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After starting VIPM 2019, I get an error when checking for updates: " there was an error accessing the following repositories:" LabVIEW Tools Network and VI Package Network. I have been using VIPM 2019 ever since it came out and have not seen this issue until now. I have checked for update and I am running the latest. I have checked with my IT guy and there is no web filtering that would be causing it not to get through.
Hi! I wanted to know where can I ask a question about my problem with VI Package Manager so I get a fast reply? I am sorry if this is an off-topic, but I really urgently need to solve my problem and it just seems that people do not have the same problem as me. But the issue still must be solvable, right? I hope maybe you have an experience of where to turn to in a similar situation. Please let me know, I would be really grateful! I tried to post on LabVIEW forum, but I could not find help there either. This forum just seemed as the right fit, but I am supersized that it is not that
Hi! I have an issue with not being able to run the LINX example for my Arduino MEGA in LabVIEW. I am using LabVIEW 2019 (32-bit), 2019 JKI VI Package Manage, Diligent LINX (version 184.108.40.206) on Windows 7 (64-bit). So the issue here is that I am not able to run the program and when I click on the broken arrow, it says I have no errors (photo 1). It seems that the error is with the Loop Frequency as I show in the second photo below. I was following this link and tried to force a recompile - did not work. I ran the mass compile and there are indeed a problem with the Loop Frequency (photo 3
Hello, I recently installed LabVIEW 2019 and tried to install Packages via the VIPM. The configuration of the VI Server is as follows: When I click on "Verify" I get the following Error: I have also added exception rules to the windows firewall. I am running Windows 10 Enterprise Version 1709 Build 16299.1451 Anyone have some hints?