#emc | Logs for 2007-10-10

[01:13:20] <CIA-8> 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/l2h.xsl: remove erroneous text from generated html
[01:16:33] <toast> fff
[01:20:40] <dmes1> ???
[01:20:56] <toast> hai
[01:21:08] <dmes1> ola!
[01:21:32] <toast> today was the first time i took a high feedrate cut
[01:21:35] <toast> on a manual lathe
[01:21:59] <toast> .125" doc by .044"/rev
[01:22:06] <toast> in hot rolled steel
[01:22:23] <toast> the chuch was slipping on the scale
[01:22:26] <dmes1> more doc would have helped..
[01:22:28] <toast> so no deeper
[01:22:38] <toast> yeah, it needed to be a lot faster and a lot deeper
[01:22:44] <toast> neither were available
[01:22:55] <dmes1> then scarf it foo at 750 sfm
[01:22:57] <toast> the lathe's high feed range was <300 rpm
[01:23:07] <dmes1> brb
[01:29:04] <CIA-8> 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/lyxtree.py: recognize the 'formula' TM
[01:29:21] <CIA-8> 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/ (l2h.xsl xref.xsl): balance some output tags in indexes
[01:44:59] <stustev> what going on this evening
[01:46:12] <stustev> what's
[01:57:12] <jepler> it's been pretty quiet
[01:57:28] <SWPadnos> I got the A/D to work!
[01:57:33] <SWPadnos> now comes the DAC
[01:57:44] <jepler> SWPadnos: hooray for progress anyway
[01:57:50] <SWPadnos> (which is why I'm being quiet :) )
[01:58:03] <SWPadnos> yeah, some progress is much more betterer than no progress
[01:58:30] <SWPadnos> I'm pretty happy with the 165 kHz update rate too
[01:59:44] <jepler> I'm about sick of working on the emc2 docs, which is too bad since I'm sure it could use a thorough review on a factual level
[01:59:58] <jepler> as opposed to the glorified layout tweaking i've been doing
[02:00:17] <SWPadnos> at least it's easier to review for content when it's visually appealing to look at ;)
[02:06:05] <stustev> I am jumping back and forth between here and #cam. Both are pretty quiet. I have Apt360 and vapt working on my Ubuntu box at work. It looks very good for 2D work. I will learn more over the next few days.
[02:06:39] <SWPadnos> if you could convince the SolidWorks folks to make a free Linux version, I'd appreciate it
[02:06:41] <SWPadnos> :)
[02:08:23] <stustev> I have been configuring EMC for my G & L boring mill. We have been wiring it today.
[02:08:41] <SWPadnos> cool
[02:08:54] <SWPadnos> hey - do you have a supplier for sealed metal cable armor?
[02:09:13] <stustev> I tried to get NCCS to give me a program call MAI/MAO.
[02:09:15] <SWPadnos> similar to armor cable you can get at Home Depot, but sealed and ideally stainless
[02:09:21] <stustev> sealtite?
[02:09:55] <SWPadnos> hmmm. lemme check. isn't that the liquid-tight conduit stuff?
[02:10:02] <stustev> yes
[02:10:30] <stustev> Is that what you are looking for?
[02:10:38] <SWPadnos> I don't think so
[02:10:46] <SWPadnos> I'm thinking for servo cable sheaths
[02:10:54] <SWPadnos> those are generally not meant fro lots of flexing
[02:10:57] <SWPadnos> for
[02:11:24] <stustev> I will ask tomorrow. I have seen some around.
[02:11:59] <SWPadnos> a friend has a mill that used to be an SWI ProtoTrak, and it had some stainless servo cables. I'm not sure they were sealed though
[02:12:59] <stustev> MAI/MAO uses a G code program as input and ouputs a converted G code program suitable for another machine. I received NO response. I guess they didn't want to give it away. It could be written in perl pretty easy.
[02:13:18] <SWPadnos> does it only change "dialects" of G-code?
