cssd m.2 someone have trouble with ??

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29 Apr 2019 17:24 #132304 by k-1
has anyone tried to install mint 64bit on cssd m.2 (for ex. 1500mb / sec) and check if the latency performance has improved compared to a classic ssd?

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29 Apr 2019 20:30 #132314 by InMyDarkestHour
First thing you will want to check is if there is support in Mint.
Debian with a lighter weight desktop and window manager will help.
Whilst Mint is a great distro for a desktop machine I feel it is a bit “heavy” for linuxcnc.

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30 Apr 2019 08:53 #132334 by k-1
for sure is supported from mint .... for sure it's heavy ... but it's difficult to run many applications (opencv, graphical gui whit qt, ssh continuous communication) + linuxcnc on a light OS. I ask about mint because many Lcnc people use it ... but at these time I use Ubuntu 18.04.
For sure i prefer RTAI instead rt-preempt .... but RTAI 5 not support at 100% 64bit or newer kernel .... so you can suggest some SO linux kernel 64bit from 4.10 to 4.15 lighter?

very thanks for your reply or furter suggest

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30 Apr 2019 11:01 #132342 by rodw
Long term RTAI is not going to survive in the Linux world. PREEMPT_RT will become the only real time version out there. Here is an interesting article. There are some big players with real money behind it.

www.linuxfoundation.org/blog/2018/09/rea...elopment-and-beyond/

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30 Apr 2019 11:05 - 30 Apr 2019 12:03 #132343 by InMyDarkestHour
Yeah you can run all that on debian with xfce desktop

But do you want to control an actual machine or just play ?
Last edit: 30 Apr 2019 12:03 by InMyDarkestHour.

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01 May 2019 15:08 #132444 by k-1
He rodw .... I have a subscription on linuxfoundation from 2015.

xfce is avaiable on ubuntu minimal and mint too ... but normally mint people prefer cinammon or qtgui .... i think qtgui is more versatile solution .... but if the weight of wm is the problem .... you can use qt framework and no other.

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05 May 2019 01:43 #132793 by tommylight
I am one of those MINT people, but i use MATE always, on all laptops and PC's ( 3 laptops, 4 PC's in daily use ). I also use Mint with mate on miners with Nvidia cards, although they do not have monitors connected.

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05 May 2019 04:42 #132807 by InMyDarkestHour
Do you have a local repo setup for updates ?
I use reprepro update one machine copy the updates to my server and the other machines get the updates from there ?
Anyone given arch ago ? I had a play around last night on a virtual machine with a 5 series kernel with rt?
The linuxcnc and libmodbus build scripts needed a bit of a massage to play nicely. But last night was the first time playing with arch

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05 May 2019 22:11 #132877 by tommylight
No i do not, i just use dist-upgrade from time to time and disable automatic updates. This is to prevent installing new kernels, as i use preempt-rt on all of them.
I have 2 versions of arch that i rarely use on a USB SSD, but i have not done an arch install in several years.

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