10-15-2018 04:32 PM
I installed the drivers on the linux kernel 4.9.115-rt93-lp150.11-default (patch) but when I run `lsni -v` no RIO board is detected. Help!
10-16-2018 08:56 PM
Could you verify this document http://www.ni.com/product-documentation/54754/en/ to confirm that you follow its instructions correctly when installing the drivers?
10-17-2018 01:50 PM
I am required to setup two cards, NI 6704 and NI 7542r. The 6704 was detected via command `nillsdev -verbose`.
The 7542r was not detected when i tested out command `lsni -v`
lspci also did not show the necessary 7542r. I am guessing the board is not working.
10-18-2018 03:50 PM - edited 10-18-2018 03:52 PM
So these two cards are being used in a PXI chassis with a PXI controller right?
Could you tell us the controller model?
I would like to verify the compatibility of our products to each other and also the compatibility with openSUSE Leap 15.0.
This document has a table to compare PXI and Linux Desktop Operating System Compatibility. OpenSUSE Leap 15.0. is not listed there.
Could you use a supported version of OpenSUSE?
This is just to ensure that the software environment is supported so we can rule out any issues on that layer. I would rather make an extra test than have you purchasing a new PXI card without necessity.
10-30-2018 03:28 PM
I am using it as a PCIe not a PXIe and directly connecting it to the CPU/Motherboard.
Yes from the link you shared, Leap 15.0 is not mentioned. Although Leap 15.0 is the latest OpenSUSE version and I would prefer to stay on this version since the previous versions of OpenSUSE had other software compiler issue for the application I am using.
Apologies for the late response.
10-30-2018 05:11 PM
when I execute the command
I get the following result
b4:00.0 Unassigned class [ff00]:National Instruments PCIe-7842R
Can you explain what this means?
11-01-2018 07:45 PM
Remember that Current Support for Linux Distributions is openSUSE 42.2, 42.3