[02:13:29] <SWPadnos> or does it re-do the geometry also
[02:15:20] <stustev> It will change the G02/G03 formats. It will change from tab sequential to text and back. It will use any G code input and output a G code program for any control. It must be configured. It has a lot of preconfigured control formats.
[02:15:52] <stustev> That is the only program I have asked a vendor to release.
[02:16:12] <SWPadnos> batting 0 so far, huh? :/
[02:16:23] <stustev> 0
[02:16:57] <stustev> that's ok - you miss every target you don't shoot at
[02:17:11] <SWPadnos> heh
[02:17:17] <SWPadnos> at least they don't get hit, that's for sure :)
[02:23:54] <jepler> in emc1 there were some "process gcode into other gcode" programs: http://cvs.linuxcnc.org/cvs/emc/src/ncutils/
[02:23:57] <jepler> I never used them
[02:25:17] <jepler> the first one I look at seems quite primitive and misguided, so maybe on the whole they're not worth much
[02:26:00] <jepler> (primitive meaning that they don't really parse gcode, and misguided because the comment explains that this program adds F-words because the guy's Z axis was loosing [sic] steps)
[02:29:55] <Ziegler> I have thrown the f-word around after loosing steps
[02:31:03] <the_bal> is these "Section mismatch" messages anything to worry about? http://pastebin.ca/731479
[02:31:17] <the_bal> Is there reason to believe the kernel will not boot?
[02:31:30] <the_bal> Vanilla
[02:32:15] <Jymmm> jepler: I've been meaning to ask you, whats up with your website and meat?
[02:33:54] <jepler> Jymmm: An emergent property may be defined as 'Any new property or function that arises out of interactions among the parts of a system.'. Since people are meat, anything that people do (such as create a blog on the internet) is an emergent property of meat
[02:34:14] <Jymmm> jepler: Ah, ok. lol
[02:34:22] <the_bal> Sorry, wrong channel, oups
[02:34:49] <SWPadnos> the nerve! :)
[02:35:01] <Ziegler> I do something like that at least twice a week
[02:38:44] <stustev> I looked at the utils. I didn't see anything like MAI/MAO. Does anyone see a use for that type of program? If so, I will work on it.
[02:40:19] <SWPadnos> something that can take Haas or Fanuc or ... code and make it more EMC2-ish would be a great thing
[02:42:17] <stustev> Sounds good. Since I have all three I have the perfect environment to work on it.
[02:43:36] <Ziegler> what is mai / mao (I tried to google and different languages came up)
[02:46:15] <stustev> MAI/MAO is a program written be NCCS. NCCS writes and sells a programming system called NCL. MAI/MAO converts G code programs from one format to another format. This allows you to use the G code program on machines with very different controls without needing to post the programs for each machine.
[02:47:00] <stustev> MAI/MAO is an acronym for MAchineInput/MAchineOutput
[02:47:54] <Ziegler> oh
[02:47:56] <Ziegler> interesting
[02:48:38] <Ziegler> So... is there a database or something with post processors built in that helps with the conversion?
[02:51:17] <stustev> NCCS has quite a few controllers preconfigured. They sell this program. I asked them to release it to the public. They didn't answer me. They haven't sold much of it for a few years. I thought maybe they would release it. NO answer. If someone wrote a converter they would have to configure or allow for configuration.
[02:52:45] <Ziegler> thanks for the info stustev
[03:03:17] <stustev> good night also
[03:19:42] <fenn> sounds like a good use for xml
[03:38:26] <user_> user_ is now known as SkinnyPuppy1334
[05:26:01] <ds2> * ds2 pushes the channel's E-stop
[05:31:54] <ds2> S999999999999999 M3
[05:44:22] <tomp> jepler: re people&meat: in the 60's 2 Brits were very popular in the states doing comedy songs on stage. One of the greats was 'The Reluctant Cannibal' http://www.members.optusnet.com.au/pennywyatt/Interests/FlandersSwann/DropOfaHat/At%20the%20Drop%20of%20a%20Hat09.html
[07:54:05] <fenn> dokuwiki is so nice
[07:54:24] <fenn> every time i have to do something "hard" with it, it ends up being really easy
[12:10:58] <pierp> hi all
[12:11:09] <alex_joni> hi
[12:11:16] <pierp> hi alex
[12:11:30] <pierp> I was wondering if someone
[12:11:36] <alex_joni> not me
[12:11:40] <alex_joni> :-P
[12:11:41] <pierp> could give me some hint
[12:11:46] <alex_joni> about?
