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25 Sep 2021 13:39 #221550 by persei8
You're right, it was relatively easy, hopefully moreso the second and subsequent times. I wonder if it's possible to set up a cron job to automate the whole process.

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25 Sep 2021 14:00 #221552 by robertspark
I'm fairly new to Linux, reading about Cron now, didn't know it existed looks like a really useful scheduler

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25 Sep 2021 23:30 - 25 Sep 2021 23:48 #221586 by phillc54
I use the attached bash script called from cron. 
 

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25 Sep 2021 23:44 #221587 by persei8
Thanks, I will try it out. What does 1c9w7aR_m3ym3m9tWlHN01o4Vics3b3gh mean?

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25 Sep 2021 23:46 #221588 by phillc54
I store the packages on googledrive and that is just the link to them, i probably shouldn't have left it in there. 

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25 Sep 2021 23:59 #221589 by tommylight

What does 1c9w7aR_m3ym3m9tWlHN01o4Vics3b3gh mean?

Looks suspiciously like a BitCoin address ! :)

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27 Sep 2021 15:36 #221704 by persei8
Not sure if this is the right place for this question, but :
running dpkg-buildpackage -b -uc builds documentation for several languages and consumes lots of extra time doing so.
The configure script has a no-docs option but how can I configure it for only english docs?
Thanks.

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27 Sep 2021 15:53 #221705 by robertspark
I just use no-docs as it's quicker plus I use the forum docs in html
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09 Oct 2021 18:35 #222675 by IslandSpark
As someone forced to Deb 11 due to my hardware i'd love a walkthrough!

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10 Oct 2021 09:38 #222723 by rodw

Dependencies are typically listed in the debian config:
 

I've done 2 installs onto Debian 11 (Bullseye) now.

With the release of Debian 11 (Bullseye), I think there is now no need for Linuxcnc to distribute software on ISO's. Instead, I think the right path forward is work with the Debian guys to have a deb for 2.9 branch published in the debian repos. My understanding of the repos is that all of the required dependencies are then deployed when the user types
sudo apt-get install linuxcnc
Or use Synaptic to install it
 If this was done, our software could be installed (on kernel 5.10 and above) in 3 steps
1. install the preempt_rt kernel
2. Install grub customiser and make PREEMPT_RT the default kernel at boot time
3. reboot into PREEMPT_RT
4. install linuxcnc like any other program with apt or synaptic.

At the moment in the absence of a Python 3/Debian 11 deb file, I've been resolving the dependencies, compiling RIP and building the debs. Its still pretty easy. I did try using the Buster deb from buildbot originally a week or so before the official Debian relaease but it got tangled up with different dependencies and Python 2.7. Since then Master branch has dropped Python 2.7 so maybe it works now.
Debian 11 was released on 14 August 2021 and an update was released on 9 October 2021 so now it would be a good time to work on this.

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