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Now that the linx library is now supported by NI, I would like to know if the licence now allow commercial usage of this toolkit.


Thank you in advance for your answer.

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Linx never was preventing commercial use. The LabVIEW Community Edition which comes with Linx installed, does! If you have a fully licensed Professional LabVIEW license, you are fine to use Linx for your commercial development. If you should do that is a different question. I wouldn't consider the normal Raspberry Pi an adequate hardware. It's SD card based storage is bound to fail sooner or later. With a Compute Module things look a lot better.

Rolf Kalbermatter
Averna BV
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Thank you for your fast response. We do have a proffesional license. We only wanted to know if this library was possible to use in future projet.

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@rolfk wrote:

Linx never was preventing commercial use. The LabVIEW Community Edition which comes with Linx installed, does! If you have a fully licensed Professional LabVIEW license, you are fine to use Linx for your commercial development.


I second this answer.  This question was actually asked to NI and a response was provided saying such.  The repose is documented in a presentation which can be found here on page 7.

David Wilt
The New Standard LLC
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