Is there a way to write a Linux application to control our Logic Analyzer?

Question:

Is there a way to write a Linux application to control our Logic Analyzer?

Answer:

The easiest way to programmatically control a logic analyzer in a Linux/UNIX environment is with a script such as ActivePerl (a variety of Perl that has COM capabilities). If you wish to build a Linux application and have all the features of TPI.NET the only current option is through the Mono Framework http://www.mono-project.com/Main_Page. While we do not officially support using the Mono Framework, it has been demonstrated to work with the logic analyzer. An example can be provided by contacting Tektronix Technical Support Center for Logic Analyzers. 

 

This FAQ Applies to:

Product Series: TLA7000, TLA7000, TLA7000

Product: TLA714, TLA721, TLA601, TLA602, TLA603, TLA604, TLA611, TLA612, TLA613, TLA614, TLA621, TLA622, TLA623, TLA624, TLA7Q4, TLA7AB4, TLA7N1, TLA7N2, TLA7N3, TLA7N4, TLA7P2, TLA7P4, TLA7Q2, TLA7AA1, TLA7AA2, TLA7AA3, TLA7AA4, TLA7AB2, TLA7L1, TLA7L2, TLA7L3, TLA7L4, TLA7M1, TLA7M2, TLA7M3, TLA7M4, TLA5201, TLA5202, TLA5203, TLA5204, TLA7NA1, TLA7NA2, TLA7NA3, TLA7NA4, TLA7012, TLA7016

FAQ ID : 55896

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