[12:11:53] <pierp> this http://www.pastebin.ca/731787
[12:12:14] <pierp> an email I recieved about a tool I wrote sometime ago
[12:12:37] <alex_joni> yeah..
[12:12:45] <alex_joni> so.. what about the hint?
[12:12:55] <pierp> would that be possible
[12:12:59] <alex_joni> sure
[12:13:11] <pierp> to add some sort of menu voice
[12:13:16] <alex_joni> you just need to "printf" instead of fprintf to a file
[12:13:20] <alex_joni> menu voice?
[12:13:23] <pierp> for instance to axis
[12:13:27] <pierp> sorry
[12:13:29] <pierp> label
[12:13:32] <alex_joni> you don't need to care about that
[12:13:37] <alex_joni> you just printf the output
[12:13:48] <alex_joni> dxf2G foo.dfx
[12:13:57] <alex_joni> that should start printing G01...
[12:14:00] <Dallur> how about adding it as an "open dxf file" feature to the axis gui ?
[12:14:06] <alex_joni> Dallur: different topic
[12:14:12] <pierp> Dallur: yep I meant that
[12:14:34] <pierp> I think the guy who wrote meant that
[12:14:42] <alex_joni> pierp: that's easy
[12:15:00] <alex_joni> you simply define a filter in the ini file
[12:15:19] <pierp> ini file of axis?
[12:15:23] <alex_joni> then when in AXIS you load a .dxf file, AXIS runs the filter
[12:15:28] <alex_joni> pierp: of emc2
[12:15:30] <alex_joni> bbl
[12:15:34] <pierp> ok
[12:15:37] <pierp> thanx
[12:15:47] <pierp> I'll have a try
[12:20:40] <Guest787> Guest787 is now known as skunkworks_
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[12:38:08] <alex_joni> pierp: back
[12:38:52] <alex_joni> so, the idea is that you can define filters
[12:39:06] <alex_joni> when you load a file with the specified extension
[12:42:49] <pierp> ok
[12:43:02] <pierp> i'll switch to rt kernel and try
[12:43:18] <pierp> thanks alex
[12:50:29] <skunkworks> morning alex
[12:50:52] <skunkworks> playing with my core2 duo 2ghz
[12:51:09] <skunkworks> seems zippy :)
[12:51:53] <alex_joni> E?
[12:52:09] <alex_joni> or T series?
[12:52:21] <skunkworks> E4400 ?
[12:52:22] <alex_joni> * alex_joni has a E6600 and a T7200
[12:52:47] <skunkworks> I have not kept up..
[12:52:49] <alex_joni> although they are close to a year old soon
[12:53:15] <skunkworks> it is a bargan dell - thier new vostro series
[12:53:42] <skunkworks> I just maxed it out with 2 cd drives and 2 hard drives ;)
[12:54:40] <alex_joni> 2 cd drives?
[12:54:44] <alex_joni> eww
[12:55:01] <skunkworks> well it came with a dvd rom - I added a dual layer dvd writer..
[12:55:15] <skunkworks> it only has 4 sata connectors.
[12:56:03] <skunkworks> brb
[13:04:31] <CIA-8> 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/ (l2h.xsl xref.xsl): Escape all non-ascii characters in output
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[17:09:43] <CIA-8> 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/src/ (configure configure.in): check for convert at configure time if building html documentation
[18:20:48] <pier> alex_joni: did you mean ./scripts/emc.in
[18:29:06] <SWPadnos> pier, no. the filter definitions go in the ini file, not the run script
[18:33:04] <pier> Hi SWPadnos, could you please provide the path to the .ini file with the filters?
