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Shutdown NI Linux Real-Time Devices via Software

Updated Dec 21, 2018

Reported In

Operating System

  • NI Linux Real-Time

Other

  • NI Linux Real-Time targets

Issue Details

How can I shutdown NI Linux Real-Time devices via software commands?

Solution

There are several ways to shut down your device.
  • You can use the Call Library Function node to call into a standard installed library glibc on your Linux Real-Time device. The version of this library may change in different LabVIEW releases so be sure to point to the libc-x.xx.so that is on your device.  An example VI of how to structure your shutdown VI is attached and will look like:
The command 4321FEDC is to shutdown the device.
/sbin/shutdown -P -h now

More information about the options used in this command can be found here.

 

Additional Information

Because of the flash-based hardware on NI Linux Real-Time devices, it is highly recommended to shutdown the device before loss of battery power. You can refer to Under the Hood of NI Linux Real-Time  for more information on how to access the Linux Real-Time command line via LabVIEW.

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