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Running Labview in the embedded board - MinnowBoard or raspberry pi 2

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It is possible to running the executable's LabView in the embedded board?

like a raspberry pi 2, minnowBoard, BeableBone?

 

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Hi Eduardo,

 

I don't think so: There is LabVIEW for Linux, but it is limited to Intel processors. No luck with your embedded boards…

 

Maybe someone, who visited NIWeek, has updated information?

Best regards,
GerdW

using LV2011SP1 + LV2017 (+LV2020 sometimes) on Win10+cRIO
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There is a group working on making a LabVIEW compiler for Raspberry Pi.  I think it is due out later this year.  I'm not finding the email talking about it right now, but I'll keep my eyes open for it.


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That's the one - http://www.tsxperts.com/labviewforraspberrypi/

 

Looks really cool, but still some time away.

 

Edit - it should be pointed out that they do already have the Arduino version out. I haven't had a chance to use it, but obviously the Pi is a more promising target due to its advantages.

 

http://www.tsxperts.com/arduino-compatible-compiler-for-labview/


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 Thanks so much for your reply.

 

 let's wait until December to see if it's good.

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tst escreveu:

That's the one - http://www.tsxperts.com/labviewforraspberrypi/

 

Looks really cool, but still some time away.

 

Edit - it should be pointed out that they do already have the Arduino version out. I haven't had a chance to use it, but obviously the Pi is a more promising target due to its advantages.

 

http://www.tsxperts.com/arduino-compatible-compiler-for-labview/


The Intel NUC works an application Labview???

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The NUC is an ordinary x86 PC, albeit in a small form factor. Install Windows or Linux on it and it should run LV without issue. 

 

Getting back to the Pi, a related question I've had kicking around is whether there's any prospect of getting NI-VISA, and specifically NI-VISA Server for the Pi or similar hardware? It would make for a cheap and easy way of remotely accessing instruments; put $35 worth of Pi next to the instrument(s), plug in an Ethernet cable and (for instance) a USB to GPIB converter, and then open up a remote VISA session from the actual measurement computer running LabView. I can do that now with a cheap x86 machine, but a Pi is an order of magnitude cheaper...

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My application is a Farm Automation.

I want to use the Intel NUC or Pi 2 for controller all sensors and motors. I need to a report every day from E-mail.


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MinnowBoard is intel based. It should work.

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igagne escreveu:

MinnowBoard is intel based. It should work.


I live in Brazil and it is hard to find this board. Please could test for me?

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