Getting started with mesa 7i95?

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02 Feb 2021 11:44 #197409 by tommylight
In a terminal
ip a
ping 10.10.10.10

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02 Feb 2021 12:36 #197411 by Clive S
Also as Tom has said.
You might also have to hash (comment) this line out of the ini file

[HMOT]
# **** This is for info only ****
CARD0=hm2_7i95.0
to
[HMOT]
# **** This is for info only ****
#CARD0=hm2_7i95.0

But make sure you can ping the card first.

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02 Feb 2021 13:11 - 02 Feb 2021 13:11 #197417 by suraj9735
I updated my kernal version to 5.10.0, but still getting the same error. Please look into it. Thanks
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02 Feb 2021 13:20 #197421 by rodw
You do not have your networks set up properly so you cannot connect the card.

This video I published today covers this. It uses a 7i76e but all the concepts are the same

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02 Feb 2021 13:27 #197424 by tommylight

suraj9735 wrote: I updated my kernal version to 5.10.0, but still getting the same error. Please look into it. Thanks

Why would you do that?
LinuxCNC needs/requires real time kernel to run machines.
More info about everything, what Linux, what LinuxCNC, how are things wired/connected, etc.

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02 Feb 2021 14:36 - 02 Feb 2021 14:51 #197429 by PCW
Replied by PCW on topic Getting started with mesa 7i95?
My guess is that you have the host IP address set to 10.10.10.10,
so you can ping 10.10.10.10 but you are pinging your host, not the 7I95
The host address needs to be set to a different address on the same subnet
say 10.10.10.100. (and reinstall the linuxCNC image with the real time kernel)

This is why tommylight suggested running and reporting the results of the

ip a

command, as this will show how your host network is setup
(rather than having the people trying to help guessing what the problem is)
Last edit: 02 Feb 2021 14:51 by PCW.
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03 Feb 2021 05:39 - 03 Feb 2021 05:40 #197521 by Pro_El
Is there are some progress for adding 7i95 to PncConf, this will solve lot of beginners issue..
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03 Feb 2021 14:42 #197550 by suraj9735

PCW wrote: My guess is that you have the host IP address set to 10.10.10.10,
so you can ping 10.10.10.10 but you are pinging your host, not the 7I95
The host address needs to be set to a different address on the same subnet
say 10.10.10.100. (and reinstall the linuxCNC image with the real time kernel)

This is why tommylight suggested running and reporting the results of the

ip a

command, as this will show how your host network is setup
(rather than having the people trying to help guessing what the problem is)



I have attached my pinned result, it says "destination host unreachable". During Pncconf I set 10.10.10.10 (I am still figuring out your suggestion for using 10.10.10.100, should I replace my card address setting 10.10.10.10 to 10.10.10.100 during mesa card card0 setting ???, i have used jumper position like W16 (down), W17 (up) ). Please forgive my stupidity, as I am very new to linuxcnc and linux too.
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03 Feb 2021 14:45 #197551 by suraj9735

rodw wrote: You do not have your networks set up properly so you cannot connect the card.

This video I published today covers this. It uses a 7i76e but all the concepts are the same



I am not able to see what u really pinged in the terminal. That's not visible.

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03 Feb 2021 15:40 #197557 by PCW
Replied by PCW on topic Getting started with mesa 7i95?
Ok you do not have a static IP address setup on your host PC
Suggested ip address is 10.10.10.100.

You can set this up with the network manager GUI or by
editing the interfaces file as suggested in the hm2_eth
manual page:

man hm2_eth

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