03-20-2023 07:01 AM
Does anyone know why Matlab display the imformation below when it initialized?
NI VeriStand 2020 Model Framework
### VeriStand Linux64 toolchain not found
### VeriStand Linux32 toolchain not found
### Successfully initialized components
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03-20-2023 02:17 PM
Generating Models from The MathWorks, Inc. Simulink® Software for Deployment on NI Linux Real-Time S...
Did you include C/C++ Development Tools for NI Linux Real-Time in your installation?
03-22-2023 12:25 AM
Thanks for your reply.
I have installed the VeriStand Model Framework. But I find VeriStand Model Generation Support for LabVIEW has not been installed. Im not sure if this is the problem.
When I try to install the VeriStand Model Generation Support for LabVIEW, an error pops up which says “Cannot install the ni-veristandabview-2020-model-support-x86 2020 because cannot find ni-labview-2020-x86 (>= 20.0.0)”
03-22-2023 12:36 PM
VeriStand Model Generation Support for LabVIEW is only for LabVIEW.
I just run the VeriStand installer and select VeriStand Model Framework. The option of installing C/C++ Development Tools is indeed included.
Make sure that you have that development tool installed on your PC. Uncheck Product only and see if it is listed.
If it is not listed, run the installer again or install them from
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03-23-2023 02:41 AM
Thank you ZYOng very much. Just as you said, I did not installed the C/C++ Development Tools. Now I have solved this problem.
But I still have another problem when I try to generate a .so file with Simulink. Could you help me find what is wrong with it?
03-23-2023 11:01 AM
Try to search in ni.com with the error code. Sometimes you can find a relevant knowlegebase.
Gmake Error 2 When Building Simulink Model for Use in VeriStand
03-24-2023 04:06 AM
Thank you so much! I have solved this problem.👍