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[NI驱动软件] NI FlexRIO 13.1 Driver Linux32/64Eng NI-FlexRIO设备驱动程序13.1

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    NI FlexRIO 13.1 Driver Linux32/64Eng NI-FlexRIO设备驱动程序13.1

    FlexRIO
    FlexRIO驱动程序为使用NI FlexRIO设备的客户提供支持。
    FlexRIO驱动是用于支持FlexRIO设备的NI仪器驱动。该驱动为基于集成I/O和模块化I/O的FlexRIO设备提供硬件支持,包括用于FlexRIO的PXI FPGA模块以及FlexRIO的各种适配器模块。对于基于集成I/O的FlexRIO设备,FlexRIO驱动还提供用于数据流传输的API以及NI-TClk同步支持。

    Linux32/64Eng
    13.1
    文件名: FlexRIO\NI_FlexRIO-13.1.0.iso
    文件大小: 27459584 字节 (26.19 MB)
    修改日期: 2013-12-03 05:25
    MD5: c8f92d0cb530de4ec1edbe8db2aa74bf(官方正确)
    SHA1: e836fd90f4402f5a0be6d251ca1839032de9dc1b
    SHA256: 1408f9686d79095b91be79d40ee0608dab1849ce9539683a12a2a6d17502e4c3
    CRC32: afc1e8b8

    百度网盘与NI官方下载地址:
    LFlixeRIO13.1.txt (620 Bytes, 下载次数: 0, 售价: 10 快钱)

    NI FlexRIO for Linux, Version 13.1.0
    Copyright (c) 2013 National Instruments Corporation.
    All Rights Reserved.

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    This file contains late-breaking news about NI FlexRIO and supersedes any
    information found in other documentation included in the distribution. Refer to
    ni.com/linux for the most recent information about Linux support from National
    Instruments.
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    -----------------
    Table of Contents
    -----------------

    - NI FlexRIO for Linux
    - Differences from the Windows Driver
    - System Requirements
    - Installing NI FlexRIO for Linux
    - Using the NI FlexRIO Driver and FPGA Interface C API
    - Using the NI-RIO Server
    - Using RIO Aliases
    - Uninstalling NI FlexRIO for Linux
    - Running Linux on PXI Controllers
    - Licensing
    - FAQ

    ----------------------
    NI FlexRIO for Linux
    ----------------------

    NI FlexRIO for Linux contains the NI FlexRIO drivers, the NI FlexRIO shared
    library, the FPGA Interface C API runtimelibrary, and all supporting runtime
    libraries and services necessary to interact with an NI FlexRIO device from a
    system running Linux.

    -----------------------------------
    Differences from the Windows Driver
    -----------------------------------

    The following NI FlexRIO driver features supported for Windows are not
    supported for Linux:

    * Development of LabVIEW FPGA VIs and bitfiles (*.lvbitx)
    * Development of LabVIEW FPGA Interface host VIs

    You must compile a bitfile using LabVIEW FPGA on a Windows machine. Refer to
    the "Using the NI FlexRIO Driver and FPGA Interface C API" section for more
    information.

    -------------------
    System Requirements
    -------------------

    NI FlexRIO for Linux requires one of the following distributions:

    * Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.x i386
    * Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.x x86_64
    * Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x i386
    * Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x x86_64
    * Scientific Linux 5.x i386
    * Scientific Linux 5.x x86_64
    * Scientific Linux 6.x i386
    * Scientific Linux 6.x x86_64
    * openSUSE 12.1 i386
    * openSUSE 12.1 x86_64
    * openSUSE 12.2 i386
    * openSUSE 12.2 x86_64

    NI FlexRIO does not support x86 systems with memory or memory-mapped devices
    beyond the first 4 GB of physical address space. NI FlexRIO will fail to load
    if it detects hardware beyond this address limit. This limitation does not
    apply to x86_64 systems. To ensure the successful operation of National
    Instruments NI FlexRIO products on x86 systems, you must use a kernel
    configuration that recognizes only up to 4 GB of physical memory. Refer to the
    documentation of your Linux distribution to determine how to configure the
    distribution installer to select an appropriate kernel. Alternatively, you can
    dynamically restrict the addressable range of the kernel to a specific limit by
    passing "mem=<size>" to the kernel at boot time. For example, to restrict the
    kernel to 3 GB of addressable physical space, specify "mem=3072M".

