06-01-2009 03:12 PM
Looks like I'm having a similar problem. I run a Mac OS X 10.5.7. I've installed LABView as per instructions,as well as the recommended patch. The patch has been mass-compiled into LABView and I'm running it through Rosetta. Still, everytime I click on NXT Terminal, the program crashes.
Why doesn't the NXT Terminal work? How do I make a NXT vi?
06-04-2009 01:24 PM
Which version of LV are you using?
If you are not using LV 7.1, you need to mass compile the VIs installed by the core installer, not only the patch. The readme recommends that you mass compile the entire LV directory:
08-28-2009 03:46 PM
12-06-2009 05:24 AM - edited 12-06-2009 05:25 AM
Regarding the bug concerning the Quotient and Remainder:
I have just downloaded the new version of the LabVIEW toolkit, and i can see you have included a new "NXT Quotient and Remainder" which is based on "Divide", but you didn't fixed the real problem with the native "Quotient and Remainder". The result is, that the "NXT Quotient and Remainder" is more then 4 times slower, then the native.
I don't think, this is not good enough. Will it be fixed?
(I also posted a comment on this, here: http://forums.ni.com/ni/board/message?board.id=460
12-30-2010 08:24 PM
I do not know if it is documented, but if I use an array indexer with more than one element, then the program works only in direct mode. When I try to compile and download in remote mode, it fails, and the error message offers no help.
After erasing parts of the program, I arrived to the conclussion that the problem was indexing more than one element of the array. After using an "index array" block for each element, the problem disappeared and the program downloaded to NXT in remote mode.