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Raspberry PI installed uncorrectly on LabVIEW 2014 with LINX 3.0 (yellow warning)

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Good Afternoon everybody

 

Well I create this thread because I cant connect with my RPI with LabView2014, i going to put different screen shots, as you can see i already install the LINX 3.0 on my computer.

 

My computer sistem

-Windows 10 64 bit

 

Already Installed products

-LabVIEW 2014 32 bit

(this labVIEW I downloaded from the link of the tutorial PDF) 

-LINX 3.0

-Control Design and Simulation Module

-MathScript RT Module

-NI VISA

-VI Pakage Manager

-Also i have my license for the activation

 

I going to upload others print screens in this same post

 

Thanks

 

Ruben Rhico

 

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Hey Rhico,

 

Make sure you've restarted LabVIEW since installing LINX.  If the issue persists follow the instructions from sharpk in this thread.

 

Let us know if that resolves the issue.

 

Thanks!

 

-Sam K

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To restart Labview i only close all the windows of labview and open again?, thats the way? or i have to do other things?

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Thanks Sam_K it function, i have to unzip a folder and paste in another part of the folder of national instruments

 

Really Thank you very much!!!

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@Rhico wrote:

Thanks Sam_K it function, i have to unzip a folder and paste in another part of the folder of national instruments

 

Really Thank you very much!!!


What, exactly, did you "have to unzip and paste"?  This sounds like a recipe for disaster.  Something like that can cause strange, impossible-to-troubleshoot issues for the rest of forever.

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Hi Bill

 

Look this link https://www.labviewmakerhub.com/doku.php?id=libraries:linx:faq#22 

Here is the instruction of the unzip folder and where you have to paste, i think its because the libriry is not unzip in the right folder.

 

Let me know if you understand or if you have any questions 

 

Regards 

Rhico

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@Rhico wrote:

Hi Bill

 

Look this link https://www.labviewmakerhub.com/doku.php?id=libraries:linx:faq#22 

Here is the instruction of the unzip folder and where you have to paste, i think its because the libriry is not unzip in the right folder.

 

Let me know if you understand or if you have any questions 

 

Regards 

Rhico


I actually used LINX to deploy an NTP service monitor to my RPi3 and I don't recall having to unzip anything.  Did you download LINX directly?  I used VIPM to download LINX.  That's probably the best way to do it.

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Okay, I see it at the very bottom of the FAQ.  I guess you did install it manually.  Unless you had some kind of issue with VIPM, I would highly recommend installing through VIPM instead.

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Yes, you can solve the problem install manually, thats what I do

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Excellent!

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