Complete HOW-TO Linux Mint 18.1 32/64 RTAI or PREEMPT with RIP install or deb

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02 Jan 2019 18:41 #123348 by tomala89
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02 Jan 2019 22:33 - 02 Jan 2019 22:41 #123367 by Grotius
Hi,

I think you forgot to " sudo make setuid " at the end of the install of linuxcnc after the " make " command.

You can do it at any moment in src directory. Type : sudo make setuid

output is :

chown root ../bin/rtapi_app
chmod 4750 ../bin/rtapi_app
chown root ../bin/linuxcnc_module_helper
chmod 4750 ../bin/linuxcnc_module_helper

If this is not solving the problem for you, then the problem is one step back in installation process, at the kernel config chooser.

Good luck !
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03 Jan 2019 00:49 #123380 by tommylight
At the second screen in stepconf untick the "use simulated somethingoranother".

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03 Jan 2019 21:17 - 03 Jan 2019 21:50 #123429 by tomala89
I have
chown root ../bin/rtapi_app
chmod 4750 ../bin/rtapi_app

Look at the error.
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04 Jan 2019 13:37 #123474 by andypugh

tommylight wrote: At the second screen in stepconf untick the "use simulated somethingoranother".


Yes, I think that is probably the problem.
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05 Jan 2019 19:56 #123565 by tomala89
"Create simulated hardware configuration." - I did not enable this option, I did all the settings as in the original emc.

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06 Jan 2019 20:46 #123635 by andypugh
On some versions the "create simulated config" was selected by default.

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13 Apr 2019 14:44 #130772 by richard123
Hello, I am a very beginner in Linuxcnc. I was trying to follow the instruction of installing the rtai linuxcnc on my Mint 18.1 32 bit with cinnamon desktop. When I get to the step of installing the linux-headers-3.4.9-rtai-686-pae, it is said that it need gcc 4.6 but it is not installable.

after this, I tried to follow the instruction for the rtai 4.1.0.1 version. With this version, when I got to the ./configure -r , it is said that there is no available rtai kernel for my Linux kernel which is 4.4.0-53-generic.

Can anyone help me please?

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13 Apr 2019 19:55 - 13 Apr 2019 20:00 #130789 by InMyDarkestHour
The problem is Precise is not the Ubuntu base for Mint 18, the Ubuntu base is Xenial, Xenial uses gcc 5 series.
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING LINKS
serverfault.com/questions/250224/how-do-...re-some-dependencies

unix.stackexchange.com/a/404449/23542
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14 Apr 2019 08:32 #130834 by pl7i92
whow 54 Pages of different infos
WE ((aMod)) shoudt make a sticky HOWto and be updatet if news are made

NEW users are well overvalue on this tread

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