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Install NI Software for Your CompactRIO System www.ni.com/tutorial/54234/en/
A CompactRIO System consists of three main components: CompactRIO Controller (Real-Time Processor) CompactRIO Chassis (FPGA) C Series Modules (Inputs and Outputs) Installing NI sof...

Linux Shared Memory and DCAF Example www.ni.com/tutorial/53773/en/
This example will demonstrate how C/C++ and LabVIEW applications, running in parallel on NI Linux RT hardware, can share data using Linux shared memory. The example LabVIEW Real-Ti...

Changing FTP Server Password for Real-Time Controllers www.ni.com/tutorial/53520/en/
This tutorial outlines how to password protect a Real-Time (RT) controller from unwanted FTP Clients by changing the FTP Server Password on the Real-Time Operating System.

Choosing a Software Architecture for Programming NI Linux Real-Time Systems www.ni.com/tutorial/52579/en/
The first step in designing your NI Linux Real-Time system is to choose an application software architecture. This is the top-level program that will communicate to I/O, run analys...

Integrating C Code with LabVIEW on NI Linux Real-Time Targets www.ni.com/tutorial/14690/en/
This document discusses how to use the Call Library Function Node to call into a shared library from LabVIEW on a target running the NI Linux Real-Time distribution. It also explai...

Acquire and Analyze Signals With LabVIEW Real-Time www.ni.com/tutorial/52027/en/
Learn how to deterministically acquire data and analyze it with ready-to-run libraries built into LabVIEW. Follow the tutorial below or open and walk through the attached sample so...

Monitor and Log Data With LabVIEW Real-Time www.ni.com/tutorial/52028/en/
Build on the tutorial Acquire and Analyze Signals With LabVIEW Real-Time , to learn how to locally log data to disk on real-time targets, a necessary task for many stand-alone appl...

Communication Between the FPGA, Real-Time Processor, and Distributed Systems www.ni.com/tutorial/52030/en/
Now run an entire system, composed of code running on the FPGA, real-time processor, and the host computer. Connectivity to the host computer can scale to other hardware devices or...

Software Upgrade Best Practices www.ni.com/tutorial/52136/en/
Reconfigurable I/O (RIO) systems (NI Single-Board RIO, NI CompactRIO, and so on) are used for several years in embedded applications. It is necessary to maintain these systems to e...

Working with File Paths on Real-Time Targets www.ni.com/tutorial/14669/en/
This tutorial briefly discusses the differences in file structure between Phar Lap, VxWorks and Linux Real-Time and details recommended programming practices for file access to cre...