Debian 12 - Bookworm Live installer ISO for linuxcnc (x86_64)

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24 Aug 2023 12:44 #278854 by rodw

The first post requires a bit of editing, command lines are attached to other stuff.

try that! (You can do the next edit on our glorious forum) 

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24 Aug 2023 13:20 #278856 by tommylight
Modified the tittle to reflect it is for x86 only.
This should work on all PC'c, even older ones, did you check about memory addressing? Can it do more than 4GB? Does it have/require PAE options?

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24 Aug 2023 13:31 #278857 by rodw
Thanks for that. I did edit it a bit too.
Anything Debian 12 will install on should be supported so there should be no restrictions.
2 Core PC's can be a bit slow but with my 6.3 kernel and a R8168-dkms driver, guys have got it going...
I would recommend 4 core and above.

One project I am thinking about is to build a Rapberry Pi image using a cross compiler on X86.
The old Linuxcnc buildbot uses a raspberry Pi to build on which is  a bit problematic in terms of reliability.

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24 Aug 2023 14:39 #278864 by tommylight

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26 Aug 2023 05:27 #278988 by rodw
The first post has been updated to include a repository for the linuxcnc-ethercat hal driver.
This was due to generous help from Bjarne Van Horn from IgH. IgH wrote the ethercat master we use
From there, I was able to build a Deb file of the Ethercat driver and host it on a repository.
If you don't want to use the installer bove, you can build the Deb or use the repository as described in the readme on my github here:
github.com/rodw-au/linuxcnc-ethercat/tree/adapt_debian
I can't believe how easy it was to host the package at cloudpackage.io

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29 Aug 2023 17:57 #279304 by abdulasis12
Hi, MR.Rodw
I D/L image from your link I try install
Debian 12 start up and I use
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
it's have some WARNNING how can I fix ?

and below in picture , icon not show picture of shortcut program too.

 
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29 Aug 2023 18:01 #279306 by JPL

... and below in picture , icon not show picture of shortcut program too....

 


Network appear to be disconnected (top right of the picture), thus cannot reach any server for updates.

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29 Aug 2023 18:18 #279307 by abdulasis12


Network appear to be disconnected (top right of the picture), thus cannot reach any server for updates.

Hi mr. JPL
My PC have 2 network
- Pcie wifi card
- Pcie LAN network card
I'm not sure that icon show because wifi not connect but lan connect internet.
I will check again tomorow , will reply soon.
Thank you.

Asis,

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29 Aug 2023 21:17 #279319 by rodw
You do not have internet.
What PC and  What network card in your PC.
There was a regression where non-free non-free-firmware

Was not added to /etc/apt/sources.list

Please: sudo geany /etc/apt/sources.list
and add those words in bold to every line that starts with deb, then updada and upgrade
Its possible that you do not have NIC support which is strange.
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30 Aug 2023 02:04 #279335 by abdulasis12
Hi,
Today I connect WIFI and go update again
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
Maybe today for update time. 

 
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