here's some of the debug stuff toward the end. http://www.pastebin.ca/1856195
turning on all debug messages for lyx puts out tons of junk, so it's hard to find what is really the problem
it may be an issue with different versions of lyx
If I had a spare computer I'd give it a whirl to see what I could come up with
I'll mess with it some more and see if I can find anything. I may still be missing some packages I need.
it may be a font that is not in 10.04 that was in older versions
ok, dinner time her
SWPadnos: is there an easy way to get about 5A of clean regulated 12v power in a car?
exactly 12V I guess?
yeah, I need it pretty well regulated
I found the problem with docs not building, I needed texlive-fonts-recommended.
it has recommended right in the name! no wonder.
still can't get emc to run. I rebuilt rtai using the standard ./configure and make and it's no better.
what's it do?
gives these kind of errors: http://www.pastebin.ca/1856101
[00:44:09] <cradek> http://groups.google.com/group/comedi_list/browse_thread/thread/6ffa4abe0ba558db/b508eb984a2e6478?#b508eb984a2e6478
in summary: try without CONFIG_MODVERSIONS
ok. I mentioned that to alex_joni and he said that was no longer neccesary.
I only know what google tells me - I don't know anything about it
me neither, but that looks like it could do it.
cradek, no, not really (12V/5A auto supply)
there are regulators you could get that would do it - either linear with a big heatsink or switching without (but more components)
then there's the NBPSU100CH, from here: http://www.powerstream.com/ADC-p006.htm
and probably others that are less expensive
planning to run a computer?
yeah, I have a "pico psu" but it needs regulated 12v.
they make a car-capable one, but that's unfortunately not the one I have.
there are WI models, that take a Wide Input voltage
up to 25 or 36 volts
maybe I'll plug a wall wart into an inverter for now, and maybe replace it with one of those if everything else works out.
you'd be better off getting one that's WI than getting a separate DC-DC converter, or doing anything silly like an inverter and an AC supply
I have a lot of driving to do in a few days - either I get it working with what I have, or I'll just have to do it later.
not life and death.
ah. in that case an inverter and AC supply are the best bet
you could even use a standard ATX supply, unless you need the small size
what's the computer - you may not need 5A
yeah I should measure it. I bet it's pretty low power. CF, no disk.
the Atom330 with 3GB and a 32GB SSD was 26W under load
that was at the wall, powered from an AC power supply
wow, that's low.
I don't remember if that test was with the gigE switch inside or not
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