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USB-231 and Linux support?



Dear experts,

A company project relies on USB-1608FS-PLUS, unfortunately unavailable for several months due to chips shortage. We moved to USB-231, offering satisfactory specifications.
Tests and legacy programs can run under Windows thanks to mcculw, but things bet more complicated with Linux.
On all boards and computer running Linux, with a fresh install of uldaq 1.2.1, nothing but «No DAQ is detected» is ever produced, even though the device is detected with lsusb.
Is there a solution to have the USB-231 running on uldaq? This is a serious issue for further developments using MC DAQ.



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Hello @SPL

Unfortunately, the USB-230 series is not supported on the Linux OS.

Here is a link to the list of Linux  supported devices:  https://www.mccdaq.com/PDFs/Manuals/Linux-hw.pdf

Perhaps the USB-1608G or USB-1608GX would be a good fit? https://www.mccdaq.com/usb-data-acquisition/USB-1608G-Series.aspx

The USB-1608G series is supported on Linux.

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