LinuxCNC on Debian 10 Buster quick and easy install

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10 Oct 2020 08:19 #185565 by BeagleBrainz

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.


What are you saying here ? I don't quite get what you are hinting at.

Usual process is:
You download the ISO.
You write the ISO to a usb stick. The image must be written to the device, not a partition. Under windows win32diskimager works all the time under normal circumstances. Under Linux & MacOS dd works well, tho you have to be careful.
Your OS may not recognise the format of the disk after this.
Boot with the USB sitck.
Then install onto your system.

If you think the images are damaged the best thing is to check the md5sum.
Also a description on your computer hardware will help. Either the model & brand of the computer or the exact model of motherboard.
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23 Oct 2020 08:10 #186982 by strahlensauger
Hi Tommy,
the link needs to be updated to10.6
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23 Oct 2020 10:18 #186992 by tommylight

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25 Nov 2020 18:00 #190278 by hottabich
In the first post you recommend the official Linuxcnc Debian Buster.iso image. Disadvantages: during installation
from USB, you need to remove the USB flash drive and insert it into another usb port. XCFE environment does not allow installing GIMP. Gdebi doesn't work ... When adding Mate environment it works better. No built-in designer with widgets.

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25 Nov 2020 18:24 #190280 by tommylight

Disadvantages: during installation
from USB, you need to remove the USB flash drive and insert it into another usb port.

Never had to do that, it works properly on at least 5 of my computers/laptops.

XCFE environment does not allow installing GIMP.

It does, have it on 2 PC's, simple "sudo apt-get install gimp" worked.

Gdebi doesn't work ...

It does work, it is used to install stuff in this tutorial.

When adding Mate environment it works better.

Yes it does, i use Mate exclusively on my PC's/laptops.

No built-in designer with widgets.

No, they are not included, this is a non-free version of Official Debian Buster with LinuxCNC added, nothing more and nothing less.
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25 Nov 2020 21:30 #190292 by hottabich
Install official non free Linuxcnc Debian Buster.iso mit linuxcnc.

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25 Nov 2020 21:34 - 25 Nov 2020 21:34 #190293 by tommylight

Install official non free Linuxcnc Debian Buster.iso mit linuxcnc.

Official LinuxCNC Debian Buster is not "non free", it is the free version.
The difference is the non-free version has proprietary drivers that might be needed for some WiFi hardware.
BTW, it says to install official release at the top of the first post.
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05 Mar 2021 19:51 #201120 by DenkBrettl
I think you could change the link to cdimage.debian.org/images/unofficial/non.../current-live/amd64/ and it would always be current. If not then 10.8 is the current version.

Which desktop environment would you recommend for LinuxCNC? Any differences?
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05 Mar 2021 21:14 #201130 by tommylight

I think you could change the link to cdimage.debian.org/images/unofficial/non.../current-live/amd64/ and it would always be current. If not then 10.8 is the current version.

Done, thank you.

Which desktop environment would you recommend for LinuxCNC? Any differences?

I prefer Mate, although i use XFCE on older systems. But i use mostly Mint.

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