[18:33:15] <pier> the name I mean
[18:33:23] <SWPadnos> it would be whichever ini file you load when you run EMC2
[18:33:37] <SWPadnos> something like ~/emc2/configs/stepper/stepper_inch.ini (?)
[18:33:52] <pier> ah... ok
[18:34:13] <pier> thank you SWPadnos
[18:34:18] <SWPadnos> you're welcome
[18:36:12] <alex_joni> pier: I am sure that guy that wrote to you can easily make it work
[18:36:31] <alex_joni> the only thing your program needs to output to the stdout, not only to a file
[18:36:46] <pier> alex_joni: :) as a matter of fact I'd like to make it work too
[18:37:02] <pier> ok
[18:37:12] <pier> that's simple to do
[18:37:36] <alex_joni> pier: that's all you need to do
[18:37:54] <SWPadnos> or add a -f - option to print to stdout instead of a file (something like halcmd does to get commands from terminal vs. file)
[18:38:11] <alex_joni> if (argc == 1) output=stdout
[18:38:19] <SWPadnos> that works to ;)
[18:38:29] <SWPadnos> o
[18:38:29] <pier> in the meantime I am having a look at the ini file in order to work out
[18:38:42] <pier> where the filter part is
[18:39:19] <alex_joni> you need to enter:
[18:39:24] <alex_joni> [FILTER]
[18:39:41] <alex_joni> PROGRAM_EXTENSION = .dxf DXF File
[18:39:41] <pier> ok alex_joni
[18:39:47] <alex_joni> dxf = dxf2g
[18:39:59] <pier> suppose I'll have to better read the manual
[18:40:08] <alex_joni> put those 3 lines in the ini file you use with emc2/AXIS
[18:40:14] <pier> ok
[18:40:18] <pier> thanks a lot
[18:40:47] <alex_joni> http://www.linuxcnc.org/docview/devel/html//gui_axis.html#r1_11_1
[18:40:48] <SWPadnos> as long as dxf2g is on the path - else you'll need the full path to it (which may be a better idea anyway)
[18:41:29] <pier> ok alex_joni and SWPadnos thanks
[19:01:13] <mgouget> Hello!
[19:01:43] <CIA-8> 03alex_joni 07TRUNK * 10emc2/debian/changelog: 2.2.0~alpha0 is a better name, as it allows automatic updates to 2.2.0
[19:54:29] <pier> alex_joni: how does user pass parameters to the filter program?
[19:55:04] <alex_joni> hmm.. I don't think you can
[19:55:15] <alex_joni> unless you use env
[19:56:07] <pier> in the manual it is said that an interpreter can be used
[19:56:29] <pier> a pyton one is the example
[19:56:30] <cradek> I think just the file is passed on the command line
[19:57:34] <pier> the python example in the manual produce a circle
[19:58:06] <pier> which is passed to axis as G-code
[19:58:32] <cradek> yes the filters generate gcode
[19:59:30] <pier> ok. so as I have already a tk simple window that accets parameters and then runs the program filter
[20:00:57] <alex_joni> pier: so when a user opens a dxf file from AXIS, your program gets run with the file as the parameter
[20:01:09] <alex_joni> you then display a window for further parameters the user can adjust
[20:01:16] <pier> yes
[20:01:26] <alex_joni> and when he clicks a button, your program generates the gcode to stdout and exits
[20:01:31] <pier> pressing the ok button
[20:01:33] <pier> :)
[20:01:34] <pier> yes
[20:01:42] <pier> ok
[20:02:05] <pier> I'll have a go with it
[20:02:08] <pier> thanks
[20:02:11] <alex_joni> ok
[20:02:30] <pier> I'll add the lines
[20:03:19] <pier> PROGRAM_EXTENSION = .tcl tcl Script
[20:03:19] <pier> tcl = wish
[20:24:44] <Jymmmm> Gawd I love vector graphics =)
[20:25:51] <Jymmmm> Just made a bunch of bats out of black foam & my hot wire foam cutter
[20:31:47] <alex_joni> pics?
