[etherlab-users] verified linux distro + kernel + RTAI + etherlab version
Bilko AS, Oguz Dilmac
odilmac at bilko-automation.com
Wed Jun 6 10:09:09 CEST 2018
Thank you for your reply. I'll try 14.04.
The etherlab master 1.5.2 tar.bz2 file on the etherlab web site doesn't
have drivers for kernels higher than 3.4. But you are using kernel 3.13.
So I understand that you are using the development version by downlading
"hg clone http://hg.code.sf.net/p/etherlabmaster/code ethercat-hg". Am I
4.6.2018 21:54 tarihinde j.sikorski at utwente.nl yazdı:
> Dear Oguz,
> I am running the standard, stable Etherlab Master 1.5.2 on Ubuntu
> 14.04.01 with Kernel 3.13 (14.04.02 and newer have Kernels 4.x - I
> haven't tested them) , and I can recommend it. The installation
> according to IgH manual should work with no problem.
> I cannot advise you on any real-time interface, as our project employs
> CUDA, and we were unable to force Nvidia drivers to comply with any RT
> kernel patch.
> If you had any specific questions, I will be happy to answer them.
> Yours sincerely,
> Jakub Sikorski
> Doctoral Candidate
> Surgical Robotics Laboratory
> University of Twente
> 7500 AE Enschede
> The Netherlands
> *From:* etherlab-users <etherlab-users-bounces at etherlab.org> on behalf
> of Bilko AS, Oguz Dilmac <odilmac at bilko-automation.com>
> *Sent:* 04 June 2018 17:04:16
> *To:* etherlab-users at etherlab.org
> *Subject:* [etherlab-users] verified linux distro + kernel + RTAI +
> etherlab version
> Hi all,
> We are currently running on ubuntu 10.04 with kernel 2.6.32 and RTAI
> 3.8.1. We are using etherlab master 1.5.2 from the tar ball on the web
> site (http://www.etherlab.org/en/ethercat/). We use R8169 driver. We use
> CANopen over EtherCAT protocol.
> We want to upgrade our kernel version so that we can use newer device
> drivers (graphics, USB etc)
> I noticed, in ethercat master 1.5.2 tarball, the latest supported kernel
> version for ethernet drivers are 3.4. But in the development branch
> newer kernels are also supported.
> I'm having some porting problems with different distros and RTAI
> versions. Most likely they are due to my mistakes. But I want to be sure
> that I'm going to the right direction. So,
> * Can you suggest a verifed newer linux distro, kernel, RTAI version?
> Which versions / distros are you using? Can I use RTAI 5.1?
> * Also is it safe to use the development version with (or without)
> Gavin's patches
> Should I be aware of some potential problems?
> Best regards,
> Oguz Dilmac
> ARGE Bolumu
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