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07 Feb 2024 19:46 #292780 by bobwolf
ok I use 2.8... maybe that's why
I will try to search for the 'gcodes' file on my PC to understand this functionality a little better

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07 Feb 2024 19:56 - 07 Feb 2024 19:57 #292781 by Aciera
Documentation for the python interface:
linuxcnc.org/docs/2.8/html/config/python-interface.html

As I said, start your config from the console and check for error messages.
Last edit: 07 Feb 2024 19:57 by Aciera. Reason: change link to 2.8
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07 Feb 2024 22:39 #292793 by tcoleman978
As of the 2.9.2 update the gmoccapy.py file has disappeared. I can't find it anywhere. Have things been changed? It still loads up...sooo?
What happened? Or am I missing something simple?

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08 Feb 2024 01:13 - 08 Feb 2024 01:18 #292806 by Aciera
open a terminal and see what this command reports:

find ./ -type f -name gmoccapy.py

[edit]

If you have not built LinuxCNC on your computer then you may need to search in the root directory:

cd /
sudo find ./ -type f -name gmoccapy.py

 
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08 Feb 2024 10:42 - 08 Feb 2024 10:48 #292836 by bobwolf
after a night of rest for the machine, this morning it works... mysteries of faith... ;-)
I did some testing by opening linuxcnc from the terminal and tried to understand what's in gcodes and made a small table:
[0] -> I don't know
[1] -> modal group G0 - G3 and G80 - G89
[2] -> modal commands, -1 when called modal command
[3] -> modal group G17 G18
[4] -> modal group G40 - G42.1
[5] -> modal group G20,G21
[6] -> modal group G90 G91
[7] -> modal group G93 - G95
[8] -> modal group G54 - G59.3
[9] -> modal group G43 - G49
[10] -> modal group G98 G99
[11] -> modal group G61 - G64
[12] -> I don't know
[13] -> modal group G96 G97
[14] -> modal group G90.1 G91.1
[15] -> modal group G7 G8
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08 Feb 2024 20:58 #292882 by tcoleman978
Aciera:
I get the following:

/ $ sudo find ./ -type f -name gmoccapy.py
find: '/run/user/1000/doc': Permission denied
find: '/run/user/1000/gvfs': Permission denied
/ $ cd run/user/1000/gvfs
/ $ /run/user/1000/gvfs dir (seems to do nothing)
/ $ /run/user/1000/gvfs sudo dir
dir: cannot open directory '.': Permission denied

previously it wasn't this hidden
Is something screwed up?

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08 Feb 2024 23:23 #292894 by tommylight

/ $ sudo find ./ -type f -name gmoccapy.py
find: '/run/user/1000/doc': Permission denied

user ID 1000 on Linux is usually the Live user, is this on an installed system?

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09 Feb 2024 00:06 #292896 by tcoleman978
I believe so. Downloaded, burned to a card, then installed linuxcnc. Everything was fine until the beginning of January when the desktop said Updates available...I said ok, and everything went to ....well not a happy place.
I come from dos, so linux has me at a disadvantage.

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09 Feb 2024 08:24 #292916 by Aciera
This is normal, It's just telling you that it could not look for the file (ie gmoccapy.py) on the network drives.
Try this (note the removed '.py'):

/ $ sudo find ./ -type f -name gmoccapy

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09 Feb 2024 11:32 #292929 by tcoleman978
It finds a number of gmoccapy's but not .py . (a lot of .mo 's what ever they are)
So just what directory is it SUPPOSED to be in?
and....network drives.....where did they come from? In an RPI4?

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