[etherlab-users] X Windows Manager & Network Connection?

Ian Norton I.Norton at CranfieldAerospace.com
Wed Feb 6 18:30:46 CET 2013

Hi Florian,

Posting the code.


Ian R.K. Norton
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[mailto:etherlab-users-bounces at etherlab.org]On Behalf Of Florian Pose
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Subject: Re: [etherlab-users] X Windows Manager & Network Connection?

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Hello Ian.

Am 06.02.2013 10:09, schrieb Ian Norton:
> The o/p from the AKD is full of warnings/errors/skips and timouts.
> Maybe a clue?

Looks as the domain datagram ist queued and sent multiple times per
cycle, before it was received again. This would also the
incomplete/jumping process data. Can you post your cyclic code?

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