2/1/2002 - Until today, getting a LabView application running under Linux to talk directly to data-acquisition hardware was complicated at best and sometimes impossible. Indeed, National Instruments has no Linux drivers whatsoever for its data-acq hardware; and while open-source drivers are available, you still face the problem of getting them running and then finding a LabView VI to interface to them. Now, thanks to PowerDAQ LabView for Linux -- a set of free, fully supported drivers that interface with PowerDAQ I/O hardware for both the PCI bus and PXI bus -- users can quickly create LabView programs under Linux with full confidence that their applications run optimally and reliably. In addition, for the first time anyone can modify existing Windows-based LabView programs and run them under Linux in just a few moments.
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