    For more information about Linux versions and distributions supported by
    National Instruments, refer to ni.com/linux.

    In order to use NI FlexRIO on Linux, you need a Windows system to develop your
    LabVIEW FPGA application. You must compile a bitfile, generate headers with the
    FPGA Interface C API Generator, and then move the application to your Linux
    system. Refer to the "Using the NI FlexRIO Driver and FPGA Interface C API"
    section for more information.

    ---------------------------
    Installing NI FlexRIO for Linux
    ---------------------------

    Before installing this version of NI FlexRIO, uninstall any previous versions of
    NI-RIO or NI FlexRIO. For information about uninstalling an old version of
    NI FlexRIO or NI-RIO, refer to the readme for that version.

    To install NI FlexRIO for Linux, run the INSTALL script from this directory as
    root. The INSTALL script ensures that all requirements are met before
    installing the NI FlexRIO software. The script then uses RPM to install the
    content of the NI FlexRIO packages in /usr/local/natinst/. The script also
    creates links in /usr/local/lib/ to libraries in /usr/local/natinst/.

    Missing dependencies will cause the installer to fail. The most commonly
    missing dependencies are GCC and kernel sources. For distributions managed with
    yum, the following command can install those dependencies:

       yum install gcc kernel-devel-$(uname -r)

    For other distributions, refer to the documentation for your distribution.

    During installation on openSUSE, you may see the following error message:
    "Kernel source does not appear to be configured for the running kernel.
    Configuration of kernel source is required to continue installation." This
    message can occur even if you have instalLED the correct kernel sources, if the
    sources require configuration. This problem may affect other distributions in
    addition to openSUSE.

    Complete the following steps to configure your kernel sources on openSUSE:
    1. Install the kernel-source package corresponding to the version of the kernel
       you are using. For versions of openSUSE earlier than 11.3, you also need to
       install the corresponding kernel-syms package. You can determine which
       version of the kernel is running with the command "uname -r".
    2. Change the directory to /usr/src/linux-<version>, where <version> is the
       version number of the kernel.
    3. Run "zcat /boot/symvers-<version>.gz > Module.symvers" as root to prepare
       modversion support.
    4. Run "make cloneconfig" as root to configure the sources for the kernel.
    5. Run "make modules_prepare" as root to prepare the headers for compilation.

    After installing all missing dependencies, run the INSTALL script again.

    Once the INSTALL script completes successfully, reboot the system to ensure
    that all the drivers are updated.

    After installation, the NI FlexRIO drivers are loaded by default at boot time
    if there is an NI FlexRIO device in the system.

    ------------------------------------------------
    Using the NI FlexRIO Driver and FPGA Interface C API
    ------------------------------------------------

    You must begin development on a computer running Windows. Use LabVIEW FPGA to
    develop and build an FPGA VI that runs on an NI FlexRIO device. Use the FPGA
    Interface C API Generator to create the C source files for your application.
    Go to ni.com/info and enter the Info Code fpgainterfacecapi to get the latest
    version of the FPGA Interface C API Generator. Then copy the generated files
    to the Linux machine to begin development of C/C++ code for your application.
    For information about using the FPGA Interface C API, go to ni.com/info and
    enter the Info Code fpgainterfacecapihelp.

    To find the NI FlexRIO device you are using in your application, use the command
    "lsni -v" to list information on all National Instruments devices in the
    system.

    If your application requires triggering, you can reserve triggers statically
    with the NI PXI Config utility or dynamically with NI-VISA. For information
    about using these configuring PXI systems in Linux, go to ni.com/info and enter
    the Info Code linuxconfigpxi. For information about PXI triggering, go to
    ni.com/info and enter the Info Code pxitrigger. This version of NI FlexRIO for
    Linux supports triggering only on x86 versions of Linux.

