2023 14:52 #282291 by Aciera
Do you also get an error if you load one of the gmoccapy simulation configs?

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04 Oct 2023 14:58 #282292 by MakerYang
Only the simulator named gmoccapy can display the interface normally; the others cannot.

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04 Oct 2023 15:26 #282294 by Aciera
Odd, did you install on debian bookworm?

I built 2.9 from source just yesterday and gmoccapy works just fine.

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04 Oct 2023 15:41 #282296 by MakerYang
It is Debian Bookworm, and mine was not built from the source code, but directly installed via apt

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04 Oct 2023 17:17 #282301 by Aciera
I forgot, you may have more luck with an updated version of linuxcnc since the one that is in the debian repo is fairly dated by now.

See section 9 in this document:

linuxcnc.org/docs/devel/html/getting-sta...etting-linuxcnc.html
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05 Oct 2023 02:20 #282331 by MakerYang
I have been paying attention to this, but my device is arm64.

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05 Oct 2023 06:28 #282336 by rodw
It appears you have an error with a file nme in the display section of your ini file[DEFAULT.QTVCP.QT_ISTAT][WARNING] Path not valid in INI File [DISPLAY] PROGRAM_PREFIX section (qt_istat.py:91

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06 Oct 2023 03:10 #282414 by MakerYang
I temporarily resolved this issue, which was caused by a configuration file error. Now, I'm facing a new problem with my development board, which has an interface similar to the Raspberry Pi's 40-pin GPIO header. I noticed the Orange Pi project from allwincnc, where they use ARISC drivers to control the 40-pin GPIO pins. However, I couldn't find any relevant usage documentation in the LinuxCNC documentation. Could you provide me with some guidance?Here is the definition of the 40-pin interface on my development board:


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