Linuxcnc 2.7 is "bricking" my computer, any way to rollback update to 2.6?

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14 May 2018 13:16 #110728 by punking
punking replied the topic: Linuxcnc 2.7 is "bricking" my computer, any way to rollback update to
No,

stops at the same spot in terminal
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14 May 2018 17:19 #110732 by PCW
PCW replied the topic: Linuxcnc 2.7 is "bricking" my computer, any way to rollback update to
Thats pretty odd, how did you upgrade to 2.7?
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14 May 2018 19:14 - 14 May 2018 19:17 #110736 by punking
punking replied the topic: Linuxcnc 2.7 is "bricking" my computer, any way to rollback update to
since I haev the computer connected to the internet , I used update manager and updated with that.


how can i do a clean uninstall of everything linuxcnc?

then i can reinstall linuxcnc.
Last Edit: 14 May 2018 19:17 by punking.
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14 May 2018 20:14 #110739 by ozzyrob
ozzyrob replied the topic: Linuxcnc 2.7 is "bricking" my computer, any way to rollback update to
Can you run the latency-test from a terminal ?
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14 May 2018 20:24 #110740 by Grotius
Grotius replied the topic: Linuxcnc 2.7 is "bricking" my computer, any way to rollback update to
Punking has not shown the picture of the terminal when linux is stopping.

If Punking is not able to do that because of speed of starting and closing. Punking has to type in terminal : linuxcnc
Then he will be able to make picture of fault message.
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14 May 2018 22:56 #110747 by punking
punking replied the topic: Linuxcnc 2.7 is "bricking" my computer, any way to rollback update to
There is a picture of the terminal earlier in the thread
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15 May 2018 11:42 #110754 by punking
punking replied the topic: Linuxcnc 2.7 is "bricking" my computer, any way to rollback update to
the error I'm experiencing is a graphics issue.
I got linuxcnc working.
But it is with a workaround, that i need help with.

When i boot up the computer, it is running ubuntu 12.4
i have to boot into a previous version kernal like I always did. But,,.... now i have to boot into recovery mode of that kernal and choose tyhe fail-safe graphics mode.

once booted up, linuxcnc works fine. how can I make the graphics work without all of the bootup procedures? and have it work in limited graphics mode automatically?
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15 May 2018 13:24 #110764 by Todd Zuercher
Todd Zuercher replied the topic: Linuxcnc 2.7 is "bricking" my computer, any way to rollback update to
Sounds like an OpenGL problem. As a test, try running one of the simulations that don't use it, like TKLinuxcnc.

You might have to change your driver for your graphics, or one of it's settings (related to OpenGL).
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