[20:49:27] <]-[ZoT]-[> hi room
[20:49:34] <]-[ZoT]-[> i need an help with emc
[20:49:41] <]-[ZoT]-[> who is a good guru that can help me? :-)
[20:50:35] <skunkworks> ask
[20:54:32] <]-[ZoT]-[> is possible to add a pwm output for speed regulation of the spindle?
[20:54:32] <]-[ZoT]-[> :-)
[20:54:42] <]-[ZoT]-[> i didn't found any guide about that
[20:56:08] <cradek> yes you can hook the spindle speed output hal pin to whatever you want, including a pwm generator
[20:56:17] <cradek> have you read the HAL tutorial yet?
[20:57:52] <]-[ZoT]-[> where i can found it?
[20:58:07] <]-[ZoT]-[> i'm sorry i'm searching from a week and i didn't found anything about pwm out
[20:59:28] <]-[ZoT]-[> i want to make a litle circuit for add pwm control to my spindle
[20:59:37] <]-[ZoT]-[> i don't have a professional spindle with pwm in
[20:59:48] <Paragon37> Hello All : Getting the following message when trying to start pluto_inch : [16706.838801] Failed to communicate with pluto-servo board after programming firmware.
[21:00:02] <cradek> http://www.linuxcnc.org/docs/devel/html/man/man9/pwmgen.9.html
[21:00:15] <cradek> Paragon37: parport in EPP mode in the system BIOS?
[21:00:27] <cradek> I have to run... bbl
[21:00:38] <Paragon37> Good point Cradek ... It needs to be right?
[21:01:23] <]-[ZoT]-[> ty so much cradek
[21:02:08] <]-[ZoT]-[> just an information.... if i press the EStop button... pwn goes directly to 0%?
[21:02:34] <]-[ZoT]-[> just for be sure that the spindle goes off
[21:02:45] <]-[ZoT]-[> or maybe i need some additional electronic for do it?
[21:05:56] <]-[ZoT]-[> mmmm nobody know? :(
[21:07:05] <skunkworks> when you hit the estop in the current version of emc2 - the spindle will stop. But technically - the estop should be external circut that kills the power to the spindle and applies a brake if available.
[21:07:48] <skunkworks> depends on how 'safe' you are comfortable with..
[21:08:16] <SWPadnos> The PWM generator component has an enable input which can be driven from an input pin, but that isn't considered a safe method of shutting down. The safe way is to have a relay that physically turns off spindle power when the E-stop button is pressed
[21:08:40] <]-[ZoT]-[> ty so much
[21:08:47] <]-[ZoT]-[> i still have one pin on my estop free
[21:08:56] <]-[ZoT]-[> i will use that for a relay or for cut the pwm line
[21:09:08] <]-[ZoT]-[> so the circuit will go to 0% without the pwm signal :)
[21:09:22] <SWPadnos> the circuit won't care if there's a PWM signal ;)
[21:09:32] <]-[ZoT]-[> ?? why?
[21:09:36] <]-[ZoT]-[> with a triac and a diac
[21:09:39] <]-[ZoT]-[> if i cut the pwm signal
[21:09:42] <]-[ZoT]-[> the output is 0
[21:09:50] <SWPadnos> when it's e-stopped, and there's no spindle power, the PWM doesn't really matter
[21:10:09] <]-[ZoT]-[> SWPadnos if i cut the pwm signal line with the estopper
[21:10:14] <]-[ZoT]-[> the spindle can't spin anymore
[21:10:31] <skunkworks> assuming something isn't something wrong with whatever power drive runs the spindle....