    -----------------------
    Using the NI-RIO Server
    -----------------------

    Complete the following steps to remotely access NI FlexRIO devices on your Linux
    system from another system with NI FlexRIO installed:

    1. Select a port for the NI-RIO server to use. The default port is 11296.
    2. Configure the system firewall to allow TCP connections through the selected
    port.
    3. Edit the nirio.ini file at /etc/natinst/nirio/ to specify both the selected
    port and the users allowed to access the device. The following example
    specifies the default port, 11296, and allows only users at the IP address
    10.0.29.54 to have access to the device:

       [General]
       RpcServerPort=11296
       DeviceAccess="-*;+10.0.29.54"

    4. Execute NiRioRpcServer at /usr/local/natinst/nirio/bin/.

    Note that the DeviceAccess variable is defined by a semicolon-delimited list of
    qualifiers, IP addresses, DNS hostnames, and wildcard patterns. To determine
    whether a remote system has access to NI FlexRIO devices on this system, the RIO
    server looks for an entry in the list that matches the remote system. The "+"
    qualifier allows access, and the "-" qualifier denies access. The RIO server
    uses the last matching entry in the list to determine whether to allow or deny
    access. If no entry matches the remote system, the RIO server denies access.
    For example, if the list is empty, all remote systems are denied access. The
    first argument in the example above explicitly restricts remote access from any
    IP address. The second argument allows access from the IP address 10.0.29.54.
    To allow access from multiple IP addresses, define DeviceAccess as follows:

       DeviceAccess="+10.0.29.54;+10.0.35.42"

    To allow access from any IP address on the network, define Device Access as
    follows:

       DeviceAccess="+*"

    -----------------
    Using RIO Aliases
    -----------------

    In order to create RIO aliases to local or remote NI FlexRIO devices, one must
    edit the nirio.ini file at /etc/natinst/nirio/. Add an [Aliases] section if one
    does not already exist. For each alias, there must be a separate line in the
    [Aliases] section that follows the <alias>="<resource>" format. The following
    example specifies both a local and remote alias:

       [Aliases]
       foo="RIO0"
       bar="rio://mycrio/RIO0"

    Note that aliases must contain only alphanumerics, '-', and '_'.

    -----------------------------
    Uninstalling NI FlexRIO for Linux
    -----------------------------

    To uninstall the driver and its dependencies, run the UNINSTALL script.

    --------------------------------
    Running Linux on PXI Controllers
    --------------------------------

    NI FlexRIO for Linux works with all PXI and PXI Express controllers and chassis.
    However, to use PXI Express features, you must install the PXI Platform
    Services driver 2.6 (not included with this installer), use an x86 version of
    Linux, and use a PXI Express controller and chassis.

    PXI Express features:

    * NI-P2P streaming
    * Slot and chassis identification
    * Trigger bus number identification (for trigger reservation)

    Supported PXI Express controllers:

    * PXIe-8101
    * PXIe-8108

    Supported PXI Express chassis:

    * Any PXI Express chassis except the PXIe-1073

    To install the PXI Platform Services driver, go to ni.com/info and enter the
    Info Code linuxpxidriver. For installation and configuration notes specific to
    each controller, go to ni.com/info and enter the Info Code linuxpxiembedded.

    ---------
    Licensing
    ---------

    The license agreement for National Instruments software is contained in the
    LICENSE.txt file in the root directory of the NI FlexRIO installer. You can
    find third-party license agreements and legal notices in
    /usr/local/natinst/nirio/doc/thirdpartylicenses.txt.

    ---
    FAQ
    ---

    Q: I am not using one of the distributions listed as supported above. Will
       NI FlexRIO still work?

    A: The distributions above have been tested and verfied by National
       Instruments. Other distributions may work, but you should test extensively
       before deploying a system using such a configuration. For information about
       which Linux distributions National Instruments supports, go to ni.com/info
       and enter the Info Code nilinuxdistro.

    Q: My application used to work, but I updated my kernel and now I'm getting

       "libnipalu.so failed to initialize
        Perhaps you need to run updateNIDrivers
        Aborted"

       Will it no longer work?

    A: The NI FlexRIO and supporting drivers must be built with the kernel sources
       for the kernel that is in use. As root, run "updateNIDrivers" and restart
       to fix the issue.

    Q: I am using a PXI controller and I have installed PXI Platform Services on my
       x86 version of Linux, but when I run "lsni -v" I don't see any PXI-specific
       information. What is wrong?

    A: You must reboot after installing PXI Platform Services to see PXI-specific
       information.

    Q: Does NI FlexRIO support native x86_64 applications?

    A: As of NI-RIO 12.0.0, native x86_64 applications are supported.

    Q: When I run "lsni" I get the error "version 'GLIBCXX_3.4.9' not found."

    A: For information about this issue, go to ni.com/info and enter the Info Code
       GLIBCXXerror.
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