comedi and rtai 3.1

Roberto Bucher roberto.bucher at supsi.ch
Tue Oct 5 21:12:52 CEST 2004


Sorry, my fault!

The module rtai_comedi_lxrt doesn't exist. It has been subsituted by 
"rtai_comedi.o" (kernel 2.4.xx) and "rtai_comedi.ko" (kernel 2.6.xx)!

Sorry

Roberto

On Tuesday 05 October 2004 17:46, you wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm surprised that it works for you and apparently also for other people.
> I have kernel 2.4.26, use RTAI-3.1, and tried comedi and comedilib
> with adeos support from cvs in order to get comedi_lxrt to work.
> Everything compiled well, I have the comedi drivers for my card and all
> the modules you mentioned. The problem is: the module rtai_comedi_lxrt
> does not load. Modprobe (and also 'depmod -a') complain about unresolved
> symbols.
>
> I know, I should check this in more detail, e.g. the origin of the
> unresolved symbols, etc. However, for the present I gave it up when it
> became clear that my DAQ application will not need LXRT. And I am now busy
> writing a GUI frontend for my comedi application, which must be ready for
> use within a few days. Maybe, I'll try to clarify the comedi_lxrt issue
> later.
>
> best regards
> Wolfgang
>
> On Mon, 4 Oct 2004, Roberto Bucher wrote:
> > I'm working for 1 year with 3.1 CVS-> 3.1 and comedi under kernel 2.4 and
> > 2.6 using the RTAI-Lab tool and the different blocks under
> > Matlab/Simulink/RTW and under Scilab/Scicos/RTAICodeGen without problems.
> >
> > First of all you need the comedi CVS with support Adeos!
> > As second step check which modules you loaded:
> >
> > You need:
> > 1) comedi drivers
> >
> > 2) rtai_hal, rtai_lxrt, rtai_fifos, rtai_sem, rtai_mbx, rtai_msg,
> > (rtai_netrpc),
> >
> > AND:
> >
> > 3) rtai_shm, rtai_comedi_lxrt, kcomedilib
> >
> > Roberto
> >
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