Recently I installed Scientific Linux 6.7 on following configuration:
- Chassis: PXIe 1078 (PXIe 1082 when 1078 is in service)
The latest versions of NI-FGEN and NI-SCOPE for Linux are NI-FGEN 2.4.1 and NI-SCOPE 3.1. The README for NI-FGEN indicates that the PXI-5412 is supported. Unfortunately, the PXIe-5105 is not supported by NI-SCOPE 3.1, so I'm afraid it's not possible to use this specific combination of hardware on Linux.
Note that both NI-FGEN 2.4.1 and NI-SCOPE 3.1 only support 32-bit kernels.
I also has a combination of PXIe-1085 Chassis, three PXIe-5122 digitizers, two PXI-5412 AWG, and PXIe-PCIe8381 MXI.
I work in a large experimental facility, KSTAR tokamak, where all the control systems are composed of Linux machines.
Could I control these digitizers and awgs on Linux?
If not, NI has a plan to support 64 bit driver for NI-FGEN and NI-SCOPE to control PXI Express hardware?
The LATEST version of NI-FGEN and NI-SCOPE were developed so long long time ago.