Custom Mint-19.2 with Linuxcnc

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27 Feb 2020 16:58 #158653 by bensttech
fresh linuxmint-19.2.0-LCNC-2.8-RT-27022020-UEFI-mate-64bit just installing now, are there any handy instructions on the SRC build process? I have been using the ones at gnipsel.com/linuxcnc/uspace/linuxmint19-emc.html
but unsure if there are correct for this build

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27 Feb 2020 17:08 #158654 by BeagleBrainz
Sorry Clive I got a bit confused with you tivoi having the same issues. :silly:

My apologies to all.
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27 Feb 2020 17:16 - 27 Feb 2020 17:24 #158655 by BeagleBrainz
Read the README (not exact name) that will be on the desktop.
Of course you will want to run
sudo apt-get update
before running the script.
You may want to run
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
to update packages.
Run as per the read me
sh ~/utils/bin/get_linuxcnc_build_deps.sh

Read this on building a Run In Place build (RIP).
linuxcnc.org/docs/devel/html/code/buildi...cnc.html#Quick-Start

Or you can open the HTML documentation from the Linuxcnc menu group.
Last edit: 27 Feb 2020 17:24 by BeagleBrainz.

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27 Feb 2020 18:20 #158659 by tommylight
I think someone asked about updating the Linuxcnc version of this ISO ftom 2.8 to 2.9 by compiling from source. That is not required, it can easily be done by:
Open synaptics, search for Linixcnc, mark for complete removal, aplly, exit.
Go to:
Buildbot.linuxcnc.org/~buildmaster/dists/
Click on streatch, master, 64bit, near the end are latest DEB's with linuxcnc-userpace in their name, chose the largest number in the name, download, open with Gdebi, install.
That is it, it takes about 3 to 5 mimutes.

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27 Feb 2020 18:41 #158665 by porshe
Sorry BeagleBrainz. Really confused about topics. Admins delete posts please.

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27 Feb 2020 19:03 #158674 by tommylight
@porche,
The ISO images here and the ones you used at the beginning from the other topic are all custom ISO's with kernels and Linuxcnc installed, that is why i asked earlier why are you trying to compile Linuxcnc on a system with Linuxcnc already installed ?
Now i went back and read your posts, you were trying to install Linuxcnc version 2.9 on an RTAI kernel version, i can not recall that there is a 2.9 version for RTAI at all, just checked there is no such thing, although i might have missed it.
Again, ISO's on this thread and the other thread that is now superseded by this one are fully installed and functional even as Live booted from USB, meaning you can configure and run the machine from the USB or after installing it to hard drive, without installing any additional stuff.

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27 Feb 2020 23:13 - 28 Feb 2020 00:09 #158696 by BeagleBrainz
Ok there is a problem with building linuxcnc master (v2.9)
Need to look into this more

Submitted bug report

For now
checkout after cloning with this command
git checkout v2.9.0-pre0-1042-gdef92fbb4
Last edit: 28 Feb 2020 00:09 by BeagleBrainz.
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28 Feb 2020 07:19 - 28 Feb 2020 07:43 #158729 by BeagleBrainz
Packages for MATE RT_PREEMPT 15022020 or later image



Note this is for those that have been testing, not recommended for novices or production machines.The branch they have been built from is a testing branch only. Do not cry if they wreck everything in a 50 mile radius, same applies if they divide by zero.....but if they do divide by zero video evidence is needed.....I need a really good laugh today. To be perfectly honest these are just for testing the build dependencies and testing installation. The local html docs with still open the 2.8 versions....as these docs were not installed as a package.


Packages are here, only the debs are needed.
drive.google.com/open?id=15KBcLJTZcwtN8lq8z_uhlB8ws3G3SGUE

Instructions:
Open synaptics, search for Linixcnc, mark for complete removal, apply, exit. (Thanks tommy)

Download the following
linuxcnc-uspace
linuxcnc-uspace-dev
linuxcnc-doc-en or linuxcnc-doc-fr or linuxcnc-doc-es

Go to where the files are are click, on each file with Gdebi and install in the order listed above.

This can even be done in a live session, of course everything will be lost after rebooting.

This are just for testing only please do not use them on a production machine
Last edit: 28 Feb 2020 07:43 by BeagleBrainz.
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01 Mar 2020 03:11 #158863 by cmorley
Anyone notice that the back plot on Mint 19 doesn't show the extends of the machinable area or is this just my machine?
It is usually made of dashed lines.

Chris

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01 Mar 2020 03:45 #158866 by BeagleBrainz
The red ones as below ?

This is from the recent pull with the designer issue fixed.


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