What does a source distribution look like in the real-time target file system? (under home/lvuser/natinst/bin) For example, you create a source distribution that includes VIs from user.lib. Does the source distribution literally just copy the file structure and vi's exactly as they are and put them in your specified location on the target?
Any idea what files named "Data01, Data02, Data03" etc might be if they're under home/lvuser/natinst/bin?
I'd just like to understand that part better. I'm unable to find too many resources on how files function or what they look like on the NI-Linux file system, only instructions on how to deploy them. Any insight is appreciated!