09-16-2010 04:35 AM
LabVIEW is no freeware so you will not find any licenced downloadable version of it. Well, if you find one (and it is working), you are breaking the licence agreement for this product (software piracy).
That being said, i have one additional bad news for you:
Ubuntu is not an officially supported Linux-distribution for LabVIEW. So if you purchase LabVIEW for Linux (supported distributions are SUSE and Red Hat) and run into issues, you might get stuck there (maybe getting help from the community).
But now some good news: I know people, who made LabVIEW work on Ubuntu without significant issues. But i don't know, how difficult it was for them to get there. So maybe you can get help from those using this forum if (at all) you are running into an issue.
You should also collect information about the different packages from LabVIEW.
hope this helps,
09-16-2010 08:02 AM
I know that its not free, i mean about an evaluation version... When go to the link, you write, i will arrive in this page:https://lumen.ni.com/nicif/us/lveval/content.xhtml
09-16-2010 08:32 AM
I don't found, what you mean...
So i have this site first.
Here i can click just LabVIEW Evaluation (Download LabVIEW or request a LabVIEW evaluation DVD.)
Then i arrive here.
Here i can click on:
In that site i can click in theStart Download (847 MB)
->then i can donwload a windows version (exe)
We also offer:
09-16-2010 08:52 AM
You are correct. Unfortunately, we do not currently offer an evaluation version of LabVIEW for Linux.
09-16-2010 09:21 AM
To add to Damiens reply:
I was indeed mislead by the information: Download the Linux Eval version. You are correct that the link there will result in Windows only downloads.
I suggest you to contact your local NI sales representative, he/she might get you an eval for Linux.