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Hi there

Just installed LabviewEvaluation 17.0f1 64-bit. Want to try Linx to run Labview on Arduino. Downloaded JKI VI Package Manager and now I try to "configure LabVIEW Versions".

I have already followed 

which both didn't helped to solve this Problem.

See my attachments. So what is the solution? How do I connect the VI Manager with my current LabVIEW?

Best regards

Nik

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Hi. I'm having the same issue. I have also tried both the the links. But it doesn't seem to work. 

Please let me know how to connect VIPM to my current Labview

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Not totally sure what the issue is. Have you tried running both VIPM and LabVIEW as the root user?

Also, might be because LabVIEW is running in Evaluation mode.

Linux is a bit tricky, since it's so configurable and quirky...

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I did a fresh install of LabVIEW 2018 (64-bit and 32-bit) and I've been trying to install VIPM and some packages from there. For some weird reason, VIPM does not connect to LabVIEW 64-bit. 32-bit is OK.

 

When VIPM tries to connect to LabVIEW, it opens LabVIEW and then pops an error message (attached).

 

Here are things I did:

- I made sure TCP is enabled on LabVIEW and the port settings match

- I also added localhost to LabVIEW in addition to "*" for the machines to allow access to

- I also opened the ports 3363 (used for 64-bit), and 3364 (used for 32-bit) via Windows firewall

- I tried to swap port numbers between the 32-bit and 64-bit LabVIEW and it doesnt work

 

Anybody have insights?

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