[21:10:35] <SWPadnos> it can, depending on the spindle motor drive
[21:10:40] <SWPadnos> right
[21:10:47] <]-[ZoT]-[> mmm doh
[21:10:51] <]-[ZoT]-[> :D that right
[21:10:53] <]-[ZoT]-[> mmmmm
[21:10:58] <]-[ZoT]-[> ok i have to put this big red button
[21:11:02] <]-[ZoT]-[> with the power line
[21:11:03] <]-[ZoT]-[> ;)
[21:11:08] <SWPadnos> this si why we remove power for e-stop, and it's done in hardware, like relays
[21:11:11] <]-[ZoT]-[> total power off of everything
[21:11:26] <]-[ZoT]-[> yea i will buy another nc contact to add
[21:11:28] <SWPadnos> not necessarily everything - you need to think about what you want to remain powered
[21:11:30] <]-[ZoT]-[> and a 220V relay
[21:11:41] <]-[ZoT]-[> just the computer have to stay powered
[21:11:51] <]-[ZoT]-[> emergency is emergency
[21:11:55] <SWPadnos> exactly
[21:12:10] <]-[ZoT]-[> so i'm not worryed if i totally destroy a worl
[21:12:11] <SWPadnos> emergency is "my arm is stuck in the machine, stop immediately"
[21:12:11] <]-[ZoT]-[> work
[21:12:14] <]-[ZoT]-[> yea
[21:12:19] <]-[ZoT]-[> i'm worryed about SAVE A FINGER
[21:12:20] <]-[ZoT]-[> :D
[21:12:25] <SWPadnos> heh
[21:12:41] <]-[ZoT]-[> let the CNC destry my work but save my F.... finger
[21:12:42] <]-[ZoT]-[> lol
[21:13:08] <]-[ZoT]-[> other then that.... just a last question....
[21:13:22] <]-[ZoT]-[> where i can setup a switch for sense the tool height?
[21:13:56] <]-[ZoT]-[> i searched that also but i just found a Gcode that i don't understand how to use
[21:14:09] <]-[ZoT]-[> this function is not integrated in EMC2 or with some kind of plugin?
[21:15:08] <jepler> using hal, you hook the tool sense switch up as motion.probe-input. the .ngc file you found uses a G38.2 probing move to determine where the tip of the tool is, and sets a tool length based on that
[21:15:43] <jepler> it also only works with the development ("pre-2.2.0") version of emc
[21:16:11] <jepler> not in 2.1.7 and earlier
[21:16:15] <jepler> bbl
[21:17:23] <]-[ZoT]-[> cool
[21:17:26] <]-[ZoT]-[> i will install that pre
[21:17:57] <]-[ZoT]-[> is also avaiable as a downloadable option with the packet gestion tool?
[21:19:28] <skunkworks> http://wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/emcinfo.pl
[21:19:44] <skunkworks> http://wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/emcinfo.pl?Installing_EMC2#On_Ubuntu_5_10_and_6_06_from_source
[21:30:34] <Ziegler> can anyone tell me what is wrong with this:
[21:30:36] <Ziegler> #16 = #1+COS[#10]*#15
[21:30:56] <Ziegler> I get "bad character used"
[21:31:00] <SWPadnos> not enough square brackets
[21:31:23] <Ziegler> arround cos also?
[21:31:40] <SWPadnos> try #16 = [#1+COS[#10]*#15]
[21:31:55] <SWPadnos> the entire equation has to be inside brackets
[21:31:58] <Ziegler> ohhhhhhhhhhhh
[21:32:27] <SWPadnos> otherwise the + gets interpreted by the G-code interp, which doesn't like + (or *) signs
[21:32:56] <SWPadnos> and moving the C axis to OS doesn't work so well either ;)
[21:34:28] <Ziegler> cool... I think my thread milling subroutine is in working order
[21:34:35] <Ziegler> I have a couple bells and whistles to add to it
[21:34:44] <Ziegler> anyone interested to see it?
