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10 Oct 2020 02:42 #185537 by Mduran
That was my question, in the tutorials in the forum to install ethercat, they reference the iso that has to be downloaded that already has the "linuxcnc" included, but in the tutorial also download another linuxcnc that is the place , but they call that folder "linuxcnc - deb", by doing that they won't have 2 linuxcnc installed?

To which I could conclude that it is required to install linuxcnc in place to be able to install ethercat.

So if I did the test of using 2 images, you already take one with linuxcnc 2.8 and another with 2.9 and in the tutorial I skipped the step of installing linuxcnc in the place, but the installation could not be carried out as I thought it was required that is in the place linuxcnc

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10 Oct 2020 02:48 #185538 by phillc54
You can have a package installation and a run in place installation (or several rip installations for that matter) on one machine.

You shouldn't "need" any more than one installation though as you can only run one at a time.

I think you need to ask the question on the ethercat thread as to which type of installation is required. For most situations either one is fine but I know nothing of ethercat.

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10 Oct 2020 03:46 #185546 by Mduran
With the installation of packages an executable is generated as in the clip art?

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10 Oct 2020 03:47 #185547 by phillc54

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10 Oct 2020 03:48 #185548 by Mduran
With the installation of packages an executable is generated as in the pre-designed packages?

Sorry, I was wrong

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10 Oct 2020 03:50 #185549 by phillc54

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10 Oct 2020 04:00 #185551 by Mduran
So to generate a linuxcnc package it would be as follows?

$ git clone github.com/LinuxCNC/linuxcnc.git linuxcnc

$ cd linuxcnc

$ git checkout 2.8

$ linuxcnc / debian / => ./configure uspace => cd ..
$ linuxcnc / => dpkg-checkbuilddeps => sudo apt-get install ..... until done.
$ cd ..
$ dpkg-buildpackage -b -uc

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10 Oct 2020 04:02 #185552 by phillc54
Yes, it is all in here:
linuxcnc.org/docs/2.8/html/code/building-linuxcnc.html

But why go to all that trouble when there are ready built packages.

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10 Oct 2020 04:09 #185553 by Mduran
And I tried 2 programs to mount iso images and if it mounts well but at the moment of wanting to install it does not recognize the ssd or hdd to install it and I know that it is not my computer because I tried 3 different, I think the images are damaged or Will the programs be used?

What program do you recommend that works?

Or a pre-designed package that you have already used and works that you can share with me.

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10 Oct 2020 04:53 - 10 Oct 2020 04:55 #185554 by phillc54
These are the packages I have in Synaptic Package Manager I change between them and they all work.

Warning: Spoiler!


Edit: If you use the buildbot then you need to install the archive signing key:
buildbot.linuxcnc.org/
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