jepler: whats the openssl for?
never mind, its already there
openssl is required by python for some reason
I think its socket module can use ssl or something
that python RPM is now installed on slot 1
slot 2 I mean
all four are compiling now
plod, plod, plod
did you see daveE's last mail?
I wonder if my changes to halmodule.cc broke something?
jmkasunich: I dunno. my first set of checkins for 'comp' were broken, but not in a way that would have made it complain about halmodule
and it certainly compiles now, on at least two systems
but daveE might not be running the latest
Linking python module hal.so
/usr/bin/ld: cannot open output file ../lib/python/hal.so: No such
file or directory
cannot open _output_ file?
so its not a missing file... maybe the dir is missing?
it should be created by checkout
he was missing a -d ?
I'm writing a mail to him, to update -dP and try again
he may need to 'rf -rf lib'
dave's got 5.10
I think the packages are current.
jepler: I assume you meant rm -rf lib?
What does readline do for a developer?
allow him to use halcmd easier from the commandline
it has the tab-completion support
don't want to spam that channel with devel or user talk :)
I've seen more encoders used for feed override.
I know of a few users who already use it with halui
one encoder for feed-override, one for jogging
although that can be set up with the same encoder
selection for X,Y,Z,FO,SO
Is it possible to start halui apart from the HAL section of the INI.
like you start any other secondary GUI..
the hard way :D
bin/halui -ini path/to/ini
Okay. I see that.
And halui looks for certain INI variables?
but it needs to find the nml
in order to talk to emc2
so you probably need to get to the folder where the ini is
and run halui from there
../bin/halui -ini ./halui.ini
../../bin/halui -ini ./halui.ini
yep got it. thanks again.
gotta run. catch you later.