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Revision 3 . . June 20, 2009 8:48 am by JeffEpler
Revision 2 . . November 1, 2005 6:50 pm by Fenn [link to cvs]
  

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Changed: 1,19c1
SuSE? is a RPM-based system, so it doesn't differ very much from a RedHat? distribution.



At least one user (alex_joni) uses SuSE? 8.2 with emc and Emc2.



In order to install you need to download a kernel source from http://www.kernel.org (stick with a 2.4 for now),
the main reason for this is that SuSE?'s kernel package contains a lot of patches, and patching it further with a RT-system will cause errors.

After getting the kernel source follow the RtaiInstall, then get the latest sources from SourceForge using CVS. (GettingEmc)



From there it's pretty simple:


::compile RCSLIB

::make PLAT=linux_rtai all

::make PLAT=rtai all



::compile EMC

::make PLAT=linux_rtai all

::make PLAT=rtai all





then enjoy running emc.


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