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27 Feb 2017 18:48 - 27 Feb 2017 18:49 #88695 by JR1050
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Followed your instructions

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how is the watchdog handled now?
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27 Feb 2017 19:07 #88697 by PCW
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Watch dog petting has been merged into the read function for 2.7 so part of hm2_7i90.0.read now
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27 Feb 2017 19:20 #88700 by JR1050
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where is all this new info? Ive looked at the man pages and the mesa info in the documentation section and I didnt see it, the manual gives the same instructions for the watchdog and the read/write of the pins as always.
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27 Feb 2017 19:30 #88701 by PCW
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27 Feb 2017 19:43 #88702 by JR1050
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i guess that would bring me to the assumption that in 2.7 hm2_boardmodel.0. read or write have been replaced by a new set of functions and that there should be no mention of the watchdog in the hal file from here on out? wouldnt ask if i didnt need to . ??
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27 Feb 2017 20:03 - 27 Feb 2017 20:07 #88703 by PCW
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As the update document states:

If you have Mesa hardware the Hostmot2 watchdog now gets handled by the hm2 write Hal function. Remove any addf lines that refer to the pet_watchdog function from your main hal file.


so only the addf pet_watchdog line needs to be removed for 2.7, if you have a 2.6 hal file
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27 Feb 2017 20:20 #88705 by JR1050
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Ok, with all due respect, my frustration level with this is setting in.

"s the update document states:

If you have Mesa hardware the Hostmot2 watchdog now gets handled by the hm2 write Hal function. Remove any addf lines that refer to the pet_watchdog function from your main hal file.


so only the addf line needs to change, if you have a 2.6 config"

its done-*still doesnt read the pins still get "function hm27i90.0.read not found" as an error

What does that mean? Where is the hm2 write function? is it the same other read/write functions that dont seem to be working and there is ZERO explanation as to why or where this info is? I read the part of the manual you are referencing and it is vague at best.

Ive been fighting with this for six hours. I set up a 5i23 in 45 minutes, with resolver,encoders,ssi and a ton of i/o . something here is broken or missing. I dont make the stuff, im following the instructions. This shouldnt be this difficult.I need some help to sort this out. My guess is ,judging by the amount of postings on this subject, id say this a new problem.
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27 Feb 2017 20:36 - 27 Feb 2017 20:42 #88707 by PCW
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Why no 7i90 pins appear even though there appear to be no driver
errors is unknown, i have not seen this problem before

can you try this:

halrun
halcmd: loadrt hostmot2
halcmd: loadrt hm2_7i90
halcmd: show pin hm2
Last Edit: 27 Feb 2017 20:42 by PCW.
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27 Feb 2017 20:42 - 27 Feb 2017 20:44 #88708 by JR1050
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result :

user@CMP-0179:~$ halrun
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halcmd: loadrt hm2_7i90
Error: could not insert module /usr/realtime-3.4-9-rtai-686-pae/modules/linuxcnc/hm2_7i90.ko: Unknown symbol in module
<stdin>:1: exit value: 1
<stdin>:1: insmod for hm2_7i90 failed, returned -1
See the output of 'dmesg' for more information.
halcmd:

halcmd: show pin hm2
Component Pins:
Owner Type Dir Value Name

halcmd:


error screen repeatedly says hm2_7i90.00.read does not exist
is it possible this combo will not work with ver 2.7?
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27 Feb 2017 20:56 - 27 Feb 2017 20:58 #88710 by PCW
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That

( Error: could not insert module /usr/realtime-3.4-9-rtai-686-pae/modules/linuxcnc/hm2_7i90.ko: Unknown symbol in module )

would be expected since you did not load hostmot2 first
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