On Monday 07 January 2013 19:01:22 Gene Heskett did opine:
Message additions Copyright Monday 07 January 2013 by Gene Heskett
> On Monday 07 January 2013 10:29:59 Yorik van Havre did opine:
> Message additions Copyright Monday 07 January 2013 by Gene Heskett
> > Hi,
> > No, these 2 modules would just add extra functionality (plot module &
> > collada file format support) but there is no visible influence
> > otherwise. The fact that you don't have tabs is puzzling, i never
> > heard of such a problem before... Can you check if other qt-based
> > apps that have tabs do work correctly?
> This is a 10.04.4 LTS install, from the LinuxCNC web site. Only enough
> kde installed to run kmail here and konversation on the atom based
> working machines.
> > The kazehakaze web browser, for example.
> I'm not sure I can even pronounce that correctly, and it doesn't seem to
> be available according to the synaptic package manager.
> > Or maybe attach a screenshot of your freecad window here...
> At what stage, first run, after opening the 'getting started' clicky or
> after closing the getting started tab?
> (if that is what the right hand end of the tab gfx button is, it doesn't
> really look all that much like a close button)
> Cheers, Gene
Update: Yorik PM'd me, saying that it probably was not a good idea to try
and run it on an Atom powered machine with a realtime kernel. Too
dependant on OpenGL.
I hadn't actually tried to do anything with it on one of the Atom powered
boxes because both of those are standup to operate machines, with the one
driving the best monitor, a 22" SamSung HDTV being limited because that tv
is on top of a 66" tall tool cabinet, causing a strained neck after a
But, I ran it anyway, and it worked! I now have the base element of an
auto zeroing gage I am building for the lathe, drawn to its measured size
and saved. I would have gone farther, but it was nose bag and warm my
diabetic feet time.
I've brought the gage parts and a metric caliper in, and will see if I can
duplicate it here from a comfy chair. More later.
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