[21:36:14] <SWPadnos> I'm sure someone is. not me at the moment (busy, plus I havenmy machine
[21:36:25] <SWPadnos> I'm sure someone is. not me at the moment (busy, plus I haven't retorfitted my machine yet)
[21:36:30] <SWPadnos> retro - you know
[21:37:19] <Ziegler> http://pastebin.ca/732330
[21:37:44] <Ziegler> bah.. paste bin screwed up my tabs
[21:38:17] <Ziegler> Right now its just internal thread
[21:38:28] <Ziegler> and radial infeed only
[21:40:48] <SWPadnos> it adds complexity, but it may be good to add some checks (between line 20 and 21) to see if #19 has gone below the depth stop
[21:41:09] <alex_joni> good night all
[21:41:10] <SWPadnos> and also to make the last thread possibly be a partial circle, if #19 is <#4
[21:41:15] <SWPadnos> see you Alex
[21:42:17] <SWPadnos> err - if #19 is < [#4-#5]
[21:42:33] <Ziegler> got ya
[21:43:06] <]-[ZoT]-[> SWPadnos do you know the command for update EMC2 if i have the file in a usb pen driev?
[21:43:09] <]-[ZoT]-[> drive?
[21:43:21] <SWPadnos> not really. I'm internet connected 24/7 ;)
[21:43:21] <]-[ZoT]-[> i tried using the normal packet manager but he told me that i already have EMC2
[21:43:30] <]-[ZoT]-[> me too
[21:43:34] <]-[ZoT]-[> but not in the laboratory
[21:43:45] <Ziegler> so you have the package on the usb?
[21:43:45] <SWPadnos> I think it's something like sudo dpkg -i <the name of the file>
[21:43:53] <]-[ZoT]-[> yes i have
[21:44:09] <]-[ZoT]-[> but maybe i can also take the computer and put in a room with internet connection
[21:45:05] <Ziegler> you can do it... just looking at my old nots
[21:45:07] <Ziegler> notes
[21:45:24] <]-[ZoT]-[> ty Ziegler
[21:45:31] <]-[ZoT]-[> I WANT TO SEE THAT EMC 2.2.0
[21:45:34] <]-[ZoT]-[> :D
[21:45:39] <]-[ZoT]-[> lol sorry for the cap
[21:45:57] <]-[ZoT]-[> it must be so cool to have a tool height sense that goes directly in the software
[21:46:19] <skinnypuppy34> I haven't been on much recently, is there a release date?
[21:46:49] <]-[ZoT]-[> someone know where i can find some cool plugin for emc2? :)
[21:46:52] <SWPadnos> yes: "Real Soon Now, if not later"
[21:49:46] <Ziegler> ooh... sorrt ]-[ZoT]-[
[21:49:49] <Ziegler> sorry*
[21:50:03] <Ziegler> I did something similar with apt-cdrom
[21:50:10] <Ziegler> when installing a bunch of packages from CD
[21:50:34] <Ziegler> dont think thats what you are looking for
[21:50:56] <Ziegler> SWPadnos: was a but closer with dpkg -i
[22:12:01] <jepler> ]-[ZoT]-[: dpkg -i whatever.deb
[22:12:16] <jepler> oh wait someone already said that
[22:12:26] <jepler> * jepler curses his irc client for not being scrolled to the bottom
[22:12:45] <Ziegler> hehe
[22:16:09] <]-[ZoT]-[> ty so much ppl :)
[22:16:16] <]-[ZoT]-[> i will come back soon and leyou know
[22:16:17] <]-[ZoT]-[> how it worked
[22:16:18] <]-[ZoT]-[> :)
[22:16:45] <]-[ZoT]-[> for who is curious to see my cnc can i tell the website where it is?
[22:19:51] <Ziegler> * Ziegler wonders if EMC can load a file from a url
[22:25:15] <Ziegler> not looking like it
[22:57:53] <toast_> superfriends unite
[23:15:09] <stustev> good evening
[23:34:39] <ds2> * ds2 pushes the channel's E-stop