(superseeded) Linuxcnc on Linux Mint 19.3 quick and easy installation

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27 Aug 2020 06:38 #179662 by Clive S

So is anyone actually downloading and using the 19.2 ISO, if not I'll let the Domain & Server run down. No point paying for a server and DNS if the only use it gets is uploading linuxcnc packages that no one uses.


I still use it and A friend of mine does. But if we are the only ones then we could switch

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27 Aug 2020 07:13 #179666 by BeagleBrainz
You can always keep the installation and build your own packages from source.
There is a package available in my repo called linuxcnc-build-deps that installs the stuff to build linuxcnc from git sources.
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27 Aug 2020 11:46 #179680 by seuchato


I just posted the test results of the script on the specific topic of the script ...


According to the results, your machine seems to work on swap: "Swap useage: prerun: 16732, running: 27432" Add ram! Add 2 ram bars of same size. I would not go under 4GiB.

Greez chris
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27 Aug 2020 12:08 #179682 by aparecido


I just posted the test results of the script on the specific topic of the script ...


According to the results, your machine seems to work on swap: "Swap useage: prerun: 16732, running: 27432" Add ram! Add 2 ram bars of same size. I would not go under 4GiB.

Greez chris


I didn't quite understand, my motherboard accepts a maximum of 4gb, I could put two memories of 2gb giving 4gb or I can put two memories of 1gb giving 2gb, which would be the best option?

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27 Aug 2020 16:56 - 27 Aug 2020 17:35 #179705 by aparecido
I'm not able to find Kingston or Markvision memories, I just found Digitron, Smart and Microware, but I don't know if they are good ... I don't know these brands.
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27 Aug 2020 20:59 #179740 by tommylight
I was about to say that Clive uses it ....... to late ! :)

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27 Aug 2020 21:14 #179742 by aparecido

I was about to say that Clive uses it ....... to late ! :)

Sorry Tommy, I don't understand ...

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27 Aug 2020 21:34 #179745 by tommylight

I was about to say that Clive uses it ....... to late ! :)

Sorry Tommy, I don't understand ...

Oh sorry, that was meant for Beagle.

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27 Aug 2020 21:41 #179746 by aparecido

I was about to say that Clive uses it ....... to late ! :)

Sorry Tommy, I don't understand ...

Oh sorry, that was meant for Beagle.

Ok, no problem :laugh:
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28 Aug 2020 10:02 #179799 by seuchato

I'm not able to find Kingston or Markvision memories, I just found Digitron, Smart and Microware, but I don't know if they are good ... I don't know these brands.


In the case of RAM: more helps more!

Taken from your test results here :
RAM related data:
Maximum Memory Module Size: 4096 MB
Maximum Total Memory Size: 8192 MB
Maximum Capacity: 16 GB
Maximum Memory Module Size: 4096 MB
Maximum Total Memory Size: 8192 MB
[Obs: need to work on my script again, seems confusing]
If your MoBo has two slots, you can go up to 8GiB. With 4GiB, there should not be any change in swap usage, while running the script.

greez
chris
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