Failed to install linuxcnc2.9.2

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07 Feb 2024 20:23 #292782 by machinedude
tommy i watched some videos on the md5sum and i think the easy way would be to just copy the flashed ISO in your downloads so you can just open the Linux ISO in the terminal to run the md5sum so the path is done for you already. what i ran into was it not doing anything. it was just running in the background and not giving me anything to check against the txt file to see if things matched up?

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07 Feb 2024 21:22 #292787 by tommylight
Looks like i shot from the hip, there is no md5sum for any of the images there! :(
Strange as that should be included always together with sha256 to make sure the download is not corrupted.

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08 Feb 2024 09:56 #292832 by machinedude
tommy would it be a huge set back to try and install 2.9.1 ? i only need 2.9 or later for the 7I96S

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08 Feb 2024 10:24 #292835 by rodw

tommy would it be a huge set back to try and install 2.9.1 ? i only need 2.9 or later for the 7I96S


Your issue is stange. I have no answers for you except to install the release version if Debian from their web site and follow the steps here
docs.google.com/document/d/1jeV_4VKzVmOI...diY/edit?usp=sharing
Please let me know if anything is not clear. We are planning on adding these instruiuctions into the 2.9.2 docs

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08 Feb 2024 11:59 #292841 by tommylight
Download the Debian 12.4 ISO from the Debian website, choose what desktop environment you like, be it Mate or XFCE or Cinnamon or..., install it to hard drive, reboot, then in a terminal:
sudo apt update
sudo apt install linuxcnc-uspace
You can also use Linux Mint Debian Edition 6, it comes with Cinnamon, same procedure.
And i am pretty sure 7i96S also works with 2.8.4.

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08 Feb 2024 17:57 #292864 by RobotMatic
I was able to solve the installation problem !!!!!!!!!!!!!

I bought a new 16G 2.0 flash drive and everything went smoothly

Runs on 6.1.0.16-RT amd64 kernel .        6.1.0.17-rt amd64 doesn't work !

thanksssssss !!!!
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08 Feb 2024 19:57 #292875 by PCW
Replied by PCW on topic Failed to install linuxcnc2.9.2
What problem did you have with 6.1.0.17-rt amd64?
 

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09 Feb 2024 01:40 - 09 Feb 2024 01:41 #292902 by RobotMatic
Cannot load it, results in package failed

E: linux-image-6.1.0-17-rt-amd64: thread installed package linux-image-6.1.0-17-rt-amd64 post-installation script returned error exit code 1
E: linux-image-rt-amd64: dependency issues - left unconfigured
Last edit: 09 Feb 2024 01:41 by RobotMatic.

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09 Feb 2024 02:14 #292904 by rodw

Cannot load it, results in package failed

E: linux-image-6.1.0-17-rt-amd64: thread installed package linux-image-6.1.0-17-rt-amd64 post-installation script returned error exit code 1
E: linux-image-rt-amd64: dependency issues - left unconfigured

I posted on another thread where Tommy has the solution

sudo apt update 
sudo dpkg -P raspi-firmware 
sudo apt dist-upgrade

Reboot into the 6.1.0-17 kernel

This is a Debian bug so it won't be solved quickly
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09 Feb 2024 12:20 #292932 by RobotMatic
Thanks, there I am walking with 17. Latency improved after making the switch.
 
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