On 16/02/2022 14:08, Heinrich M wrote:
> Thank you very much for your quick response.
> It would probably be a miracle, if such a driver will be release soon/ever?
It would be a miracle. There hasn't been much support for additional NI
devices for about 15 years apart from simple changes to support PCIe,
PXI and PXIe variants of existing PCI cards.
Perhaps you could get the NI DAQmx drivers working, but Debian is not
officially supported, and the library API will be rather different to
> Ian Abbott schrieb am Mittwoch, 16. Februar 2022 um 14:59:14 UTC+1:
> Hello Heinrich,
> On 16/02/2022 13:26, Heinrich M wrote:
> > Hello everybody
> > We recently acquired three new PC for using our old but gold NI
> > cards. Two of them will run on Windows with LabVIEW, so no problems
> > there. However one was meant to work under Debian 11.2 with an in
> > comedi based feedback program. So far this program was used in a
> > slightly older PC with a PCI-6031E and works just fine.
> > Now with the PCI-6120 i can not access the device. The error message
> > "/dev/comedi0: No such file or directory" pops up. When looking for
> > solutions it first seemed like the card just needs to be configured
> > manually. I was in the middle of the process as explained at
> > relacs.sourceforge.net/doc/api/comedi/index.html
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